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Attractions in Grange Over Sands

  • Explore the stunning grounds of Askham Hall - a perfect family day out in the countryside of the Lake District.Set within 12 acres of beautiful lands, the Grade II listed gardens of Askham Hall are a

  • Take a tour around the former home of author Beatrix Potter and relive her famous tales.Step back in time and visit the home of one of the Lake District's most famous residents - author Beatrix Potter

  • Come and visit the largest collection of rare owls in the world at this unique conservation charity.In the beautiful grounds of Muncaster Castle in Cumbria is the World Owl Trust, a global charity tha

  • Combine the nostalgia of the railway with a boat excursion on this unique attraction.Journey through Central Lakeland on this unique train/boat connection which runs from Haverthwaite at the southern

  • A historical house set on a small wooded island on Derwentwater.Just about visible from the mainland, Derwent Island is one of the area's most fascinating attractions and the largest and most northerl

  • This award winning museum sited on the cliffs overlooking the Solway Firth, is home to the largest group of Roman military altar stones and inscriptions from any site in Britain.

  • Explore the birthplace and former childhood home of poet William Wordsworth.A visit to the Lake District wouldn’t be complete without looking round the birthplace and former home of one of its most fa

  • Former home of William Wordsworth, explore his life and discover exhibitons of his work at this cottage and museum.Discover the life of William Wordsworth at Dove Cottage and the Wordsworth Museum loc

  • Perhaps one of the most scenic traditional railways in the country winding through woodland and fells of the Lake District.One of the oldest and longest narrow gauge railways in England, the Ravenglas

  • Explore this historical house, one of the finest in the area, and its award winning gardens.Imposing Holker Hall is a stunning Grade II listed country house and gardens that sits close to the village

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