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  • Overlooking Lake Windermere, this mock gothic castle is a great family day out.Sitting on the shore of Lake Windermere in Claife is Wray Castle, a mock gothic style castle that was built in 1840 with

  • Folk museum with exhibitions covering the way Cumbrians have lived and worked in the last 250 years

  • See exciting demonstration and live displays of various species of birds of prey.Set within the walled grounds of Lowther Castle near Penrith is Lakeland Bird of Prey Centre.The centre is home to over

  • A big choice of outdoor adventures and indoor exhibitions for all the family at the National Park Visitor Centre.The National Park Visitor Centre is a great family day out with something for everyone

  • Discover the past of this historic house and family set within landscaped gardens.Set on the north eastern edge of the Lake District is Hutton-in-the-Forest, a beautiful historic Grade I listed house

  • A fantastic family day out at this award winning wildlife park in the heart of the Lake District.Located close to Keswick, the Lake District Wildlife Park is an award winning animal attraction set wit

  • 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

  • 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

  • Built over an historic graving dock, this museum contains a wealth of objects and information on the social and industrial history of the Furness area.

  • Townend is beautifully located on the side of a hill overlooking the Troutbeck Valley close to Windermere and Ambleside. In fact, author Beatrix Potter once described this area as her favourite i

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