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  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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

  • Beautifully positioned in the countryside and with a rich history of the Quaker movement.Set amidst the natural beauty of the Lake District near Ulverston sits Grade II listed Swarthmoor Hall, a beaut

  • Explore the former home of John Ruskin, which boasts stunning views across Coniston Water.A historic Grade II listed house, Brantwood House sits within a large estate of 250 acres overlooking Coniston

  • 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 selection of exhibitions ranging from history and archeaology, wildlife and geology, and fine and decorative arts.One of the largest art galleries in the north of England, Grade I listed Tullie Hous

  • Take in the scenery along one of the most breathtaking rail lines in the UK.Undoubtedly one of the most scenic railway routes in the country, the Settle-Carlisle Line runs for 73 miles through some of

  • Discover the history of pencil making and let children bring out their creative side.Located in Keswick in the heart of the Lake District is the Cumberland Pencil Museum, a fun and interactive day out

  • 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

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