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  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Take a tour around this historic 16th century house and former home of the Wordsworth family.Set in the heart of the Lake District between Ambleside and Grasmere is Rydal Mount and Garden, a historic

  • A celebration of the heritage of the Ruskin area combined with exhibitions relating to coppermines, farming, slate geology and lace.

  • 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 fun family day out exploring over 30 naturally themed habitats bringing the aquatic wildlife of the Lakes to life.Set on the lakeside pier on the southern end of Windermere is the Aquarium of the La

  • 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

  • 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

  • An intruiging historical house full of charm and set within beautiful gardens.A wealth of Tudor and Medieval rooms, buildings and gardens lie behind the Georgian facade of this house set on the northe

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