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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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Take in the views across the North Pennines as the steam and diesel trains wind through the countryside.The highest narrow gauge railway in the North of England, the South Tynedale Railway winds for o

  • Explore this impressive stately home set within stunning landscaped and wooded land.Just south of Kendal in the countryside of Cumbria sits Sizergh Castle, a commanding and vast estate with a rich his

  • Take a tour around this impressive castle and explore its extensive grounds.Overlooking the River Esk, Grade I listed Muncaster Castle dominates the landscape here in the countryside close to the coas

  • An award winning zoo that allows you to get up close to a wide range of animals from across the world.Located close to Dalton-in-Furness in the Lake District is South Lakes Safari Zoo, an award winnin

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

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