You are here

Attractions in Www.wordsworth.org.uk

  • 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

  • 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.

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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 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 unique museum in a breath-taking location and home to one the finest collections of religious Roman artefacts in the UK.The Senhouse Roman Museum sits high up on the cliffs overlooking Maryport Harb

  • 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 this family-run historic house and the exciting adventure playgrounds within its gardens.In the heart of the northern Lake District near Keswick is Mirehouse, built during the 17th century, it

Pages

© 2019 Lake District Guide