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Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway

Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway is one of the oldest, longest and narrowest gauge railways in England, affectionately known as ‘La’al Ratty’ meaning ‘Little railway’.  The heritage steam engine transports passengers from Ravenglass the only coastal village in the Lake District National Park. The journey itself crosses seven miles of wonderful Cumbrian scenery with sights of …

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Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway

A historic railway dating back to the 1850’s. Take a trip on a steam train (all enclosed for those rainy days) with scenic views traveling past the most southern end of Lake Windermere into Lakeside. You may even wish to break your journey to explore the area and return on a later train to Haverthwaite …

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Lakes Aquarium

A perfect attraction to learn and explore about all different type of animals big and small. With daily talks and feeds throughout the day along with an underwater viewing tunnel. Tips/Hints: Confirm on arrival talks and feeding times as may be subject to change and enquire about combined tickets with other local attractions. Why we …

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Lakeland Motor Museum Limited

Lakeland Motor Museum has an impressive collection of 30,000 exhibits, which includes 140 classic cars and motorbikes covering road transport through the 20th Century, cycles, motorbikes, motor cars and ‘automobilia’. There’s a large indoor exhibition including Campbell Bluebird Displays, Authentic Automobilia and then take a trip down memory lane with recreated scenes of a 1920’s …

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Fell Foot Park

Fell Foot Park is a lovely spot right on the south of Lake Windermere, near Newby Bridge and is owned by the National Trust.  Park up for the day – and if you’ve National Trust Membership your parking will be free!  Here you’ll find room to walk, run, picnic, paddle and play.  There’s a new …

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Grasmere Gingerbread

“Quite simply the best gingerbread in the world” – with a statement like that, we recommend you try this delicious treat. It was invented in 1854 in the little village of Grasmere by Victorian cook Sarah Nelson. Today people from all over the world come to try this unique gingerbread, to the quaint bakery right …

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Via Ferrata

The best Via Ferrata in the UK!  Set in England’s last remaining working slate mine, in the heart of the Lake District between Borrowdale and Buttermere, near to Keswick, this is a day you’ll never forget.  You’ll be up on top of the fells with amazing views all around.   The mine itself produces the world …

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Dove Cottage

  The beautiful Dove cottage in Grasmere, was home to one of our most famous poets: William Wordsworth between 1799 – 1808. Step inside and take an entertaining guided tour, immerse yourself in the atmosphere while hearing about his day to day life and family, then take a stroll in the garden which he created …

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Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway

Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway is one of the oldest, longest and narrowest gauge railways in England, affectionately known as ‘La’al Ratty’ meaning ‘Little railway’.  The heritage steam engine transports passengers from Ravenglass the only coastal village in the Lake District National Park. The journey itself crosses seven miles of wonderful Cumbrian scenery with sights of …

Read More

Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway

A historic railway dating back to the 1850’s. Take a trip on a steam train (all enclosed for those rainy days) with scenic views traveling past the most southern end of Lake Windermere into Lakeside. You may even wish to break your journey to explore the area and return on a later train to Haverthwaite …

Read More

Lakes Aquarium

A perfect attraction to learn and explore about all different type of animals big and small. With daily talks and feeds throughout the day along with an underwater viewing tunnel. Tips/Hints: Confirm on arrival talks and feeding times as may be subject to change and enquire about combined tickets with other local attractions. Why we …

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Ullswater Steamers

Ullswater Steamers offers a fantastic day out whatever the season, steaming along the 8 mile lake, with Helvellyn in the distance, and lots of beautiful walks along the lake shore. The newly opened Ullswater Way.

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Keswick Launch Company

Keswick Launch Company operates from the Boat Landings at Keswick foreshore – jump on board and enjoy a fabulous cruise around this beatiful lake, heading past Cat Bells and down to the Jaws of Borrowdale.

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Lakeland Motor Museum Limited

Lakeland Motor Museum has an impressive collection of 30,000 exhibits, which includes 140 classic cars and motorbikes covering road transport through the 20th Century, cycles, motorbikes, motor cars and ‘automobilia’. There’s a large indoor exhibition including Campbell Bluebird Displays, Authentic Automobilia and then take a trip down memory lane with recreated scenes of a 1920’s …

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Fell Foot Park

Fell Foot Park is a lovely spot right on the south of Lake Windermere, near Newby Bridge and is owned by the National Trust.  Park up for the day – and if you’ve National Trust Membership your parking will be free!  Here you’ll find room to walk, run, picnic, paddle and play.  There’s a new …

Read More

Grasmere Gingerbread

“Quite simply the best gingerbread in the world” – with a statement like that, we recommend you try this delicious treat. It was invented in 1854 in the little village of Grasmere by Victorian cook Sarah Nelson. Today people from all over the world come to try this unique gingerbread, to the quaint bakery right …

Read More

Via Ferrata

The best Via Ferrata in the UK!  Set in England’s last remaining working slate mine, in the heart of the Lake District between Borrowdale and Buttermere, near to Keswick, this is a day you’ll never forget.  You’ll be up on top of the fells with amazing views all around.   The mine itself produces the world …

Read More

Dove Cottage

  The beautiful Dove cottage in Grasmere, was home to one of our most famous poets: William Wordsworth between 1799 – 1808. Step inside and take an entertaining guided tour, immerse yourself in the atmosphere while hearing about his day to day life and family, then take a stroll in the garden which he created …

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