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Attractions in the Lakeland Fells

Cruise on Lake Windermere

Starting from Waterhead at the north Brockhole, Bowness or Lakeside at the south end of the lake    www.marketsite.co.uk/lakes     Tel: 015394-433-60

Windermere Steamboat Museum      www.steamboat.co.uk        Tel: 015394-455-65

Lakeside Aquarium & Steam Railway

In the village of Lakeside at the south end of Lake Windermere, near Newby Bridge is the end station of the rail link with Haverthwaite. At this location which provides ample parking while on a Lake Cruise or Steam Train Ride is an Freshwater Aquarium of underwater life. Restaurant and Tearoom with Gift Shop.  Tel: 015395-315-94

Lakeside Aquarium & Steam Railway

In the village of Lakeside at the south end of Lake Windermere, near Newby Bridge is the end station of the rail link with Haverthwaite. At this location which provides ample parking while on a Lake Cruise or Steam Train Ride is an Freshwater Aquarium of underwater life. Restaurant and Tearoom with Gift Shop.  Tel: 015395-315-94

Brentwood - John Ruskin's Home

The House on the lake side is open all year to view with Ruskin's paintings and personal effects along with the gardens and Estate available for woodland walks.

The Gondola the Victorian Steam Yacht which cruises the lake calls at Brentwood during the summer, originating from Coniston where their is a New Museum to Ruskin.  A combined entry to all three is available.   Tel: 015394-411-64

Traditional Country Puddings created at Lodge Farm, Dacre and delivered to your door
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Tel/Fax:  +44 (0) 17684 86675

Boot Beer Festival

Three pubs and fifty Real Ales plus a festival beer glass at 5 suitably filled to take home and a chance to vote for the beer of the festival.

Click logo for more info      10th 13th June 2004

One can't visit Cumbria or The Lake district without noticing the prominent Jennings sign above the door of the local Public Houses (Taverns) to recognise the malty, nutty aromour of their fine Beer and Ale's

A visit to Cockermouth cannot be complete without a Tour of the Castle Brewery, founded in 1828 in the nearby village of Lorton the present facilities have been in constant operation since 1874 ( Open All Year) 

Sellafield Visitors Centre

The  Visitors Centre at BNFL's Powers Station at Sellafield is an interesting, Educational and FREE day out, giving the visitor an insight to the Atomic Nuclear World with interactive displays.  ( Open All Year) 

Lakeland Bike Hire

For those coming from afar, who would like to cycle Cumbria can find all the equipment available in Keswick at the Lakeland Pedlar Cycle Centre.   Tel: 017687-757-52

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