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Touring Cumbria

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Windermere Lake by Barbara Ballard Coniston Lake from Brantwood by Barbara Ballard The best known and most visited part of the county of Cumbria is the Lake District National Park. It makes up 885 square miles of the county and is popular with hill and mountain walkers and lovers of scenic views. But there is more to Cumbria than the Lake District with its fells, valleys and high passes.

Aira Force waterfall by Barbara Ballard Duddon Valley by Barbara Ballard The county’s landscape is diverse. With rivers, waterfalls, pastoral countryside, woodlands, and coastal scenery there is much to enchant the eye. Man-made drystone walls march across the dales, while historic market towns and stone and slate villages each have their own character and attractions for the visitor.

Appleby Castle Keep by Barbara Ballard Wordsworth family gravestones by Barbara Ballard Cartmel is a charming south Cumbria village with a priory founded in 1188. Appleby is a market town with an interesting history. Grasmere is famous for its gingerbread and as the burial place of poet William Wordsworth. Little villages and hamlets are tucked away down scenic narrow roads.

Castlerigg Stone Circle by Barbara Ballard Hardknott Roman fort ruins by Barbara Ballard Historic stone circles and burial cairns dot the landscape. A particularly popular circle is Castlerigg, near the town of Keswick. Long Meg and her daughters, near Salkheld, is the third largest prehistoric stone circle in England. The presence of the Romans is shown in their ruined forts and remnants of roads. Hardknott Roman fort sits high up on the pass of the same name. The Senhouse Roman museum in Maryport has the oldest collection of Roman artefacts and the largest from one site in Britain.

Carlisle Cathedral ceiling by Barbara Ballard Furness Abbey east range by Barbara Ballard Norman times are reflected in the many tumbling down castles and historic village churches. The county’s largest and best preserved castle is found in the town of Carlisle. It was built c1130 over many years. There’s a gatehouse, tower, wall walk, domestic rooms, bailey and a museum to visit. The Tuille House Museum in the town tells the fascinating story of the area while the cathedral reflects the importance of religion in the life of the people. Don’t miss a visit to Furness Abbey, just north of Barrow-in-Furness, with its substantial red sandstone remains built in 1123.

Piel Castle doorway by Barbara Ballard Sizergh Castle by Barbara Ballard Muncaster Castle dates from 1208 and is still lived in by the Pennington family. It sits in an 1800 acre estate and is home to the World Owl Trust Centre where more than 48 species of owls are on view. 14th century Piel Castle is a one of a kind experience. To reach it you climb aboard a small boat and are ferried to its own island where there is no electricity. The National Trust Sizergh castle is just the opposite in luxury. The former 14th century pele tower had a great hall and wings added. The garden covers 14 acres.

Campfield Marsh nature reserve by Barbara Ballard Many of Cumbria’s farms provide hand-on experiences with small animals for children to pet, while two aquariums offer peeks at the world beneath the sea. Countryside views of wildlife and plants in their native habitats are found in the many nature reserves.

Acorn Bank Mill by Barbara Ballard Stott Park Bobbin Mill steam engine by Barbara Ballard This is an interesting county to visit if you are a fan of old watermills. Walk through the oak woods to Acorn Bank mill after visiting the herb garden at the site. Take the miniature Ravenglass and Eskdale railway trip to the village of Eskdale where an 18th century corn mill still exists. Heron Corn mill is a traditional working mill from 1750 with a display on paper making and baking. Little Salkheld watermill uses its late 19th century French burr millstones to grind corn and oats. One of the most unusual mills is Stott Park Bobbin Mill, a Victorian bobbin making mill with all its machinery in functioning order. Tours explain how it all worked.

Levens Hall topiary by Barbara Ballard Country houses and gardens are scattered throughout the county and have much to offer. Hutton-in-the-Forest dates from the14th through the 19th century. In the grounds is a woodland with specimen trees, originally part of medieval Inglewood forest. There are hardwoods with oak, beech, and lime dating from the mid-1700s. Mirehouse has an ancient wildflower meadow with 43 species and a collection of rhododendrons and hydrangeas. Dalemain is a combination medieval Tudor and early Georgian house with a cantilevered staircase. Outside there are over a hundred old-fashioned roses and the UK's largest silver fir tree. Levens Hall is famous for its topiary.

Rum Story bottle corker machine by Barbara Ballard There are many museums and galleries for rainy indoor times. Some tell the story of Cumbria’s mining history while others provide an insight into the maritime industry of the past. Car lovers will find a couple of museums devoted to their subject as well. An unusual museum is the Cumberland Pencil Museum at the factory making the famous coloured pencils. Another unique museum is the Rum Story in Whitehaven. Using displays, artefacts, and videos it tells the story of rum production from beginning to end. The museum is housed in the original shop, courtyards, and warehouses where it all took place.

Hilltop House by Barbara Ballard Rydal Mount by Barbara Ballard And, of course, there were the famous residents of the county who left their mark to beckon visitors today: Beatrix Potter, William Wordsworth, and social reformer John Ruskin. Beatrix Potter fans will want to visit her home at Hillside, a gallery with her drawings at Grasmere and another gallery at Armitt with her botanical drawings. Then there’s the World of Beatrix Potter in Bowness-on-Windermere where children can enjoy dioramas of her famous tales. Ruskin devotees can take the historic steam gondola from Coniston across the lake to his home, Brantwood, after visiting the Ruskin museum in Coniston. Wordsworth’s poems bring reminders of much of the lake and mountain scenery. Dove Cottage, near Grasmere, is one of his homes. On the premises is a museum. Two other Wordsworth homes are Rydal Mount near Ambleside and his birthplace at Cockermouth.

One thing for sure—you’ll never run out of things to do and scenery to feast your eyes on in the county of Cumbria. It has so much to offer that we have created a website just for Cumbria. Enjoy it at The Cumbria Directory.

Cumbria Attractions

Duddon Valley scenery by Barbara Ballard South Walney Lighthouse by Graeme Dougal For opening times and full details of attractions see the Attractions section of our website. For photos and more information see the Visitor Attractions section of our other website The Cumbria Directory For more photos and articles on Cumbria’s ruins see our article Rambling Round Cumbrian Ruins

Abbot Hall Art Gallery
Abbot Hall, Kendal
Tel. 0 1539 722 464
Web: Abbot Hall Art Gallery

Acorn Bank Garden and Watermill
Just north of Temple Sowerby; six miles east of Penrith, on the A66
Tel. 0 1768 361 893

Aira Force Waterfall
On the A592/A5091, off western shore of Ullswater, 7 miles south of Penrith
Tel. NA

Alston Watermill
Alston town centre
Tel. NA

Alauna Fort
Tel. NA

Appleby Castle
Appleby-in-Westmoreland, just off the A66 between Penrith and Brough
Tel: 0 1768 351 402
For more on Appleby see our article Appleby

Armitt Gallery Museum and Library
Rydal Road, Ambleside, LA22 9BL, on the A591
Tel. 0 1539 431 212
Web: Armitt

Askerton Castle Estate
5 miles north of Brampton and east of Kirkcambreck, north of Lees Hill, south of Bew Castle on a minor road near B6318
Tel. 0 16977 3332

Banna Roman Fort
9 miles north of Brampton on a minor road off the B6318
Tel. NA

Bardsea Country Park
Bardsea, Ulverston, on the A5087
Tel. NA

Beacon, The
West Strand, Whitehaven
Tel. 0 1946 592 302
Web: The Beacon

Beatrix Potter Gallery
Main Street, Hawkshead
Tel. 0 1539 436 355

Bew Castle
9 miles north of Brampton, on a minor road off the B6318
Tel. NA

Bewcastle Church and Cross
Tel. NA

Binsey Roman Fort
on Binsey fell, by foot off a minor road
north-east of Bassenthwaite Lake and east of the A591 and Bewaldeth village
Tel. NA

Birdoswald Roman Fort
Gilsland, signposted off the A69, 5 miles east of Brampton
Tel. 0 1697 747 602

Birkrigg Stone Circle
By footpath from minor road off the A5087 to the village of Sunbrick
Tel. NA

Blackwell House
On the B5360, 1.5 miles south of Bowness, just off the A5074
Tel. 0 1539 446 191
Web: Blackwell House

Borrans Park
Ambleside, LA22 0EN, off the A591
Tel. NA

On Coniston Lake, reached by road or in summer by the National Trust Steam Gondola
Tel. 0 1539 441 396
Web: Brantwood and Ruskin Museum

Brewery Arts Complex
Highgate in Kendal
Tel. 0 1539 725 133
Web: Brewery Arts Complex

Brough Castle
Brough, just off the A66, south-east of Appleby
Tel. NA

Brougham Castle
1.5 miles south-east of Penrith on minor road off A66
Tel. 0 1768 862 488

Brougham Hall
Brougham, on the B6262, one mile south of Penrith between the A6 and A66
Tel. 0 1768 868 184
Web: Brougham Hall

Carlisle Castle
Tel. 0 1228 591 922

Carlisle Cathedral
City Centre, Carlisle
Tel. 0 1228 535 169
Web: Carlisle Cathedral

Cartmel Priory Church
Cavendish Street, Cartmel
Tel. 0 1539 447 997
For photos and details see our article Cartmel and its Priory Church
Web: Cartmel Priory Church

Casterton Stone Circle
Northeast of the village of Casterton
Tel. NA

Castlegate House Gallery
Castlegate Dr, Cockermouth
Tel/fax. 0 1900 822149
Web: Castlegate House Gallery

Castlerigg Stone Circle
Signposted off the old A66 Keswick-Penrith road
1.5 miles east of Keswick near the A591 junction
Tel. NA

Courtyard Gallery
32 Boroughgate, Appleby-in-Westmorland, CA16 6XG
Tel. 0 1768 351 638
Web: Courtyard Gallery

Cumberland Bird of Prey Centre
Thurstonfield, about 6 miles west of Carlisle
Tel. 0 1228 576 158
Web: Cumberland Bird of Prey Centre

Cumberland Pencil Museum
Southey Works, Greta Bridge, Keswick, on the A591/A66
Tel: 0 1768 773 626
Web: Cumberland Pencil Museum

4 miles southwest of Penrith on the A592 one mile south of the A66
Tel. 0 1768 486 450
Web: Dalemain

Dalton Castle
Dalton, in market place at top of main street
Tel. 0 1524 701 178 (National Trust regional office)

Dock Museum
North Road, Barrow-in-Furness
Tel: 0 1229 876 400
Web: Dock Museum

Dove Cottage and Wordsworth Museum
On the A591 near the village of Grasmere
Tel. 0 1539 435 544
For more on Wordsworth see our article William Wordsworth
Web: Dove Cottage

Drumburgh Castle
Drumburgh, Allerdale, 8 miles west north-west of Carlisle
Tel. NA

Egremont Castle
6 miles south-east of Whitehaven
Tel. NA

Elva Plain Stone Circle
3.5 miles east of Cockermouth
Tel. NA

Eskdale Mill
Boot, on a minor road east of Ravenglass (A595)
Tel. 0 1946 723 335
Web: Eskdale Mill

Farfield Mill
On the A684 Garsdale Road, one mile from Sedbergh
Tel. 0 1539 621 958
Web: Farfield Mill

Fell Foot Park
Halfway between Ambleside and Windermere on the A591 beside Windermere lake
Tel. 0 1539 531 273

Furness Abbey
One mile north of Barrow-in-Furness, on a minor road off the A590
Tel. 0 1229 823 420

Galava Roman Fort
Borrans Field at Waterside, 82 metres west of Waterhead carpark
Tel. NA

Gincase, The
Mawbray Hayrigg, Silloth on Solway, CA7 4LL
Tel. 0 1697 332 020
Web: The Gincase

Gleaston Castle
Gleaston village, on private farm land, three miles east of Barrow-in-Furness
Tel. NA

Gleaston Watermill
Gleaston by Ulverston; follow signs from the A5087
Tel. 0 1229 869 244
Web: Gleaston Watermill

Gondola—Steam Yacht
Coniston Pier, Lake Rd, Coniston
Tel. NA

Graythwaite Hall Gardens
Graythwaite, Ulverston
Tel. 0 1539 313 333

Grey Croft Stone Circle
On private property at Seascale How Farm, north of Seascale
Tel. NA

Grizedale Park Visitor Centre
On a minor road in the Grizedale forest, reached from the B5285 near Hawkshead
Tel. visitor centre: 0 1229 860 010
Web: Grizedale Park

Guildhall Museum
The Green Market, Carlisle
Tel. 0 1228 618 718

Hardknott Roman Fort
9 miles northeast of Ravenglass atwestern end of Hardknott Pass on minor road off the A595 from Ravenglass or A593 from west of Skelwith Bridge
Tel. NA

Hay Bridge Nature Reserve
Low Hay Bridge, Bouth, Ulverston, LA12 8JG
Rusland Valley, between Windermere and Coniston
Tel. 0 1229 861 727
Web: Hay Bridge Nature Reserve

Helena Thompson Museum
Park End Road, on the A66
Eastern outskirts of Workington across from Workington Hall
Tel. 0 1900 64040
Web: Helena Thompson Museum

Heritage First!
Sir John Barrow Cottage
Dragley Beck, Ulverston
Tel. 0 1229 587 120
Web: Heritage First!

Heron Corn Mill and Museum of Papermaking
Mill Lane, just outside the village of Beetham off the A6; signposted by brown tourist signs
Tel. 0 1539 564 271
Web: Heron Corn Mill

Highham Hall College Gardens
Bassenthwaite Lake, Cockermouth
Tel. 0 17687 76276

Hill Top House
Near Sawrey, two miles south of Hawkshead
Tel. 0 1539 436 269
For more on Beatrix Potter see our article Tale of Beatrix Potter and Peter Rabbit

Holehird Gardens
Patterdale Road, Windermere
Tel. 0 15394 46008
Web: Holehird Gardens

Holker Hall and Gardens
Cark-in-Cartmel, five miles west of Grange-over-Sands; on B5277/B5278
Tel. 0 1539 558 328
Web: Holker Hall

Holme Crag Garden
Lindale; narrow road just to right of Lindale Inn;
then right at the crossroads; then .5 mile on the right
Tel. not given

Holme Open Farm
Sedbergh, on the A863
Tel 0 1539 620 654
Web: Holme Open Farm

Honister Slate Mine
Honister Pass, Borrowdale
Tel. 0 1768 777 230 for mine tour reservations
Web: Honister Slate Mine

Penrith, 6 miles north-west on the B5305 near Unthank and Skelton
Tel. 0 17684 84449
Web: Hutton in the Forest

Kendal Castle
Castle Hill, Kendal, off A6
Tel. NA

Kendal Museum
Station Road, Kendal
Tel. 0 1539 815 597
Web: Kendal Museum

Keswick Museum and Art Gallery
Fitz Park, Station Road, Keswick
Tel. 0 17687 73263
Web: Keswick Museum and Art Gallery

King Arthur’s Round Table
Beside the B5230, near the turn off for the A6 at Eamont Bridge
Tel. NA

Kinniside Stone Circle
On road running between Calder Bridge and Ennerdale Bridge

Kirkoswald Castle
Kirkoswald, on the B6413; view from nearby footpath
Tel. NA

Lacra Stone Circles
By foot from A595 Po House turning
Near the village of Kirksanton on Lacra Bank hilltop

Lake District Coast Aquarium
The Quay, Maryport
Tel. 0 1900 817 760
Web: Lake District Coast Aquarium

Lake District National Park Visitor Centre
Brockhole, on the A591
Halfway between Ambleside and Windermere
Tel: 0 1539 446 601

Lake District Wildlife Park
Bassenthwaite Lake, Keswick, CA12 4 RD
Brown tourist signs on A591 and A66 from end of Bassenthwaite Lake
Tel. 0 17687 76239
Web: Lake District Wildlife Park

Lakeland Maze Farm Park
Sedgwick, Kendal, Cumbria LA8 0JH
Tel. 0 15395 61760
Web: Lakeland Maize Farm Park

Lakeland Motor Museum
Old Blue Mill
Backbarrow, Newby Bridge, LA12 8TA
Tel. 0 15395 30400
Web: Lakeland Motor Museum

Lakeland Wildlife Oasis
Hale, Milnthorpe, LA7 7FE, on the A6
Tel. 0 1539 563 027
Web: Lakeland Wildlife Oasis

Lakes Aquarium
Lakeside, on the southern shore of Lake Windermere, off the A590
Tel. 0 1539 530 153
Web: Lakes Aquarium

Lammerside Castle
Near Outhgill (B6249), on a path between Pendragon Castle and Wharton Hall
Tel. NA

Lanercost Priory
Off a minor road south of Lanercost, 2 miles north-east of Brampton
Tel. 0 1697 73030

Laurel and Hardy Museum
4c Upper Brook St, Ulverston
Tel. 0 1229 582 292
Web: Laurel and Hardy Museum

Levens Hall
Five miles south of Kendal off the A590/A6
Tel. 0 1539 560 321
Web: Levens Hall

Little Meg (Maughanby Circle)
Off the A686, on minor road to Glassonby near Little Salkeld
Tel. NA

Little Salkeld Watermill
Little Salkeld, one mile from Langwathby off the A686
Tel. 0 1768 881 523
Web: Little Salkeld Watermill

Long Meg and her Daughters
Langwathby, on minor road ¾ mile north of Little Salkeld, off the A686
Tel. NA

Lowther Castle
4 miles south of Penrith
Tel. 0 1931 712 192
Web: Lowther Castle

Maryport Maritime Museum
1 Senhouse St., Maryport
Tel. 0 1900 813 738

Mayburgh Henge
Beside the B5230, near the turn off for the A6 at Eamont Bridge
Tel. NA

Millom Discovery Centre
Station Bldg, Station Rd, Millom, LA18 5AA
On the A5093, 5 miles southwest of Broughton-in-Furness
Tel. 0 1229 772 555

On the A591, four miles north of Keswick
Tel. 0 1768 772 287; tea-room: 0 1768 774 317
Web: Mirehouse

Moor Divock
Southwest edge of Lakeland fells, near Askham and Helton; local directions needed
Tel. NA

Muncaster Castle
On the A595 near Ravenglass
Tel. 0 1229 717 614
Web: Muncaster Castle

Museum of Lakeland Life
Abbot Hall, Kendal
Tel. 0 1539 722 464
Web: Museum of Lakeland Life

Museum of the Border and King’s Own Royal Border Regiments
Queen Mary’s Tower, Carlisle Castle, Carlisle
Tel. 0 1228 532 774
Web:Museum of the Border

Naworth Castle
Two miles east of Brampton
Tel. 0 1697 73229
Web: Naworth Castle

Nenthead Mines Heritage Centre
Nenthead, Alston, CA9 3PD
on the A689 south-east of Alston
Tel. 0 1434 382 726 or 0 1434 382 037
Web: Nenthead Mining Heritage Centre

Pendragon Castle
Off the B6259, north of Outhgill by Castlethwaite
Tel. NA

Penrith and Eden Museum
Robinson’s School, Middlegate
Penrith, CA11 7PT
Tel. 0 1768 867 466 or 0 1768 212 228

Penrith Castle
In public park opposite the railway station at Penrith, one mile from the M6 Jct. 40
Tel. NA

Piel Castle
On Piel Island, (3 ¼ miles southeast of Barrow); reached by driving from Rampside over the mile-long causeway to Roa Island; on far side of Roa, catch small boat, subject to tides and weather
Tel. 0 7516 453 784 or 0 7798 794 550 for boat times

Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway and Museum
Ravenglass, at the railway station car park
Tel. 0 1229 717 171
Web: Ravenglass Railway

Ravenglass Roman Bath House
¼ mile east of Ravenglass, off minor road leading to A595
Tel. NA

Rheged Discovery Centre
Redhills, Penrith, just off junction 40 of M6
Tel. 0 1768 868 000
Web: Rheged

Rose Castle
Just off the B5299 road near Raughton Head
Tel. NA

Rum Story
Lowther St, Whitehaven
Tel. 0 1946 592 933
For photos and more details see our article Rum Story
Web: The Rum Story

Ruskin Museum
Yewdale Rd, Coniston
Tel. 0 1539 441 164
Web: Ruskin Museum

Rydal Hall Gardens
Rydal, on the A591
Tel. 0 1539 432 050
Web: Rydal Hall

Rydal Mount
On the A591, 1.5 miles north of Ambleside
Tel. 0 1539 433 002
Web: Rydal Mount

Scaleby Castle
Scaleby, 6 miles north-east of Carlisle
Tel. NA

Senhouse Roman Museum
The Battery, Seabrows, Maryport
Tel. 0 1900 816 168
Web: Senhouse Roman Museum

Shap Abbey
On minor road, follow signs from Shap on the A6
Tel. NA

Sizergh Castle & Garden
Off the A590/591, 3 miles south of Kendal at Sizergh
Tel. 0 1539 560 070

Solway Aviation Museum
Aviation Heritage Centre, Carlisle Airport
Crosby-on-Eden, Carlisle, CA6 4NW
Tel. 0 1228 573 823
Web: Solway Aviation Museum

Stagshaw Gardens
.5 mile south of Ambleside, on A591
Tel. 0 1539 446 027

Stott Park Bobbin Mill
On minor road ½ mile north of Finsthwaite near Newby Bridge; southwest side of Lake Windermere; accessible by Windermere ferry from Ambleside to Lakeside, then 1 mile
Tel. 0 1539 531 087
For photos and more details see our article Stott Park Bobbin Mill

St Cuthbert’s Church
Great Salkheld
Tel. NA

Swinside Stone Circle
Off A595 on minor road through Broadgate
Tel. NA

Threlkeld Quarry and Mining Museum
From A66, follow road signs to Threlkeld Quarry, taking the B5322 St John's in the Vale turn off
Tel. 0 1768 779 747
Web: Threlkeld Mining Museum

Troutbeck, south end of village
Tel. 0 1539 432 628

Tuille House Museum
Castle Street, Carlisle
Tel. 0 1228 534 781
Web: Tuille House Museum

Walby Farm Park
Walby, Crosby-on-Eden; follow signs for Brampton A689 from M6 (Junction 44); turn off to Walby; further directions, map on website
Tel. 0 1228 573 056
Web: Walby Farm Park

Wetheral Priory Gatehouse
Wetheral, 6miles east of Carlisle on the B6263
Tel. NA

Whinlatter Forest Visitor Centre
Whinlatter Pass, Braithwaite, Keswick
Tel. 0 1768 778 469
Web: Whinlatter Forest Visitor Centre

William Wordsworth House
Main St, Cockermouth
Tel: 0 1900 824 805
Web: Wordsworth House

Windermere Steamboat Museum
Rayrigg Road, Windermere
Tel. 0 15394 455 65
Web: Windermere Steamboat Museum

Winderwath Garden
Temple Sowerby, Penrith, CA10 2AW
Tel. 0 1768 88250

Wordsworth Museum
On A591 near village of Grasmere behind Dove Cottage
Tel 0 1539 435 544
For photos and more information on Grasmere see our article Grasmere
Web: Dove Cottage

World of Beatrix Potter
Bowness-on-Windermere, LA23 3BX
Tel. 0 1539 488 444
For more on Beatrix Potter see our article Tale of Beatrix Potter and Peter Rabbit
Web: World of Beatrix Potter

Cumbria Tourist Information Centres

Alston Moor TIC
Town Hall, Front St, Alston, CA9 3RF
Tel. 0 1434 382 244

Ambleside TIC
Central Buildings, Market Cross
Ambleside, LA22 9BS

Tel. 0 1539 432 582

Appleby-in-Westmoreland TIC
Moot Hall, Boroughgate
Appleby-in-Westmorland, CA16 6XE
Tel. 0 1768 351 177

Barrow-in-Furness TIC
Forum 28, Duke St
Barrow-in-Furness, LA14 1HU
Tel. 0 1229 876 505

Bowness TIC
Glebe Rd, Bowness-on-Windermere, LA23 3HJ
Tel. 0 1539 442 895

Brampton TIC
Moot Hall, Market Place
Brampton, CA8 1RW
Tel. 0 1697 73433

Broughton-in-Furness TIC
Town Hall, The Square
Broughton-in-Furness, LA20 6JF
Tel. 0 1229 716 115

Carlisle TIC
Old Town Hall
Greenmarket, Carlisle, CA3 8JE
Tel. 0 1228 625 600

Cockermouth TIC
Town Hall, Market St, Cockermouth, CA13 9NP
Tel. 0 1900 822 634

Coniston TIC
Ruskin Ave, Coniston, LA21 8EH
Tel. 0 1539 441 533

Egremont TIC
12 Main St, Egremont, CA22 2DW
Tel. 0 1946 820 693

Victoria Hall, Main St, Grange-over-Sands, LA11 6DP
Tel. 0 1539 534 026

Kendal TIC
Town Hall, Highgate, Kendal, LA9 4DL
Tel. 0 1539 725 758

Keswick TIC
Moot Hall, Market Square
Keswick, CA12 5JR
Tel. 0 1768 772 645

Kirkby Lonsdale TIC
24 Main St, Kirkby Lonsdale, LA6 2AE
Tel. 0 1524 271 437

Kirkby Stephen TIC
Market St, Kirkby Stephen, CA17 4QN
Tel. 0 1768 371 199

Maryport TIC
Maryport Town Hall
Senhouse St, Maryport, CA15 6BH
Tel. 0 1900 812 101

Millom TIC
Station Building, Station Rd
Millom, LA18 5AA
Tel. 0 1229 774 819

Penrith TIC
Middlegate, Penrith, CA11 7PT
Tel. 0 1768 867 466

Rheged TIC
Rheged Centre, Penrith, CA11 0DQ
Tel. 0 1768 860 034

Sedbergh TIC
72 Main St, Sedbergh, LA10 5AD
Tel. 0 1539 620 125

Silloth-on-Solway TIC
Solway Coast Discovery Centre
Liddell St, Silloth-on-Solway, CA7 5DD
Tel. 0 1697 331 944

Ullswater TIC
Main Car Park
Glenridding, Penrith, CA11 0PD
Tel. 0 1768 482 414

Ulverston TIC
Coronation Hall, County Square
Ulverston, LA12 7LZ
Tel. 0 1229 587 120

Whitehaven TIC
Market Hall, Market Place
Whitehaven, CA28 7JG
Tel. 0 1946 598 914

Windermere TIC
Victoria St, Windermere, LA23 1AD
Tel. 0 1539 446 499

Workington TIC
21 Finkle St, Workington, CA14 2BE
Tel. 0 1900 606 699

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