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Kendal

Bring your wellies and stroll the free 1.75 mile farm trail through fields and woodland and past the pond, reed bed and vegetable plots. Make sure you're back in time for a big slice of cake and a pot of Lakeland leaf tea in the tea room.

 

Kendal

National award-winning farm shop, tea room and craft gallery in a fabulous 17th century barn on a working family dairy farm in the South Lakes.

 

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Ravenglass

Set in the beautiful gardens of Muncaster Castle, the Hawk & Owl Centre offers exhilarating bird of prey flying displays daily from Easter to Christmas plus the wild heron feed daily year-round.

 

Windermere

Our extensive gardens are a delight whatever time you choose to visit. Take a stroll around the grounds to the lakeshore or enjoy the displays around the house.

 

Barrow-in-Furness

Home to one of the largest gull colonies in Europe, more than 30000 pairs. There are large numbers of breeding Eider ducks, with close views of eggs, nests and chicks from May to July.

 

Kirkby Stephen

Scandal Beck carves its way through Smardale Gill Nature Reserve.

 

Keswick

Catch the launch on Derwentwater for Ashness Bridge or drive down the eastern side of the lake, head up the narrow lane past Ashness Bridge to reach Surprise View. Car park available.

 

Keswick

Commence from the Dob Gill Car Park around a kilometre along the road from Wythburn on the western bank of Thirlmere. Take the footpath that ascends through woodland from the back of the car park.

 

Kendal

The woodland is predominantly oak and birch with ash, rowan and sycamore over stunning carpets of bluebells with bracken and billberry.

 
 

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