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Kendal

A great all-weather attraction featuring 2 maize mazes onsite. Quiz trails will keep you all entertained as you negotiate your way through the gigantic maize maze.

 

National Trust

Penrith

At the heart of the Eden Valley, with spectacular views to the Lake District, Acorn Bank is a tranquil haven with a walled garden and an outstanding medicinal and culinary herb collection. The restored watermill works most weekends.

 

VistEngland VAQAS

Bowness-on-Windermere

In May 2009 we opened our first outdoor section of the attraction, The Peter Rabbit Garden. This has proved tremendously popular with visitors who have delighted in the beauty and attention to detail in the design.

 

Windermere

The Lakeland Horticultural Society exists to promote the art, science and practice of horticulture, with particular reference to conditions in the Lake District.

 

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Ulverston

Idyllically situated in gardens and woodland on the shores of Morecambe Bay. From the Bay there are scenic views across to Chapel Island, Morecambe and Lancaster, with the Lakeland hills and Yorkshire Dales in the distance.

 

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Ravenglass

Plants from all over the world, especially the Sino-Himalayan region, nestle in the wild splendour of over 70 acres of gardens with the dramatic backdrop of the glorious Lakeland fells. Many rare and unusual trees and plants flourish here.

 

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Kendal

A Grade I Listed garden dating from 1694, through a combination of circumstance and love the gardens at Levens Hall have survived in their original design. The topiary is some of the oldest in the world and justifiably famous.

 

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Cockermouth

Meet some of the Wordsworth household and find out what life was like for the maid, the man servant and the clerk. Hear about the Cumbrian market town of the 1770s. Enjoy the signs and sounds of a working 18thC kitchen.

 

Coniston

Brantwood has unique and beautiful mountainside gardens, set in a 250 acre wood estate with spectacular views.

 

VistEngland VAQAS

Keswick

One lush green forest and a healthy dollop of breathtaking scenery; a smattering of tree-top high wires, tricky crossings and wind-in-your-face zip wires. Whinlatter is the highest Go Ape course in the country, at 360 metres above sea level

 

Cumbria Tourism Awards WinnerHistoric Houses Association Friends Scheme

Keswick

A family-run historic house with strong literacy connections in a fantastic setting. Live piano music and children's quiz in house. Four woodland playgrounds, lakeside and poetry walks in the grounds. Excellent tearoom specialising in Cumbr

 

National Trust

Sawrey

Beatrix Potter's lovely, traditional cottage garden is a haphazard mix of flowers, herbs, fruit and vegetables. You'll recognise the rhubarb patch where Jemima Puddle-Duck laid her egg, and the garden where Tom Kitten & his sisters played.

 

Grasmere

Stroll around the delightful 'fellside' garden, where Wordsworth and his sister planted flowers, grew vegetables, and wrote their famous works. They called it their, 'little domestic slip of mountain'.

 

National Trust

Kendal

Sizergh is surrounded by rich gardens and a 647-hectare (1,600-acre) estate with limestone pastures, orchards and semi-natural woodland, inhabited by a rich and diverse wildlife.

 

Newby Bridge

Eighteen acres of Lakeside park with picnic site.

 
 

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