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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.

 

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.

 

Barrow-in-Furness

Set in 45 acres, Barrow's award-winning park provides the perfect place to stroll on sunny afternoons. Barrow Park..... always something going on, always something growing on!

 

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

 

Coniston

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

 

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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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Penrith

A beautiful castle ruin fronting 130 acres of ancient garden dating back centuries, in the process of restoration.

 

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.

 

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Ambleside

9 hole mini golf course, putting green, tennis courts, crazy golf, bowling green, infant play area, 18 hole mini golf course.

 

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Penrith

Take a stroll through our beautiful gardens with views of the River Lowther, visit our animals and enjoy something delicious in our Kitchen Garden Café.

 

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.

 

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'.

 

Newby Bridge

Sitting on the southern tip of Windermere with views up the lake to the fells beyond, this family-friendly park is the perfect place for playing, having a picnic or getting out on the water.

 

Lake District Foundation

Ambleside

All the Wordsworth family were keen gardeners and William had strong views about how a garden should look.

 

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.

 

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Ambleside

Wray Castle Grounds offer a great place for a stroll with amazing views of the local fells and access to Windermere Lake shore, all year round.

 
 

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