Interesting places to visit
Acorn Bank Garden
Temple Sowerby, Penrith,
Cumbria Tel: 01768 361893
National Trust garden with
an outstanding walled herb garden and watermill.
Courtyard Gallery Boroughgate,
Cumbria Tel: 01768 351638
300 year old building hosts a large range of paintings,
etchings and ceramics. Work by local and national artists.
The Old School,
Main Street, Lazonby,
Penrith, Cumbria Tel: 01768 870100
Original, locally-made wooden toys.
Shop and viewing area into workshops.
Eden Ostrich World
Cumbria Tel: 01768 881771
An open air site suitable for families with young children.
Meet & feed many animals.
Chicks hatching ( May to October ) Shop & tea room on site.
The Village in the Hill.
Giant Cinema Screen. Art Gallery.
Restaurant and Local Crafts Shops.
Indoor Children's Play Area
Open 10am - 5.30pm.
Tel: 01768 868000
Great Asby, Appleby-in-Westmorland,
Interesting unusual place
in an unspoilt beauty spot, with impressive waterfall,
millwheel and natural wildlife.
Village Farm Gallery
A6, Low Hesket,
Carlisle Tel: 01697 473670
Sculpture for home and garden, plus ceramics,
paintings and quality crafts by local artists. Home made teas.
Wetheriggs Pottery & Pots of Fun
Clifton Dykes, Penrith,
Cumbria Tel: 01768 892733
The UKs only steam pottery & one of the 1st ceramic cafes.
Museum, rare breeds, children's play area,
pottery shop and 'create your own pot' studio.
Nr Temple Sowerby,
Penrith, Cumbria Tel: 0176888250
A garden of interest to plantsmen and families:
rockeries, herbaceous borders and mature trees.
Large collection of alpine and Himalayan plants.
Dalemain Historic House and Gardens
Medieaval, Tudor and early Georgian Home
of the Hasell Family since 1679.
Restaurant, Tearoom, Gift Shop and Plants.
Open March to October 10.30am - 5pm.
Tel: 01768 486450
Historic Brougham Hall
Shops and Crafts
A Doll Museum
At the Cosy Café
Open every day
Tel: 01768 862488
A Picturesque 13th Century Fortress
Situated on the banks of the Eamont River
One and a half miles SE of Penrith.
Tel: 01768 862488
Morland Church, Appleby Church,
Penrith Castle, Brough Castle.
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