The Beatrix Potter Gallery is a gallery run by the National Trust and situated in a 17th-century stone-built house in Hawkshead, Cumbria
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Bow Bridge, narrow 15th-century stone bridge across Mill Beck carried an old packhorse route to nearby Furness Abbey.
Hardknott Roman Fort ruins is square with rounded corners, 114 metres long externally, or 105 metres internally, the rampart wall being about 1.7 metres thick with ditches adding to the Read more [...]
Askham has two pools, the main pool is 20m long with a qualified lifeguard on duty and the second for smaller children. The pools are set within half an acre Read more [...]
Townend is a 17th-century Lake District stone and slate house, former home of a wealthy farming family.
Piel Castle also known as Fouldry Castle, is located on Piel Island, 1 km off the southern tip of the Furness Peninsula, protecting the deep water harbour of Barrow-in-Furness. A Read more [...]
Armitt Museum is an independent museum, library and library, founded by Mary Louisa Armitt in 1909 and devoted to preserving and sharing the cultural heritage of the Lake District.
Furness Abbey is now just the remains of the abbey including much of the east end and west tower of the church, the ornately decorated chapter house and the cloister Read more [...]