Visitor Centres

Cumbria and its national park, the Lake District has enjoyed travel and tourism in the area for hundreds of years. Due to this, visitors to the region will find no shortage of visitor and information centres, even in the smaller villages. The largest is the Lake District Visitor Centre which is located between Ambleside and Troutbeck Bridge, overlooking Windermere. This centre offers information about the region, extensive gardens, cafes, restaurants and a large children's play area. Complete with dramatic views across the lake, it is the perfect day trip for a family group.

 
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K Village Shopping Centre

Kendal, South Lakes

Retail therapy becomes a unique pleasure at The K Village Outlet in Kendal. Visitors are spoiled for choice with the range of shops and designer outlets, cafes and restaurants. The interesting on...

National Trust

Wasdale Head, Central Lakes

The National Trust are responsible for the preservation and restoration of some of the most stunning areas of the country, not least within the Lake District. Founded in the 1800's the trust has now...

RSPB Haweswater

Penrith, North Lakes

The RSPB reserve based at Haweswater is an important ornithological site, as the home of nesting Golden Eagles. The area is teeming with many species of birds and has an abundance of wildlife,...

Brockhole - The Lake District Visitor Centre

Windermere, Central Lakes

Brockhole is the Lake District National Park Visitor Centre and provides a whole range of information to help you plan and enjoy your visit to the Lakes. Set in gardens overlooking Lake Windermere...

Jennings Brewery

Cockermouth, West Lakes & Coast

Jennings Brewery is a family run real ale producer situated in Cockermouth. Traditionally made real ales are brewed at the on site brewery which offers visitors guided tours and samples of the many...

 
 
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