A lovely coastal walk between Arnside & Silverdale. Lake District National Park - Events and guided walks calendar. Lake District National Park - Discovery Cruise on Lake Windermere. Lake District National Park - Maps. Looking across Ullswater from Gowbarrow Join a guided walk Visiting Show/hide menu Looking at Coniston Boating Centre leaflet Interactive map The blue icons with a white 'i' show the locations of the Lake District Visitor Centre at Brockhole (opens in new window), Coniston Boating Centre (opens in new window) and our Information Centres.
Click the map controls to zoom in, or move the map around. Key Maps available online See maps ranging from individual villages to maps of the whole National Park: Village maps. Visit Arnside, Arnside Cumbria, Stay at Arnside, Fighting Cocks Arnside - Visit Arnside. Plan your journey. Summer garden Sculpture, Kendal, Tuesday 11th of August 2015. Public Transport - Explore South Lakeland. Abbot Hall Art Gallery - Visit Cumbria. Abbot Hall Art Gallery Location : Kendal Grid Ref : SD 517922 Beside the Parish Church is the Abbot Hall Art Gallery, set in an attractive Georgian House in a beautiful setting beside the River Kent, surrounded by a park, and overlooked by the ruins of Kendal Castle.
There is a painting by John Bracken of Lady Anne Clifford here. It is one of Britain’s finest small art galleries and a wonderful place in which to see and enjoy art in the elegantly proportioned rooms of a Grade I listed building. As well as owning a fine collection of British art, Abbot Hall is highly acclaimed for its stimulating exhibition programme. There is a gift shop and coffee shop, and disabled facilities. The Museum of Lakeland Life is housed in what was the stable block of Abbot Hall. Tourist Information. Kendal Kendal Town Hall.
Situated to the South of the Lake District, six miles from junction 36 of the M6 motorway, and only a few miles from the sea, Kendal is especially well placed to cater for everyone’s holiday needs. Virtual-Lancaster.net visitor's guide—Local Attractions. Here's lots of places to go and things to do in the Lancaster + Morecambe area.
Catwalks have been associated with Guided Walks in the Lancaster District and around the North West for many years. Catwalks has built up an excellent reputation for delivering a high quality service. Visit their web site—www.catwalks-lancaster.co.uk—for the latest walks schedule or check our What's On Pages Lancaster in Pictures In 2000 DJ Clark took 1000s of photos around the area and of local activities and festivals too and published them in a lovely book called 'A Little English City'.
Click here to see these wonderful pictures (catalogued by place and event)—taken in co-operation with Lancaster Museum who are archiving the images. J Atkinson & Co, Tea & Coffee Merchants Web Link: www.thecoffeehopper.com; China St, Lancaster LA1 1EX (follow your nose!) Lancaster and Places to Eat in Lancaster, UK - An Historic City with a Modern Twist - LANCASTER GRAND THEATRE - The Lancaster Grand Theatre, is the third oldest provincial theatre in the UK and has been a place of entertainment for over 200 years.
We are committed to serving our Community with the very best in Comedy, Music, Drama, and fantastic international children’s productions, including many curriculum based pieces for the Schools. We are the heart of the City, and in Elkie Brooks words “a jewel in Lancaster’s Crown”. . [map #1] St.Leonardsgate, Lancaster, LA1 1NL t • 01524 845230 - w • www.lancastergrand.co.uk VUE CINEMA - state-of-the-art multiplex cinema [map #2] Church Street, Lancaster, LA1 1LP t • 08712 240 240 - w • www.myvue.com/Lancaster JUDGES LODGINGS MUSEUM - Discover the treasures of Lancaster's oldest town house, a fine 17th century Grade 1 listed building.
Lancaster Arts City. Cheap Lake District & Yorkshire Dales Hostel. YHA School Trips This hostel offers geography and biology packages in association with the Field Studies Council.
It can accommodate school groups of up to 72 people, has a meeting room for activities and the possibility of group catering. Visit the YHA School Trips website to book your school trip. Volunteering. Getting Here. Why not leave the car behind and travel to the area by public transport?
Just sit back and relax and enjoy some of the best views in the country. Home. Arnside and Silverdale. Arnside Knott is covered with limestone grassland and mixed woodland, which attracts a variety of insects and is especially renowned for butterflies.The area is made up of species-rich limestone grassland, woodland, wet meadow, scree and scrub.
There are outstanding views from the summit to the Lake District and Morecambe Bay. Arnside - Visit Cumbria. Arnside Arnside is a modest sized, unspoilt, holiday resort on the estuary where the River Kent enters Morecambe Bay.
This former fishing port has retained many of the features from its past. The beautiful pier and port areas of the town offer stunning views across Morecambe Bay as well as providing an enduring reminder of Arnside’s illustrious history. Arnside Online - An information guide to Arnside, Cumbria, England. Cheap Lake District & Yorkshire Dales Hostel. Barrow-in-Furness to Carlisle Railway Line - Carlisle.
Carlisle is ideally located between Scotland and the Lake District, and both are easily reached by train.
Situated on the path of Hadrian's Wall, Carlisle is a vibrant, cultured city with an ever-changing choice of events and entertainment options for all ages during a stay in the city and its surrounding villages. A richly varied collection of attractions awaits. Carlisle lies at the heart of a wealth of historic and modern attractions. From Roman civitas to Norman stronghold, medieval market town to contemporary city, Carlisle offers a huge choice of attractions to enjoy, including museums, art galleries, national sporting events, outdoor and indoor recreation, heritage tours, award-winning parks, nature reserves and relaxing open spaces. Bootle - Visit Cumbria. Bootle Grid Ref : 107881 Bootle was granted a market charter in 1347, and was said to be the smallest market town in England. The parish Church of St Michael and All Angels (parts of which date back to Norman times) was originally an oblong building which was extended in 1837.
The tower was completed in 1882.