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Muncaster Castle Admission Ticket

Muncaster Castle Admission Ticket - Ravenglass, United Kingdom

Duration: 2 to 3 hours
Location: Ravenglass, United Kingdom

From USD
$18.79

The Castle sits majestically in over 70 acres of wild, woodland gardens famous for collections of rhododendrons and azaleas set against the stunning backdrop of the Lakeland fells including Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain. The Hawk & Owl Centre is well worth a visit with daily displays at 2pm and watch the wild herons come in to feed at 4pm ... More info ›

The Castle sits majestically in over 70 acres of wild, woodland gardens famous for collections of rhododendrons and azaleas set against the stunning backdrop of the Lakeland fells including Scafell Pike, England's highest mountain. The Hawk & Owl Centre is well worth a visit with daily displays at 2pm and watch the wild herons come in to feed at 4pm. The indoor MeadowVole Maze is an entertaining ecological attraction to entertain the young at heart. Playground, cafe, gift shops and an ancient church are all within the gardens. Regular events programme, including festivals, outdoor theatre, historical re-enactors and Halloween Week.- Please see our website for details on special events

This ticket includes entry to the Castle

Visit: Muncaster Castle, Ravenglass CA18 1RQ England

The historic and reputedly haunted Castle dating from the medieval age has been home to the Pennington family for over 800 years. It is a treasury of beautiful art and antiques, collected through the ages by the family who still live there.

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Muncaster Gardens and Hawk & Owl ticket

Muncaster Gardens and Hawk & Owl ticket  - Ravenglass, United Kingdom

Duration: 3 to 4 hours
Location: Ravenglass, United Kingdom

From USD
$15.03

Set in the grounds of Muncaster Castle - this tickets gives you access to the gardens and hawk and owl centre

Visit: Muncaster Castle, Ravenglass CA18 1RQ England

This ticket allows access to the beautful gardens of Muncaster Castle, and the Hawk and Owl Centre.

Set in the grounds of Muncaster Castle - this tickets gives you access to the gardens and hawk and owl centre

Visit: Muncaster Castle, Ravenglass CA18 1RQ England

This ticket allows access to the beautful gardens of Muncaster Castle, and the Hawk and Owl Centre.

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Lakes Supertours operate sightseeing Tours of the Lake District by minibus.

Lakes Supertours operate sightseeing Tours of the Lake District by minibus.  - Windermere, United Kingdom

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Windermere, United Kingdom

From USD
$52.62

We offer tours with small groups up to 16 people. Friendly, knowledgeable drivers who have lived in the Lake District for many years ... More info ›

We offer tours with small groups up to 16 people. Friendly, knowledgeable drivers who have lived in the Lake District for many years. During the tours we make frequent stops to allow for short strolls and plenty of time for photos for the keen photographer and if needed comfort stops. If a full day tour is too long for some and starts too early or comes back too late for train connections then we can run a half day tour in the morning or afternoon if seats are available. We can cater for people with luggage who want to go straight to the train/bus station and not back to their hotel or pick-up place or if changing hotels. If people wish to change the tour itinerary then we can cater for this if they are the only party on the tour or/and if other travellers agree.

Private tours available if booked well in advance.

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Stop At: Hill Top, Beatrix Potter's House, Near Sawrey, Hawkshead, Ambleside LA22 0LF England

Tour B (a full day tour) Explore the house & gardens where children's write Beatrix Potter lived.(30 min stop) Continue on the rest of the tour to Wordsworth's Grammar school and Dove Cottage and other areas of natural beauty in the Lake District including Tarn Hows, Honister Pass and Valley, Newlands Pass and Valley, Castle Rigg Stone Circle( the No.2 stone circle in England after Stonehenge), the tour also includes a complimentary cruise on Derwent Water.


Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Muncaster Castle, Ravenglass CA18 1RQ England

Tour F Explore the gardens of this famous old castle and see the owls on display in the castle grounds which is one of the best centres in Europe for Birds of Prey. On the tour also enjoy the two steepest mountain passes in England and a ride on a miniature steam train through the Eskdale Valley. Visit too the 1900 year old Roman fort at Hardknott; nestled in some of the most spectacular scenery the Lake District has to offer before travelling on to Wast Water the deepest lake with mountains & scree soaring up to 2000 feet.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

Stop At: Kirkstone Mountain Pass, England

This is Tour A in our brochure and starts off in the Troutbeck Valley as we make our way up over Kirkstone Pass, the highest road in the Lake District. We ride along the shores of Brothers Water through the villages of Patterdale and Glenridding stopping at Ullswater for photos and a short stroll along the beach.

We then make our way up to Ashness Bridge and Surprise View in the Borrowdale Valley considered, by many, as the most beautiful view in all England. We stop for lunch in the market town of Keswick and proceed in the afternoon with a cruise on Derwent Water. We continue through the Borrowdale Valley with rivers , mountains and grazing sheep. Up over Honister Pass and down into Honister Valley where we get off the minibus to take photos of the amazing cliffs and mountains. We move on past Buttermere and take in views of the lake and Cummock Water. Over Newlands Pass takes us up to Moss Force Waterfall then on through to Castle Rigg Stone Circle. After this we move on through to Grasmere, the Gingerbread Shop Wordsworth's family graves and where he lived at Dove Cottage.

This is the last stop of the tour and we travel along Rydal Water, through Ambleside and with views of Windermere back to your drop off point.

Duration: 20 minutes

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Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth Twelve Lakes Tour

Beatrix Potter and William Wordsworth Twelve Lakes Tour - Windermere, United Kingdom

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Windermere, United Kingdom

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$52.62

A delightful tour, with detailed commentary to the many places associated with Beatrix Potter’s life and characters. We stop at Castle Rigg Stone Circle, a testimony to mans presence in the area 4500 years ago ... More info ›

A delightful tour, with detailed commentary to the many places associated with Beatrix Potter’s life and characters. We stop at Castle Rigg Stone Circle, a testimony to mans presence in the area 4500 years ago. Older but smaller than Stonehenge this is the second most visited Stone Circle in the UK and in much more beautiful surroundings and some say the highlight of the tour. From here we make our way back along the shores of Thirlmere, a fresh water reservoir which is the fifth largest lake in the Lake District. We stop briefly at Dove Cottage the once home of poet William Wordsworth for a photo stop and if time a look in the gift shop if open. On completion we ride along the shores of Rydal Water through the market town of Ambleside and the famous Little Bridge House, arriving back in Windermere at around 1745. For those catching a train we will drop them at the train station and everyone else back at their hotel /B & B. All this completes one of the finest tours in England.

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Stop At: Hill Top, Beatrix Potter's House, Near Sawrey, Hawkshead, Ambleside LA22 0LF England

A delightful tour, with detailed commentary to the many places associated with Beatrix Potter’s life and characters. Who has not heard of Peter Rabbit, Jemima Puddle Duck, Jeremy Fisher, Tom Kitten and Samuel Whiskers and other characters brought to life by Beatrix Potter? This is a comprehensive tour of the houses, farms, villages, valleys, lakes and mountains linked to her stories. Also visiting Wordsworth’s earlier home at Dove Cottage. After lunch in Grasmere you are taken up to Keswick where you can experience a wonderful boat cruise on one of Lakeland’s most beautiful lakes Derwentwater; after which you continue on your tour through some of the most dramatic mountainous regions of volcanic origins from millions of years ago. We travel through the Borrowdale Valley up and over Honister Pass with views from the top down into the breathtaking Honister Valley below. For those wishing to take the opportunity there is a toilet/comfort stop in the Borrowdale Valley. We stop in Honister Valley to take in the scenic views and to take photos on the banks of the River Derwent. We proceed through the valley until we come upon one of the more unspoiled and remote lakes on the tour – Buttermere. Truly one of the loveliest spots on the entire tour. Slowly we make our way along the shore line overlooking the lake below and with views of the forest and waterfalls on the opposite side. We manage to view, in part, another of the remote and unspoiled lakes Crummock Water before negotiating the narrow uphill road through Newlands Pass to Moss Force Waterfall at the top where once again we leave our minibus to take photos of the waterfall and surrounding views of the mountains and Valleys. Next stop is Castle Rigg Stone Circle, a testimony to mans presence in the area 4500 years ago. Older but smaller than Stonehenge this is the second most visited Stone Circle in the UK and in much more beautiful surroundings and some say the highlight of the tour. From here we make our way back along the shores of Thirlmere, a fresh water reservoir which is the fifth largest lake in the Lake District. We stop briefly at Dove Cottage the once home of poet William Wordsworth for a photo stop and if time a look in the gift shop if open. On completion we ride along the shores of Rydal Water through the market town of Ambleside and the famous Little Bridge House, arriving back in Windermere at around 1745. For those catching a train we will drop them at the train station and everyone else back at their hotel /B & B. All this completes one of the finest tours in England.


Duration: 40 minutes

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Rocky Mountain High Spectacular

Rocky Mountain High Spectacular - Windermere, United Kingdom

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Windermere, United Kingdom

From USD
$55.13

A Day to visit the wilder, more remote but most beautiful scenery; to learn about it’s stone walls, about sheep, of how the Lake District was formed; of Roman, Saxon, Viking and Norman occupations; to visit a Roman Fort , a wonderful castle and many other attractions.

In the footsteps of Roman legions and travellers over the centuries, our day begins on the traditional route through the Langdale Valleys and climbing the wild terrain of Wrynose Pass. This breathtaking mountain road takes us west beside the cascading crystal clear waters of the Duddon River before the thrilling ascent of Hardknott Pass – England’s steepest road ... More info ›

A Day to visit the wilder, more remote but most beautiful scenery; to learn about it’s stone walls, about sheep, of how the Lake District was formed; of Roman, Saxon, Viking and Norman occupations; to visit a Roman Fort , a wonderful castle and many other attractions.

In the footsteps of Roman legions and travellers over the centuries, our day begins on the traditional route through the Langdale Valleys and climbing the wild terrain of Wrynose Pass. This breathtaking mountain road takes us west beside the cascading crystal clear waters of the Duddon River before the thrilling ascent of Hardknott Pass – England’s steepest road.

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Stop At: Wrynose Pass Road England

Fabulous views overlooking tarns(small lakes) and sheep grazing on the fells.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Hardknott Roman Fort, Hardknott Pass, Eskdale CA19 1TH England

A well preserved Roman fort built by Emperor Hadrian 1900 years ago set in wild and unspoiled landscape

Duration: 30 minutes

Stop At: Eskdale Mill Eskdale Mill Lake District National Park The Lake District National Park, Boot, Eskdale CA19 1TG England

Here we have the opportunity of a comfort stop, a coffee and to board the miniature steam train to Irton Rd train station in the Eskdale Valley. A great way to see the countryside and experience the steam and the smell of the engine.

Duration: 45 minutes

Stop At: Muncaster Castle, Ravenglass CA18 1RQ England

After the train ride we travel south along the coast and make our way to historic Muncaster Castle where entrance to the castle grounds is free.This is the jewel in the crown of Western Lakeland. It’s location, above the River Esk affords stunning views of the valley and Sca Fell.Here we stop for lunch and enjoy the fabulous gardens. Indeed John Ruskin decribed the scene as “the gatewayto heaven” The World Owl Trust is here and there is the opportunity to view some of the rarest and most exotic species of owls. Most afternoons on the castle lawns the owls and other birds of prey are displayed in flight and the work of the trust is explained.

We take our lunch here in Creeping Kate's Cafe in the old stable yard.

If you wish to enter the castle itself then you will see furniture of great antiquity and collections of rare porcelain and silver and the loveliest tapestries. Be careful here the tapestry room is haunted and some people say they can sense an “eerie presence” so do not go alone!!!

Our return back to Windermere takes us over Corney Fell with views of the Irish Sea and if clear the Isle of Man. We end our tour with a comfort stop and a stroll along the northern shores of Coniston Water. A Magical end to an enthralling day.

Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

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Coach and Boat to Borrowdale

Coach and Boat to Borrowdale - Windermere, United Kingdom

Duration: 8 hours
Location: Windermere, United Kingdom

From USD
$52.62

Explore the highlights of the Lake District’s impressive mountain passes, valleys, lakes and splendid waterfalls. A ten lakes tour including a cruise on picturesque Derwent Water ... More info ›

Explore the highlights of the Lake District’s impressive mountain passes, valleys, lakes and splendid waterfalls. A ten lakes tour including a cruise on picturesque Derwent Water. No mountain range more dramatically impressive than which lies in the Honister Valley; no lakes fairer than Ullswater, Derwent Water and Buttermere. This comprehensive tour allows plenty of photo opportunities for the keen photographer and short strolls to take in the pure mountain air and the smell of the countryside. All this makes for a memorable

day out.

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Stop At: Kirkstone Mountain Pass, England

We start off by taking the route through the magnificent Kirkstone Pass – the highest road in the lake District – through Troutbeck valley and then along the shores of Brothers Water and Ullswater where we alight from the minibus and take a short walk down to the beach to see the lake before us in all it’s glory.


Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Surprise View, Borrowdale, Keswick England

We continue north to pass through Keswick and into the Borrowdale Valley where we stop at Surprise View voted the most beautiful view in all England – it is almost impossible to take it all in. After we leave here we will stop and explore the river that flows under Ashness Bridge another of the most visited places in the Lake District.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Buttermere Lake, Buttermere, Cockermouth CA13 9XA England

We travel through the Borrowdale Valley up and over Honister Pass with views from the top down into the breathtaking Honister Valley below. For those wishing to take the opportunity there is a toilet/comfort stop in the Borrowdale Valley. We stop in Honister Valley to take in the scenic views and to take photos on the banks of the River Derwent. We proceed through the valley until we come upon one of the least unspoiled and remote lakes on the tour – Buttermere. Truly one of the loveliest spots on the entire tour. Slowly we make our way along the shore line overlooking the lake below and with views of the forest and waterfalls on the opposite side. We manage to view, in part, another of the remote and unspoiled lakes Crummock Water before negotiating the narrow uphill road through Newlands Pass to Moss Force Waterfall at the top where, once again, we leave our minibus to take photos of the waterfall and surrounding views of the mountains and Valleys.

Duration: 2 hours

Stop At: Castlerigg Stone Circle, Castle Lane Underskiddaw, Keswick CA12 4RN England

Next stop is Castle Rigg Stone circle, a testimony to mans presence in the area 4500 years ago. Older but smaller than Stonehenge this is the second most visited Stone Circle in the UK and in much more beautiful surroundings and some say the highlight of the tour.

Duration: 20 minutes

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