Tourist attractions near Sedbergh

July 8, 2020

Tourist attractions near Sedbergh

Farfield Mill Arts & Heritage Centre

Garsdale RoadSedberghCumbriaLA10 5LW

Farfield Mill arts, craft and heritage centre is housed in a restored Victorian Woollen Mill in the Yorkshire Dales – heritage displays, working looms, exhibitions, craft demonstrations art and craft for sale by resident and visiting artists, workshops.

 

The Arts & Crafts House

BlackwellWindermereCumbriaLA23 3JT

The arts & crafts movement was a direct response to the Industrial Revolution and championed the skills and vision of craftsmen and women. When entering Blackwell you are seeing the very details that the Holt family would have seen over 100 years ago; you look out over the lawns and lake to the same magnificent views of the Coniston Fells and experience the tranquil atmosphere that the family would have loved. When entering Blackwell you are seeing the very details that the Holt family would have seen over 100 years ago; you look out over the lawns and lake to the same magnificent views of the Coniston Fells and experience the tranquil atmosphere that the family would have loved.

 

Kendal Museum

BlackwellWindermereCumbriaLA23 3JT

Kendal Museum is a local museum in Kendal, Cumbria, on the edge of the Lake District in northwest England. It was founded in 1796 and includes collections of local archaeology, history, and geology, and a natural history collection from around the globe.

 

Museum Of Lakeland Life

Abbot Hall, KirklandKendalCumbriaLA9 5AL

The Museum of Lakeland Life & Industry is housed in the original Georgian stables of Abbot Hall and has a rich collection of Lake District social history. The museum reveals how people lived in the Lake District over the years and how the unique local landscape shaped their lives.

 

Heron Corn Mill

Heron Corn Mill Mill LaneMilnthorpeLA7 7PQ

The Heron Corn Mill is a working 18th-century watermill on the River Bela at Beetham, Cumbria, England. The mill and its mill race are grade II* listed, and in 2013 it was awarded a £939,000 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund for major restoration work.

 
 

 

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