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Ghyll Scrambling
#27 of 27 things to do in Cockermouth
Good equipment, excellent instruction from Andy & Chris, children guided well but also great fun.
What a fun, exhilarating and brilliant morning with Chris, Eva and another lovely family with young children.
Buttermere Buttermere
#1 of 5 things to do in Buttermere
Beautiful walk round lake and lovely water fall the scenery is gorgeous ideal spot for a picnic we always take the grand children they love it there.
It was wonderful day walking around this beautiful lake it just happened the weather was gorgeous we spent 3 hours there as my whole family really enjoyed it!
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Wordsworth House and Garden
#4 of 27 things to do in Cockermouth
Found the house really interesting, as was the tour- the lady doing the tour was very knowledgeable and obviously passionate about the history and story of the Wordsworth family.
Well done NT a marvellous way to teach people about the bye gone times Clothes are laid out on the beds all in period and interesting There were families there with small children all enraptured by the house and i...
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Dubwath Silver Meadows
#8 of 27 things to do in Cockermouth
Love this walk so easy peaceful.Plenty of bird feeders and lots of different birds.We have took the grand children many times.Easy flat walk on even boards, quirky huts just to sit and rest.
It's just a short walk on level walk boards so it is well suited to people with pushchairs and wheelchairs and children love the little huts and willow arbours dotted around the meadows.
Alpacaly Ever After
#11 of 27 things to do in Cockermouth
My 2 children (aged 10 & 12) loved meeting all the animals and we were all surprised at how gentle and friendly the alpacas are.
They really made my day extra special and kept the kids and adults amused, so many great comments about having alpacas at our wedding :)
Clip 'n Climb Maryport Maryport, UK 10.5 km away
#1 of 10 things to do in Maryport
Great place to have fun, helpful friendly staff , a good laugh, very tiring but well worth it, great for family fun
The kids enjoyed every wall and the staff were absolutely amazing taking the time with all the little ones to encourage them and teach them the best ways to climb the walls.
The Lake District Wildlife Park Bassenthwaite 8.7 km away
#3 of 4 things to do in Bassenthwaite
This is such a fun chilled day out the animals are enchanting there's a nice cafe it's a brilliant place for kids they have a small park which my grandchildren enjoyed i would recommend this wildlife park it's the...
I would strongly recommend the park for any families or animal lovers as it has a very friendly and intimate feel, whilst also providing a great home and care for some wonderful animals.
Whinlatter Forest Park Braithwaite 10.7 km away
#2 of 5 things to do in Braithwaite
Our kids had the best day ever here beautiful surroundings lots of activities great walk and a great little cafe at the end with nice helpful staff the children definitely want to return
The play area for kids is different to the normal park equipment and of course in the gorgeous woods surroundings.The trees, birds and views are stunning - just love it.
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Lake District Coast Aquarium Maryport, UK 10.6 km away
#2 of 10 things to do in Maryport
Really welcoming, really informative and the kids loved the small pools where they could get up close and personal with some of the living sticky sea anemones, loves the wave pool too, a really good day.
Brilliant selection of fish and other sea creatures in the displays The most child friendly aquarium I have visited, and wonderful for the child who really needs to get up close and touch as part of the display is...
Bassenthwaite Lake Bassenthwaite 9.9 km away
#1 of 4 things to do in Bassenthwaite
There is a sailing club at the north end whose fleet includes many Mirror dinghies reflecting the number of children that learn to sail here, Mire House is an interesting place to visit.
Would recommend visit, we actually visited here 3 times kids and dog loved it.
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Keswick Railway Path Keswick 10.3 km away
#19 of 49 things to do in Keswick
great area to walk, great for children and dog walkers.