Top 10 Kid Friendly Things To Do and Attractions in Uldale

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Top 10 Kid Friendly Things To Do and Attractions in Uldale

National Trust - Wordsworth House and Garden
National Trust - Wordsworth House and Garden
4.5 (468 ratings)4.5 (423 ratings)
Historic former home of Wordsworth, featuring period details, tours & educational programs.
Main St, Cockermouth, CA13 9RX, United Kingdom
Sights & LandmarksArchitectural BuildingsEducational sitesHistoric Sites
Mentioned by Fodor's Choice
Sights in The Lake District
"Cockermouth was the birthplace of William Wordsworth and his sister Dorothy, whose childhood home was this 18th-century town house, carefully…"
Carlisle Castle
Carlisle Castle
4.5 (2793 ratings)4 (1130 ratings)
Imposing 12th-century castle and prison containing a regimental museum and displays of Roman relics.
Castle Way, Carlisle, CA3 8UR, United Kingdom
CastleSights & LandmarksHistorical landmark
Mentioned by carlisle.gov.uk
Arts and Culture
"It has withstood many sieges, contained a valuable royal prisoner, and been home to the King's Own Royal Border Regiment. Discover the castle's turbulent past in the fascinating family-friendly exhibition. Explore medieval castle rooms as well as 19th century military buildings, and visit Cumbria's Museum of Military Life"
Mentioned by Homes by ESH
8 family fun activities to enjoy in Carlisle this August
"Of course, it wouldn’t be a summer in Carlisle without a trip to the city’s iconic castle. The city itself has over 2,000 years of history, from Celts and Romans to invading armies and bloody battles. Carlisle castle was built way back in 1092 by William Rufus, and is now in the hands of English Heritage."
Kat's Kitchen
Kat's Kitchen
4.9 (163 ratings)
Warm vegan cafe with outdoor seating offering homemade cakes, sandwiches, coffee & snacks.
135 Main St, Keswick, CA12 5NJ, United Kingdom
Vegan restaurantBreakfast restaurantCafeCake shopCatererCoffee storeEspresso barIce cream shopVegetarian restaurant
Mentioned by LancsLive
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"Kat's Kitchen is a delightful vegan cafe, serving homemade meals, including English breakfast and sandwiches with a wonderful selection of gluten free cakes on offer. It offers plant milk options too for hot drinks and milkshakes whilst also keeping dairy milk as an option. Offering brunch and lunch all year around, the kitchen offers early dinner during the busier months and introduced afternoon tea in 2020."
Buttermere
Buttermere
4.8 (356 ratings)5 (646 ratings)
Verdant mountain ridges with hiking trails & sweeping vistas ring this expansive, deep water lake.
Cockermouth, UK
LakeNature & ParksBodies of Water
Crummock Water
Crummock Water
4.8 (124 ratings)4.5 (106 ratings)
Mountains encircle this scenic lake, which is a tranquil destination for walks, picnics & views.
Cockermouth, UK
LakeNature & ParksBodies of Water
Dubwath Silver Meadows Nature Reserve
Dubwath Silver Meadows Nature Reserve
4.6 (70 ratings)4.5 (31 ratings)
Cockermouth, CA13 9YL, United Kingdom
Nature preserveNature & ParksNature & Wildlife Areas
Lanthwaite Wood
Lanthwaite Wood
4.8 (35 ratings)5 (10 ratings)
Cockermouth, UK
WoodsNature & ParksForests
Lake District Emporium & Annie's Pantry
Lake District Emporium & Annie's Pantry
4.5 (19 ratings)
Springs Farm, Springs Rd, Keswick CA12 4AN, United Kingdom
Tea houseBreakfast restaurantFarm shopGift shopIce cream shopSandwich shop
Kong Adventure
Kong Adventure
4.6 (355 ratings)
Heads Rd, Keswick, CA12 5EZ, United Kingdom
Rock climbingCafeChildren's amusement centerChildrens cafeRock climbing gym
Mentioned by Burns Farm Caravan & Campsite
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"Suitable for all ages and abilities, the climbing centre has over 40 top ropes, large bouldering area and a new… read more →"
Harris Park Bowling Club
Harris Park Bowling Club
4.4 (46 ratings)4.5 (12 ratings)
1 Parkside Ave, Cockermouth, CA13 0DR, United Kingdom
Lawn bowls clubNature & ParksPlaygroundsGardensParks

Must See Sights and Landmarks in Uldale Area

Ruthwell Church
Ruthwell Church
4.7 (26 ratings)4.5 (20 ratings)
Dumfries, DG1 4NP, United Kingdom
ChurchSights & LandmarksPoints of Interest & LandmarksChurches & Cathedrals
Mentioned by Lonely Planet Top Choices
Top things to do in Scotland
"Seven miles east of Caerlaverock Castle, in tiny Ruthwell, a church holds one of Europe’s most important early Christian monuments. The 6m-high 7th-century Ruthwell Cross is carved top to bottom in New Testament scenes and is inscribed with a poem called ‘The Dream of the Rood’; written in a Saxon runic alphabet, it’s considered one of the earliest examples of English-language literature. Bus 79 running between Dumfries and Annan stops in Ruthwell."
Carlisle Castle
Carlisle Castle
4.5 (2793 ratings)4 (1130 ratings)
Imposing 12th-century castle and prison containing a regimental museum and displays of Roman relics.
Castle Way, Carlisle, CA3 8UR, United Kingdom
CastleSights & LandmarksHistorical landmark
Mentioned by carlisle.gov.uk
Arts and Culture
"It has withstood many sieges, contained a valuable royal prisoner, and been home to the King's Own Royal Border Regiment. Discover the castle's turbulent past in the fascinating family-friendly exhibition. Explore medieval castle rooms as well as 19th century military buildings, and visit Cumbria's Museum of Military Life"
Mentioned by Homes by ESH
8 family fun activities to enjoy in Carlisle this August
"Of course, it wouldn’t be a summer in Carlisle without a trip to the city’s iconic castle. The city itself has over 2,000 years of history, from Celts and Romans to invading armies and bloody battles. Carlisle castle was built way back in 1092 by William Rufus, and is now in the hands of English Heritage."
Walby Farm Park
Walby Farm Park
4.5 (650 ratings)4.5 (397 ratings)
Family-friendly farm with breeds such as alpacas, deer & donkeys, plus mini quads & ferret races.
Walby, Crosby-on-Eden, Carlisle CA6 4QL, United Kingdom
Sights & LandmarksFarmVisitor center

Free Museums in Uldale

Castlegate House Gallery
Castlegate House Gallery
4.3 (18 ratings)4.5 (10 ratings)
Castlegate House, Castlegate, Cockermouth, CA13 9HA, United Kingdom
Art galleryMuseums
Keswick Museum
Keswick Museum
4.3 (272 ratings)4.5 (264 ratings)
Charming museum featuring an offbeat collection, including Napoleon's teacup & other oddities.
Station Rd, Keswick, CA12 4NF, United Kingdom
MuseumsArt museumHeritage buildingHeritage museumHistory museumLocal history museumEducational sites
Puzzling Place
Puzzling Place
4.4 (1136 ratings)4.5 (1285 ratings)
Fun attraction with illusion exhibits, a gallery of holograms and 3D images, and a puzzle shop.
Museum Square, Keswick, CA12 5DZ, United Kingdom
MuseumsGift shopSpecialty Museums

Romantic Restaurants, Getaway Places in Uldale

Hammond's Pond
Hammond's Pond
4.4 (262 ratings)4.5 (8 ratings)
Park offering a boating lake & seasonal miniature railway, plus football pitches & kids' play areas.
Upperby, Carlisle, CA2 4SD, United Kingdom
PondNature & ParksParksBodies of Water
Mentioned by The Crazy Tourist
15 Best Things to Do in Carlisle (Cumbria, England
"If you’re in Carlisle with kids in tow, Hammond’s Pond in the southern Upperby suburb comes into its own in summer. The pond and its surrounding park are on a hill, and has ducks and swans, as well as an aviary and dovecote. You can rent rowboats on the east end of the pond in summer, and the park has a miniature railway that operates in the summer holidays, along with two separate play areas, one for toddlers and the other for bigger kids."
Bocata
Bocata
4.5 (43 ratings)
17 Lowther St, Carlisle, CA3 8ES, United Kingdom
Bar
Ruthwell Church
Ruthwell Church
4.7 (26 ratings)4.5 (20 ratings)
Dumfries, DG1 4NP, United Kingdom
ChurchSights & LandmarksPoints of Interest & LandmarksChurches & Cathedrals
Mentioned by Lonely Planet Top Choices
Top things to do in Scotland
"Seven miles east of Caerlaverock Castle, in tiny Ruthwell, a church holds one of Europe’s most important early Christian monuments. The 6m-high 7th-century Ruthwell Cross is carved top to bottom in New Testament scenes and is inscribed with a poem called ‘The Dream of the Rood’; written in a Saxon runic alphabet, it’s considered one of the earliest examples of English-language literature. Bus 79 running between Dumfries and Annan stops in Ruthwell."
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