Is a wonderful example of elegant architecture designed by Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott in the 19th Century. There's also furniture and art exhibitions for your viewing pleasure.
Potter's enchanting tales are brought to life in this museum with plenty to see and do. You can rest in the Tailor of Gloucester Tearoom, before stocking up on Peter Rabbit goodies.
On the outside there are beautiful Thomas Mawson gardens and an adventure playground. On the inside are exhibitions of outdoor photography, painting and writing.
Was home to the artist and influential social voice, John Ruskin. Now preserved as a museum, you could spend hours contemplating the house itself, the interiors, the garden and the gallery.
Is not only beautifully spellbinding because of its history and stunning Windermere location; it also has a gallery of fantastic art exhibitions. If you're lucky you might catch some live poetry too.
Beatrix Potter's famous dwelling is preserved so well that it feels as though she's just nipped out for a walk. Her original watercolours are on display at the nearby Beatrix Potter Gallery.