VISIT THE LAKE DISTRICT
Visit the Lake District and discover why this beautiful
National Park is such a popular holiday destination.
Made famous by the likes of William Wordsworth and
Beatrix Potter, the Lake District is home to some of
England's most beautiful scenery.
Whether you love walking, sailing, climbing, photography
or the outdoors in general, you're sure to love the Lakes!
Even if you just prefer to browse shops and enjoy cafés in picturesque towns and villages, you can do that too.
Some popular places to visit include Bowness,
Windermere, Ambleside, Grasmere, Hawskshead,
Coniston and Keswick.
In each of these places, you'll find lots to see and do.
As well as the natural splendour of the Lake District,
popular purpose-built attractions include Windermere
Cruises, the World of Beatrix Potter Attraction, Dove
Cottage and the Wordsworth Museum, Hill Top,
Brockhole Visitor Centre, and a whole lot more.
In short, the Lake District has something to offer
everyone at any time of the year.
THERE'S ONLY ONE LAKE IN THE LAKE DISTRICT!
Bassenthwaite Lake, Brotherswater, Buttermere,
Coniston Water, Crummock Water, Derwent Water,
Devoke Water, Elter Water, Ennerdale Water,
Esthwaite Water, Grasmere, Haweswater Reservoir,
Hayeswater, Loweswater, Rydal Water, Thirlmere,
Ullswater, Wast Water, Windermere
Listed above are various bodies of water that you can
discover in the Lake District... but only one of them
truly a lake... see if you can spot which one. All the
others are waters, meres, tarns, etc. - not lakes!