Discover the best top things to do in Brampton, United Kingdom (UK) including New Mills Trout Fishing Park, Lanercost Priory, Birdoswald Roman Fort, Serenity Beauty Spa, Walby Farm Park, Talkin Adventures, Eden Rock, Solway Aviation Museum, St Mary Magdalene Church, Willowford Wall, Turrets and Bridge.
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5 based on 152 reviews
A unique trout fishing park with superb scenery and a stream fed lake at its centre. New Mills also provides one of the largest tackle shops in the north of Cumbria. Set within 7 acres of rolling countryside and centred on an historic 1753 Corn Mill, which was originally part of the Howard family's Naworth Castle Estate. Glamping available in 7 Deluxe Running Water Wigwams, offering cosy, heated accommodation with kitchen and en-suite shower and toilet. Some available with wood fired hot tubs. 1 acre Troutmasters fly fishing lake and additional fun fishing 'bait' pond. Fishing lessons. Children's fishing parties. Corporate fishing days. Fresh trout for sale. Onsite cafe and bistro. Children's play area.
Spent a great afternoon at the fun fishing. It's great for all ages, and loads of beautiful trout to catch. The staff are very helpful giving tips and Thomas (Davidson) made our visit a success. Thanks for the tips Thomas.
4.5 based on 299 reviews
This huge building stands out for miles. Nice colours and settled amongst the trees. Makes you wonder how and why these buildings end up where they do, great undercroft to view, and when the sun comes out, the transformation in the stones is amazing. Small little gift shop, and lovely church next door. There is a much bigger shop and cafe nearby - which is not English heritage - just be aware.
4 based on 384 reviews
Visitors can view recent excavations of this Roman fort built on Hadrian's Wall, while learning about its interesting 2,000-year history.
A very pleasant surprise when walking Hadrians wall to take a break and view how the now demolished Roman Fort stood those 2000 yrs ago, and how the people there lived. The info centre and the new accomodation being built will be a boon to the tourism of the area.
5 based on 2 reviews
I brought my little girl (7) and 3 of her freinds of the same age to the serenity spa on recommendation from my partner and they absolutely loved it. From start to finish they we're made to feel special. They got non alcoholic cocktails, 30...MoreThankyou so very much for your lovely review.The girls were a pleasure look after and it was so nice to meet you all. Thankyou again it is very very much appreciated.
4.5 based on 360 reviews
Looking for things to do or places to visit in the Lake District & Cumbria? For children’s days out in the Lake District & Cumbria, Hadrian’s Wall or South-West Scotland Walby Farm Park has it all! Enjoy a family day out at Walby Farm Park!Fun for all the family come rain or shine! Walby Farm Park, just 4 miles from Carlisle and the M6 motorway (J44), is a great day out for the whole family. Exciting outdoor play areas, lots of animal friends, including many rare breeds and Cumbria’s biggest indoor play area, there really is something for everyone! Families, schools, groups and birthday parties can ‘Meet the Animals’, take a stroll along the farm’s nature trail or just relax in our Curly Tails Cafe, open daily serving delicious hot and cold home-cooked food.
Friendly and helpful staff kept the day running smoothly as 12 children ran wild in the large slide filled play area, and outside swings, trampolines and more. Our son thought it was amazing, and his friends had a lot of fun. Even getting to pet the animals & feed the bunnies.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Talkin Adventures is the activity provider based at Talkin Tarn Country Park, Brampton (near Carlisle). We arrange activity days for corporate events, birthday parties, stag and hen parties and events. We also provide boat hire at Talkin Tarn every weekend and school holiday from Easter to October. Our busy events calendar lists regular archery beginner sessions for adults and children from age 8, and adventure day camps for ages 9-14 - please pre-book these events in advance. For boat hire just pop along between 12 and 4pm on any weekend or school holiday day.
Friendly staff, great venue and an activity which is suitable for all ages and all skill levels. All safety equipment provided, boats in excellent order. Why don't you stop off and row row row your boat around Talkin Tarn on your way from Hadrians Wall...MoreHi Ian, Thanks for a great review. Really glad you enjoyed your time with us! See you again soon.
5 based on 109 reviews
Eden Rock is one of the largest indoor bouldering walls in England. We have something for everyone, even if you've never tried bouldering or rock climbing before.
Been to 2 minions lessons now with my 5 year old. Staff are great and the lessons are fun. £4 for a half hour lesson much rather she was doing this and learning something then at soft play!
4.5 based on 328 reviews
The Museum is open from Easter until the last weekend in October on a Friday & Saturday. We are also open on the Bank Holiday Mondays. We have some exciting new exhibits demonstrating the close ties that existed between the RAF and the City of Carlisle. We're also home to a collection of aircraft, aviation artifact's and displays some reflecting Britain's position as a world leader in aircraft design and innovation and the main developer and manufacturer of a reliable jet engine. The museum's primary objective is the preservation of our Aviation heritage, its display and interpretation. Take a nostalgic journey back to Wartime Cumberland or climb aboard a Vulcan Bomber and experience the conditions the crew faced that would have had to deliver Britain's nuclear deterrent in the 60's. The museum is a Registered Charity and is run by a dedicated team of friendly and enthusiastic volunteers who give up their free time to painstakingly restore many of the exhibits. Through their love and knowledge they are preserving aviation history for generations to come.
We put the postcode into the sat nav which took us to some road closed sections near the museum but we got there eventually. Lots to see inside the museum and very informative. A little annoying that having picked up goods to the value of around £25 in the gift shop, the Scottish lady wouldn't serve us while people wanted to pay to come in the museum - I thought we'd turned invisible. Plane exhibits outside to look round but could do with some signs to tell you how to get to the Vulcan which we stood outside but couldn't go up into as there were too many people in a large group in front of us. That was disappointing for our 9 year old and we didn't want to hang around as it was blowing a gale.
4.5 based on 49 reviews
This church and the priory were probably the highlight of our day.
The windows were gorgeous and we were shown the William
Morris designed altar cloth by the most informative lady.
The church is clearly active and there are some nice things to buy, along William Morris or Christian lines.
PS Found out that Brampton church has a very large Burne -Jones window but we had missed it and we weren't prepared to cycle back!
4.5 based on 40 reviews
A good preserved section of the wall runs from Gilsland to Lanercost priory. Not just the wall, but plenty of things to see along the way, not just the wall, but quaint churches and overall, a nice walk
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