As storm Brendan hits the UK, things to do in the Lake District indoors couldn’t be more popular. Making for the perfect way to spend a rainy day in Cumbria, while staying dry and out the way of the cold winds.
8 Things to do in the Lake District Indoors
While you may look out the window, you may be tempted not to leave the comfort of your spa hotel suite. However, there are still plenty of other things to do in the Lake District indoors. Meaning you need to worry about is getting there in the first place.
The World of Beatrix Potter in Bowness
However, no need to fear, the first on our list is already one of the most popular things to do in the Lake District. Whatever the weather, the World of Beatrix Potter and Peter Rabbit, is always going to be entertaining.
Blackwell Arts and Crafts House
Staying nearby, you can always head over to the historical Blackwell Arts and Crafts House. Once the family home to Sir Edward Holt, one-time owner of Manchester Brewery.
Honister Slate Mines
What better way to find things to do in the Lake District indoors than to head underground. The mines were once fully operational, as such providing an insight into Cumbria of old.
The Armitt Museum in Ambleside
Another way of finding out more about the Lake District’s past is at the Armitt Museum in Ambleside. Whereby the interactive library and museum helps uncovers the local history.
Lake District Distillery in Bassenthwaite
While a spa package break in the Lake District may be about starting the new year with a detox, you can still appreciate the finer things in life. After all, a trip to the Lake District Distillery is one for the more responsible drinker.
Rheged Centre in Penrith
You could easily spend the day indoors at the Rheged Centre, with a huge 3D cinema, onsite cafés and various exhibitions and events.
Lakeland Motor Museum
If you’re driving to our spa hotel in the Lake District, then parking is of no issue. Some of our spa suites even come with their own parking space. If, however, you prefer to dream of owning an alternative vehicle, the Lakeland Motor Museum is worth visiting one wet afternoon.
Windermere Jetty: The Museum on the Lake
As we start to think of heading home, the Windermere Jetty makes for the ideal choice. The museum traces the Lake District’s maritime history, while is also conveniently situated close to the Windermere Lake Cruises. Perfect, should the rain subside and storm Brendan blow over.
Spa Package Break in the Lake District
Book a spa package break in the Lake District at our Windermere Boutique Spa Suites. Where you can enjoy spa treatments and much more, all without having to go out on a rainy day in the Lake District.