Attractions near Brockwood Hall in Cumbria, UK
Attractions near Brockwood Hall in Cumbria, UK


Discover all the activities to do in Whicham Valley.

Pull on your boots and get busy exploring, bug-hunting or deer and badger-spotting on Brockwood’s own nature trail. Alternatively, head out to the Lakes with a picnic for a day’s walking, riding, cycling, or sailing. Nearby activities include: Horse Riding, Golf, Munster Castle Owl Center, Dalton Wildlife Park, Raven Glass Railway, Millom Discovery Center, and local…


Nearby Activities

  • Go Ape
  • Cumbrian Heavy Horses
  • Old Hall Farm
  • World of Beatrix Potter
  • Silecroft Beach
  • Windermere Lake Cruises
  • Golf
  • Munster Castle Owl Center
  • Raven Glass Railway
  • Millom Fauk Museum
  • Dalton Wildlife Park

Go Ape

Located in Grizedale Forest, Go Ape is the perfect destination for adventurers of every age. Try exciting zip-lining, thrilling tree-top adventures, hiking, or riding a Segway in the heart of this pristine area. Fun for all ages with catering available onsite.

Cumbrian Heavy Horses

Cumbrian Heavy Horses offer rides catering to various abilities, on large, well-behaved Clydesdale, Shire and Ardennes horses for those wishing to experience the thrill of riding through the Cumbrian countryside, or just pottering around the farm.

World of Beatrix Potter

Take a walk through the world of Beatrix Potter while exploring this interactive museum. You may come across your favorite characters - Squirrel Nutkin, Mrs Tiggywinkle and Mr. Tod, and even the most famous character of all, Peter Rabbit!

Silecroft Beach

Situated on the edge of the Lake District National Park, Silecroft Beach is a gently shelving sand and shingle beach which extends as far as the eye can see in both directions - perfect for a day relaxing on the sands or exploring the picturesque shores.

Windermere Lake Cruises

Take a cruise on England’s largest lake, in the heart of the Lake District. Cruises are from 45 minutes to 3 hours in length - or you can even spend all day on and around the lake by combining your boat trip with walking, dining or visiting local tourist sites.