ARTS AND CULTURE
Our nearest town is alive with arts and culture.
Here is a small selection
Abbot Art Gallery, an award winning art gallery - www.abbothall.org.uk
Brewery Arts Centre offers a busy programme of live music, comedy, theatre, dance, music and cinema. Restaurant, Pizzeria and Bar - www.breweryarts.co.uk
Quaker Tapestry Museum, a journey through the Quaker Story, fun learning for children and a Cafe - www.quaker-tapestry.co.uk
Museum of Lakeland Life and Industry, discover how people of Cumbria worked and played in days gone by - www.lakelandmuseum.org.uk
Kendal Museum, one of the UK's oldest museum full of wildlife wonders - www.kendalmuseum.org.uk
Levens Hall, a stunning Elizabethan historic house with a world renowned topiary - www.levenshall.co.uk
Sizergh Castle, a beautiful medieval house with beautiful gardens. A National Trust Property - www.nationaltrust.org.uk/sizergh
Kendal Castle, built in the 12th century as the home of the barons of Kendal. The Parr Family is the best known of one of the baronial families as Katherine Parr was the sixth and last Queen of Henry VIII. It is now a ruin but certainly worth exploring and offers you brilliant views of the surrounding area - www.visitcumbria.com/sl/kendal-castle
We have an excellent selection of leaflets and literature of things to do and see in Coomb View.