Cockermouth Area Tourist Attractions
4 Kings Arms Lane, , (Next to Boots Chemists). Telephone : 01900 822634
The TIC provides information on what to see and do, entertainments and events, places of interest, travel and transport, and where to stay. It has information on local accommodation, and provides a free local booking service for personal callers. Opening hours:10am to 4pm Mondays to Fridays and 10am to 2pm on Saturdays and Bank Holidays.
Brewery Lane , Cockermouth. Telephone : 01900 823214
Take a trip around Cockermouth’s brewery.
Main Street , Cockermouth. Telephone : 01900 820884
The birthplace of William Wordsworth, now owned by the National Trust. Opening times 2014: 9th March to December, 11.00am - 5pm (last entry 4pm). Daily except Friday. Café open 10.30am – 4.30pm (last entry 4pm).
Isel Hall is an Elizabethan Range with a fortified Pele Tower, dominating the landscape in its setting above the River Derwent. It is private and only open to public certain Sundays by arrangement.
Castlegate , Cockermouth.
The remains of the ancient castle in Cockermouth is privately owned, but is occasionally open to the public.
Elva Plain Stone Circle lies on the southern slope of Elva Hill. From here the view to the east is dominated by Skiddaw, across Bassenthwaite Lake.
Kirkgate , Cockermouth. Telephone : 01900 826448
Community arts facility.