Keswick & Cockermouth
Nestling on the shores of the Derwentwater, the heart of bustling Keswick is its quaint Market Square and 19th century Moot Hall. Perhaps visit the museums or local art and craft galleries or stroll to the lakeshore. We continue to Cockermouth, birthplace of William Wordsworth and home to the townhouse where he was born as well as a fascinating history wall depicting the town’s past.
We enjoy a leisurely cruise on the legendary lake and take time to look around Bowness - a sprawling tourist town in the heart of the Lake District with an exquisite Victorian influence.
Whitehaven & Workington
Enjoy a visit into the heart of Whitehaven for free time to explore the resort at your own pace – don’t miss the Dark Spirit of Whitehaven Warehouse. Later we make a stop in the coastal town of Workington at the mouth of the River Derwent where you’ll find a working harbour, historic churches and the Helena Thompson Museum with its displays of Georgian pottery, glass, silver and furniture.