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Discover the best attractions and activities that Ravenglass has to offer

Ravenglass is a fantastic tourist destination in the UK, with an array of attractions to visit and things to do throughout the year

There are a wealth of attractions and activities in Ravenglass.

Head to Muncaster Castle, a grand country house dating back to the 13th century. Explore the interesting castle and beautiful gardens and be sure to catch a display at the Hawk and Owl Centre.

For heritage attractions in Ravenglass, visit the remains of the Roman Bath House and Hardknott Roman Fort. Both of these date back to the 2nd century.

A trip to Wast Water is perfect for those wanting to explore the surrounding countryside.

Image of Muncaster Castle by: Bert 23 Baum

  • Hardknott Roman Fort

    Hardknott Pass
    CA19 1TH

    0370 333 1181

    These Roman ruins provide an intriguing look into Hardknott Roman Fort, founded in the 2nd century with well-marked remains outlining the headquarters building, commandant’s house and bath house.

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  • Muncaster Castle

    CA18 1RQ

    01229 717614

    A privately owned, Grade I listed historical building overlooking the beautiful River Esk and open for tours, enchanting trails and mazes, afternoon tea and other private functions.

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  • Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway

    Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway
    CA18 1SW

    01229 717171

    Travel through the beautiful Cumbrian countryside on one of the oldest and longest Steam Railways in England, journeying from the pretty coastal town of Ravenglass through scenic surroundings to Dalegarth Station in the valley of Eskdale.

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  • Ravenglass Roman Bath Houses

    Walls Dr
    CA18 1SR

    0370 333 1181

    Discover the fascinating remains of the Ravenglass Roman Fort’s bath house, some of England’s tallest surviving Roman ruins.

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  • Wast Water

    CA20 1EX

    Lying in a beautiful remote valley, Wast Water is England’s deepest lake and home to some of the Lake District’s most picturesque views.

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