Keswick Museum’s main galleries have been completely redesigned for 2020.
New displays and thematic zones tell the many stories that have put Keswick firmly on the map and at the heart of a World Heritage Site.
Displays include an introduction to Canon Rawnsley, founder of the National Trust, examples of the beautiful work from the Keswick School of Industrial Arts, examples of the towns many literary and artistic connections and our mountaineering heritage.
Great for families as the ticket includes trails, explorer packs and activities. The Café terrace overlooks Fitz Park and play areas.
Two hour free disc parking on Station Road.
Station Road, Keswick,
Cumbria, CA12 4NF
Open every day, all year, except 24–27 December and 1 January
October to April: Monday–Saturday 09.30–16.00 / Sunday 11.00–16.00
May to September: Open daily 9.30–17.30
The Museum is 5 minutes walk from the the Moot Hall in the centre of Keswick, Follow Station Street and cross at the top into Station Road Walk past YHA and through Fitz park with its river, bowling and play park. There is free disc parking for 2 hours on Station Road outside the museum.
Keswick is accessible by bus.