Brockhole is a fun day out for all ages there
is a cafe, playground, walks round the area
and a lake with boats that stop at Brockhole,
and go to other places. It has good facilities
including a shop, toilets, disabled access and
a cafe. Brockhole is free but parking costs.
No equipment is needed for anything unless you
bring your own lunch. I really enjoyed
Brockhole we went on a walk around the area
and ate lunch in the cafe it was yummy! We
also went to the park, and at the end we had
an ice cream. I would love to go again
sometime. I wish we went on a boat as well!
The main attraction in Windermere is the lake
but that's part of Brockhole.
The Lake District Visitor Centre Brockhole
Windermere Cumbria LA23 1LJ
a very good place with great views of the
hills near by. It is a perfect place go when
it is a sunny day there is lots to do such as:
walks, play, learn and just enjoy the day.
You can go at any age. There is a cafe,
toilets, a shop and disabled access to most of
the area. You only have to pay for the car
parking, you don't have to pay to get in to
the house or grounds. You will need trainers
but in my opinion anything with hard soles and
toe protection would be good. We went to the
exhibition in the house and after that we had
lunch. We also went to the shop which is very
good. After a while we went to the ADVENTURE
PLAYGROUND! My favourite part was when we went
on the playground. There is the lake near by
and lots of grassy areas which would be a
great place to have a picnic.
Near Windermere (A591)
Brockhole, you can: Play,(Adventure
playground) Eat, (Cafe) Shop (Gift shop) and
go on walks.
It is suitable for people with disabilities
but disabled people can't access all areas.
It has a Cafe, Toilets, Shop and disabled
It is free of charge to enter the attraction
but you will have to pay for parking if you go
by car or coach. You can also go by bus and
other means of transport.
If the weather is wet, take a coat because a
lot of the attraction is outdoors.
The adventure playground is great! There is a
stainless steal enclosed tube/slide, there
also is a very high bridge with numerous
obstacles. There is a climbing wall which is
also brilliant! There are a lot of nearby
attractions, some of them are: The lake
steamers, Lake Windermere, Troutbeck swimming
pool and the world of beatrix potter.
is a lovely Victorian house. You can play in
the adventure playground you can walk around
the grounds not forgetting the lake, you can
even have lunch, there are boats for hire, a
traversing wall, toilets, museum, gift shop
and other additional activities in summer.
It is suitable for all (wheelchairs in the
playground will be a risk.
Car parking is the only cost which is
£2.20 for 2 hours, £4.00 for 4
hours and £7.00 for all day.
Brockhole staff will supply you with the
I absolutely love Brockhole, I do recommend
you go to Brockhole.
Archie and mark
| You will find Brockhole in the middle of
Windermere and Ambleside.
You can play in the play ground with lots
of equipment. It is
on the shore of Lake Windermere.
It is suitable for children.
3 to 12 years old.
It has a cafe, toilet, disabled access shop.
It is free except for parking.
You don't need any special equipment.
My visit was fun and exciting.
I enjoyed the slide the most. I would award this
venue 4 stars out of 5.
| It is fun, big and exciting. You can ride a bike, go for a walk by the lake or go to the adventure playground. The adventure playground is my favourite place because I can climb, run around and go down the big slide.
It is free of charge and there is a cafe, where you can buy ice cream. You can take the ferry and go for a trip around Lake Windermere.
Brockhole Visitor Centre is a popular place for families and it is very busy during the school holidays. 5 Stars