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The Armitt Ambleside Museum Lake District Cumbria THE ARMITT AMBLESIDE MUSEUM


The Armitt Ambleside Museum
The Armitt MuseumSituated in the heart of Ambleside close to Bridge House.

Combining a Library and a Museum and with the aid of scholarship and fun, art and entertainment you will discover an insight into the lives of the Lakeland people that once lived here in the Lakes from William Wordsworth, Beatrix Potter, John Ruskin and others like De Quincey, the Collingwood family, Charlotte Mason, Hariett Martineau, Herbert Bell, William Green and Kurt Schwitters who represent the historic literary, artistic and intellectual life of this area.

Within The Armitt you will also discover a fine collection of books and manuscripts, photographs, drawings and paintings, memorabilia and archaeological objects all relating to the above people like Beatrix Potter watercolours and drawings of fungi, mosses and fossils which are all housed in a new purpose building.

It is advisable to contact the museum prior to your visit if there is something specific you wish to see or any alterations have been made to the Opening times and the attraction itself. Disclaimer

Further information and details on opening times, costs and facilities please contact or visit their website.

Location - Rydal Road Ambleside[grounds of St Martin's College].

Telephone: The Armitt Museum Cumbria Lake District +44 [0] 15394 31212
Email: The Armitt Ambleside E-mail - The Armitt
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