MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES
Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery
Keswick Museum and Art Gallery
The Heaton Cooper Studio
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MUSEUMS AND GALLERIES - LAKE DISTRICT AND CUMBRIA
THE QUAKER TAPESTRY EXHIBITION
Quaker Tapestry Exhibition tells the story of The
Quaker journey from the 17th-Century to the present day.
Beautifully illustrated you will discover over 300 hundred
years of history through 77 panels of community embroidery,
the work of more than 4000 men, women and children from
Quaker costumes can be found on display, embroidery demonstrations
and a Gift Shop.
Location - Stramongate,
TULLIE HOUSE MUSEUM &
|Tullie House Museum and
Art Gallery depicts the story of Carlisle and the
Borders, Hadrian's Wall, Romans, local history, railways,
wildlife and see the Border Reivers audiovisual show with
displays of contemporary art in The Art Gallery.
Also exhibitions, family workshops, original Jacobean
House and a quality gift shop can be found along with
Location - Castle Street
HEATON COOPER STUDIO
Cooper - The largest collection of colour reproductions
of the Lake District by William Heaton Cooper [1903-1995]
and his father Alfred Heaton Cooper [1863-1929], now run
by John Heaton Cooper.
Discover a permanent but changing exhibition of watercolours,
with prints, greeting cards, books, sculpture and of course
paintings framed and unframed along with the finest selections
of Art Materials for sale.
+44 (0) 15394 35280
+44 (0) 15394 35797
KESWICK MUSEUM & ART GALLERY
Museum and Art Gallery is a local Victorian Museum
in which you will discover the history of Keswick, from
the industrial mining Centre to becoming a popular tourist
town and some of its famous residents.
The original manuscripts of the lake poets can be seen,
the famous five hundred  year old cat, Flintoft's
model of the Lake District, the musical stones and the
fine collection of crystals.
Location - Fitz Park,
Station Road, Keswick.
Slapestones Gallery you will find a varied selection
of watercolours paintings and prints from local artists
in the village of Grasmere.
Also you can purchase a variety of framed Lake District
+44 (0) 15394 35252