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World Heritage exhibition on the road

12 March 2020

CURRENTLY ON HOLD, APOLOGIES.

Following its successful launch and run at Keswick Museum, the World Heritage exhibition hits the road over the coming months.

Until the end of November, the World Heritage exhibition will be appearing at a number of locations around the county, allowing locals and visitors alike to explore and discover more about who UNESCO are, what are World Heritage Sites for, why the World Heritage List was started, why the Lake District is a cultural landscape World Heritage Site, and how it contributes to this global celebration.

Catch the exhibition at:

March - Wray Castle (free entry for National Trust members, entry fee for non-members)

April - Allan Bank, Grasmere (free entry for National Trust members, entry fee for non-members, free entry for all on World Heritage Day 18 April 2020)

May - The Beacon, Whitehaven (entry fee applies)

June - BAE Systems (not open to the public, just BAE staff)

July - University of Cumbria, Ambleside campus

August & September - back to Wray Castle (free entry for National Trust members, entry fee for non-members)

October - Rusland Pool Hotel, near Ulverston

November - Brockhole, Lake District Visitor Centre, near Windermere (free entry, parking fees apply)

Do pop into your nearest venue and explore World Heritage origins (hint - it's all about world peace!).

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Lake District World Heritage Site

Coordinating World Heritage Site communications on behalf of the Lake District National Park Partnership