Camelot Theme Park is a family amusement park that is geared towards younger children and the park has a wizard's theme.
The park has a variety of rides and attractions including a jousting show.
The park opens from March to October and the hours vary depending on the day and month.
Laxey Wheel and Mines Trail
The Laxey Wheel was built in 1854 by a local man from Laxey called John Casement. It is the largest working waterwheel in the world and was used to remove water from the mines. As well as the waterwheel there are 3 trails to walk along, all of which are signposted.
Facilities include: picnic area, parking and shop.
Disabled access is limited due to stairs and walks.
The entrance fees are: £3.50 for adults with concessions for children and groups.
The opening times are: April - October 10.00am - 5.00pm
Goodison Park - Everton Football Club
Goodison Park is the home football ground of Everton Football Club, one of the original 12 football clubs of the English Football League. The ground is located about 4km North from the city centre of Liverpool and a short distance from Anfield, the stadium of Liverpool Football Club. For all of Everton's home Premier League and cup matches, there is a regular shuttle bus service running directly from Sandhills railway station to Goodison Park. It operates for two hours before the match and for 50 minutes afterwards. Car parking is available in Stanley Park approximately half-a-mile from the stadium
This annual event which is organised by the Cumberland Agricultural Society features a livestock show with many classes of horses (including clydesdales, hunters and ponies), cattle, sheep and goats. Other shows include dogs, rabbits, poultry and tractors. The main ring stages a range of exhibitions inlcuding the Royal Artillery Motorcycle Display Team, craft demonstrations and cookery. There are competitions for schools and a range of activities (quad biking, paintball, face painting) for all ages.
Open: 9am - 5pm
There is parking (£2 per car) at the site
The Rheged Centre ("The Village In The Hill") is named after the ancient Celtic Kingdom of Rheged. It was constructed from a disused limestone quarry and is covered over with the largest grass roof in Europe. Inside are a number of activities and attractions to suit every age. "Giant Movies" is the home of a large format cinema which rotates seven feature films on such diverse subjects as "Vikings: Journey to New Worlds" and "Africa: The Serengeti". "Discover" is a permanent exhibition and information centre covering the history of the region from the Ice Age to the present. It also houses the National Mountaineering Exhibition. The Centre hosts live music, fairs and childrens workshops. There is a play centre, a cafe and a shop which sells local produce, beers and crafts.
10am - 5:30pm Daily
Entry to the Centre and on site parking: free
Senior, Student: £4.95
National Mountaineering Exhibition:
Senior, Student: £4.95
Family and combination tickets are also available
Bus services stop at the Centre's main entrance
There is easy disabled access and shopmobility scooters can be provided.