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Appleby Tourist Information Centre

For several centuries, Appleby was the county town of Westmorland. With the creation of Cumbria in 1974, the name of the town was changed to preserve the name of the ancient county and as a reminder of the town's heritage. The Moot Hall has a plaque dated 1179 to commemorate Appleby's first written charter with the ground floor housing the Tourist Information Centre and Exhibition Room.

The friendly and knowledgeable team will help you make the most of your visit and can provide you with all you need to know about where to stay, where to eatplus things to do and how to get here.

Come and see them while you are here and you won't miss a thing!

Summer Opening:



Monday to Saturday

9.30am to 4pm

Sunday 10am to 1pm


Contact Appleby Tourist Information Centre:


Main Services:

Local Accommodation Finding Service

Staff are able to provide information about local accommodation.

Local, regional and national Information Service

The TIC stocks a range of free local accommodation guides. Plus leaflets and information on Appleby and surrounding areas, including local town guides, walking and cycling leaflets, local bus/train timetables, local maps and local event and attraction information. Information is also available on what to see and do around the Eden Valley, Cumbria - The Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales and North Pennines.

A variety of Information and books are available on the famous Appleby Horse Fair held in June each year.

Wide range of maps, guides, books and souvenirs on sale

The TIC stocks a range of walking and cycling leaflets and books, postcards, maps, gifts and souvenirs.


What else does the TIC have to offer?

Exhibition Room

Exhibition Room with displays by local crafts people. 


Wheelchair accessible WC. Access: Level access to information desk.

Useful links

A useful town map with further information on Car Parking in Appleby, is available, plus more details of the disc parking scheme which operates in the town. Parking discs are available from the TIC and local shops.