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Attractions in Kirkby Stephen

For more information on Attractions in Kirkby Stephen, please visit our Attractions listing.

Please check individual attraction websites for the latest up to date information on opening arrangements before visiting.

Stenkrith Falls photo by Helen Shaw

  • Kirkby Stephen East Station - visit the old station with its vintage locomotives, carriages and railway memorabilia

  • Stenkrith Park is where the River Eden drops into a gorge known as Coopkarnel/Coop Kernan Hole (or the Devil's Mustard Mill!) and is crossed by the spectacular Millennium Bridge

  • Jubilee Park has rare species of plants and trees and an award-winning summer house

  • Tearoom at The Masonic Hall - occasional entertainment

  • Brough Castle (English Heritage) - one of the oldest Norman keeps in Britain, castle built inside old Roman fort, VerteraeWild Boar Fell photo by Helen Shaw

  • Brough Castle Ice Cream Parlour - taste a variety of ice creams

  • Ruins of 12th century Pendragon Castle, Mallerstang are associated with Uther Pendragon, Father of King Arthur

  • Wild Boar Fell, Mallerstang - legend has it that the last wild boar in England was killed here in 1409

  • Cumbria Wildlife Trust Nature Reserves at Argill Woods, Augill Pasture and Waitby Greenriggs

  • Ewbank Scar (Site of Special Scientific Interest), a favourite Victorian beauty spot

    Frank's Bridge photo courtesy of the Cumbria Photo Library
  • Cumbria Classic Coaches - enjoy a classic day out in a vintage bus

  • 17th Century Frank's Bridge, thought to be named after local brewer, Francis Birkbeck