Attractions near 2 Moot Hall

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Mirehouse (5 Miles)*
The present house was built in 1666 by the 8th Earl of Derby for his visits to his Cumbrian estates. In 1688 he sold it to his agent Roger Gregg. This is the only time it has been sold.
Isel Hall (6 Miles)*
The Elizabethan Range and fortified Pele Tower of Isel Hall dominates the landscape in its magical setting above River Derwent.
Trotters World of Animals (7 Miles)*
Trotters World of Animals lies in the north of the Lake District, nestled in the shadow of Skiddaw. The only Wildlife Park in the north of the county, it is a fabulous day out for all the family.
Keswick Museum & Art Gallery (9 Miles)*
A Victorian experience not to be missed. Keswick's surprising past, from industrial mining centre to peaceful tourist town, is revealed in this fine example of a late Victorian Museum.
Senhouse Roman Museum (12 Miles)*
The Senhouse Roman Museum contains sculpture and inscriptions from the Roman Fort at Maryport, (Alauna), which lies next to the museum.
Carlisle Race Course (13 Miles)*
Carlisle Racecourse is situated at Blackwell on the outskirts of the historic border city of Carlisle. Set in open countryside, the undulating course provides high quality racing every month of the year.
Carlisle Cathedral (14 Miles)*
The Cathedral, founded in 1122 and battered by centuries of border warfare, was built for the glory of God, and services have been said and sung daily in it for nearly 900 years.
Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery (14 Miles)*
Our combination of permanent displays (many of them enjoyably interactive and 'hands on'), changing exhibitions and exciting events and workshops makes Tullie House a thriving centre of activity.
Carlisle Castle (14 Miles)*
Standing on the site of a Roman fort, Carlisle Castle is one of Cumbria's best loved landmarks. The sturdy walls of this well-maintained fortress have dominated Carlisle for the last 900 years.

Dalemain Mansion and Historic Gardens (15 Miles)*
Behind the impressive pink ashlar façade lies the real surprise of Dalemain - its sheer variety. The history of the house stretches from Saxon times to early Georgian and has been in the same family since 1679
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near 2 Moot Hall
Ireby (< 1 Mile)*
Ireby - Once a thriving market town, with the market cross believed to date back to 1200. Ireby is now a truly unspoilt, peaceful fell village.
Uldale (1 Mile)*
The peaceful traditional village of Uldale has links with Sir Hugh Walpole's highly acclaimed Herries chronicles.
Bothel (3 Miles)*
Bothel is a delightful rural agricultural village which has a fascinating history dating back to Roman times.
Caldbeck (5 Miles)*
Caldbeck is a traditional working underfell village named after the river on which it stands. The river provided water power for the important industrial development of the 17th and 18th centuries.
Plumbland (5 Miles)*
Aspatria (6 Miles)*
Wigton (6 Miles)*
Wigton is the bustling and thriving centre of the Solway Plain, situated between the Caldbeck Fells and the Solway coast. The Market town of Wigton is an ancient settlement and evolved from a pre-medieval street plan.
Abbey Town (7 Miles)*
Thursby (8 Miles)*
Thursby is a quiet village of agricultural origins, 6 miles South West of Carlisle. While the Romans travelled through at an earlier date, Thursby is named after the Viking god Thor (pórr) and a temple was said to have been dedicated to him
Cockermouth (9 Miles)*
Cockermouth is the birthplace of William and Dorothy Wordsworth. An attractive small market town on the fringe of the Lake District National Park. The town was built in the 12th century and is situated on the confluence of the rivers Derwent and Cocker.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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