The Lake District’s natural beauty and abundant wildlife inspired Beatrix Potter to write her much-loved stories. Come and explore this wonderful landscape where the tales are brought to life.
Peter RabbitTM Garden
“It was a pure delight – a garden that for me brought the stories to life.” Garden designer Diarmuid Gavin
Our Mr McGregor soft toy is made by the world famous Gund company. ‘Mr McGregor is a very angry, cranky, evil Scottish gardener, who loves his vegetables, but hates all rabbits!
Meet the adorable Great Ormond Street Peter Rabbit.
The Greatest Showman - watch the fantastic world of musicals come alive before your very eyes and you can sing along. It's show time! 27-30 December
Frozen: a screening of the Disney classic with lyrics on screen so you can sing along! 27-30 December
Have a happy birthday party with Peter Rabbit in a unique setting!
School groups can enjoy fun, hands-on learning sessions!
Keep in touch!
Do you want to keep up with all the exciting news and events at The World of Beatrix Potter™ Attraction? You can follow us on facebook or twitter, watch our films on you tube, or just drop us an email if there’s something you’d really like to ask us.
Enjoy a FREE tea or coffee in our Tea Room from 1-21st December
Hop on down and visit us this festive season and take a selfie in our gorgeous winter wonderland.
To everyone who visited us at the attraction last week during half term, we hope you enjoyed the Johnny Town-Mouse Garden Trail activity and had fun voting for your favourite mouse…
Contact us today
The English Lake District is a stunning holiday destination with a breath taking choice of accommodation from big hotels with luxurious spas to cosy cottages and homely b&bs with perfect views. You will be sure to find a holiday to suit your needs. Come and enjoy a relaxing break!
The Attraction is situated in Bowness-on-Windermere, a scenic and bustling town on the banks of Lake Windermere. With panoramic views of the lake and mountains it is a popular destination all year round with visitors to the Lake District.