The World of Beatrix Potter named in top attractions

We are thrilled to announce that the Attraction has been named one of the best across Europe.

Ahead of International Museum Day on 18 May, new data from online booking travel company Omio has revealed the museums across Europe that are perfect for families looking to spend their day a little differently.

Using Tripadvisor data, Omio filtered museums through the following categories ‘Children’s Museums’ and ‘Good for kids’.

The results from this were then ranked by travellers’ favourites to determine the top 10, with the popular World of Beatrix Potter making the cut.

The World of Beatrix Potter Attraction, described as being an ‘enchanting’ attraction in the heart of the Lake District, finished in the number 10 spot.

The Bowness-on-Windermere tourist hotspot has won acclaim over the years for bringing Beatrix Potter’s stories to life through the power of 3D.

Visitors get to learn more about the writer, as well as meeting Peter Rabbit and journeying into Mr McGregor’s kitchen garden.

For the World of Beatrix Potter, it is the latest in a long line of recognition for the work they have done in Cumbria.

Roger Glossop & Charlotte Scott first opened the doors to the museum back in 1991 to a crowd of over 700 people, and the attraction has only continued to grow in popularity since then.