Savour a delicious menu inspired by the collection and natural landscape in the family-friendly café with incredible views over the lake. With incredible views stretching out over Windermere, our lakeshore café serves the best local produce, made in Cumbria, inspired by the Lake District.
Our Sunday lunch is a must… roast beef with all the trimmings, followed by sticky toffee pudding.
More about Windermere Jetty Museum of Boats, Steam & Stories
Windermere Jetty is a spectacular new museum on the shores of Windermere that showcases the sights, smells and sounds of life on the lake. Steam launches, sailing yachts, motor boats and record-breaking speed boats are exhibited in the boathouse, on the water, and in our exhibition galleries, while our live conservation workshop will be open every day – where you can see our collection of historic boats as they are painstakingly restored.
Hear tales of workers and boat owners, their lives and adventures, and discover the fascinating developments in design and technology that drove boat-building in the Lake District.
Heritage Boat Trips
Make your visit to Windermere Jetty unforgettable by booking a Heritage Boat Trip out on the lake on board Osprey, one of our fully-restored Edwardian steam launches. Please note, trips are only available with museum entry. Places are limited and pre-booking is strongly advised.
If you are a Member of Lakeland Arts you get free entry to Windermere Jetty Museum of Boats, Steam and Stories, Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Museum of Lakeland Life & Industry and Blackwell The Arts & Crafts House for 12 months.
There will be regular events and activities throughout the year for adults and families – see the website for details.
* We are open all year around.
To arrive by car from the south: exit the M6 at junction 36, taking the first exit on the slip road roundabout. Follow signs for the South Lakes and Windermere and continue onto the A591. When you reach a small roundabout, take the first exit onto Rayrigg Road/A592, following signs for Bowness Bay and The Lake. Continue for 1 mile and Windermere Jetty will be on the right.To arrive by car from the north: exit the M6 at junction 39 for A6/Shap/Kendal. When you reach a T-junction, turn left onto the A6 and continue along the A6 for 12 miles. Follow signs for Windermere, Bowness and A591. Once on the A591, take the first exit at a small roundabout onto Rayrigg road/A592, following signs for Bowness Bay and The Lake. Continue for 1 mile and Windermere Jetty will be on the right.Accessible by Public Transport: Windermere station is 2 miles away.
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