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Ruskin Museum tells The Story of Coniston in an award-winning style. John Ruskin, Donald Campbell and Bluebird, Arthur Ransome, geology, slate, copper, Herdwick sheep, Langdale linen and Ruskin Lace.
Coniston is a small village with a variety of local amenities and services close by. Fully registered museum.
|Season (1 Jan 2022 - 31 Dec 2022)|
|Monday - Sunday||10:00||- 16:30|
* Open every day from 10am with last entry 4.30pm. Check website for any change. www.ruskinmuseum.com
Adult - £7.50
Concessions - £6.50
Child - £4.00 (under 5 free)
Family - £20.00
School and group rates available, please ring for details.
A593 from A591 at Ambleside; A595 and A593 from A590 at Greenodd; B5285 from Hawkshead; sat nav LA21 8DU.
Accessible by Public Transport: Windermere/Ulverston station is 12 miles away.
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