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Events in Cumbria

Half Term Fun at Muncaster Castle

An event in February in Cumbria
Muncaster Castle
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Event timing: Half-term
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Spring is on its way so let the kids explore and play in 77 acres of gardens set against the breathtaking backdrop of the western Lake District fells. Enjoy the beautiful historic and reputedly haunted Castle, still home to the Pennington family after more than 800 years. In the World Owl Centre, marvel at over 50 species of owl from across the globe, from tiny feisty pygmy owls to the majestic giant eagle owls. The café and gift shop will be open as well as the MeadowVole Maze and Muncaster Interactive centre. Don’t miss Heron Happy Hour at 4.30pm daily.

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