Silloth Green has been recognised by the Green Flag Award Scheme as one of the very best in the world. This international award, now into its third decade, is a sign to the public that the space boasts the highest possible environmental standards, is beautifully maintained and has excellent visitor facilities.
After extensive refurbishment work, the Green now boasts a modern Water Splash area, a woodland adventure play area, a Putting Green and a BMX track. Beautiful oak picnic tables and benches are to be found in various locations, with accessible footpaths. Along Criffel Street, some Victorian style lighting was installed, in-keeping with the heritage of the town.
Explore fun areas for children and families, check out refurbished heritage features, picnic areas and flower gardens, and find out about the memorable activities, events and festivals held throughout the year!
Silloth Tourist Information Centre is located within the Solway Coast Discovery Centre on Liddell Street, Silloth, CA7 4DD. They have a comprehensive array of tourism and visitor information, on everything to do with the North of Cumbria, including Silloth, Wigton and Carlisle.
The Discovery Centre houses the Local Links, Silloth Library and the Discovery Centre Exhibition. The AONB’s Discovery Centre in the town is a great introduction to the seabirds, wild flowers, special landscapes and unique built heritage you can discover in the area.
Soldiers in Silloth Toy Soldier Experience is a first-class exhibition/museum displaying toy soldiers and related items as a new visitor attraction in the seaside holiday resort of Silloth on Solway, Cumbria.
Gincase is in a quiet and beautiful location, only one mile from the picturesque Solway Coast in Cumbria and The Lake District. Our Tearoom, Craft Barn, Gift Shop and Children’s Farm Park are a must visit location for people of all ages.
Whether you come for a tour of the Tropical House, The Nature Reserve or just pop into the Dunes Coffee Shop for a hot drink or a slice of freshly baked you can be assured of a warm welcome from everyone at Bank Mill.
The Lake District Coast Aquarium opened in May 1997 and since then we have won several tourism awards including the Cumbria Tourism Award 2010.
Uncover a fascinating history through lively exhibitions, offering an insight into William Rufus, Mary Queen of Scots and Bonnie Prince Charlie. There is a guided tour of the Castle and a gift shop
The Lakes Aquarium is top of the list of where to go and what to do in the Lake District. A spectacular underwater tunnel, talks, and feeding demonstrations make for a great family day out!
England’s largest National Park includes Scafell Pike – its highest mountain, Wastwater – its deepest lake and thriving communities like Keswick and Bowness-on-Windermere.