What To Expect
This tour is the ideal way to explore the favorite places associated with Beatrix Potter. We start the afternoon on Lake Windermere, cruising on England's largest lake. Enjoy the spectacular views from the lake towards the mountains.
The next part of our journey takes us to the Hill Top Farm, which is a 17th century cottage where the author wrote many of her famous children's stories. You will have the opportunity to go into the house (open Fridays), explore the garden and visit the shop.
We then continue to the medieval village of Hawkshead to explore its many delightful features. Enjoy plenty of photo opportunities as William Wordsworth old Grammar School is located here.
Lastly, we'll visit the renowned beauty spot of Tarn Hows, giving fantastic views towards the Langdale Pikes before returning back to Windermere.
See the tiny 17th Century farmhouse, Hilltop, where Beatrix Potter wrote many of her famous stories.
Visit Hill Top's delightful, traditional cottage garden planted with flowers, herbs and vegetables.
Explore the village of Near Sawrey and the lake at Esthwaite Water on a guided walking tour that will reveal where Beatrix Potter took inspiration for her illustrations.
Discover the medieval village of Hawkshead.
See original illustrations in the Beatrix Potter Gallery, a charming 17th century building that was the former office of Beatrix's solicitor husband.
Uncover nature and discover hill farms once owned by Beatrix Potter on a guided walk through Yew Tree Valley.
Transport by mini coach
Meals and drinks
Entrance fees to Beatrix Potter Gallery
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
Infants aged 2 years old and below are required by law to be in a suitable baby booster seat. The local tour operator will not be able to provide these seats and it is the duty of the parent/guardian to bring one so the infant will be able to participate in the tour.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.