Reasons to Recommend: On the street from Windermere town to the lakeside, there is such a childlike museum - Peter Rabbit World. This is the fairy tale kingdom dedicated to the 19th-century British female painter Beatrix Potter, and the characters in her 23 fairy tales will appear in turn. About Atrix Potter Potter is good at anthropomorphizing familiar small animals to convey their observations and thoughts on the world. The boundless natural scenery of the lake area also gave Porter a lot of creative inspiration, which made her create the immortal world fairy tale "Peter Rabbit", which has been selling well all over the world for more than a century. Highlights of the museum's visit When you walk into this museum, you feel like you are in the dream world in this fairy tale book. Introduce Potter and her story through a five-minute short film (available in Chinese). Through the 3D scenes, sound effects and aromas in the film, the famous animals in the story will come alive in front of your eyes. Through the interactive screens in the museum, you can learn about each story, and all are provided with Chinese explanations. In addition, there are Jemima Padel Duck's glade, Mr. Todd's underground home, Mrs. Dickie Winkle's kitchen, Jeremy Fisher's pond, Mr. McGonagall's potting shed, etc. The scene will keep book fans entertained, and the award-winning outdoor Peter Garden is also not to be missed.
Reasons to Recommend: Bowness is a town in England, located in the southern part of the Lake District in Cumbria, England. Bowness is an important tourist town in the Lake District. In 2012, Bowness was one of the torch relay points for the London Olympics. Bowness' history dates back to the 15th century. Bowness has a scenic ferry terminal on Lake Windermere.
Reasons to Recommend: Blackville Art and Industrial Villas is a holiday home built by architect MH Baillie Scott, 2 miles south of Bowness town. Today, it is one of the most charming historic buildings in the Lake District. Most of the furnishings in the house are still in their original state. You can see rare burlap decorations, leaf-shaped doorknobs, plaster sculptures, etc. Furniture, you can learn about Arts&CraftsMovement. In addition, walking on the terrace by the garden is also a good experience.