What’s on in the Lake District in February 2019

What’s on in the Lake District in February 2019

What’s on in the Lake District in February 2019

Although a relatively peaceful month, there’s still plenty to do in the Lake District in February. In fact, it’s often a time of the year when the natural countryside starts to come into fruition.

As you take a walk through the countryside, there may still be a cold breeze in the air but the scenery is still just as beautiful. There’s an array of flower and fauna that are suited towards the colder months, while the emergence of daffodils starts to indicate spring is on the way.

While the Great British weather is always somewhat unpredictable, the Lake District in February should still be fully operational. The Windermere Lake Cruises and local train lines start to run full timetables, while other main attractions are open to the public. Just, visiting the Lake District in February you’re likely to avoid the crowds.

That is, of course, unless you book during the half-term holiday. As such, what’s on in the Lake District in February can often cater for those still at school. If it’s a quitter, more romantic break in the Lake District you’re after, there’s still lots to keep you occupied.

Lake District Events in February 2019

Here we take a look at 5 selected Lake District Events in February 2019:

  • Lake District Wedding Fair
  • John Harden at Abbot Hall Art Gallery
  • Grayson Perry: Julie Cope’s Grand Tour
  • Keswick Mountain Festival
  • Keswick Film Festival

Lake District Wedding Fair, 23rd and 24th February. The Rural Auction Centre in Crooklands, near Kendal, hosts its annual wedding fair at the end of the month. Perfect for any couple away on a romantic package break in the Lake District.

John Harden at Abbot Hall Art Gallery. While this exhibition opened back in November, it continues to welcome visitors up until 28th February. Having only recently been recognised as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Lake District is portrayed in all its glory by 19th-century artist John Harden.

Grayson Perry: Julie Cope’s Grand Tour at the Abbot Hall Art Gallery in Kendal. Another exhibition, open until 16th February. Only this time one that delves into the imagination of artist Grayson Perry. In fact, Julie Cope is a fictional character. One brought to life by Perry through a life transcript and a large graphics installation.

Keswick Mountain Festival from 28th February. Now a well-established Lake District event in February, the festival combines outdoor activities and live entertainment.

Keswick Film Festival 28th February to 3rd March. Another long-standing event now and again one held in Keswick each year. Discover new talent at the prestigious Osprey Short Film Awards, or take the opportunity to enjoy some old classics.

Book a Package Break in the Lake District

Plan your stay at Windermere Boutique Spa Suites, where you can also make the most of the Windermere Beauty Treatments and other facilities at the main hotel. Choose from one of three rooms – the Lake District Spa Suite, the Bowness Spa Suite or the Windermere Spa Suite.

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