Cumberland Pencil Museum

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Enter the museum through a replica of the Seathwaite Mine, where graphite was first discovered, journey through the history of pencil making, marvel at the world's longest pencil. At the Cumberland Pencil Museum you can journey through the history of pencils and pencil making, enjoy being creative in our Drawing Zone

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Car

From M6 Junction 40.
Follow signs for A66 Keswick. Ignore first sign for Keswick after approximately 16 miles. Continue on the A66 to the next roundabout take first exit. Continue to T junction turn left towards Keswick Town Centre. You will now see the factory on your left. Take first left and follow the signs to the museum.

Train

Our nearest train station is Penrith approximately 17 miles away. It is on the West Coast Main Line and is regularly served by trains from the north and south. A bus service taking approximately 40 minutes connects Penrith Station with Keswick Bus Station. Keswick Taxis will meet trains by prior arrangement.

Bus

The main bus station is located approximately 5 minutes walk away. There are regular bus services to and from Keswick from the surrounding area.

Admission

Opening times:
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
09:30 - 17:0009:30 - 17:0009:30 - 17:0009:30 - 17:0009:30 - 17:0009:30 - 17:0009:30 - 17:00

Prices:
AdultChildOAPStudentFamily (2 Adults and 3 Children)
£3.25£1.75£1.75£2.50£8.25

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Contact

Address: Cumberland Pencil Museum, Southey Works, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 5NG, UK
Phone: +44 17687 73626

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