Low Hall is an ideal location to explore the Lake District and the Furness Peninsula,
there is a wealth of places to visit and explore.

South Lakes Wild Animal Park
This is an active conservation park with partnerships all over the world to save animals and their habitats. Meet Tigers, Lions, Lemurs, Rhino, Giraffes, Cheetah, Monkeys, Apes and over 100 other species.
Grizedale Forest
From the all access Ridding Wood trail to the demanding Silurian Way, from the Cafe to the Sculpture trails, Grizedale Forest Park offers an unrivalled day out for everyone.
Dock Museum
Discover how a tiny nineteenth century hamlet came to be the biggest iron and steel centre in the world and a major shipbuilding force in just 40 years.
Ulverston Town
Discover how a tiny nineteenth century hamlet came to be the biggest iron and steel centre in the world and a major shipbuilding force in just 40 years.
Holker Hall
Award winning gardens, 125-acre deer park, adventure playground, gift shop and café. Voted best Family Attraction of the Year 2003.
Aquarium of the Lakes
From mountaintop to Morecambe Bay the Aquarium of the Lakes takes you on an amazing voyage of discovery.
Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway
2002 Most popular attraction on the Western Lake District..
Muncaster Castle
Haunted castle; one of the country’s largest collection of Rhododendrons; Owl centre; children’s playground; extensive gardens.
Other links that may be of interest;

Charming and luxurious restaurant in the Lake District - Beswicks Restaurant - Broughton in Furness

Things to do in Cumbria Coast

Ashness Bridge
Ashness Bridge
Buttermere
Buttermere
Bowness
Bowness
Hawkshead
Hawkshead
Wasdale
Wasdale
'Britain's Favourite View'

The above list is only the beginning. There is much more to see and do in The Lake District - all within easy reach: Lakeside & Haverthwaite Railway, Windermere Lake Cruises, Coniston, Hawkshead, Ambleside, Bowness, Fell Foot Park, Kendal, Keswick, Ulpha etc etc...