Ruskin Museum

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Ruskin Museum

Originally founded in 1901, the Ruskin Museum is an amazing little treasure chest of curiosities which tells the story of Coniston from the makers of early tools in the stone age through to the modern age as typified by the daring exploits of former speed record holder Donald Campbell.

Named in honour of Victorian polymath and pioneer John Ruskin, the museum is set in the beautiful Coniston village between Coniston Water and the Yewdale Fells – and is well worth a visit every time you find yourself in the Lake District.

Advantage Club Partners – our Advantage Club members get 10% off admission

How to find Ruskin Museum

The Ruskin Museum
LA21 8DU

015394 41164


Distance from park
6.0 miles (approx. 18 mins)

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Accessible location Accessible venue
There is step free access throughout Ruskin Museum.