St Andrews Church
Penrith's name derives from an old Celtic word meaning 'red fell', and the area's crimson sandstone is clear to see in many of the...
The ruins of Penrith Castle loom on the edge of town opposite the train station. Built in the 14th century by William Strickland (later...
Cunningly disguised as a Lakeland hill 2 miles west of Penrith, this visitor centre houses an Imax cinema and temporary exhibitions....
Four & Twenty
Proper fine dining with a reasonable price tag is the modus operandi at this fine bistro, which blends sleek decor with rustic wood,...
6-7 Market Sq · interesting places nearby
JJ Graham information
There's been a grocer here since 1793 and this endearingly old-fashioned deli is still the place to pick up treats like local cheeses, homemade chutneys and loose leaf teas.