Fell Foot

Important notice -

In line with government guidance we’re open to local visitors. Please follow social distancing measures to keep everyone safe. Our café and shop are shut and our phone lines are temporarily down, so please contact us via fellfoot@nationaltrust.org.uk

Lakeshore park with stunning mountain views

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Fell Foot

What's on

Please book ahead before visiting

The meadow and parkland at Fell Foot are open. You’ll need to book tickets before you visit. Please stay local if possible and avoid creating hotspots. Members can book for free, while non-members will need to pay when booking. We'll be releasing tickets every Friday, and you can book your tickets until 3pm the day before you visit. Please note we’ll be turning people away who arrive and haven't booked. We're looking forward to welcoming you back.

Upcoming events

Timed car parking at Fell Foot (1 Mar -7 Mar)

Fri 05 Mar 2021
10:00-15:00
Book your timed car parking at Fell Foot

Timed car parking at Fell Foot (8 Mar -14 Mar)

Mon 08 Mar 2021
10:00-15:00
Book your timed car parking at Fell Foot
Fell Foot

Things to see and do

Fell Foot

Our work

A felled tree showing a hollow, blackened inside caused by the disease

Dealing with ash dieback at Fell Foot

If you've been to Fell Foot recently, it's likely that you noticed some felled trees around the park. Here's everything you need to know about what's happening.

Fell Foot

Get involved

Visitors at Fell Foot Park in 1980

Fell Foot's Oral History Project 

Do you have memories of Fell Foot from times gone by? If so, we’d love to hear from you.

Fell Foot

History

Colonel Ridehalgh

Fell Foot's former glory 

Fell Foot was once the dramatic setting for a prestigious Lake District villa and has been significant as a recreational estate for over two centuries. Let's introduce the previous owners of this estate.