About Oxenholme Lake District Railway Station
Oxenholme Lake District Railway Station is a train station serving the Lake District village of Oxenholme, Cumbria. It was opened in 1847 on the Lancaster and Carlisle Railway, and served as an important junction in the early stages of British rail travel. Today, it’s managed by Virgin Trains.
The Lake District - England’s last patch of wilderness
The Lake District is one of the largest, and indeed the most popular, national parks in Britain. Year after year, millions of domestic and international visitors come here to pitch tents and explore its breath-taking hills, lakes, and waterfalls, hiking or cycling through the last true patch of wilderness in England. Aside from the stunning natural beauty and outdoor adventures, many visitors are also drawn to the Lake District’s connection with prominent literary figures, including Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Beatrix Potter.
Museum of Lakeland Life and Industry
If it’s your first time visiting the Lake District, be sure to pop into the Museum of Lakeland Life and Industry. A beloved local attraction dedicated to the Lake District, this museum will take you through the story of the mining, tanning, and farming industries that once characterised the area, and how bygone lives have shaped the beauty and culture of the national park we know today.
Looking for a cheap hotel Near Oxenholme Railway Station? Travelodge Kendal Hotel is just over 10 minutes away by car, and Travelodge Burton M6 Hotel can be reached in half an hour.