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The Ruskin Museum is acclaimed by the Rough Guide to The Lake District, as `the most thought-provoking in the Lakes´. Telling the story of Coniston from the Stone Age to the Jet Era, it provides a masterly introduction to Coniston´s two blue-eyed boys, John Ruskin, (Britain´s greatest critic of art and architecture, who became a subversive critic of society and radical political economist), and the Speed Ace and `Boy´s Own´ hero, Donald Campbell, who broke seven World Water Speed Records, four on Coniston Water, in his Bluebird K7 hydroplane. Copper, slate, sheep, geology and lace complete the picture.
Information on The Ruskin Museum , Yewdale Road , Coniston
|Opening Times:||Until Sunday 11 Nov 2012, Daily 10:00-17:30, Weds 14 Nov 2012 to Mar 2013, Weds to Sun 10:30-15:30. Mid Mar 2013 onwards, Daily 10:00-17:30. Last entry 45 minutes before closing. Closed 24-26 Dec & 1 Jan 2013.|
|Admission:||(2012) Adult £5.25, Child £2.50, Child (under 5) Free, Family £14.00. Group rates available.|
|Child Friendly:||Children of all ages welcome (Over 5, must be accompanied by a responsible adult)|
|Location:||Near village centre, on Yewdale Road, three minute walk from main car park and Tourist Information Centre.|
Coach Parties by appointment, Full Disabled Access, Guided Tours, Introductory Talks for specialist groups by arrangement; guided walks on Coniston's literary/cultural heritage for groups by arrangement, Parking Availability, Parking for disabled visitors on-site, Shop
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