Find and contact the Museum
Museum opening hours
Geology Gallery closure
The Geology Gallery will remain closed until further notice. You can find information about the Gallery in our virtual tour on the Museum blog - www.penrithmuseumblog.com
Finding the Museum
Penrith and Eden Museum is next to Penrith Tourist Information Centre. They are both in the former Robinson's School building on Middlegate, Penrith. The Museum is a short walk from Penrith Town Centre, the Bus Station, Penrith Blue Bell Lane car park and a slightly longer walk from Penrith North Lakes Railway Station.
Penrith and Eden Museum, Robinson's School, Middlegate, Penrith, Cumbria CA11 7PT
Directions to the Museum
On foot from Penrith town centre:
- The Museum is just a few minutes' walk from the centre of Penrith.
- Follow King Street (heading past the George Hotel on your right) and onto Middlegate.
- Continue along Middlegate and you will see the Tourist Information Centre and Penrith and Eden Museum on your right.
By public transport:
Find out about bus services in Eden. The Museum is a short walk from Penrith Bus Station.
Go to Penrith (North Lakes) Station on the National Rail Enquiries website to find out how to get to Penrith by train. Penrith is on the main West Coast London to Glasgow railway line.
Book a cycle locker at Penrith Tourist Information Centre. The cycle lockers are secure and are outside the Museum and Tourist Information Centre. Penrith is on the C2C cycle route.
Disc zone parking is available on-street. Parking is for 1 to 2 hours around the streets of Penrith. Discs are available from local shops and businesses.
Pay and display car parks for longer stay parking.
Penrith town centre map:
To help you find us, view the Penrith Town Centre map. You can find the Museum by the information 'i' symbol.
Access to the Museum is through Penrith Tourist Information Centre.
Find out about level access to the Museum for wheelchairs, buggies, and anyone who finds it difficult to go up and down steps.
Contact the Museum
Penrith and Eden Museum curators are responsible for the day-to-day running of the Museum. You can contact them, on weekdays, using the details below.