Clock by Porthouse of Penrith, is a 30 hour long case marriage clock, made around 1770. It forms part of Penrith and Eden Museum collection.
The Duke of Monmouth's key was found in his pocket after he was beheaded in 1685, it was presented to Penrith Museum in 1922 by Sir Richard and Lady Musgrave.
The Elephant's tooth on display in the Museum was found in 1921 in Penrith Castle moat by the Ministry of Works. The date of the tooth is unknown.
Jacob Thompson 1806-1879 was a Penrith artist. His works include The Hope Beyond and The Downfall of Pride, which are on display in Penrith and Eden Museum.
John Dodd commemorative snuff box recalls when he and his horse and cart were saved by his dog Rolla. The snuff box is part of the Museum’s collection
The Musgrave family of Edenhall are largely remembered today as the original owners of the legendary 'Luck of Eden Hall'
Posy ring and brooches
Pewter Chargers, large plates made by Abraham Crawley of Penrith, who was working between 1720 and 1760.
Francis Percy Toplis was born at Sanforth Street, Chesterfield, on 22 August 1896, the son of Herbert and Rejoice Elizabeth Toplis
Newby Roman coin hoard consists of over 600 bronze Roman coins recently found at Newby near Shap.
Roman and Romano-Alexandrian coins found in the vicinity of Low Borrow Bridge Roman Fort near Tebay, Cumbria were donated to Penrith and Eden Museum.
Roman gold jewellery possibly second to the third century AD which formed part of a necklace or bracelet, or possibly an ear-ring.
A silver pilgrim badge dating from the late 15 or early 16 century discovered in a garden at Bolton, near Appleby.
William Jameson was a champion in the Cumberland-style of wrestling. His trophies, including prize wrestling belts, can be seen at Penrith Museum.
Trooper William Pearson, his Crimean war medals, and an account of his part in The Charge of the Light Brigade
Letter of Trooper Pearson
Westmorland and Cumberland Yeomanry gives an account of the origin and development of a local militia.
Admiral Robert Wauchope's geological collection helped to establish the Penrith Museum in 1883