Cumbria tourists and pilgrims 

Cumbria is a unique part of the world, housing two UNESCO World Heritage sites; two National Parks and two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, it welcomes millions of tourists. 

Our church buildings provide an amazing glimpse into our history and there is growing interest by visitors for their architecture, art and musical heritage, as well as their spiritual presence.

Do you have a church trail you wish to promote?

Or if your church is open and you want to be included on the ExploreChurches website please contact The Churches Trust for Cumbria

If you would like to explore ways in which you can engage visitors spiritually, contact Mike Talbot

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