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Be drawn to the Pencil Museum.

pencils - Be drawn to the Pencil Museum. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: £4.25 (adult) Time: 2 hours
Keswick's Pencil Museum has everything you ever dreamed of about pencils: the oldest pencil, the world's longest colour pencil, and artistic demonstrations to make the most out of your pencil. Visit one of Britain's more quirky museums - and you can even buy a pencil to take home with you.
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BOWNESS-ON-WINDERMERE
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54.36331, -2.91859


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