Rheged, the village in the hill, is situated in a grass covered building near Penrith.
An international award winning visitor attraction, Rheged is the largest visitor attraction in the Lake District and takes its name from the old Celtic kingdom of Cumbria, which once stretched from Strathclyde in Scotland to Cheshire.
Rheged boasts major exhibitions, four gigantic movie screens, shops and artist galleries, 'Taste!' Food Bar, a restaurant, Tourist Information Centre, a children's indoor playground and free parking and is open all year round. It is well worth considering a visit, particularly if the weather is bad.