Keswick Market SquareKeswick , United Kingdom
Keswick Market Square
Our webcam shows the market square of the English fair town of Keswick. On the left in the online camera there is a beautiful architectural construction, the majestic building of the Keswick educational institution - Moot Hall, built in 1571.
The market square, which you see in the online broadcast, is serving as a market place for more than 740 years. Today, the market where our webcam is located is held on Saturdays and Thursdays. Watch the live stream camera these days and see active merchants and curious consumers.
The town of Keswick with our live camera is a small town with a population of about 5,200 people. It is visited by over 1.5 million people every year. The center of North Lakes, Keswick, is particularly popular with pedestrians, climbers and outdoor enthusiasts.
The English city, whose center you can see online, is located on the shores of Derwent Water Lake and Lake District. Here you will find the delightful Borrowdale Valley, just south of the Skiddaw Heights and Blencathra Hill, located to the north.
While walking through the city in our online live camera, go to Fitz Park on Station Road, where there is the Keswick Museum and Art Gallery. There are interesting temples in the city: St. John’s Church in the center of St. John’s Street and Crosthwaite Church.
The most beautiful views of Keswick's neighborhood, which main squares is seen online, opens from Latrigg Mountain.
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If you like to walk, we advise you to take the road to Walla Crag and back, passing the forest Friars Crag peninsula near Derwentwater Lake.
The most unusual attraction of this English region is the Castlerig Stone Circle with 40 various shapes and sizes volcanic stones, forming a circle with a diameter of 30 m (3200 BC). This beauty is located among magnificent mountains.
An excellent walking tour awaits you from Station Road along the path across the Threlkeld railway line. This trail goes to Threlkeld, 5 km from Keswick with our webcam.
Derwent Water Lake
The famous local Derwent Water Lake located at 5-minute walk south of Keswick, which you can see online stream. Just walk along Lake Road, bypassing the pedestrian tunnel. This lake is one of the most beautiful reservoirs, surrounded by rocks and small islands. The best way to get to know this beautiful place is by boat trip. At any time, you can leave the boat and go to any of the piers of Derwent Water and take a walk. Climb up to the best observation point - Cat Bells, located above the western shore of the lake.