Muncaster Sausage Festival

Muncaster Castle, near Ravenglass
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Muncaster Sausage Festival!

Sausage-shaped family fun is guaranteed at the Muncaster Sausage Festival. There’ll be demos, tastings, food and drink stalls, music, even a sausage dog competition. And don’t forget to cast your vote for the best meat or vegan sausage.

Bangers, snags, snorkers – whatever you call them, you’ll find plenty of them at the Muncaster Sausage Festival. Sausage makers from across our green and pleasant land will descend on Muncaster to show off their sausages, all hoping theirs is voted the best. You can taste the shortlisted snorkers and vote for the tastiest at the Sausage Monument.

There’ll also be local sausage makers, a vegan sausage stand, activities for children and lots more – not to mention the delights of historic, haunted Muncaster Castle and its 70 acres of gardens too. Visit the Hawk & Owl Centre, watch the bird of prey flying displays, let the kids loose on the adventure playground, and then pick up some Muncaster merch in the gift shop – it’s a great day out for the whole family.

Want to wake up to bangers for breakfast in the Lake District? 

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Muncaster Castle, near Ravenglass

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Lakeland Retreats do not run this event. For accurate, up to date information, please contact the organiser.
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