One of Windermere's 'architectural gems' is inviting the public inside its walls as part of an arts and crafts fair.

The Blackwell House in Bowness will be hosting the event on Friday, November 17, between 10:00am and 4:00pm.

Whilst exhibitors are yet to be announced, visitors will get the chance to explore the building as well as the fair promoting local artisans.

The tickets, costing £6 for adults and £3 for children, will also grant access to current Halima Cassell Reflections exhibition.

The Grade 1 listed building was designed by noted architect Mackay Hugh Baillie Scott and draws influences from the late 19th century architectural movement of arts and crafts.

This was an attempt to re-establish the skills of craftsmanship threatened by  industrialisation, a narrative that will be showcased by the fair.

Tickets for the event, along with annual passes for the house, are available through their website.