The Keswick webcam in the town centre streams live from Keswick Market Square. Ten other great Keswick webcams are slightly further down the page,
On all devices go to full screen mode (top right corner function) to see fantastic detail and experience being right in the centre of Keswick Market Square.
When viewing demand is very high it may take a few seconds for the webcam to load. Thank you.
The Keswick town centre webcam view shows the Moot Hall to the left of the screen and the whole lower side of the main Market Square, to Derwent Close with the Lakeland fells behind.
It is situated above The Ladybug: Designer and Lake District jewellery, who kindly also provide the necessary services.
The image below shows a screenshot of the view of the Saturday Market, taken in summer 2019.
Keswick is a small town with a population of around 5,200 which is host to over 1.5 million visitors every year. The centre of the North Lakes, Keswick is particularly popular with walkers, climbers and outdoor activity visitors.
The Market Square has been the location for the Keswick Market for over 740 years. The market is held on Saturdays throughout the year and on Thursdays from mid February to December. It cannot “stand” during high winds so our live stream webcam is a very useful tool to see if the market is on.Related pages:
The official Visit Cumbria webcam in Keswick is supplied, installed, preset patrols set, monitored, maintained & sponsored by Owen Bayliss.With particular thanks to:
- The Ladybug, exclusive designer jewellery & gifts, well worth a visit.
- Trudi Ford & family
Screenshots from the Keswick Webcam
Santa arrives at the Keswick Victorian Fayre. 1st December 2019.
Keswick’s last few hours in the EU on an overcast January afternoon. 31st January 2020
The calm before the storm. Blue skies over Keswick. 7th February 2020
Storm Ciara blows into Keswick. 8th February 2020
After a month of storms it’s so good to see the full Thursday Market back – and the blue skies. 5th March 2020
Even the rough weather doesn’t stop this waving couple on the phone (bottom right) from making their own unique Keswick Webcam ‘facetime call’. 7th March 2020.
The day the UK woke up to a changed world: first full day of lockdown, 24th March 2020.
Easter Bank Holiday Monday in Keswick: an eerie post-apocalyptical emptiness. Tens of thousands of people tuned in from around the world to view the empty Market Square. 13th April 2020
More screenshots coming soon…