The Tale of Peter Rabbit

Follow Peter Rabbit, the mischievous little bunny, into Mr. McGregor’s garden for delicious British recipes inspired by Beatrix Potter’s tale.

Bring Beatrix Potter’s story home with Peter Rabbit table-setting ideas, or encourage the gardener in your life with gift ideas and garden inspiration. If you’re planning your visit to the Lake District, use our detailed itinerary to walk in the footsteps of the author and her iconic furry friends.

“You may go into the fields or down the lane, but don’t go into Mr. McGregor’s garden.”

The Tale of Peter Rabbit, Beatrix Potter

The Tale of Peter Rabbit

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Beatrix Potter

Beatrix Potter was an English author and illustrator born in 1866 in London. Best known for her children’s books featuring animals, such as “The Tale of Peter Rabbit,” Potter grew up cultivating a passion for drawing and studying nature. Observing flora and fauna and honing her drawing skills led her to develop a distinctive illustration style that combined accuracy in the whimsical scenes she created.

Potter’s career began with “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” in 1902, But her legacy has stretched far beyond the world of literature. She purchased fifteen farms and preserved over 4,000 acres of countryside in the Lake District which was bequeathed to the National Trust when she passed away, leaving it protected for generations to come.