The tourist hub of the northern Lake District in England, Keswick is a popular destination for walks and hikes. Nearby is the Castlerigg Stone Circle, a sacred Neolithic site, and Skiddaw and Catbells are popular hills (or fells) for walking. Keswick has several unique museums: a Victorian museum features the famous Musical Stones of Skiddaw, the Keswick Museum and Art Gallery displays local works, Cars of the Stars immortalises cars from film and television, and the Cumberland Pencil Museum chronicles over 350 years of pencil-making. Keswick was, historically, a market town, and there is still a bustling market each Saturday around the Market Square at Moot Hall. The town hosts a number of events in the summer, including a beer festival, film festival and jazz festival. Another popular attraction in Keswick is the Theatre by the Lake, which stages performances all year round.