St. Mary's church is medieval in origin, repaired in the 18th century and with a tower added in the 1820s. It is a Grade II* listed building and lies on the Cumbria Way walk.  Sebergham Bridge dates from 1689 and Bell Bridge from 1772: both are Grade II listed.
Sebergham Castle is a farmhouse, formerly known as Colerigg Hall, transformed into a Gothick folly in the late eighteenth century. A mile to the south-west of the village is Warnell Hall, a fortified house which is now a farmhouse. It was built in the 16th century incorporating part of a 14th-century pele tower.
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