Cumbria Police have received 135 knives from people across the county during a week-long surrender.
It took place between Monday 12 and Sunday 18 February as part of a national campaign to tackle knife crime.
In West Cumbria, 63 knives were handed in, followed by North Cumbria with 62, and South Cumbria with 10.
Police say many of the knives were kitchen or trade knives, but there were also some "antique and dangerous weapons".
The knives will now be destroyed.
Superintendent Mark Pannone said: