Take a few deep breaths. Back to nature or back in time, here in the Heart of Hadrian's Wall Country you can get to know your Reiver ancestry, explore Roman forts or walk chunks of the Wall. You don't need to do it all at once! It's all there for you to see, as and when you want. Over centuries man and nature have battled over this landscape and the scars are there still for you to explore.

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Tynemouth Castle and Priory on the coast of North East England was once one of the...
Edlingham Castle dates mainly from the 14th century, although a manor house of the...
A hugely important structure in Newcastle's history, Newcastle Castle has had a ch...
The pre-Norman history of the site at Warkworth is still not entirely clear, but i...
For 450 years Norham Castle, first built in the 12th century, was one of the great...
Set in the charming village of Etal by a ford over the River Till, this Northumber...
An awe-inspiring sight, Dunstanburgh Castle stands proudly at the edge of the coas...
Bamburgh Castle has a long and fascinating history, with the area being occupied f...
The Sill features exhibitions, learning & event spaces, café, a world-class Youth ...
The largest Iron Age hill fort in Northumberland, Yeavering Bell sits at the top o...
The Sill is the UK’s National Landscape Discovery Centre at Once Brewed in the Nor...
Free to enter, this is a firm favourite for both North East residents and visitors...
The Great North Museum: Hancock was purpose built in Newcastle as a natural histor...
One of the best-preserved turrets on the line of Hadrian's Wall, with a stretch of...
The birthplace of Thomas Bewick, the cottage and farmhouse of Bewick is perhaps No...
Thriving communities built up around Hadrian's Wall, with settlements and forts be...
Meadery and Tasting Room open Saturdays 11am-2pm Come sample Northumberland's answ...
You are welcome to visit my fine art gallery, where I paint, teach and display my ...
Offering Self-Guided Walking Tours in England, Scotland and Ireland.
This quaint small stone cottage was built circa 1760 to accommodate mining familie...
Beamish is a wonderful place that brings history to life but you must allow a full...

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Glendale Pool is a self contained, indoor, heated swimming pool, available for pri...
The Cumbrian Coast Line, as its name suggests, hugs the scenic coastline between C...
This historic and scenic route was one of the last main line railways built in Bri...
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Vindolanda is a fascinating Roman fort and civilian settlement lying just to the s...
The North of England’s double gold award winning narrow gauge railway winding from...
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The Hadrian’s Wall corridor, which extends west, from South Shields on the North E...
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A huge range of outdoor activities for your adventuring pleasure. Whether it's a p...
With an unparalleled history dating back to 1725, spectacular scenery and a truly ...
The Weardale Railway, situated in County Durham, was a mothballed branch line from...
This is the most recent of the heritage railways in the area and only opened in 20...
A 15” gauge steam railway running from Heatherslaw, 6.4km to Etal Village - a retu...
The Eden Valley Railway is based at Warcop in Cumbria (or Westmorland, in old mone...
On the Cumbrian Coast line you could consider alighting at Ravensglass and enjoy a...
England’s most northerly and least populated National Park is 400 square miles of ...
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Close House is the home of the world's only 2 Lee Westwood golf courses, 16 suite-...
The Stainmore Railway is based at the Kirkby Stephen East Heritage Centre and is o...
A magnificent early Victorian building which faces Hexham Abbey. From its christen...
This historic railway is sited south of Gateshead in Springwell village just east ...
The National Nature Reserve at Greenlee Lough A birdhide and boardwalk through the...
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Broomley Grange sits in 22 acres of private grounds - an outdoor activity centre f...
The Museum is located on the 1825 route of the Stockton & Darlington Railway, the ...
The Shildon branch of the National Railway Museum is well worth a visit. It is bas...
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Founded in 1909, and designed by James Braid, Brampton Golf Course is blessed with...
Re-live the glorious days of the steam railway at Stephenson Railway Museum in Nor...
The routes of several closed lines can still be easily followed with bridges and s...
Redefest is a community cultural and music festival that runs for one day in Augus...
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A popular choice for Scottish and English schools and non-school groups, Dukeshous...
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With plenty of space for little ones to run, jump, climb, and crawl to their heart...
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