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#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Stamfordham

Wallington Hall

Morpeth 8.3 mi away
#1 of 8 Sights & Landmarks in Morpeth
Fantastic place in lovely countryside The walled garden is worth the entry alone with it's extensive grounds and incredible variety (there' also a little tea hut in the centre to stop and have a quick snack and fe...
Plenty of parking available, an informative visitor center (I cannot praise enough the staff in the visitor center for their helpfulness and friendliness), acres of woodland to explore, a well preserved and decora...
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Belsay
Every part of the buildings and grounds were stunning - from the echoing old house, through the well-preserved castle, the beautifully-kept formal gardens through to the amazing twisted trees and cliffs of the qua...
His grandson Sir Arthur Middleton, likewise a pioneering plantsman, added the Winter Garden, Yew Garden and Magnolia Terrace, and planted red, purple and white rhododendrons in the Rhododendron Garden.

Grainger Town

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 11.5 mi away
#7 of 43 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Right next to each other you have the Arcade with lovely shops and architecture and Grey’s Monument (the top of Grey Street) lots and lots of shops (including the Grainger Market with some great bakery and coffee...
The highlights I would say are the Central Arcade, which is beautiful inside, and the Grainger Market with its large selection of shops and cafes.
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Newcastle Cathedral

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 11.6 mi away
#6 of 43 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Gorgeous stained glass windows, mostly late 19th and 20th century but also 3 modern windows; many war memorials (from India, Boer War, WWI and WWII); regimental colors of the Northumberland Fusiliers with plaques...
Fabulous 15th century font, beautiful blend of masonic architecture and wooden stalls and screens, the cathedral is small in direct comparison to the grand cathedral's throughout England but nevertheless it is equ...
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St. Mary's Cathedral

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 11.4 mi away
#9 of 43 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Very nice cathederal to visit So much stained glass to see Beautiful colours telling so many stories Hugh organ which would be worth hearing Nice place
It is open all day long, has daily Mass and there is a cafe/restaurant and a bookshop to explore.
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