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Hay Farm Heavy Horse Centre
#1 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Berwick upon Tweed
From the friendly welcome as I arrived, the fantastic views across the Northumberland countryside, the coffee and delicious homemade cake at very reasonable prices! to the reason I made the trip - the wonderful he...
... open carriages, ploughing exhibition, displays of complex heavy horse tack and equipment and of course the freedom to stroke these huge but self confidently gentle creatures...check out Hay web site for show days
The Elizabethan Walls
#2 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Berwick upon Tweed
... to sense this history of this border town, to enjoy the lovely wiews of the town, the sea, the estuary and the historic bridges; to take gentle exercise; and to spot all the other sights you will want to visit.
There's fabulous views also out to sea and across the Tweed estuary as well as the old barracks, the rare Cromwellian parish church and of course the large detached house which the famous painter L S Lowry decided...
Paxton House
#3 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Berwick upon Tweed
What a genuine site Paxton house wonderful grounds excellent staff and worth every penny the house tour is well worth a tour guide is outstanding
Lovely grounds outside as well - there is a nice two mile walk round the estate with fantastic views over the Tweed and into England.
Royal Border Bridge
#4 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Berwick upon Tweed
The one hour leisurely riverside walk is also recommended as it winds along several gardens, medieval walls and the remains of Berwick's castle whilst offering unrivalled views from Berwick of all three bridges.
This huge impressive structure dominates the town and the Tweed river providing a landmark transition close to the border, terrific views when travelling over and easily viewed from the old road bridge to the east...
Berwick-upon-Tweed Barracks and Main Guard
#5 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Berwick upon Tweed
For anyone at all interested in military history, this is certainly a 'must visit' site.
Interesting English Heritage site with 3 Museums
Union Suspension Bridge
#6 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Berwick upon Tweed
One can enjoy truly beautiful views both from the bridge and of it by walking along the banks for the river - from the end of the bridge, one can walk five miles to Berwick on Tweed seeing wildlife, for example sw...
Apart from the architecture and history of the bridge itself, it provides a magnificent view of the River Tweed, which is wide and curving at that point.
Berwick Upon Tweed Castle & Ramparts
#7 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Berwick upon Tweed
Amazing to see all the original ramparts and gun emplacements and read the notice boards explaining how and when they worked, well worth the walk and the views are superb!
We started with walk on the top of Elizabethan ramparts and the view from there is excellent.
Berwick Lighthouse
#8 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Berwick upon Tweed
This can of course be windswept but on a good day you will have superb views out to the open sea and back towards the attractive streets of houses on the shore.
Great landmark within a lovely town.
Church of the Holy Trinity
#9 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Berwick upon Tweed
Time for the trees to be trimmed as its hard to get a proper view.
Shielfield Park
#10 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Berwick upon Tweed
Great to view from the straights or the corners to get a different perspective on the racing lines.
Scotland-England Border
#11 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Berwick upon Tweed
Lowick War Memorial
#12 of 12 Sights & Landmarks in Berwick upon Tweed
Norham Castle Norham 6.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Norham
The Great Tower is fairly intact and you can access the upper floors via a sturdy stone spiral staircase to see the detail up close and for a birds eye view over the ruins.
Although the site is free to visit, there are plenty of well placed information boards describing the history of the castle and its dominating Keep.
Gunsgreen House Eyemouth, UK 7.6 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Eyemouth
Spent thee nights with family celebrating sisters birthday Beautiful location Interesting history about this landmark building Comfortable rooms and gives you a sense of past life Well worth a visit for groups of...
Comfortable and spacious accomodation, great views and a relaxed atmosphere.