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#1 of 7 things to do in Wooler
... village its a short drive past houses then narrow road into the countryside.Come across a good size car park on the right.There are many walks starting from here.Long walks for the fit and agile or a lovely sh...
... places to hike...it offers a bleak kind of beauty that's rare in these days, you can hike from the car park and head over the hills without seeing another person for hours (or in my case until the following da...
#3 of 7 things to do in Wooler
The RAF memorial is worth a visit.
Worth a visit and hope for a fine day.
#2 of 15 things to do in Seahouses
Whether it’s wandering along the cliff top paths; or serenely strolling along the endless miles of unspoiled beaches; or calmly walking or cycling along the coastal path this is a magnificent gem of scenery, natur...
Top sights - Holy Island, Farne Islands, Bamburgh Castle, Alnwick Garden & Castle, Chilligham wild cattle, Cragside, Hadrians Wall, Craster Kippers, Dunstanburgh Castle, Alnmouth etc..
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Grace Darling Museum

Bamburgh 12.2 mi away
#4 of 9 things to do in Bamburgh
great selection of artefacts from Grace's life really brings the exhibition to as well as the time lines and video and of course the helpful staff pointing out where to fins the cottage and memorial in the graveyard
Excellent free museum telling the fascinating story of Grace Darling an amazing tale of heroism in early Victorian England.

Andy Howeys Birds of Prey Centre

Berwick upon Tweed 10.2 mi away
#1 of 30 things to do in Berwick upon Tweed
Wonderful been going here for last four years, Great for the kids as well as educational let’s the children conquer some of the fears of creepy crawlers and other animals well worth a visit.
Tucked away inside, but on the edge of the large caravan site (took us a few minutes to find the entrance) this is an excellent experience with knowledgeable friendly staff who have plenty of time for all visitors.

Ross Back Sands Beach

Bamburgh 11.1 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Bamburgh
... rewarded by stunning sandy beaches with lots of space and very few people With unspoilt views to Holy Island to your left and Bamburgh Castle to your right When we walked we could see a couple of seals who occ...
Spent the day sunbathing naturist style on a nice slope in the dunes, which sheltered me from the gentle breeze and gave a great view of the beach.

St Aiden Beach

Bamburgh 12.4 mi away
#3 of 9 things to do in Bamburgh
We love walking along the beach that stretches from Seahouses to Bambrurgh, it's a fantastic beach thats very popular with families and dog walkers alike, very clean with fantastic views towards the Farne Islands...
... that's 3mile of beach.Dog friendly and proper sand dunes.Finally the best bit- the view, Spectacular!!! Bamburgh castle on one side and the Carne Islands on the other with Holy Island in the distance.A must visit

Bamburgh Beach

Bamburgh 12.4 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Bamburgh
The walk to bamburgh along the beach is stunning, you can see holy island, bamburgh castle and the carne islands as well as the seabirds, sounds of the sea and lovely sandy beach.
The exposed nature of the coast means the wind can be bracing but that's part of the attraction: dress for the weather and you will have hours of pleasure walking along this stunning beach, enjoying the scenery an...

Church of Saint Aidan Bamburgh

Bamburgh 12.2 mi away
#5 of 9 things to do in Bamburgh
Beautiful stained glass windows and memorials - especially to St Aidan and to Grace Darling ( her grave is also outside in the graveyard) Well worth a visit.
The church Graveyard contains the tomb of Grace Darling, and also the graves of the Darling Family.

Cocklawburn Beach

Berwick upon Tweed 12.9 mi away
#4 of 30 things to do in Berwick upon Tweed
A very short drive from the A1 just south of Berwick, this sandy beach is quiet and unspoilt.
Lovely beach, gorgeous scenery and an ice cream van at car park area ,, worth a visit

Serenity Farne Island Boat Tours

Seahouses 13.7 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Seahouses
Expert commentary, great information about the sea life and birds from Jimmy, Beautiful sunny day, very comfortable boat Really efficient and friendly staff on phone and at the kiosk, Highly recommend this company...
Great trip with Serenity - very comfortable boat most helpful crew good information helpful and polite See the Farne Islands with Serenity and to be sure book in advance!

The Black Swan Hotel

Belford 8.0 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Belford
Excellent food with plenty of choice , lovely friendly hosts and friendly comfortable atmosphere in the heart of the village of Belford.
... we had a meal there on our last night and it was excellent , well cooked and presented and so tasty, the pub is dog friendly and the locals are lovely ,the two doges that live there alfie and dillon were so fr...

Heatherslaw Light Railway

Cornhill on Tweed 7.3 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Cornhill on Tweed
... set along side the river great views of the surrounding countryside .The only drawback was the heavy rain but still the railway ran as normal with the staff being very friendly and helpful well worth a visit
Enjoyed a wonderful 4 mile ride through the countryside to Etal where we had a tour round Etal Castle owned by English Heritage before catching the train back and viewing the model railway display.

Flodden Battlefield

Cornhill on Tweed 9.2 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in Cornhill on Tweed
There is a good car park opposite Branxton Church (well worth visiting whilst you are there !) with a good path leading up to the monument which overlooks the battlefield.
There is a Scots/English mass grave in the local Branxton Church and a very useful guide book to the battle published and sold locally with all proceeds going to the church
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Walk This Way - Military Surplus Store

Coldstream, UK 11.8 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Coldstream
Great shop with loads on display Packed with all sorts of stuff from uniforms to handy dandy bits and pieces You can find all sorts of really useful stuff for the great outdoors etc. Well worth a visit for the war...
After venturing inside the store it is a wonderful museum down stairs full of world war memorabilia and we'll worth a visit if you are in Coldstream.

Bamburgh Castle

Bamburgh 12.0 mi away
#6 of 9 things to do in Bamburgh
Walked along the beach to the castle so glad we did it's well worth a visit brilliant to look round and see all the amazing rooms, coffee shop was great as were the views, guides were very knowledgeable loved it
... Hall.....very impressive....They are in Great company as you access the courtyard en route to the Cafe.....stop and admire the Absolutely Breathtaking views of Bamburghs Stunning beach(we built sandcastles Lol...
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Heatherslaw Corn Mill

Cornhill on Tweed 8.1 mi away
#3 of 3 things to do in Cornhill on Tweed
This attraction sits within a bigger complex of shops, cafes and other attractions and is a fantastic place to explore and within easy reach of Ford, Etal and Norham castles and Berwick.
Plenty of choice of choice but decided on the Bread Making Gift Pack which we thought was great value for the money as it comes with a selection of four 500 g packs of different flours Yeast and Recipes plus a Stu...
#3 of 6 things to do in Belford
The pilgrims way causeway walk to holy island is a walk I have always promised myself I would do as it is one carried out by pilgrims over the last 1000 years and is quite unique in that you can do it barefoot.
I did two walks with Patrick last week, the highlight of which was the Pilgrims Walk to Holy Island.
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Lady Waterford Hall

Berwick upon Tweed 6.5 mi away
#12 of 30 things to do in Berwick upon Tweed
... is warmer so we can explore the grounds and village more thoroughly.It cost us about £3 each to go into the hall.We did a combined ticket with the water mill 1 mile down the road which is well worth a visit.
Lady Waterford part of the Irish Glass family who live at the Castle and was known as a gifted artist of the Victoria era painted around the walls scenes from The Bible using the local people and children for her...

Belford Museum

Belford 8.0 mi away
#4 of 6 things to do in Belford
Called in here for a quick visit & spent over an hour here (although at first thought it was closed) - the museum is unattended-As we have relations who lived at Middleton Hall nearby (John Towlerton Leather) is w...
Well worth a visit if you're in the area and have an interest in local history.

Linhope Spout

Ingram 7.2 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Ingram
The waterfall itself is worth a visit it was a quiet day when we went and sat at the riverside had our picnic and listened to and watched the birds and the sound of the waterfall was very soothing.
Cars can get to the farm and you’ll need to park up and walk.

Church of the Holy Trinity

Berwick upon Tweed 6.0 mi away
#17 of 30 things to do in Berwick upon Tweed

St Cuthbert's Cave

Belford 5.9 mi away
#5 of 6 things to do in Belford
The cave is set in sandstone rock and it is believed that the monks of Holy Island (Lindisfarne) brought St Cuthbert to this place to hide around AD875 when Viking raids had occurred on Lindisfarne.
A lovely walk up through farmland and woodland to some hidden caves set within a forest.

Etal Castle

Etal 8.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Etal
... built on a grand scale) but with lots of information, amazing views, scenery (England's most famous painter, Turner loved this place and visited here on many occasions) and history, it's well worth a visit.
We then wandered up to the castle which while small was peaceful and well worth a visit.