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#1 of 2 things to do in Henshaw
... the high point of a recent trip to England, and my husband and I are most grateful to him for a fascinating day spent delving into the artifacts and lives of ancient Romans stationed at the edge of their Empire.
Peter is an excellent guide - a great communicator, natural teacher and inspirational historian.
#2 of 2 things to do in Henshaw
There is short walk of a couple of 100 metres or so on a gravelled path from the car park on fairly level ground to a viewpoint to see the crags, lake and the Wall climbing and falling along the escarpment.
Within a very short stroll there is a section of the wall with some stunning scenery - it is a bit of a climb but well worth the effort.
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Hexham Abbey

Hexham, UK 10.6 mi away
#3 of 32 things to do in Hexham
Huge, awe-inspiring abbey in the middle of Hexham Lots of interesting historical and ecclesiastical artefacts and decorations Free entry but they ask for a donation Excellent gift shop Good cafe Very helpful staff...
... day before, to see the actual Roman cavalry tombstone reproduced at the Corbridge museum, stones from Corbridge used throughout the Abbey and the tombs of the medieval owners of Prudhoe was a great connection.

Hareshaw Linn

Bellingham, UK 10.7 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Bellingham
... over a few ups and down paths and some steps, takes around 2 hours round trip depending on how many stops you take, plenty of seats along the way and you are rewarded with a beautiful waterfall at the end
This is a lovely walk - but make sure you keep going right to the end of the path - there are a couple of smaller waterfalls on the way - but you need to go right to the end for the big waterfall.


Hexham, UK 1.1 mi away
#2 of 32 things to do in Hexham
Fantastic site with ongoing archeological excavations Fantastic museum of finds that have been made on site including the famous tablets Guided tour was brilliant and our guide Paul was both knowledgeable and ente...
... cafe serving drinks, cakes and lunches Excellent museum - well laid out with hundreds of well displayed, fascinating objects that have been excavated from the site Great gift shop Well worth a visit for all ages!
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Falconry Days

Hexham, UK 6.8 mi away
#1 of 32 things to do in Hexham
During the day we handled and helped fly the birds aand a great display by Derrick I'd also like to thank everybody who worked there for a fantastic day out Mark, Mandy, Megan Hannah
Myself and my family had a lovely day, we spoke to the owners Mandy and Mark who were very knowledgable and passionate about their beautiful birds and rightly so, they have a large selection of owls, hawks and eag...
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Walltown Crags - Hadrian's Wall

Hexham, UK 5.8 mi away
#4 of 32 things to do in Hexham
Crags around milecastle 39 and the famous sycamore gap and various other features like woodland and a lough make for an excellent 4 mile circular walk from Steel Rigg National Trust car park.
The countryside around is lovely views and the main paths are reasonably walkable by all.

Hadrian's Wall

Carlisle, UK 9.3 mi away
#6 of 45 things to do in Carlisle
... if you are here on a pleasant day it also traverses beautiful countryside and they selected several sites based on military considerations for the excellent views that make for terrific views for scenery as well.
Did the circular walk from the Steel Rigg car park which was amazing took us up along higher up and to the Sycamore Gap then through some woods and back along via some farmers fields.
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Chesters Roman Fort

Hexham, UK 9.8 mi away
#6 of 32 things to do in Hexham
Near Chester’s Bridge Easy access by AD122 bus Free entry for English Heritage members Tea shop and gift shop Very interesting Roman fort ruins and fragments from Hadrian’s Wall and bridge Well worth a visit
... Some very well preserved ruins and interesting small museum We did the free guided tour and this is a must The lady who did it was brilliant !! Rounded off with a lovely cream tea in the cafe Well recommended
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Roman Army Museum

Hexham, UK 6.1 mi away
#5 of 32 things to do in Hexham
... Roam Army was a well disciplined Well Organised and formidable Army This film gives a great step back in time us oldies enjoyed it anyway Museum is Well worth a visit for all ages Well put together Excellent
Best combined with a visit to Vinolanda if you take kids See the Roman Museum first then Vinolanda and after drive up to Steel Rigg car park and walk along the wall to Crag Lough and Sycamore Gap to See the tree m...
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#1 of 4 things to do in Haydon Bridge
Great place to visit with a well laid out archeological site, small museum and a superb starting place for some great walks along the wall.
It's well worth a visit, it's quite a walk to the top of the hill where the fort is situated but if you can manage it, the views are breathtaking.
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Cawfields Roman Wall

Haltwhistle, UK 3.5 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Haltwhistle
A brilliant location with a nicely preserved section of the Roman wall near to the car park A good picnic spot and a place where one can access a nice bit of the wall with ease
After your visit you can also visit the Milecastle Inn for a well deserved refreshment!
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Temple of Mithras

Chollerford 7.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Chollerford
Best example of a Temple of Mithras among the wall forts, the alters are copies the originals being in the Great North museum which is well worth a visit
Situated a 3 min walk from a good car park (cost £1) it’s an interesting insight into what the actual lay of the land would have been without modern changes, and you get to see the temple too.

Museum of Classic Sci-Fi

Allendale 7.1 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Allendale
This museum covers the history of a great many sci-fi enterprises (Star Wars, Star Trek, Alien, Marvel, Thunderbirds, etc.) but its biggest dedication is to Doctor Who, so it's a must see if you're a whovian.
We are a Family with 4 children Ages 13,11,9 and 3 Our eldest being a Dr Who fan, this museum was fascinating to all of us including some of the kids who hadn’t watched any Sci-Fi found it fascinating and were exc...

Allen Banks and Staward Gorge

Bardon Mill 1.5 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Bardon Mill
Thoroughly enjoyed this lovely walk , peaceful along the river with good paths and beautiful Autumn colours.
It was a lovely sunny day with a slight breeze which made the stroll very pleasant.
#1 of 2 things to do in Wark
Chris the astronomer was brilliant and as the clouds disappeared we were treated to a spectacular night sky. 4 Planets, The Milky Way, hundreds of stars and a couple of shooting stars!!!! Excellent.
This is a great little place with surprisingly high end kit for what looks at first like a hut on the back of a pub (you later realise the advantages of this - the pub does amazing food, you can bring drinks over...

Walltown Country Park

Greenhead, UK 6.0 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Greenhead
Smallest shop on Hadrian's Wall with the best service, information on the National Park and Northumberland and great hot chocolate!
Newly refurbished shop and tea stop with excellent toilets.

Mr George's Museum of Time

Haydon Bridge 4.8 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Haydon Bridge
#2 of 2 things to do in Bardon Mill
Cheapest car parking along Hadrians Wall, warm welcome from Karen & other staff, lovely shop, fascinating exhibition about the National Park, local artists displayed, warm & clean toilets, a YHA hostel, and a grea...
We had walked along probably the best preserved iconic section of Hadrian's Wall from Housesteads Fort, then down to the excellent Twice Brewed Inn that is next door.