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84 miles long, nearly 2000 years old, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Hadrian’s Wall gives a fascinating insight into our Roman heritage. Set in the stunning local landscape of rolling hills and wide skies it really is an inspiring sight to behold. Whatever your reason for visiting Hadrian’s Wall, be it to discover its history, admire the unique landscape, take on the challenge of walking-the-wall, or just the chance to see it up close and personal. For around three centuries, Hadrian’s Wall was a vibrant, multi-cultured frontier sprawling almost 90 miles coast-to-coast. Built by a force of 15,000 men in under six years, it’s as astounding today for its sheer vision as it is for its engineering. Milecastles, barracks, ramparts and forts punctuate a diverse landscape that provides a dramatic backdrop.

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At an impressive 572 square miles, Northumberland International Dark Sky Park is Europe’s largest area of protected night sky and officially England’s best spot to enjoy star gazing, having been awarded Gold Tier designation by the International Dark Sky Association. Located in the heart of Northumberland International Dark Sky Park is Kielder Observatory, where you can explore the night sky using their incredible telescope. With an exciting programme of astronomical events throughout the year, there’s something for all ages to enjoy.


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Corbridge is known for its large number of independent businesses. The present day Market Place has a baker, art shop, traditional grocer and more. 
 There's a charming and chirpy feel about the place. Friendly faces pass you on the street, beautiful boutiques pop up with unique goods and local produce is packed into cafes, delis and restaurants.


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Hexham is a vibrant market town. It has an abundance of historical and cultural attractions for visitors to enjoy, including Hexham Abbey, which has been a place of Christian worship since AD674. Stroll down to the bustling market place or visit an art gallery that showcase the town’s thriving artistic community. If the weather permits, take time to enjoy a gentle walk in the picturesque Tyne Green Country Park or along the beautiful banks of the river.


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We’re so lucky to have the most beautiful coastlines in the country. If you are after a refreshing walk breathing in the fresh sea air, you’re guaranteed to have a backdrop of stunning scenery and outstanding views. From sand stretching for miles, historical castles, and cliff formations that’ll take your breath away, we’re so spoilt for choice for our beaches: 

  • Tynemouth Longsands

  • Bamburgh

  • Warkworth

  • Whitley Bay

  • Seaton Sluice and there are many more!


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Alnwick Gardens is one of the world’s most extraordinary contemporary gardens. The Duchess of Northumberland’s vision for a forgotten plot is now a truly 21st century experience full of imagination, inspiration and fun. With a collection of over 4,000 plant varieties to discover, thousands of seasonal blooms, spell-binding water sculptures and one of the world’s largest tree houses – there is plenty to surprise and delight. While you’re there, why not pay a visit to the famous Alnwick Castle too, one of the largest inhabited castles in England. Built as a medieval fortress, and owned by the Percy family for over 700 years, today it is known as home to the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland as well as a filming location for Harry Potter and Downton Abbey.


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Newcastle is one of England’s friendliest cities and offers visitors a host of cultural experiences to enjoy, including museums, art galleries, theatres and sporting arenas. Admire Grey’s Monument, stroll over the Tyne Bridge, let your imagination run wild at Centre for Life or venture out a bit further and spend a day at Gateshead’s Metrocentre, Europe’s largest shopping and leisure centre. Don’t forget to look out for the iconic Angel of the North, the pride of the North East for more than 2,000 years.

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