Peace Camp this weekend at Dunstanburgh Castle

Friday 20/07/2012

Peace Camp this weekend at Dunstanburgh Castle

Peace Camp this weekend at Dunstanburgh Castle

Be sure to take a trip to see “Peace Camp” one evening this weekend at Dunstanburgh Castle.

Park for free in the Craster visitor car park – Craster Tourist Information Centre is open until 11pm for refreshments and gifts. It takes approx 10 minutes to walk from the village of Craster to the event, and there is a an electric buggy shuttle service for people with restricted mobility.

The exhibition takes place between 9:30pm and 5am.

Published: Friday 20/07/2012

By Visit Northumberland

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The ruins of Dunstanburgh Castle tower over the Northumberland coastal line. It is an ideal family day out with a picnic area, fantastic views, and it is not far from the Scottish Borders.

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