At Hadrian’s Wall, it’s about making new discoveries and there’s plenty to see on your visit to this World Heritage Site - so the grab-and-go approach is highly recommended when it comes to food.
There’s a range of sandwiches, and salads – all handmade by local suppliers, as well as warming soup, and pasties. You can pick up crisps and other snacks too as well as delicious sweet treats, so you can enjoy something tasty while you're exploring.
If you choose to stay and take the weight off for a while, there are a few options to sit down and relax. On clear days, take advantage of the seating outdoors so you can dine al fresco and make sure you don’t miss a thing. You might see birds soaring the skies or catch a glimpse of a rare butterfly.
Opt to sit indoors at the Visitor Centre and there’s a seating area with a view. Refuel and take some time to relax and plan the next step of your journey, surrounded by panoramic views of the amazing wild landscape.
Every penny you spend here goes back into caring for Hadrian’s Wall, so by stopping to have a cuppa you’re helping the National Trust to look after this special place for future generations.
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