Attractions in Northumberland

Unforgettable experiences
You'll never be short of stunning sights and memorable days out in Northumberland. Seek out hidden historical sites, cruise from castle to castle along the coast, discover peaceful gardens, and be inspired by old estates and country houses.
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Nature and Wildlife Berwick-upon-Tweed

Chain Bridge Honey Farm

Showroom detailing beekeeping, the history and biology of honeybees, wasps and bumble bees. An observation hive, a range of honey based products, vintage vehicles and a cafe.
Historic sites Berwick-upon-Tweed

Berwick-upon-Tweed Castle & Ramparts

The remains of a medieval castle, superseded by the most complete and impressive bastioned town defences in England.
Family Attraction Morpeth

Whitehouse Farm Centre

Whitehouse Farm is the all-weather fun attraction with soft play, restaurant, outdoor play areas, tractor-trailer rides and lots of animals to feed, hold and stroke.
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Historic sites Corbridge

Aydon Castle

Tucked away one mile from the village of Corbridge is Aydon Castle; the perfect location for a family day out.
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Nature and Wildlife Druridge Bay

Druridge Pools Nature Reserve

Lake and shallow pools with 3 bird hides and access to Druridge Links and shore. Particularly good in winter with large flocks of wildfowl, swans and birds of prey.
Historic sites Wall

Planetrees Roman Wall

A 15-metre (49 feet) length of later narrow Wall on earlier broad foundations, marking the junction between the two wall types.
Attraction Amble

Northumberland Seafood Centre & Hatchery

The Northumberland Seafood Centre is part of Amble Harbour Village and aims to create a distinctive local seafood offer and tourism experience in Amble
Museums Berwick-upon-Tweed

King's Own Scottish Borderers Regimental Museum

The King's Own Scottish Borderers regimental museum with uniforms, medals, silver and weapons telling the story of the regiment from 1689 until the present day.
Historic sites Blyth

Blyth Battery

Blyth Battery is open to the public on Saturdays and Sundays, from 11am - 4pm. Guided Tours around all of the buildings are available, with tours taking approx 45 mins.
Great Outdoors Newton-by-the-Sea

Northumberland Coast AONB

Dramatic views, sandy beaches and iconic castles - this is the essence of Northumberland's coast.Our coast is recognised by experts as a place where you will come across some rare and endangered wildlife.

Step into our past

Ancient artefacts, ruinous castle remains, and 19th-century mansions are waiting to be explored and to reveal Northumberland’s astounding history.

From little legs to four legs

Whether you've got the kids in tow or you're travelling with the dog, there are endless attractions for every kind of group in Northumberland.
Mountain biking in purple heather
Family walk in Northumberland
Couple enjoying a boat trip
Hadrian's Wall
Surf Northumberland
Outdoor adventures in Northumberland

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