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A summer in Northumberland could have you wildlife spotting on a sunset cruise, practicing yoga in a wild meadow or wild swimming at the foot of a rushing waterfall. Uncover history while making memories, find yourself by getting lost in nature, and collect moments that will last a lifetime with our endless experiences.
Take a look at our pick of five of the best short walking routes in Northumberland that are perfect for families. Mostly circular, all beautiful, and none over 5 miles, take your pick from fairy trails, mysterious caves and bluebell-carpeted woodland. Here are our five short walks in Northumberland for you to enjoy this summer and beyond.
There's no need to leave your dog at home when dining out in Northumberland, so we have rounded up 10 of the best dog friendly pubs and cafes in Northumberland.
Make the most of Northumberland this Summer! Attend our fun events, enjoy some local seasonal produce at any of our food and drink markets, or relax and enjoy yourself in a local pub or restaurant. There’ll be something for everyone!
Discover the top places to visit in Northumberland, as told by our visitors themselves.
Magical castles, barely-trodden beaches and staggering landscapes; no wonder Northumberland has a starring role in world-famous films and TV series. From broomstick lessons to murder mysteries, it has been the backdrop for all kinds of storylines.
The Holy Island of Lindisfarne is a must-visit, but you must check safe crossing times before visiting. Linked to the mainland by a causeway which is cut off twice daily by fast incoming tides, it is vital to check safe crossing times before crossing the causeway.
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