Northumberland Holidays
Northumberland Holidays
 
links
  • Here are some links about holidays in Northumberland.
  • Links to this site from other sites are always welcome, but please do tell us.
  • Please contact us if you know of a site that might appropriately be added to this section, preferably on a reciprocal basis.
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accommodation activities gardens
heritage shopping tourism
visitor attractions
 
visitor attractions
  • Alnwick Castle
    Alnwick Castle is the second largest inhabited castle in England is famous also now as a film set for Harry Potter.
  • Alnwick Garden
    The Alnwick Garden in Northumberland is one of the most exciting contemporary gardens to be developed in the last century, a magical landscape created from a unique idea.
  • Bamburgh Castle
    Perched on a basalt outcrop at the very edge of the North Sea, Bamburgh arguably possesses the finest location of any English castle.
  • Beamish Open Air Museum
    This award-winning working museum recreates how the people of the north of England lived and worked in the 1800s and early 1900s.
  • English Heritage
    English Heritage maintains historic sites throughout England, including several in Northumberland.
  • Longframlington Gardens
    Longframlington Gardens, in the beautiful tranquil heart of Northumberland, offers year round interest. It is a garden in which to seek inspiration, with many interesting features and views to enjoy, and makes a wonderful place to spend a couple of hours.
  • National Trust
    Visitor attractions in Northumberland in the care of the National Trust include Cragside House and Gardens, Dunstanburgh Castle, Farne Islands, Hadrian's Wall, Housesteads Roman Fort and Wallington,
  • Northumberland National Park
    Northumberland National Park contains some of the finest open country in Britain.
  • The Garden Station
    This restored Victorian railway station in Hexham, Northumberland offers visitors a woodland garden, walks and art exhibitions. It also offers courses in gardening, botanical art, willow weaving, etc.
 
Thursday 21 September 2017