Tourist information centres
Information on local tourist attractions and accommodation in Northumberland as well as special discounts for some top attractions in Northumberland
There are 12 Tourist Information Centres located around
Northumberland. Our staff members have detailed local knowledge and
are happy to help you plan your visit to the area including finding
accommodation and travelling to the local
What type of accommodation do you need? Our staff can help you
make the right choice.
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Tourist Information Centres
Nearby - Alnwick Castle and Gardens, Barter Books and the
Balliffgate Museum and Gallery. Six miles east towards the
coast is Bamburgh Castle and the Farne Islands.
Nearby - Warkworth Castle overlooks a modern marina, Druridge
Bay Country Park lies South of Amble and Coquet Island is just off
the Coast of Amble. A few miles North is the unspoilt beach at
Housed within the Bellingham Heritage Centre for exploring
industrial heritage and Border Reiver history. The perfect stopping
place for Kielder Water Forest and Park.
Nearby - Berwick Barracks, Berwick Town Walls, Town
Hall and The
Maltings Cinema and Theatre. Down the coast visit Holy
Island, easily reached by car at safe crossing times.
A Roman town Ideal for exploring for Hadrian's Wall and
Vindolanda Roman fort and army museum.
Enjoy an original Craster kipper and take a trip to see the
seals on the nearby Farne Islands.
Explore the nearby Hadrian's Wall trail on foot or cycle and
visit Housesteads Roman fort.
A busy tourist destination with attractions such as Hexham
Abbey and The Old Gaol in the town. Hadrian's Wall and its Roman
attractions is nearby.
Nearby attractions include Newbiggin Maritime Centre and
Woodhorn Museum. Inland you can visit some of
Northumberland’s most spectacular country houses and castles
including Wallington, Cragside and Belsay Hall, Castle and
A dual purpose National Park Centre and Tourist Informaion
Centre. Buy a souvenir or enjoy a cup of tea.
Pick up information and
maps for popular walks including the AONB Coastal Path, St
Cuthbert’s and St Oswald’s Way. Take a tirp to the nearby Farne
The perfect base to
explore Northumberland National Park. Nearby Flodden Field remains
one of the best preserved battle sites in Europe.
For general tourist information please visit: http://www.visitnorthumberland.com/
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