What to do in Northumberland
also known as: Events.
Welcome to the pages of What to do in Northumberland. Here you can find information on the huge range of activities available across Northumberland. There is something for everyone here whether it's walking and cycling in our beautiful countryside, taking up a new sport or visiting the many arts and crafts galleries and studios.
Events and things to do
There are four great museums provided by the council,
celebrating different aspects of the Northumberland’s rich history.
Many artists are based here and we have some high quality venues
and arts centres. Find out what is being filmed in the area.
Click here to find out more about arts, film and
The Holy Island tide tables are the official safe crossing times
to the beautiful island also known as Lindisfarne. Please do no
attempt to cross the causeway at any other time as the tide comes
in very rapidly and is very dangerous.
Click here to see the complete tide tables
The council owns and manages a range of popular countryside
recreation sites, including local designated nature reserves around
the county. Facilities include managed parking, picnic spots and
Click here to find out more about individual
Find out all you need to know about playing sport in at a sports
centre or club in Northumberland. We provide sports pitches and
courts and facilitate young people’s organised activities.
Click here to find out about sports
There are 12 Tourist Information Centres in Northumberland to
help you get the most out of your visit. Our knowledgeable and
friendly staff can advise you on where to stay, where to eat, local
attractions, public transport and the latest special offers.
Click here to find individual tourist
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