Northumberland and North East – Places to visit, things to do, attractions, activities and days out
Daysoutinfo.co.uk aims to provide you with the greatest choice of things to do and places to visit in Northumberland and the North East, including Alnwick, Beamish, Darlington, Durham, Hartlepool, Hexham and Newcastle. Explore indoor or outdoor attractions, activities, events, shopping, heritage or family fun.
Below you will find a choice of things to do during your time in Northumberland and the North East including visitor attractions, art galleries, castle, historic houses, museums, shops, railways, riding centres and activity centres, . You can even download your chosen leaflet by following the links below.
Beamish the North of England Open Air Museum 2013
Beamish, Co Durham
Beamish is a world famous open air museum. We tell the story of the people of North East England at two important points of their history - 1825 and 1913.
Beamish, Britain's favourite open air museum, is set in over 300 acre... more details
Bellingham Heritage Centre
The Heritage Centre at Bellingham is the museum for the North Tyne and Redewater area of Northumberland, England. The Centre also houses the Bellingham Tourist Information Centre. There is full access for wheelchair users, and free parking.
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Binchester Roman Fort 2013
Nr Bishop Auckland, Co Durham
Explore the impressive remains of a Roman bath house with its amazing 1,700 year old underfloor heating system. Find out why taking a bath in Roman times was about more than just getting clean! Walk in the footsteps of the soldiers around the remains of The Commander’s House - see if... more details
English Heritage Hadrian's Wall 2013
Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site is perfect for a short-break, spring walk or family day out. Experience Roman life and epic history in stunning locations. more details
English Heritage North East 2013
From the Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site and stunning coastal castles to spiritual priories, grand gardens and intriguing hidden gems, English Heritage in North East England can offer so many great places to visit for a spring day out. more details
I Like North East Museums
North East England
There are more than 80 museums in the North East so whatever you like, we have it. more details
The RNLI Grace Darling Museum 2012
In the true spirit of the lifeboat service, Grace Horsley Darling (1815–42) risked her life to rescue others from certain death in a terrible storm. Grace’s heroism earned her the first RNLI Medal for Gallantry to be awarded to a woman. Grace died of tuberculosis only 4 years later b... more details
What's On at Woodhorn Spring 2013
For more than 80 years Woodhorn was a coal mine. Work to sink the first shaft began in 1894 and the first coal was brought to the surface in 1898. At its peak almost 2,000 men worked at the pit and 600,000 tons of coal was produced each year. Production stopped in 1981 but the shafts... more details