Northumberland & the NE

Festive / Christmas

Castles, Homes and Gardens

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Northumberland and North East – Places to visit, things to do, attractions, activities and days out 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.

The following Festive / Christmas, Castles, Homes and Gardens, Shows, Festivals and Events leaflets have been found for the Northumberland & the NE region.

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  1. 2020 - Northumberland Holiday Guide

    2020 - Northumberland Holiday Guide


    Northumberland is a magical place filled with ancient castles; hidden gardens; unspoilt beaches; rolling hills; rugged moorland; sweeping views; friendly little market towns and a cultural heritage all of its own.

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  2. Alnwick Castle

    Alnwick Castle

    Alnwick, Northumberland NE66 1NQ

    Enjoy a fun-filled family adventure here!

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  3. Beamish the Living Museum of the North

    Beamish the Living Museum of the North

    Beamish, Co Durham DH9 0RG

    EXPLORE & DISCOVER Beamish is a world famous open air museum, telling the story of life in North East England during the 1820s, 1900s & 1940s.

    See what's new at Beamish, including W Smith's Chemist, JR & D Edis Photographers and St Helen's Church, Eston. There’s always something new to see at Beamish, whether it’s a new building, a visiting tram or even a new recipe created by the Land Girls at The 1940s Farm, there are plenty of reasons to keep coming back.

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  4. Durham Cathedral

    Durham Cathedral

    Durham City Centre

    Durham Cathedral has been a place of worship, welcome and hospitality for almost a millennium. At the heart of the Durham UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Cathedral is cherished for its magnificent Romanesque architecture and is famous as the Shrine of St Cuthbert and the resting place of the Venerable Bede.

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  5. English Heritage - Northumberland and Durham

    English Heritage - Northumberland and Durham

    North East England

    Holy Men, Viking Raiders and Loads of Castles.

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  6. Enjoy Tees Valley Mini Guide

    Enjoy Tees Valley Mini Guide

    Tees Valley


    Spectacular countryside, dramatic coastlines, vibrant market towns and impressive historical venues are the backdrop to an exciting and growing cultural events calendar, an abundance of adrenaline-fuelled activities and unique experiences which make Tees Valley the ideal location for an unforgettable break in the North East of England.

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  7. National Trust - Northumberland Coast

    National Trust - Northumberland Coast


    Wildlife, sandy beaches & castles

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  8. National Trust Cragside

    National Trust Cragside

    Rothbury, Morpeth, Northumberland NE65 7DH

    Extraordinary Victorian house, gardens and woodland - the wonder of its age. This summer have a family adventure at Cragside and delve into history with family photos from the Armstrong's stereoscopic camera. Plus, get inspired and have a go at a range of activities that will change the way we view the world around us using different gadgets. 

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  9. Raby Castle

    Raby Castle

    Staindrop, near Barnard Castle, County Durham DL2 3AH

    Discover one of England's Finest Medieval Castles

    One of the best-preserved castles in North East England, Lord Barnard's home provides over 600 years of history and a glimpse of life throughout the ages.

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  10. Tanfield Railway

    Tanfield Railway

    Old Marley Hill, Gateshead NE16 5ET

    Tanfield Railway - The World's Oldest Railway.

    Steam trains every Sunday and Bank Holiday from 10.30am plus Thursdays and Saturdays during the summer six week holidays and selected event dates.

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