Gardens, historic sites, and top sights from Alnwick Castle to Dunstanburgh Castle—discover it all in Alnwick.
Castles, Historical Buildings and Gardens
Learn more about the local history when you visit Alnwick Castle, a well-known historical site in Alnwick. Amble around this culturally-rich area's picturesque gardens and enjoy its lively bars.
Learn more about the local history when you visit Bamburgh Castle, a well-known historical site in Bamburgh. While in this relaxing area, you can savor the top-notch restaurants.
Follow in the footsteps of Roman settlers, hike amid breathtaking landscapes and gaze at a starlit sky in England’s least populated national park.
Your tour begins by following the road that connected Caledonia with Roman Britannia. You stop in Kelso, where you can explore this handsome town and what is thought to be Scotland’s largest market square.
Combine movie magic and historic wonder on this trip through the Scottish Borders and Northumberland. You will visit the picturesque seaside village of Bamburgh and take in the superb views of the 5th century Bamburgh Castle.
Immerse yourself in the storied past of the borderlands that divide Scotland and England. This tour takes you along a picturesque route to charming townships on both sides of the border—Melrose and Northumberland—to see regal national monuments steeped in history.
Travel along the boundary of Scotland and England as you discover charming landscapes and medieval architecture. Stop at a quaint Scottish estate, visit the relics of the Holy Island, and have a chance to explore the expansive grounds of Alnwick Castle.
Our first stop is Holy Island, connected to the mainland by a causeway which leads into the quaint island village of Lindisfarne, from where there are stunning views of Lindisfarne Castle, (which dates back to 1550).
Itinerary have fun and leave with a smile Duration: 1 hour Location: The Tournament Ground, Whitewater Lane off the A1 roundabout at junction 34., Blyth, Worksop S81 8HG England