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  one of the finest examples of a 13th-century English manor house, Aydon Castle, near Corbridge, was built by Hugh de Reymes, a wealthy Suffolk merchant. Originally built as an…
The award-winning North of England  Open Air Museum, near Stanley, tells the story of the people of the North-East during the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian periods. Visitors can hop on…
is a volunteer-run local history museum established in 1994 to preserve and displays the heritage of the Upper North Tyne and Redewater area of Northumberland. It hosts permanent displays on…
The family seat of the Middletons  for  more than seven centuries, the castle near Ponteland was built in the 14th-century, with a mansion wing added during the Jacobean era. In…
first opened its doors to guests in 1984. Set in a 40-acre woodland within Kielder Water and Forest Park  it specialises in adventure holidays for disabled people. On a pre-booked…
the Mickley birthplace of Thomas Bewick, an English wood engraver and ornithologist. It was acquired by the National Trust in 1991 and is now open to the public. Visitors can…
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Local Attractions

Tynedale really does have it all....a rich heritage, spectacular scenery, a proud sporting tradition and a vibrant arts and music scene. For details of the district's main attractions, click here

Other Attractions

Going further afield?....Head out from Tynedale along all points of the compass and you'll find fascinating things to do and places to see. For attractions further afield click here