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  • Beamish Museum
    Experience amazing sights, sounds, smells and delicious tastes as the past comes to life. Beamish is unique - our objects aren't locked away in glass cases, this is hands-on history! Step into the past and explore our 350 acre site, as Beamish tells the story of the people of North East England in the 1820s, 1900s and 1940s. Taste traditional food from a coal-fired range, hop on board a tram or steam train, play schoolyard games together and pop into the Co-op shops. Come back time and time again with your Beamish Unlimited Pass, which allows 12 months free entry to the museum from your visit - including all day time special events!
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  • Victoria Tunnel
    Guided tours of the fully preserved 19th century coal waggonway and WW2 air-raid shelter. Pre-booking is essential and tickets can be booked online through our website or by telephone during office hours. Tours every day, check the website for details.
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  • Durham Cathedral
    Explore Durham Cathedral, part of Durham’s UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the resting places of iconic Northern saints St Cuthbert and the Venerable Bede as pilgrims have done for 1000 years, and discover the cathedral’s history as a place of faith, art and remembrance. Look up to see stained glass windows and pause by the County Durham miners and local regiment memorials. Step into the cathedral’s museum to see the treasures of St Cuthbert on display in the spaces previously part of Durham’s medieval Benedictine monastery. No admission charge. If you are able, please consider donating £5 tosupport the cathedral’s future
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  • Cragside House and Gardens
    Experience Britain's original smart home. Illuminated by hydro-electricity and powered by hydraulics, this pioneering home was filled with Victorian gadgets for efficient modern living. With engineered lakes, foaming waterfalls and hillsides filled with rhododendrons, this 1000-acre fantasy mountain landscape was envisioned by inventor and arms manufacturer William Armstrong, alongside is wife Margaret. Wander amongst the towering trees in the Pinetum, explore the weaving paths and tumbling cascades in the Rock Garden, and witness the changing seasons in the Formal Garden. You can also view the whole estate via the Carriage Drive where way-marked walks, hilltops lakes and wildlife are waiting to be discovered.
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  • Bamburgh Castle
    The King of Castles, a fortification has dominated this site since Anglo-Saxon times when it was the capital of the kingdom of Northumbria. The current structure with Keep, curtain walls, towers and ramparts dates from the 1500's to the Victorian restructuring of Lord Armstrong. There are fourteen rooms open to the public including the spectacular Kings Hall, with over 3000 items of artwork, furniture, china and porcelain. The separate Armstrong and Aviation Artifacts museum gives visitors a glimpse into the creativity and industrial genius of Lord Armstrong, with a look at the aviation legacy created by his company after his death. The cafeteria serves great, fresh food and then a wander around the battlements completes a great day out.
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  • Vindolanda
    Visit Roman Vindolanda today and you will find one of the North East’s most famous and not to be missed tourist attractions lying in the beautiful landscape of Hadrian's Wall Country. Formerly a key military post on the northern frontier of Britain, Vindolanda is the home of Britain's 'Top Treasure' - the Vindolanda Writing Tablets - and is one Europe's most important Roman archeological sites, with live excavations taking place every year. The recently fully refurbished on site museum provides a breathtaking exploration of the Trust's ongoing discoveries and accounts of Roman life. There are no other places on earth where it is possible to experience Roman Britain, Hadrian's Wall and history coming to life before your very eyes all in one space! Come and explore it for yourself and find out why Vindolanda is treasured worldwide.
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  • St James' Park
    Delve into Newcastle United's history all the way back to the late 1800s by joining us on a tour of the iconic St James' Park. Accompanied by a tour guide you will visit areas of the ground reserved for players and officials only, including the Home Dressing Room, Media Suite, Director's Box, and more. Tours last approximately 90 minutes, and run daily at 11.30, 12.30, And 14.30, At a cost of £15 an adult, £12 a concession, and £8 a junior.
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  • Alnwick Castle
    Alnwick Castle, one of the largest inhabited castles in England, has witnessed battles, rebellions, tragedy and romance, and has been home to a variety of interesting people – from knight Harry Hotspur to Harry Potter! Enjoy a tour of the collections of art and furniture in the treasure-filled State Rooms, or join our 'Alnwick On Location' guided tour to find out about the Castle’s starring film roles including Harry Potter, Downton Abbey and most recently, Dungeons and Dragons Honor Among Thieves. Join our resident wizarding professors and prefects for a broomstick training lesson on the very spot of Harry’s first lesson. Learn medieval crafts and skills in Artisans Courtyard, before putting your skills to the test when facing the beast that lies within Dragon Quest! With so much to see and do, you may need more than one day so when you buy your ticket for the day, you can visit free for the year whenever the castle is open to the public. See our website for full details.
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  • The Alnwick Garden
    The Alnwick Garden is one of the world’s most extraordinary contemporary gardens. From poisonous plants and treetop walkways to glorious roses and towering delphiniums, the Duchess of Northumberland’s vision for a forgotten plot is now a truly 21st century experience full of imagination and fun, all brought to life with water.
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