Berwick Bridge is a grade I listed 17th century stone bridge which spans the River Tweed at Berwick upon Tweed in Northumberland. Also known as Old Bridge, four previous bridges Read more [...]
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Our History and Heritage category brings all Coast Radar’s Northumberland listings related to looking for something to do or a place to visit together where they offer some form of historic or heritage based activity.
Finding the best things to see and do on a Northumberland day out with your family or friends is easy – simply explore the historic and heritage links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search bar to plan your next Northumberland activity.
Wallington, mansion with fine interiors and collections, set in an extensive garden, parkland and Northumberland moorland, the ‘Border Reiver’ territory.
Lindisfarne Castle is a 16th-century castle with spectacular views. The castle was transformed by Lutyens into an Edwardian home. Managed by the National Trust.
Aydon Castle, 13th-century English manor house, Aydon Castle stands in a secluded woodland setting.
Edlingham Castle ruins, principally the solar tower, of a manor house progressively fortified against the Scots during the 14th century.
Harbottle Castle was built in the 12th century. It was a typical Norman motte and bailey castle built of earth and timber. In the 13th century, a stone castle replaced Read more [...]
Chillingham Castle is a medieval castle situated in the Northumberland village of Chillingham in north-eastern England. Built originally as a monastery in the late 12th century, it was owned by Read more [...]
Etal Castle, built in the mid-14th century on the strategic River Till ford as defence against Scottish raiders.
Cragside House is a country house in Cartington, Northumberland. Built into a rocky hillside in 1863, the house was originally a two-storey lodge but was extended subsequently into a Tudor Read more [...]
Berwick upon Tweed’s Town Hall is located in the centre of the Northumberland town. Built in the mid 18th century, it was once the hub of municipal life for Berwick Read more [...]
Prudhoe Castle, built to defend a strategic crossing of the River Tyne.
Chantries, small chapels for travellers were common in medieval England. This Chantry at Morpeth is one of the few to survive and now houses a pipes museum, craft studio and Read more [...]