Admire Durham City’s World Heritage Site, discover Beamish Museum and have a wonderful experience walking and cycling in the Durham Dales and along the spectacular coast.
The northernmost English county with ancient castles, rugged landscapes and unspoilt beaches. Discover Hadrian’s Wall, the Cheviot Hills, Holy Island and the wildlife of the Farne Islands.
Stretching from Berwick to Amble, including Lindisfarne, Holy Island and the Farne Islands, this remote and picturesque coastline is known for its castles, scenic villages, sandy beaches, birdlife and outdoors pursuits.
Northumberland National Park
The least populated and least visited UK National Park, Northumberland is a tranquil and beautiful destination, with dark night skies and attractions including Hadrian’s Wall, the Cheviots, Coquetdale and Kielder Water.
Tyne and Wear
Experience heritage, culture, acclaimed architecture, award-winning dining, shopping, nightlife and glorious beaches. The Angel of the North, Tyne Bridge, Quayside and National Glass Centre are must-see.