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Things to do and see in Bamburgh

Bamburgh Village not only boasts its own magnificent Castle, miles of white sandy beaches, Grace Darling Museum, St Aidan's Church, golf course, local shops and restaurants. 

It is also ideally situated to visit many of the other spectacular sites of Northumberland a selection of which are listed below:

Local Towns & Villages

Alnwick

Dramatic historic castle where the Harry potter movies were filmed, Large shopping centre and the Alnwick gardens & Tree house.

Beadnell

Small Coastal Village with a lovely beach and water sports.

Belford

Quiet Northumbrian Village with Local Shopping.

Berwick

Large market town with a variety of shops and a train station.

Chillingham

The wild cattle of Chillingham have been living in Chillingham Park for over 800 years. The sole survivors of Britains Ancient herds, their rarity makes these remarkable cattle unique in world history. Never tamed or touched by human hand the Chillingham Cattle are entirely wild.

Craster

Small fishing village famous for its Craster Kippers.

Lindisfarne

The Holy Island of Lindisfarne is a leisurely 30 minute drive away cut off from the main land at high tide.. Known as the cradle of Christianity it attracts a great many visitors to its priory, castle and mead brewery. Don't forget to check the tide times!

Low Newton-by-the-Sea

Small Coastal Village with stunning beaches and open spaces.

Morpeth

Historic Market town with a variety of shops, bagpipe museum and golf course.

Rothbury

A rural village set in the lovely upper Coquet valley, Places to visit include Cragside (National Trust) one-time home of Lord Armstrong.

Seahouses

An interesting harbour offering boat trips to the Farne Islands nature reserve and seabird sanctuary (National Trust). Kippers, fresh seafood and Local Shopping.

Castles & Country Estates

Alnwick Castle, Gardens & Treehouse

Bamburgh Castle

Chillingham Castle & Cattle

The wild cattle of Chillingham have been living in Chillingham Park for over 800 years. The sole survivors of Britains Ancient herds, their rarity makes these remarkable cattle unique in world history. Never tamed or touched by human hand the Chillingham Cattle are entirely wild.

Cragside

The first house to be lit by electricity.

Dunstanburgh Castle

Floors Castle

Howick Hall & Gardens

Lindisfarne Castle

Manderston

Mellerstain

Paxton House

Warkworth Castle

Things to Do

Bamburgh Golf Club

Barter Books

Borders Gliding Club

Chainbridge Honey Farm

Dunstanburgh Golf Club

Heatherslaw Mill & Light Railway

Seahouses Golf Club

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