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The Alnwick Garden - Alnwick Northumberland
Acres of stunning gardens, with a wide collection of plants, sculptures and one of the worlds largest tree houses.
Beamish, The North of England Open Air Museum - Chester-le-Street, Durham
A world famous museum set in 300 acres of rolling countryside, the displays tell the story of the people of North eat England during the industrial revolution.
Alnwick Castle - Alnwick, Northumberland
An inspiring medieval fortress and home to the Duke and Duchess of Northumberland.
Cragside House, Gardens & Estate - Alnwick, Northumberland
Visit this extraordinary Victorian House, home of Lord Armstrong, with its puzzling rhododendron labyrinth, exciting adventure playground and beautiful grounds.
Wallington House, Gardens & Grounds - Castle Morpeth, Northumberland
A stunning mansion house, with an extensive dolls house collection, pre-Raphaelite paintings, hidden gardens all set amid rolling Northumberland moorland.
Bamburgh Castle - Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland
Towering above the sandunes this 11 th century Norman fortress has received many English Kings and royal guests, and is home to the Armstrong Museum and the Aviation Artifacts Museum.
The Bowes Museum - Teesdale, Durham
A wonderful museum filled with treasures, such as paintings by Canaletto and Goya and the stunning Silver Swan automation which runs on a daily basis.
Gibside, Gateshead - Tyne & Wear
Set in the ancestral estate of the Bowes-Lyon family this stunning 18th century landscaped forest garden boasts a multitude of wildlife and woodland and riverside walks to explore.
Housesteads Roman Fort Hadrian's Wall - Tynedale, Northumberland
Boasting spectacular views of Northumberland and Hadrian's Wall, this magnificent ruin is one of the most complete Roman forts in Britain.
High Force Waterfall - Teesdale, Durham
The majestic High Force Waterfall drops 21 feet into the plunge pool below, set in wonderful woodlands it's the perfect spot for walkers and photographers alike.
Belsay Hall - Castle Morpeth, Northumberland
An inspiring medieval castle, set in wonderful gardens.
Vindolanda Hadrian's Wall - Tynedale, Northumberland
A fascinating Roman fort and settlement and a Roman Army Museum which brings history to life.
Saltburn's Inclined Tramway - Redcar & Cleveland, North Yorkshire
A water operated tramway on the Yorkshire Coast offering expansive views.
Washington Wetland Centre - Sunderland , Tyne & Wear
Set on the banks of the River Wear the Washington Wetland Centre is home to several species of exotic waterbirds, wildflower meadows and tranquil countryside.
Hartlepool Historic Quay - Hartlepool, Durham
A reporoduction of an 18th century seaport displaying what life was like during the lifetime of Nelson and Trafalgar, it is also home to Europe 's oldest floating warship the Trincomalee.
Warkworth Castle - Alnwick, Northumberland
With its magnificent cross shaped keep this impressive fortress brims with turbulent history.
Durham Dales Centre - Wear Valley , Durham
Set amid castle gardens the centre offers a variety of craft shops, a fantastic tea rooms and a tourist information centre.
Dorman Museum - Middlesborough
With eight themed display galleries; geology, nature, coins and medals, archaeology, ethnography, social history, photography, costume, pottery and the decorative arts there is something at the museum to appeal to every taste.
Biscuit Factory - Newcastle Upon Tyne , Tyne & Wear
Britain's biggest commercial gallery, displaying and selling artwork, sculpture, ceramics, jewellery and glass by artists from all over the world.