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less than 5 miles

  1. Add Slaley Forest to your Itinerary

    Slaley Forest

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    Forest

    Hexham

    Walking at Slaley Forest is the perfect way to get outdoors and explore some of the Pennines most beautiful landscapes.

    Explore the forest on its forest paths that run from the car layby into the woodland. 

  2. Add Hexham Old Gaol to your Itinerary

    Hexham Old Gaol

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    Indoor Attraction

    Hexham

    Experience first hand what life was really like for prisoners in the 1300s. Find outt more about the Border Reivers – local families including the Charltons, Dodds, Milburns and Robsons, famous for causing trouble.
    We house a wide variety of books,…

  3. St John Lee Parish Chruch

    Add St John Lee Parish Chruch to your Itinerary

    St John Lee Parish Chruch

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    Church / Chapel

    Hexham

    Established in the 10th century, the church appears to have been built on the site of the oratory dedicated to St Michael. The name means St John in the field/clearing in the wood. The area in which it surrounds was covered with forest - hence the…

  4. Add Hexham Abbey to your Itinerary

    Hexham Abbey

    Hexham

    Visit Hexham Abbey and step back in time! Take in the peaceful atmosphere, ancient architectural treasures and beautiful stained glass. Visit our interactive exhibition, The Big Story, and enjoy some home-made refreshments in our Refectory Café.

    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous Northern Saints Trails Passport 2021Northern Saints Trails Passport
  5. Add Blanchland Abbey to your Itinerary

    Blanchland Abbey

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    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    Blanchland

    Set in the County of Northumberland and founded as a premonstratensian priory in 1165.

    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous Northern Saints Trails Passport 2021Northern Saints Trails Passport
  6. Add St Mary's Church to your Itinerary

    St Mary's Church

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    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    Consett

    Blanchland got its name from the white habits worn by monks of the Premonstratensian order who founded Blanchland Abbey.

more than 5 miles

  1. Add St Peter's Church to your Itinerary

    St Peter's Church

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    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    Sunderland

    St Peter's Church stands as one of the oldest in Britain more than 1300 years old. Built in 674AD by Benedict Biscop, there is a stained glass window in the church dedicated to him. At the age of 7 the Venerable Bede joined the monastery here.

    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous Northern Saints Trails Passport 2021Northern Saints Trails Passport
  2. Add Tynemouth Priory and Castle to your Itinerary

    Tynemouth Priory and Castle

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    Castle / Fort

    Tynemouth

    Tynemouth Castle and Priory was once one of the largest fortified areas in England. Overlooking the North Sea and the River Tyne, it dominates the headland. With its 2000 year history and beautiful views it is the perfect location for a family fun…

    Awards

    • Visit England Code of Practice 2014
  3. Add The Glasshouse International Centre for Music (formerly Sage Gateshead) to your Itinerary

    The Glasshouse International Centre for Music (formerly Sage Gateshead)

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    Type:

    Music Hall

    Gateshead

    The Glasshouse International Centre for Music is the pioneering centre for music and musical discovery on the south bank of the River Tyne.

    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous North East England Business Tourism Award of the Year Bronze 2008North East England Business Tourism Award of the Year Bronze
    • Regional and Miscellaneous North East England Tourism Awards - Access for all Tourism Award - Gold 2014North East England Tourism Awards - Access for all Tourism Award - Gold
    • Regional and Miscellaneous North East England Tourism Awards - Sustainable Tourism Award - Silver 2013North East England Tourism Awards - Sustainable Tourism Award - Silver
    • Regional and Miscellaneous North East England Tourism Awards - Sustainable Tourism Award - Bronze 2014North East England Tourism Awards - Sustainable Tourism Award - Bronze
    • Regional and Miscellaneous North East England Tourism Awards - Large Visitor Attraction of the Year Award – Silver 2013North East England Tourism Awards - Large Visitor Attraction of the Year Award – Silver
    • Regional and Miscellaneous North East England Tourism Awards - Large Visitor Attraction of the Year Award - Highly Commended 2014North East England Tourism Awards - Large Visitor Attraction of the Year Award - Highly Commended
  4. Add Hart Saxon Church Saint Mary Magdalene to your Itinerary

    Hart Saxon Church Saint Mary Magdalene

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    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    Hartlepool

    St. Mary Magdalene Church has been a place of prayer and worship for hundreds of years, with its roots dating back to the Saxon Era.

  5. Add Escomb Saxon Church to your Itinerary

    Escomb Saxon Church

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    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    Bishop Auckland

    One of England's finest Saxon churches, Escomb dates to the 7thC and contains a Roman arch and stonework. If locked keys available from 28 Saxon Green (daily 9-6 during summer and 9-4 during winter).

  6. Add Monkwearmouth Station Fans Museum to your Itinerary

    Monkwearmouth Station Fans Museum

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    Type:

    Museum

    Sunderland

    Housed in the former Monkwearmouth Station museum.  The Fans Museum has an outstanding collection of SAFC memorabilia as well as that of national and international clubs.

  7. Add DLI Collection at Sevenhills to your Itinerary

    DLI Collection at Sevenhills

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    Type:

    Military

    Spennymoor

    The Durham Light Infantry Collection has moved to Sevenhills at Spennymoor. The dedicated research and study area is open by appointment Tuesday and Thursdays, 10 am – 3 pm. Appointments can also be made to view objects.

    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous Northern Saints Trails Passport 2021Northern Saints Trails Passport
  8. Add North Pennines National Landscape to your Itinerary

    North Pennines National Landscape

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    Type:

    Walking Routes

    The North Pennines National Landscape incorporates much of the Durham Dales, and is a stunning landscape of open heather moors, dramatic dales, tumbling upland rivers, wonderful woods, close-knit communities, glorious waterfalls, fantastic birds,…

  9. Add Hylton Castle to your Itinerary

    Hylton Castle

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    Type:

    Castle / Fort

    SUNDERLAND

    A decorative gatehouse tower of a Castle.  Built by Sir William Hylton shortly before 1400, this is the second oldest building in Sunderland. 

  10. Add Segedunum Roman Fort and Museum to your Itinerary

    Segedunum Roman Fort and Museum

    Type

    Type:

    Museum

    Wallsend

    Segedunum Roman Fort is the gateway to Hadrian's Wall. Explore the excavated fort site, visit reconstructions of a Roman bath house, learn about the history of the area in the museum and enjoy the view from the 35 metre viewing tower.

    Awards

    • Green Awards Green Tourism Business Scheme - Bronze 2012Green Tourism Business Scheme - Bronze
    • Visit England Code of Practice 2012
  11. Cullercoats Watch House

    Add Cullercoats Watch House to your Itinerary

    Cullercoats Watch House

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    Type:

    Landmark

    Cullercoats

    The Watch House was designed by Frank West Rich. A pre-existing clock tower was incorporated in the design. The Cullercoats Volunteer Life Brigade, was formed after 1864 and the Watch House constructed between 1877 and 1879. The duty of the Life…

  12. Add Cresswell Beach to your Itinerary

    Cresswell Beach

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    Type:

    Beach

    MORPETH

    Boasting one of the best sandy beaches on the Northumberland coast.  The beach at Cresswell never really gets busy and is largely unspoilt. 

  13. Add Herrington Country Park to your Itinerary

    Herrington Country Park

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    Type:

    Parkland / Woodland Garden

    HOUGHTON LE SPRING

    One of the largest parks in Sunderland with walks and cycle trails, family cycling with Sustrans, an adventure play area, skate boarding, Nordic walking, model boat sailing in the lake and a variety of sculptures that celebrate the heritage of the…

  14. Add Holy Trinity, Wingate to your Itinerary

    Holy Trinity, Wingate

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    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    Wingate

    Holy Trinity Church, Wingate was built in 1841, just 2 years after the first shaft was sunk for Wingate Grange Colliery in 1839.

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