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  1. Add Auckland Castle - The Auckland Project to your Itinerary

    Auckland Castle - The Auckland Project

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    Type:

    Castle / Fort

    Bishop Auckland

    Positioned high above the meandering River Wear, Auckland Castle was once home to the Prince Bishops of Durham, and was the place where they entertained, hunted and worshipped.

  2. Add Auckland Castle Deer House and Park to your Itinerary

    Auckland Castle Deer House and Park

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    Type:

    Historic Site

    Bishop Auckland

    Auckland Castle commands a prominent position overlooking the River Wear, surrounded by formal gardens and 150 acres of idyllic parkland. The highlight is a Deer House built in 1760 in Gothic Revival style constructed as a folly to provide shelter.

  3. Add Auckland Tower - The Auckland Project to your Itinerary

    Auckland Tower - The Auckland Project

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    Type:

    Heritage / Visitor Centre

    Bishop Auckland

    Auckland Tower is the perfect place to get a feel for The Auckland Project, the stunning setting, and to pick up everything you’ll need for your day of exploration.

less than 2 miles

  1. 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).

  2. Add Binchester Roman Fort to your Itinerary

    Binchester Roman Fort

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    Type:

    Castle / Fort

    Bishop Auckland

    Remains of Commandant's house and neighbouring bath-house containing one of the best preserved examples of a hypocaust (underfloor heating system) in the whole of Britain.

less than 5 miles

  1. Add Locomotion to your Itinerary

    Locomotion

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    Type:

    Museum

    Shildon

    At Locomotion you can see highlights of the national collection of railway vehicles in the world’s first railway town.

    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous North East England Tourism Awards - Tourism Event of the Year - Bronze 2014North East England Tourism Awards - Tourism Event of the Year - Bronze
    • Visit England Quality Assured Visitor Attraction 2017Quality Assured Visitor Attraction
    • Regional and Miscellaneous Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence 2018Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence
    • Regional and Miscellaneous WTTC Safe Travels 2021WTTC Safe Travels
  2. 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. The DLI medal collection is…

    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous Northern Saints Trails Passport 2021Northern Saints Trails Passport
  3. Add Durham Mining Museum to your Itinerary

    Durham Mining Museum

    Type

    Type:

    Heritage / Visitor Centre

    Spennymoor

    Spennymoor Town Hall has it’s dedicated memorial to the works and lives lost during the mining period across County Durham. Events cover mining in the Northern part of England i.e. County Durham, Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmorland and the…

  4. Add St Helen Auckland Parish Church to your Itinerary

    St Helen Auckland Parish Church

    Type

    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    Bishop Auckland

    The 12thC church of St Helen. Daily Mass times: Sunday and Wednesday, Thursday 10:00, Monday 19:00, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday 09:30.

more than 5 miles

  1. Add Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) to your Itinerary

    Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)

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    Type:

    Walking Routes

    Forty miles of the country’s most sublime coastline, protected as a pristine package of wondrous wildlife and history.

  2. Add Bessie Surtees House to your Itinerary

    Bessie Surtees House

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    Type:

    Historic House / Palace

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Discover Jacobean domestic architecture at the 16th and 17th Century Bessie Surtees House in the heart of Newcastle. Plan your trip with NewcastleGateshead.

    Awards

    • Visit England Code of Practice 2012
  3. Add The Word, National Centre for the Written Word to your Itinerary

    The Word, National Centre for the Written Word

    Type

    Type:

    Family Activity Centre

    South Shields

    The Word, National Centre for the Written Word is South Tyneside's new state-of-the-art cultural venue which has a lot to offer! The spectacular building opened in October 2016.

    The building is brimming with exciting new experiences, activities…

  4. Cresswell Tower

    Add Cresswell Tower to your Itinerary

    Cresswell Tower

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    Type:

    Landmark

    MORPETH

    Built by the Cresswell family in the 15th century and one of approx 175 Pele towers in Northumberland. 

  5. Add Hauxley Wildlife Discovery Centre to your Itinerary

    Hauxley Wildlife Discovery Centre

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    Type:

    Nature Reserve

    Low Hauxley, Morpeth

    The Hauxley Wildlife Discovery Centre is one of the best wildlife-watching spots in the North East. Right next to the beach, it offers fantastic views across the length of Druridge Bay and is internationally renowned for its birds.

  6. Add Stadium of Light to your Itinerary

    Stadium of Light

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    Type:

    Sports Ground

    SUNDERLAND

    The Stadium of Light is home to Sunderland AFC's Black Cats.  Tours are available all year round giving you the opportunity to experience a walk down the tunnell or see the players changing rooms. 

  7. St Mary’s Well

    Add St Mary’s Well to your Itinerary

    St Mary’s Well

    Type

    Type:

    Church / Chapel

    Gainford

    St Mary's Church dates from the 13th Century. The Church is a Grade I listed building and stands on the site of an early 8th century Anglo-Saxon monastery. Next to the church is a Holy Well or Sacred Spring. A flowing spring comes from the old wall…

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