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  1. Add Broom House Forest Adventure Trail to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 169 reviews169 reviews

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    Adventure Park / Playground

    Near Witton Gilbert

    Fun Adventure Farm. Woodland trails and adventure activities for all the family. Farm butchery. Coffee shop. Easter to October open weekends and school holidays.

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  2. Add North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) to your Itinerary

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    Parkland / Woodland Garden

    The North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of England. As well as being an AONB the North Pennines is also a UNESCO Global Geopark – an accolade awarded to areas across the world with...

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2018to31 Dec 2018

    Awards

    • Green Awards Green Tourism Business Scheme - Gold 2014Green Tourism Business Scheme - Gold
  3. Add Ushaw to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 68 reviews68 reviews

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    Historic House / Palace

    Esh

    Ushaw is set in the beautiful Durham countryside and houses architectural gems by Augustus Pugin and his followers. This amazing venue offers conference facilities; weddings; exhibitions; events; and a gift shop, a wide range of food and beverages...

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  4. Add Chester-le-Street Riverside Park to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 68 reviews68 reviews

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    Municipal Park

    Chester-le-Street

    Created in the 1930s, Riverside Park has always been popular with visitors. It was redeveloped in the 1990s and now includes artist-designed ornamental gardens, an events arena, play area and a park centre with cafe and toilets.

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2018to31 Dec 2018

    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2016TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
  5. Add Hardwick Park to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 354 reviews354 reviews

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    Parkland / Woodland Garden

    Sedgefield

    Recently restored 18thC park with visitor centre/cafe. Open daily.

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2018to31 Dec 2018Open 07:00 - 18:00

    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2017TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
    • Visit England Quality Assured Visitor Attraction 2017Quality Assured Visitor Attraction
  6. Add Hamsterley Forest to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 280 reviews280 reviews

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    Forest

    Hamsterley Forest

    Information point and tearoom, cycle hire and forest drive with children's play area. Four mile forest drive runs through the forest giving access to picnic sites along the way.

    Dates

    From:
    1 Oct 2018to31 Dec 2018Open 08:00 - 17:00

    Awards

    • Visit England Quality Assured Visitor Attraction 2017Quality Assured Visitor Attraction
    • Regional and Miscellaneous TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2016TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
  7. Add Crook Hall and Gardens to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 788 reviews788 reviews

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    Garden

    Durham City

    Medieval Hall, Jacobean Manor House and Georgian Town house surrounded by 5 acres of stunning gardens, set on the banks of the River Wear in Durham City Centre. Visitors are invited to try out the maze, hunt down the ghosts, experience the peace and...

    Awards

    • Regional and Miscellaneous TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2016TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
  8. Add Wharton Park to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 43 reviews43 reviews

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    Municipal Park

    Durham City

    City centre park with breath-taking views from the battlements of Durham Castle, Cathedral and trains coming across the Viaduct. Includes a play area, miniature car track and a Multi-Use Games area and quiet areas to get away from the city.

    Dates

    From:
    21 May 2018to31 Dec 2018
  9. Add Whitworth Hall Country Park to your Itinerary

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    Country / Royal Park

    Spennymoor

    Historic parkland with resident deer, ornamental lake, children's playground and Grade II listed building.

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  10. Add Durham University Botanic Garden to your Itinerary

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    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 313 reviews313 reviews

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    Botanic Garden

    Durham City

    Set in countryside and mature woodland. Plant collections from North America, Himalayas and China, glasshouse rainforest and desert plants. Six Colin Wilbourne sculptures in landscaped garden.

    Dates

    From:
    1 Jan 2018to31 Dec 2018Open 10:00 - 17:00

    Awards

    • Green Awards Green Tourism Business Scheme - Silver 2015Green Tourism Business Scheme - Silver
    • Visit England Quality Assured Visitor Attraction 2017Quality Assured Visitor Attraction
    • Regional and Miscellaneous TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2016TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence
  11. Add Auckland Castle Deer House and Park to your Itinerary

    Type

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    Historic Site

    Bishop Auckland

    Auckland Castle commands a prominent position overlooking the River Wear, surrounded by formal gardens and 200 acres of idyllic parkland. The highlight is a Deer House built in 1760 in Gothic Revival style constructed as a folly to provide shelter.

    Dates

    From:
    1 Oct 2017to31 Mar 2018Open 10:00 - 16:00