You're probably aware of the award-winning Alnwick Gardens, a wonderland created by the Duchess of Northumberland that has become one of the country's fastest-growing tourist attractions.

Everyone from the serious horticulturalist to curious teenagers will find something in The Alnwick Garden. There's a poison garden full of dangerous plants and one of the largest treehouses in Europe.

And there's also Howick Gardens & Arboretum - recently recognised by the BBC Gardener's World Magazine as one of the top five coastal gardens in the country and once home to Earl Grey, the great British Prime Minister who gave his name to the famous blend of Earl Grey Tea.

There is also the fantastic Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens, a true original with a rock garden inspired by the quarry gardens of Sicily, whilst fans of the most famous of British landscape gardeners, 'Capability' Brown can enjoy the lake inspired by his original plan at his birthplace - Kirkharle.

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  • Category: Garden
Planting Bulbs
This 18th century walled pleasure garden has a Victorian glasshouse that runs as a cafe serving quality seasonal food which is all produced on site, as well as a garden nursery, cook store a ...
Welcome to Belsay Hall Castle and Gardens
Historic sites
With so much to see and do, a trip to Belsay is one of the best value family days out in North East England. Explore the grand medieval castle, later extended to include a magnificent Jacobean mansion ...
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Outside Cragside House Gardens and Estate
Historic sites
Creation of Lord Armstrong, Victorian inventor and landscape genius. Gardens, red squirrels, woodland and lakeside walks. ...
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Garden 1
One of the world's most extraordinary contemporary gardens. ...
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Cannon and castle
Historic sites
In the heart of Northumberland, a medieval castle with stunning views of formal gardens and the Cheviot Hills. Perfect for architectural and naturalist/historical enthusiasts. ...
Performance at Carlisle Park
The William Turner Garden, formal gardens and historic architectural remains. Riverside and woodland walks, aviary, tennis courts, bowling greens, paddling pool and boating. ...
Seaton Delaval Hall
Historic sites
Seaton Delaval
Seaton Delaval Hall comprising a centre block between 2 arcaded and pedimented wings, the east wing contains fine stables and there are gardens with statues. ...
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Northumberlandia near Cramlington
Sightseeing and Leisure
The world's largest human form sculpted into the landscape. Northumberlandia is a landmark feature designed by world renowned artist Charles Jencks. ...
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Daffodils and Howick Hall
Beautiful gardens, woodland walks, a Prime Minister and a famous cup of tea - Earl Grey of course since Howick was his home!  Enjoy Snowdrops, Daffodils, and Rhododendrons in spring; Tulips in th ...
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Minotaur Maze at Kielder Water
The Minotaur Maze is a must for children and adults alike. The adventurous will discover a number of special features that include a small glittering room formed from rocks of recycled glass. ...
Outside George Stephensons Birthplace
Historic sites
Small stone cottage built about 1750. Birthplace in 1781 of inventor George Stephenson. One room open to the public. Car park in Wylam village. ...
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Snowy Castle
Historic sites
Holy Island
Iconic Tudor Fort converted into an intimate holiday home in 1903 for Edward Hudson by architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. With charming Gertrude Jekyll walled garden and stunning coastal views to Bambu ...
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Whalton Manor Gardens
Discover one of Northumberland's hidden gems; open exclusively by appointment for individuals and pre-booked group tours. Historically significant, the gardens of this 17th century house owe much to ...
Alnwick Castle Grounds
Parkland, Gothic tower, lovely views and good walking. No dogs, cycles or vehicles are allowed in the park. ...
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quarry pond
Set within the picturesque Northumbrian countryside, a unique garden created from a sandstone quarry, planted with unusual perennials, many available from our nursery. As the Counties only RHS partner ...
Bolam Lake Country Park
Nature and Wildlife
Bolam Lake Country Park is situated in the heart of the beautiful Northumberland countryside surrounded by historic landscapes and dramatic views. ...

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