This former work house is now a significant visitor attraction, it houses the Tourist Information Centre and an exciting National Park exhibition interpreting the rich, hill fort heritage of the area. Also on permanent display is the Millennium Cross-stitch, which depicts local history and culture and a small exhibition on the famous local women's rights activist Josephine Butler.
Said to be the only survivors of the wild herds which once roamed freely through the forests of Great Britain, guided tours available.
A 15" gauge steam railway running from Heatherslaw, two miles to Etal Village - a return journey of 50 minutes. Great fun for the kids (and the big kids)