Wooler and Glendale

Gateway to the Cheviot Hills

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Archaeological Sites
Royal township of the 6th c Anglo-Saxon kings of Northumbria.
Visitor Attractions
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...
Historic Buildings
The most haunted house in England? take a tour to find out.
Visitor Attractions
Said to be the only survivors of the wild herds which once roamed freely through the forests of Great Britain, guided tours available.
Cup & Ring Markings
Many markings dot the hillside, explore and enjoy.
Historic Buildings
14th century castle, border warfare exhibition, shop and audio tour.
Visitor Attractions
One destination, Over 20 attractions. Ford & Etal is a place to discover. Home to the Joicey family for over 100 years, this large rural Northumberland estate offers a host of places to visit and things to do and a great range of accommodation. ...
Visitor Attractions
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)
Historic Buildings
Working water mill on the banks of the River Till.
Historic Buildings
a striking building, served as the village school until 1957, and is now the Village Hall. Recognised as one of the most interesting and gifted artists of the Victoria era, Lady Waterford spent the years between 1862 and 1883 decorating the walls with life size paintings. They depict children...
Heritage Sites
4000 year old henge site with an interpretation trail.
Cup & Ring Markings
These markings are on a huge natural, whaleback shape of sandstone outcrop, within woodland close to the road.
Battle Sites
Of the many battles fought between English and Scottish armies over the centauries, few match the ferocity and slaughter that took place one rainy September afternoon in 1513 between Branxton Hill and Flodden Hill in north Northumberland.
Battle Sites
The Battle of Hedgeley Moor on 25 April 1464, was a battle of the Wars of the Roses.
Battle Sites
The battle of Homildon or Humbleton Hill, sometimes also known as the battle of Millfield, was fought on the 14th September 1402 between an army of Northumbrians led by Henry Percy, 1st Earl of Northumberland and force of Scottish raiders commanded by Archibald Douglas, 4th Earl of Douglas. ...
Cup & Ring Markings
Four sites close together on the moor.
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