There are many famous attractions near to Haltwhistle including;
Vindolanda, Housesteads & Chesters Roman Forts
The angel of the north
and many more...
This is the longest stretch of Hadrian’s Wall with extensive remains of the Roman fort.
Vindolanda, the outdoor site and indoor Museum will entertain you, your family or group.
With its centuries of history, this is a fascinating place to spend an hour or two.
Roman Army Museum
This museum lies by a sweeping section of Hadrian's Wall by Walltown Crags.
Set up on a dramatic ridge, is the best preserved of all the Roman forts.
The Roman Fort at Chesters is located at a beautiful setting by the river Tyne.
Walltown Crags is one of the best places to view Hadrian's Wall.
More than 260m long, it once carried the Haltwhistle to Alston railway.
Northumberland & Cumbria
See centuries of history within a few miles of each other and then return to the black bull in haltwhistle for a drink or two.
The Abbey is one of the earliest surviving Christian foundations in Britain.
A well preserved 9th century castle which houses a permanent military museum.
Carlisle's Cathedral, established in 1122 is well worth a visit.
The Angel of the North
Erected in February 1998, Antony Gormley's The Angel of the North has become one of the most talked about pieces of public art ever produced.