Holy Island is linked to the mainland by a causeway which is covered by the sea twice each day. But this doesn’t stop it from being a thriving community with a post office, local school and small harbour all servicing the 150 people who live on the island.
Home to history and the arts, this 18th century barracks houses the By Beat of Drum exhibition, the Kings Own Scottish Borderers Museum, Berwick Borough Museum AND Berwick art gallery! Tel: 01289 304493
Berwick-upon-Tweed Castle and Ramparts
Explore the remains of a medieval castle crucial to Anglo-Scottish warfare. Surrounding the whole historic town is a circular walk to enjoy.
Large garden, long herbaceous beds, woodland with speciman trees, croquet lawn, 60ft rill pond, formal gardens and woodland walk.
The Barn at Beal
Get up close and personal with eagles, falcons and owls at this wonderful Birds of Prey centre! Family friendly walks and trails are are also available for you to explore. On site Coffee shop, restaurant and Gift shop.
Lindisfarne Heritage Centre
The centre is home to three exhibitions, The Lindisfarne Gospels 'Turning the Pages' and a Viking 793 exhibition. Outside you can explore the beautifully laid out garden. Tel: 01289 389004
Dramatically perched on a rocky crag and accessible via a three mile causeway at low tide only, the islands castle presents an exciting and alluring aspect.
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