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Bowlees Visitor Centre

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April 5, 2021
Visitor centre for the North Pennines AONB
March 12, 2021
Situated amidst stunning woodland, near to Low and High Force waterfalls and surrounded by rolling fields that boast some of the best hay meadows in England, Bowlees Visitor Centre has all you need to make your visit to the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty a memorable one. The…
July 6, 2020
Great place to start your walk to Low Force and High Force waterfalls. Park in the car park and walk to the visitor's centre. Keep heading towards the River Tees, which requires you to first cross the main road. Then follow the footpath signs. It's about an hour walk to High Force and back. …
November 10, 2019
This is a circular walk taking in the magnificent High Force Falls, stop off at High Force Hotel or carry on to Bowlees for tea and scones! Yummy!
April 30, 2018
Delicious scones and cakes after a walk to Low Force and High Force

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“The Weardale Railway follows the path of the River Wear and passes through the spectacular scenery of Weardale. With historic connections to the Stockton & Darlington Railway, it was once a vital link to the industrial heart of Teesside. Steeped in a rich industrial heritage, the area is also renowned for magnificent and unspoilt views of the countryside. The railway is a partnership between the majority stakeholder British American Railway Services, Durham County Council and the Weardale Railway Trust, with a united goal of delivering a reliable service and an enjoyable experience. A fun day out for all, young or old, our uniformed staff wait to welcome you aboard authentic carriages hauled by our heritage locomotives. Relax in the cafe with home made traditional food baked on the premises. The heritage service offers departures from Stanhope to Bishop Auckland via stations at Frosterley, Wolsingham and Witton-le-Wear. The railway is available for hire, details on application. Special events catered for. Timetable enquiries - 01388 526203,”
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“Family run working farm open to visitors of all ages, booking essential. Lots of fun for all the family”
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““Outstanding Volunteer Run Museum” – but don’t take our word for it, this is the verdict of Renaissance North East and the Arts Council for England who have also awarded the museum full accreditation. This small folk museum is packed with fascinating stories from the past including a hands on lead-miner’s kitchen and The Weardale Tapestry, a beautiful 16 foot free-style embroidery depicting Weardale’s history. To commemorate those who served in World War 1 the Museum has assembled a special display to remember ever soldier from Weardale who died with stories, images and artefacts illustrating the lives of many individuals. Visit also the historic and beautiful High House Chapel, the oldest Methodist Chapel to have held continuous weekly services since it was built in 1760, and one of John Wesley’s favourite chapels.”
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Natural Feature
“Watch wildlife, sky gazing and take in the incredible natural beauty of Hamsterley Forest. Families can have their pick of four walking trails, four cycling trails and plenty of outdoor play areas to enjoy. Youngsters can sign up for the Zog Activity Trail where you can follow panels and complete activities on a grand forest adventure. ”
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“You can enjoy walks and trails in the 18th Century walled garden and 200 acre deer park. The castle itself is one of the most impressive intact castles in the North of England. Built in the 14 th Century it is well worth a visit.”
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