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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.
Simply stunning setting, a great day out, dog friendly walk around the parks.
I really like Raby Castle it has a deer park, great gardens and a good cafe. The Castle is very well presented and well worth a visit
15min drive. Absolutely beautiful place to visit. Walk around the grounds, visit the castle, play in the park and eat in the restaurant.
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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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“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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“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 information centre, café, gift shop and picnic area are ideal for walkers and cyclists, and the centre is dog friendly. There’s also plenty to do for families with nature trails, wildlife spotting and a mud kitchen. Sit a while and discover nature from our birdwatching spots and wildlife areas, or walk to Low Force and High Force. After dark, experience the stars at our officially-designated Dark Sky Discovery Site. The art gallery displays works by local artists, with exhibitions changing throughout the year. There is free wifi and ample parking. We run all kinds of events throughout the year and full details can be found on our website www.visitbowlees.org.uk.”
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Point of Interest
“Kynren is a must see, with 1500 local volunteers putting on a show of 2000 years of history through an 11 year old boys eyes. The show is live, open air and spectacular.... a must see for all the family.”
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Point of Interest
“Low Force tumbles over the Whin Sill, a layer of hard dolerite rock (known locally as whinstone). The Whin Sill formed 295 million years ago from molten rock, which cooled and solidified underground. Today, after millions of years of erosion it is exposed as rocky landscape features at Low Force, High Force and other places in Upper Teesdale. The Pennine Way footpath route runs alongside the River at Low Force. Low Force is also easily accessible from Bowlees Visitor Centre.”
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