10 places in the North East to visit #fathersday

14 Jun

2007-01-04 0181. This not the combination you hear of everyday but the Vintage Transport and Real Ale Festival @tanfieldrailway sounds a day out that is going to hard to beat  – the chance to be a driver for a fiver too?

https://northeastwithkids.wordpress.com/?s=tanfield&submit=Search

 

 

IMG_20140523_1130202. If you weren’t at the 150th Miners’ Picnic today, head to Woodhorn Museum, near Ashington tomorrow and mix mining heritage with coming face to face with the daddy of all dinosaurs the T-Rex himself and a train ride too

http://notedpr.co.uk/uncategorized/a-roaring-good-time-at-woodhorns-dinosaur-encounter/

 

 

IMG_20140607_1120113.  Uncivilised… like humans only different? Find out about the Wild Man of @belsayhall, have a lovely walk through the beautiful gardens and quarry and climb a castle …

https://northeastwithkids.wordpress.com/2014/06/09/echoes-and-rhododendrons-at-belsay-hall/

https://northeastwithkids.wordpress.com/2012/09/28/walk-at-belsay-hall/

 

druridge24. Any excuse to visit Druridge Bay….

https://northeastwithkids.wordpress.com/2014/05/20/taste-of-summer-druridge-bay-and-morpeth/

http://www.visitnorthumberland.com/do/druridge-bay-country-park-p26011

 

 

 

Holy Island

Holy Island

5.  I had magical happy memories of visiting Holy Island as a child and my first return visit with my family didn’t disappoint

https://northeastwithkids.wordpress.com/2012/10/20/holy-island-2/

 

 

 

wpid-IMG_20130929_173555.JPG6. A cycle around The Rising Sun Country Park – who’d have thought all this was just behind the Asda?

https://northeastwithkids.wordpress.com/2013/09/29/cycling-and-brambling-in-rising-sun-country-park/

 

 

 

wpid-IMG_20130918_182341.JPG7. Treat yourselves to breakfast/brunch or lunch on the beach at Tynemouth#

https://northeastwithkids.wordpress.com/2013/06/21/sandcastles-and-a-latte-at-tynemouth/

 

 

 

DSCF00238. Cycling at Kielder Water

https://northeastwithkids.wordpress.com/2014/03/04/cycling-and-exploring-at-kielder-water/

 

 

 

wpid-wp-1396891671233.jpeg9. There’s something “other worldly” about Cragside, near Rothbury – visit Lord Armstrong’s famous home – the first to be lit by hydroelectricty, learn about Sir Jospeh Swan and the lightbulb, ramble through the craggy woodland and have a cheeky zip wire in the playground

https://northeastwithkids.wordpress.com/2014/04/07/1044/

 

 

wall10. Get in touch with your inner Roman geek and take a walk on Hadrian’s Wall or visit Vindolanda

https://northeastwithkids.wordpress.com/2013/06/20/picnic-and-wall-climbing-roman-style-at-vindolanda/

 

 

 

 

 

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