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Attractions

Teesdale is packed full of little wows, each making a great day out and together a great holiday.

Bowes Museum Exterior

The Bowes Museum is a French Chateau in Barnard Castle with an extensive collection of European art. 

High Force in Summer Flood

Experience the breath taking sight of England's highest waterfall, High Force.

Raby Castle and Parkland

A wealth of history is waiting to be discovered at the fantastically preserved Raby Castle. 

Barnard Castle Entrance

The 12th Century castle is perched on rock high above the river Tees in the centre of the Barnard Castle town. 

Woodland at Hamsterley Forest

Find wildlife, peace, play and activities for your own woodland adventure in Teesdale at Hamsterley Forest.

Bowlees Visitor Centre

Bowlees Visitor centre is a perfect base for exploring the Upper Teesdale landscape. 

Eggleston Hall Gardens

Eggleston Hall Gardens and Cafe are a must see visit for gardeners and those with an interest in specialist plants.

Antiques Shop Interior

Experience shopping heaven in the fantastic mix of independent shops and traders in Barnard Castle and Middleton-in-Teesdale.

Hannahs Meadow

Discover the world of the famous woman farmer Hannah Hauxwell with rich flower meadows and a small exhibition.

Rokeby Park

Rokeby Park is a stunning country house built in the Palladian style in the 1730's. 

Exterior of The Witham Hall

Visit the stunning, refurbished Witham Hall in the centre of Barnard Castle for cultural events and the café.

Egglestone Abbey

Egglestone Abbey is an abandoned monastery on the banks of the river Tees just outside Barnard Castle. 

Newbiggin Chapel

Nestled in Upper Teesdale in the tiny hamlet of Newbiggin is the world's oldest continuous use Methodist Chapel.

Bowes Castle

The impressive ruins of a 12th Century keep that was built to guard the Stainmore Pass.