Hadrian's Wall Country stretches across the north of England from the west Cumbrian Roman coastal defences at Ravenglass, through Whitehaven, Workington and Maryport to Bowness-on-Solway, along Hadrian's Wall through Carlisle to Hexham in Northumberland and on to Newcastle upon Tyne, Wallsend and South Shields.
Unlike many other historic places, Hadrian's Wall Country has something for everyone - world class archaeology, spectacular landscapes, rare wildlife, complete solitude, vibrant cities, wonderful pubs and a population of friendly and welcoming people.
Hadrian's Wall Country offers infinite opportunities for cherished memories and special moments. The sheer scale of the World Heritage Site combined with the four seasons, the living landscape and the people who live, work and visit here mean it is an ever changing canvas. It is where history is accessible to all, where adults and children learn and it is where the Romans are still part of everyday life 1,600 years after they left.
A dramatic section of wall with turrets and an impressive milecastle.
The new Hadrian’s Wall Gallery features a large-scale, interactive model of Hadrian's Wall and...
The bath house walls here are the tallest surviving remains along the Frontier.
Amazing reconstructed Roman fort buildings, the best in Britain with gatehouse, barrack block and...
Experience Britain's greatest Roman monument and immerse yourself in the dynamic story of Rome's furthermost frontier.
Hadrian’s Wall Path National Trail, circular walks and shorter routes through stunning countryside, and to great visitor attractions.
Hadrian's Wall Country is full of enjoyable things to do for all the family young and old.
Exploring Hadrian's Wall Country on two wheels is a joy. Here you'll find quiet country lanes and cycle paths that make cycling a pleasure.
From big cities on big rivers to tucked away hamlets there is something for everyone to find and enjoy.