10 Things to do in Northumberland this Autumn

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10 things to do in Northumberland in Autumn.

10 Things to do in Northumberland this Autumn


It’s that cosy time of year, and we’re exploring ten things to do in Northumberland this Autumn.


Visit a Pumpkin Patch  

Nothing says Autumn like a pumpkin! Head to St.Abbs pumpkin patch in the Scottish Boarders, Oxford Farm Shop, Berwick upon Tweed, or visit Spring Hill Farm Pumpkin Festival, Seahouses to pick the best pumpkin for your ghoulish creation.

Seal Spotting

The Puffins may have gone for the season but that doesn’t mean there isn’t lots to see at the Farne Islands, Autumn brings plenty of seal activity with the arrival of new seal pups, so hop on a boat tour and see what all the excitements about.

Spookydorei, Alnwick Garden

Experience Lilidorei as it becomes spooktacular this Autumn.

Woodland Walks

Take in some tree bathing and nature spotting with an Autumnal walk. Why not try Thrunton Wood, Hulne Park, Howick Gardens ‘or Kielder Forest.

Get toasty with a roast

Nothing quite beats a roast dinner, so get toasty and settle down in a local pub for a delicious Sunday roast. Why not try The Black Swan, Seahouses. The White Swan, Warenford. The Northumberland Arms, Felton.

Take in some fireworks

Ranging from hot dogs by the bonfire fire to joining in the ‘ooooh’ and ‘ahhhhhh’ of fire work spectaculars! Check out this comprehensive list of places for action this Autumn

Sink yourself info an LJ Ross thriller

Discover the North East’s famous multi-million selling author and settle yourself down in a cosy spot with a thriller to remember. With titles such as Holy Island, Sycamore Gap, Dark Skies, and Longstone, you don’t have to look far to see where she got her inspiration.

Join an Immersive stargazing event

Head to Hauxley Nature reserve for an immersive star gazing event, discover the milky way, moon and stars in Northumberland’s dark skies.

Stay in a cosy cottage

With so much to discover in Northumberland you’ll be glad to get back to a cosy cottage and toast those toes by the log burner. Check out Autumn Availability here.

Treetop dinning

Experience tree top dining at The Tree House Restaurant, Alnwick Garden, in a cute and cosy setting with twinkling lights for something extra special.