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Northumberlandia, Cramlington

(3.8/5 based on 440+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • Not far from Cramlington town centre,Northumberlandia is a good place to walk,but not flat,with a few gentle climbs if you want to do the full circuit.Often very muddy and very exposed,proper footwear...  more »
  • On our doorstep, so we use it as an alternative venue to walk the pooch...Very exposed.windy,and cold even in the summer months so ideal to blow the cobwebs away... Lots of dogs being walked by irresp...  more »
  • We visited on a cold and misty day looking for a walk that was away from our usual spots. We had been meaning to go for a long while, and although I'm glad I can say I've been and seen it, it wasn't t...  more »
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  • Fairly large free car park with electric charge station. Small limited menu cafĂ© with indoor and outdoor seating. Short walks around and on the nearby sculpture. Interesting view of the nearby open cast mine from atop the sculpture. Overall, it's an opportunity for a free and bit different walk. Can't argue with that.
  • Just loved the views when you get to the top. Even loved watching the open cast next door.....after all its thanks to the mining company she is here at all !!! Would of been 5 stars if the toilets had had a R.A.D.A.R lock
  • A lovely place to visit. We came in October and it was very quiet. It seems the visitor centre shuts on Mondays and Tuesdays at this time of year (which is understandable) just a shame there were no open toilets to make use of.
  • A good idea to use the space that was used to cover the mine next door. The views were not that fantastic but it's a good place to drag the kids out to.
  • A former industrial slag heap which has been transformed into a series of landscaped earthworks with ponds, providing a superb area for wildlife and walking. Informative and enjoyable