Northumberland National Park

Northumberland National Park Authority is following current government guidelines which can be found in the four-step roadmap here.

Whilst the ‘Stay at Home’ rule will end on 29 March, people should minimise the number of journeys they make where possible and avoid busy locations within the National Park. The Park is a living, working landscape and this is an incredibly important time of year for farming communities in the middle of lambing season and for ground-nesting birds.

If you choose to visit Northumberland National Park – please be responsible, considerate and kind.

Read our latest statement here.

Visit the Park

The Sill

Northumberland National Park’s brand new visitor attraction will excite and inspire people of all ages to explore the landscape, history, culture and heritage of Northumberland.

Learn about The Sill

Northumberland National Park Foundation

The Northumberland National Park Foundation is a registered charity that aims to safeguard the future of the North East’s most unspoilt and iconic landscapes.

Our foundation
A photograph of Head Ranger Margaret Anderson

Margaret Anderson

Senior Park Ranger

You can feel a connection with the past in parts of the landscape which seem timeless. It’s an incredible place with a dramatic ruggedness and solitude, and that is what people who live in the hectic modern world need.