Last updated: 17 September 2020

As the Government guidelines evolve, Northumberland National Park Authority will provide the most up-to-date visitor information on this page.

Good To Go England logoThe Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre is open every day from 10 am to 5 pm. For regular visitors, it will look and feel a little different at first. You don’t have to pre-book before visiting The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre and entry is free. The Once Brewed Coffee and Bakehouse, the Lost Words exhibition, the shop and the Whin Sill roof top walk are all open with COVID-secure measures in place.

Our Walltown Visitor Centre is open from 10 am -5 pm, Friday to Sunday.

Toilet facilities have reopened at The Sill, Walltown, Cawfields (Hadrian’s Wall), Alwinton and at Bulby’s Wood, Ingram Valley.

When visiting Northumberland National Park, it’s important everyone continues to follow government guidelines closely, especially in relation to social distancing and limiting your contact with other people. What you need to do is detailed here.

Government have also issued guidance on using green spaces while protecting yourself and others. This important information is detailed here.

If you’re visiting Northumberland National Park for the first time, we have some useful tips to help you plan your day here.

We ask everyone to consider the steps below when visiting Northumberland National Park. We all need to do our bit to control the spread of the Coronavirus and every action you take will make a difference.

We would like to thank our communities, staff, volunteers, and visitors for continuing to be understanding and vigilant during this time.

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