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Barnard Castle

DL12 9AT
T: 01833 638212

www: Barnard Castle
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Imposing remains of one of England's largest medieval castles set on a high rock above the River Tees. There is a sensory garden of scented plants and tactile objects.
Dogs welcome on a lead.
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Beamish: The North of England Open Air Museum

Beamish DH9 0RG
T: 0191 3704000

www: Beamish: The North of England Open Air Museum
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Open air museum set in over 300 acres of beautiful countryside that shows life as it was in 1825 and 1913. Visitors can enjoy unlimited rides on historic trams and a replica bus to explore the site.
Dogs are welcome, though they must be accompanied and kept on a lead at all times. Only assistance dogs are allowed in period buildings or refreshment areas.
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Low Barnes Nature Reserve

Whitton-le-Wear, Bishop Auckland DL14 0AG
T: 01388 488728

www: Low Barnes Nature Reserve
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50 hectare wetland site with woodland and grassland. Low Barns has developed following gravel extraction. The River Wear flows through the reserve and there are three lakes.
Dogs must be kept under control.
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Eggleston Hall Gardens

Eggleston, Barnard Castle DL12 0AG
T: 01833 650115

www: Eggleston Hall Gardens
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Four and a half acre garden with winding paths, organic vegetables and a moorland stream. The 16th century churchyard is a tranquil place to sit.
Dogs on a lead are welcome in the garden.
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Finchale Priory

Brasside, Newton Hall DH1 5SH
T: 0191 3866528

www: Finchale Priory
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Extensive remains of a 13th-century priory in a wooded setting beside the River Wear.
Dogs welcome on a lead.
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Killhope The North of England Lead Mining Museum

DL13 1AR
T: 01388 537505

www: Killhope The North of England Lead Mining Museum
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See how miners lived and worked and see the huge working waterwheel. There is also a visitor centre, mineral exhibition, woodland walk, red squirrel hide and children's play area.
Dogs welcome on a lead. Free degradable poo bag available and dog waste bin in car park. Dogs can not go into the Park Level Mine or café.
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