North West England

North West England Attractions

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4 star rating: Recommended 9 Reviews

Newcastle Upon Tyne and neighboring Gateshead together constitute the major urban center of northeast England. Locals (known as ”Geordies”) are rarely shy ...  Read more

Anfield Stadium

2 star rating: It was OK, but could have been better 2 Reviews

Red is the color of victory at Anfield Stadium, home of the legendary Liverpool Football Club since 1892. The 1884 stadium has also hosted boxing, tennis and ...  Read more

Durham Castle

Durham Castle was built in 1072 by the order of William the Conqueror, who intended it as a statement of power over the local Saxons as well as a bulwark ...  Read more

Aysgarth Falls

Immortalized on-screen in Kevin Costner’s Robin Hood Prince of Thieves and famously inspiring artists and poets like Ruskin, Turner and Wordsworth, the ...  Read more

Bolton Castle

Perched on the windswept moors of Wensleydale, the imposing square keep of Bolton Castle is among the most distinctive landmarks of the Yorkshire Dales ...  Read more


The town of Chester in northwest England was established by the Romans in 70AD making it one of the country's oldest towns. It is also one of England's best ...  Read more

Goathland Station

It’s the second stop along the famous North Yorkshire Moors Railway, England’s most popular heritage railway, but to Harry Potter fans, Goathland Station is ...  Read more

Housesteads Fort

The UNESCO World Heritage-listed Hadrian’s Wall took a decade to construct from AD 122 onwards to prevent rebel tribes in Scotland from repeatedly crossing ...  Read more


Manchester was the world’s first industrial city and, appropriately enough, its first post-industrial city as well, and its transformation into a modern ...  Read more

Middleham Castle

The once-mighty Middleham Castle might now lie in ruins, but it’s none-the-less impressive and as you walk around the roofless remains, it’s easy to imagine ...  Read more

Northumberland National Park

Northumberland National Park lies within the northern English county from which it draws its name and is bounded by borders both ancient and modern: ...  Read more

North York Moors National Park

There are few places in England as untamed as the North Yorkshire Moors and it’s an enchanting backdrop for hikers, with acres of wind-tousled moorlands, ...  Read more

Old Sarum

Just outside of Salisbury, England is the Old Sarum, one of the oldest settlements in the country. It was originally built as a hill fort and eventually grew ...  Read more

Yorkshire Dales National Park

A vast expanse of rolling countryside and dramatic limestone valleys, dotted with traditional English villages, wildlife reserves and historic ruins, the ...  Read more

Aintree Racecourse

A Liverpool and sporting institution since the 1830s, Aintree Racecourse is synonymous with Britain’s most famous horserace, the legendary Grand National. The ...  Read more

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