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The Weather in Berwick-upon-Tweed
You can see our climate diagram above. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. Conversely, January is the coolest month in Berwick-upon-Tweed, with temperatures falling below 2°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Discover Northern England with Berwick-upon-Tweed holiday lettings
Immortalised by the celebrated painter L.S. Lowry, Berwick is the epitome of Northern England. Surrounded by impressive Elizabethan walls and idyllic beaches, the town combines culture with natural splendour and family fun with high art.
There are a number of superb galleries in the vicinity. Check out The Granary, just off Bridge Street, where you'll find a range of contemporary exhibitions and a great bistro. Berwick Watchtower is another cultural high point of the town, housing the works of Ian Stephenson and temporary exhibitions by guest artists. Exercise your discernment at Gymnasium Gallery, next to the Town Walls.
Get creative with the kids
Make a splash at one of the stunning beaches in the area, which include Berwick Beach, Spittal and The Greenses Harbour. Equipped with a play park and a splash park, this is the perfect place for a beachside day out. Pot a Doodle Do is a popular craft centre, where you can design your own pots and a variety of other crafts and take them home as souvenirs.
Unmissable attractions in Berwick-upon-Tweed
Andy Howeys Birds of Prey Centre
Ever wanted to hold an owl, raptor or snake? Here you can, and there are also rare albino hedgehogs and a host of creepy crawlies for the whole family to discover. Watch one of the animal displays, which last between an hour and 90 minutes, showcasing the marvels of the animal kingdom right before your eyes.
The Elizabeth Walls
One of Northumberland's most celebrated sites are the Elizabeth Walls which engird the city. In fact, they were commenced before the time of Queen Elizabeth during the reign of Edward I. They are some of the best preserved examples in all of Europe and the most expensive project of England's Golden Age.
Chain Bridge Honey Farm
Learn all about the processes of bee-keeping and honey making at this fascinating (and tasty) farm and coffee shop. Purchase honey products produced on site, and wander through exhibits like a living bee colony behind glass, with commentary written by expert calligrapher Dorien Irving.
Berwick upon-Tweed Barracks and Main Guard
Check out the cannons and impressive military fortifications and regalia at this fascinating English Heritage site. Built during the 18th century, the barracks were one of the first purpose built barracks in England. The exhibition inside gives you an in-depth account of the wars from the Civil War to the First World War.
The Lowry Trail
Lawrence Stephen Lowry is renowned for his matchstick men paintings of industrial scenes located in the north-west of England. Follow in his footsteps as Berwick unfolds to you through the painter's eyes. Lowry represented the town on many occasions and regularly holidayed here. His works are on display throughout the town, and at Salford's Lowry Gallery.
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