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The weather in Hexham
Find the Hexham climate diagram. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 0° in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is May.
Explore historic Hexham from your own holiday letting
Boasting Roman ruins and medieval jails, Hexham is alive with historical tales. Whether you're a history buff or just hoping to learn something about the region's fascinating heritage, you'll surely find something to enjoy here. Choose from Hexham accommodations right in the small town or in the surrounding Northumbrian countryside.
Explore the Northumbrian countryside
With stretches of beautiful Northumbrian countryside at your doorstep, you'll find a range of outdoor attractions for kids of all ages to enjoy. Let the youngsters burn off some steam at the Go Ape centre in Matfen, or take the whole family to the outdoor swimming pool in Bishop Auckland, about 15 miles south of Hexham. Allensford Country Park in Consett has everything you need for a family day out, with playgrounds and a farm for the youngsters, lots of hiking trails for teenagers, and a café for Mum and Dad. Meanwhile, Falconry Days at Lady Hill Farm, just outside Hexham, offer demonstrations with falcons and owls – kids can even hold the birds if they're brave enough!
Romans and jailers
Anyone interested in British history will enjoy a trip north to the ruins of Hadrian's Wall – stretching from coast to coast, it once formed the barrier between Roman Britain and Scotland. The area is now home to visitor attractions, including the Roman fort of Vindolanda and its museum. Here, you can get a real feel for what life was like at this remote outpost, as well as learn about what Roman luxuries the soldiers brought with them, such as bath houses and even central heating. Back in town, there are more historical attractions, including the 14th-century Hexham Old Gaol, which is now a living museum with actors giving you a glimpse into the past. Hexham Abbey, dating from the 7th century, is also worth a visit. You can still visit the original Saxon crypt below the church, and enjoy the stunning stained glass windows from the 19th century right up to 2012.
Celebrate local music and food
The annual Hexham Gathering, which has been celebrated for over 20 years, features young folk musicians, singers, and dancers from the area as well as further afield. Held over the last weekend in May, it offers performances in various town venues, including the Queen's Hall Arts Centre. Whereas most of the stars are youngsters, there is no age restriction for the audience if you want to join in the fun. Hexham, an old market town, still hosts a farmers' market on the second and fourth Saturdays of the month in appropriately named Market Place. Pick up some local produce and prepare a feast.
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