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The Weather in Otterburn
This is the climate diagram for Otterburn. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 18°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 0° in February. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is May.
Uncover Otterburn's ancient origins at a holiday cottage
Otterburn accommodation positions you in one of Britain's heritage hotspots, where Hadrian's famous wall intersects with the spectacular Pennine Way and many more delights.
Heritage in Northumberland
Visit Hexham Abbey for a fascinating insight into Northumberland's contested history. Artefacts are everywhere, and there's an Anglo-Saxon crypt to discover, which was built in 674 CE. Touch a cross from the Dark Ages, sit on a Bishop's throne from the 7th century, and climb 35 grooved steps known as the Night Stair.
Come and discover the rich history of Otterburn at the Heritage Centre in Bellingham. You'll be transported back in time via the Border Counties Railway. Photographs by W.P. Collier are a testament to the remarkable beauty of the region.
Falcons and forest forays
Falconry Days will have your family sitting on the edge of their seats as owls, eagles, and falcons soar and swoop inches above your heads. Special demonstrations are joined by the opportunity to learn more about handling birds of prey, and you might even get the chance to hold an owl or eagle yourself.
At Kielder Art and Architecture, you can explore the Kielder Forest & Water Park along three trails. Don't miss the Minotaur maze and the resplendent room at its centre. Meanwhile, the Mirage Deck hovers above the forest and Skyspace directs your attention heavenwards.
Follow Hadrian's Wall
Hadrian's Wall continues to carve Britain's landscape, centuries after its construction by the Roman leader. At Hadrian's Wall and Fort, you can witness the remarkable intertwining of history with the landscape. Don't forget to visit the famous Sycamore Gap.
Be even more entrenched in Roman military history at the Roman Army Museum nearby. Artefacts discovered onsite offer a fascinating insight into the lives of garrisons based at Hadrian's Wall and the Vindolanda settlement just minutes from the fortification.
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