Berwick on Tweed Holiday Park makes a base for exploring the local area. You will find some great family days out whch are close to the park. Something for everyone, with all the ingredients to make you day out a memorable one for the whole family.
Choose from days at the seaside or maybe an historical tour around one of the many castles.
Andy Howeys Birds of Prey Centre - each display lasts around 45 minutes and everybody has an opportunity to get up close to our resident beasts. Come along and see birds of prey and even handle the birds. In the new home in the grounds of Haggerston Castle in Northumberland you will find something for all of the family, youn and old alike, from the cute and cuddly, the creepy and crawly and the scaly and slithery.
Paxton House - there many activities at Paxton House to keep you busy for a whole day, including house tours, boat trips and net fishing on the River Tweed, tearoom and gift shop, extensive grounds and gardens, galleries and exhibitions. One of the finest examples of an 18th-century Palladian Country house in all of Britain.
Cocklawburn Beach - a stunning sand and rock beach, between Berwick and Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve. Great for long walks on this large beach with plenty of space for all the family.
Berwick-upon-Tweed Barracks - built in the early 18th century. The 'By Beat of Drum' exhibition gives you an insight into the life of the British infantryman from the Civil War to the First World War.
Berwick Lighthouse - is located at the end of the pier at the historical town of Berwick upon Tweed. Built in the 19th century the light guides shipping to the entrance to the River Tweed and Berwick Harbour.
The Kings Own Scottish Borderer's Museum - is located within Berwick Barracks, an English Heritage site. This infantry regiment was formed in 1689 and recruited in the south-east of Scotland. Its long service continued until 2006, when it was merged into The Royal Regiment of Scotland. Car parking is free.