Seahouses Things to Do

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  • 1. Farne Islands

    I can not recommend highly enough to visit the Farne Islands. We visited in late May and were lucky to have a fine sunny day. I think the main boat operators run similar services to each other. They...

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  • 2. Tourist Information Centre

    There are 4 Tourist Information Centres along the Northumberland Coast (5 if you include Alnwick which is just inland). They are located at Amble, Craster,...

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  • 3. The Olde Ship

    The good people of Seahouses and the North-East have got an absolute gem here. The Ship has beckoned me for a fair number of years, and we’ve even stayed here,...

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  • 4. The Harbour

    Without doubt, the main feature of Seahouses is the harbour. It’s the first place most people head for, especially if they want to visit The Farne Islands.This...

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  • 5. Bamburgh Castle

    While not in Seahouses, it's only a 5 minute drive away. Bamburgh Castle is a large castle situated on a cliff overlooking the North Sea. It's the current home...

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  • 6. Seahouses Lifeboat Station

    We had a look inside the lifeboat station in Seahouses and got to see some of the workers cleaning down one of the lifeboats. The lifeboats that are operated by...

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  • 7. Boat Trip

    From the harbour at Seahouses you can book a boat trip to the Farne Islands. The Farne Islands are famous for seabirds and seals not to mention shipwrecks - the...

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  • 8. Grace Darling Museum

    Grace Darling was the daughter of the Keeper of the Longstone lighthouse, on the Farne Islands.In 1838 there was a storm, and the steamer 'Forfarshire' was cast...

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  • 9. Visit the lifeboat museum

    UK lifeboats are not funded by the government (amazingly).The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is a charity. It is funded by contributions from the...

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  • 10. Wander the harbour

    It's a proper harbour, with working fishing boats as well as pleasure craft.So there is almost always something going on, and always something interesting to...

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  • 11. Go to the Farne Islands

    Really.There are so many birds to see, and so many seals. They are used to the boats, so you can get really close to them.My trip stopped at the island with the...

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  • 12. Farne Island Boat Trip

    It cost £30 for two adults and two kids for the one and a half hour boat trip around the Farne Islands.Check what is in season to see or you might be...

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