99 things to do without a car!

1. Follow in Lowry's Footsteps on the Lowry Trail

2. Take a walk through Berwick's history (seasonal) 

3. Walk the Elizabethan walls

4. View three castles from one bridge!

5. Visit the King's Own Scottish Borderers museum

6. Experience a soldier's life in Berwick Barracks

7. Take a bus to Paxton House and a boat trip on the Tweed

8. Play in the brand new Flagstaff Play park!

9. Taste Food sourced within 15 miles of the River Tweed

10. Spot otters by the Old Bridge.

11. Take in a performance at the Maltings

12. Tour the Town Hall and get locked in the old cells! (Seasonal)

13. Take a picnic to Spittal Beach and build sandcastles!

14. Explore the Town’s Georgian Architecture

15. Shop local!

16. Catch the bus and visit the Grace Darling museum in Bamburgh

17. Start the Sandstone Way Cycle Route for Mountain Bikes

18. Visit part of Sir William Burrell's art collection at Berwick Museum (Seasonal)

19. View contemporary art at the Gymnasium Gallery (Seasonal)

20. Walk the riverside to the Castle ruin

21. Enjoy a delicious lunch in town

22. Catch the train to Edinburgh

23. Catch the train to Newcastle

24. Catch the bus to Holy Island and walk back to Berwick

25. Catch the bus and visit Norham Castle. (Border Buses bus details here.)

26. Catch the bus (and a boat) to see the breeding birds on the Farne Islands

27. Go river or sea fishing

28. Go for a swim at the Swan Centre

29. Catch the bus and visit Lindisfarne Castle and Priory

30. Cycle to Holy Island

31. Catch the bus and visit Ford & Etal

32. Paint a pot at Pot-a-doodle-do (walk or cycle to Borewell Farm)

33. Walk part of St Cuthbert’s Way

34. Catch the bus and visit Alnwick Gardens

35. Catch the bus a do a circular walk in the Cheviot Hills from Wooler. (Border Buses bus times here.)

36. Catch the bus and walk the Pilgrims Way over the Lindisfarne sands

37. Enjoy Berwick's Book Festival

38. Catch the bus and visit Bamburgh Castle

39. Catch the bus and go seal watching on the Farne Islands

40. Walk the Berwickshire Coast Path to Eyemouth or St Abbs and catch the bus back

41. Canoe along the River Tweed

42. Try Coasteering

43. Go on a Wildlife Safari

44. Catch the bus and walk to St Cuthbert’s Cave

45. Catch the bus and visit the beekeepers at Chain Bridge Honey Farm

46. Watch Swans on the River Tweed

47. Catch the bus and walk from Seahouses to Belford, along the Northumberland Coast Path

48. Play Golf

49. Go on a Geology walk

50. Catch the bus and walk the Berwickshire Coast Path from St Abbs to Cockburnspath

51. Catch the bus and enjoy walking trails at Paxton House

52. Catch the bus and find orchids in the dunes at Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve

53. Hire a bike and do a circular route from Berwick

54. Catch the bus and walk the Coast Path between Craster and Seahouses

55. Catch the bus and visit Alnwick Castle

56. Catch the bus and visit Kelso

57. Take a circular walk from Belford

58. Cycle to St Abbs

59. Take a Ghost Tour!

60. Catch the bus and visit Lindisfarne Heritage Centre and St Aidan's Winery

61. Walk the Coast Path from Fenwick to Berwick

62. Catch the bus and go on the Heatherslaw Light Railway

63. Walk the battlefield at Halidon Hill

64. Visit Berwick Garden Centre at East Ord (walk or bus)

65. Catch the bus and spend an afternoon in Barter Books

66. Visit Berwick's Cromwellian Church

67. Enjoy the illumination of the Royal Border bridge at sunset

68. Take part in one of the many town events

69. Listen to a live band(Also see the Maltings for live music) 

70. Catch the bus and find ancient rock carvings at Duddo

71. Catch the bus and take a circular trail around Holy Island

72. Cycle to Coldstream and back

73. Catch the bus and walk some of the Abbeys Way

74. Celebrate a traditional ride out at Berwick Riding of the Bounds

75. Catch the bus and see the Arctic Tern colony in Beadnell Bay

76. Visit Berwick Autumn Festivals

77. See local Potters at work (walk or bus)

78. See and buy local artists work

79. Go to the Speedway - Seasonal

80. Spot steam trains

81. Research your Family History

82. Watch a football match

83. Spots seals in the River Tweed

84. Stay longer

85. Drink Real Ale

86. Watch a Film

87. Go Birdwatching

88. Take a boat trip on the River Tweed

89. Go Rock-pooling at Spittal

90. Visit Berwick Market and Buttermarket stalls

91. Visit Berwick Tourist information Centre for visitor information and free town maps

92. Cycle the Coast and castles route (Sustrans route 1)

93. Go to Lindisfarne Festival

94. Go for a walk in the Parks

95. See international Film and Media Art at Berwick Film Festival

96. Stay in Berwick YHA

97. Catch the bus and learn to surf

98. Catch the bus and visit a Smuggler's House (Seasonal)

99. Catch the bus and go horse-riding on the beach


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