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Notice: We know it's difficult when you already have a journey planned then a lot of snow decides to fall. Please be aware that the snow is rather deep here at Hadrian's Wall Country and unless your journey is absolutely necessary we would advise you to postpone your visit for another day. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Roman wall running through an often wild landscape

Witness the stunning views, explore natural wilderness and become immersed in the history while visiting Hadrian’s Wall and Housesteads Fort.

Walk alongside the wall to Milecastle 37 and the famous Sycamore Gap, taking in the amazing sights along the way.

Visit the Fort for a real insight into Roman military life and discover the past behind the archaeological remains, using the stone walls as a guide around the village south of the fort and envisage the different chambers and rooms.

Note: The Fort is owned by National Trust but maintained by English Heritage.

Venture through the snow alongside Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site © National Trust / Laura Jackson

Venture through the snow alongside Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site

Snowshoeing at Hadrian's Wall

Embrace the snow and venture alongside Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site wearing snowshoes.

Enjoy a day out learning key winter walking skills, such as navigation and making emergency snow shelters. Plus indulging in some fun activities including sledging, and perhaps throwing a snowball, or two?

Half term Feb fun!

Looking for half term activities? Hopefully we can help. An astronomy event is sure to entertain the stars in your life... Join NASTRO for some guidance then try star gazing for yourself.

Winter walks

Get the thermals out and wrap up warm for a walk at Hadrian's Wall. Get a real feel for what the Romans endured during winter (it really is wild) and you can grab a hot drink and snack afterwards.

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