Shopping in the North East

Away from the hustle and bustle of the high street, browse unique and locally-made gifts inspired by special places in the North East. Combine a day out at your favourite place with a visit to a shop, where everything you buy helps us look after special places for everyone to enjoy.

A teapot and mugs with a colourful wildflower pattern

Browse the shop

Set in the old stable block, overlooking Tumbleton Lake, you'll find the Cragside shop. Selling seasonal gifts and locally produced crafts, feel even happier with your purchase knowing all of the money we make goes back into our conservation work.

Home fragrance range

Stop off at the shop

From Monday 17 August both of our shops will be open, 11am-4pm. You’ll find a great selection of gifts, homeware and local products to choose from. We’ve introduced some measures to help keep everyone safe, including a one way system and screens at our tills. The number of visitors in the shop at one time will be limited. We’re also only able to accept card payment at the moment. We look forward to welcoming you back.

Two puffin products in Seahouses shop

Shopping in Seahouses or on Holy Island 

For a puffin souvenir, visit our shop in Seahouses or on Holy Island. We've got a range of gifts, homeware, plants and more.

Seaton Delaval Hall inspired tea towel

Shopping at Seaton Delaval Hall  

Pick up a souvenir with a difference at Seaton Delaval Hallwith a new range inspired by the Curtain Rises Project to conserve this special place. Treat someone special to a notebook, tote bag or book featuring unique designs inspired by the infamous tricks and tales of the ‘gay’ Delavals.

Bamboo picnic jug and bowls from summer retail product range 2019.

Shopping at Gibside

Conservation volunteer, Judy Summerson, carries out a survey of the meadow in front of the Hall. She's done this every year, for 10 years to collect data on what plants and wildlife are living in the meadow. Now, this has inspired a retail range called Gibside Grasses. Pop inside and take a look...

A Bewick print

Find a gift to remember at Cherryburn  

Take a piece of history home with a print made from Thomas Bewick's original 200-year-old printing blocks. Produced at Cherryburn, Thomas Bewick's birthplace, the prints are produced in limited quantities making them a truly special gift. Every print bought helps to look after the home that inspired Bewick's innovative work.

Curl up with something cosy with our range of UK-made throws and blankets

Shopping at Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal

Taste delicious chutneys, sample teas and find fresh blooms in the plant centre as well as gifts and seasonal products in our shop.