Walk in the footsteps of the Roman Legions, along the Hadrians Wall National Trail and around the beautiful surrounding areas.
Hadrian's Wall is a World Heritage Site and spans the dramatic countryside of Cumbria and Northumbria (about eighty miles) A significant portion of the wall still exists, particularly the mid-section, and for much of its length the wall can be followed on foot by Hadrian's Wall Path or by cycle on National Cycle Route 72. It is the most popular tourist attraction in Northern England, where it is often known simply as the Roman Wall. It was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. English Heritage, a government organisation in charge of managing the historic environment of England, describes it as "the most important monument built by the Romans in Britain". Guests can drive to Birdoswald Fort and Visitors' Centre in thirty minutes.