Designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor, Britain's oldest purpose-built barracks (1717) now house an assortment of museums and art galleries,...
Time to Explore Guided Tours
Passionate local Derek Sharman leads 1¼-hour Town & Walls tours taking in the town's highlights, and 1¾-hour Hidden Berwick tours...
Cell Block Museum
The original jail cells in the upper floor of the town hall (1750–61) have been preserved as a chilling museum devoted to crime and...
Berwick's best watering hole attracts a mixed, laid-back crowd who can be found sipping real ales and micro-distilled gins and whiskies...
From the hearty all-day breakfast through to homemade pies for lunch and the likes of gammon and pineapple in the evening, this place...
Berwick Walls information
You can walk almost the entire length of Berwick's hefty Elizabethan walls, begun in 1558 to reinforce an earlier set built during the reign of Edward II. The mile-long walk is a must, with wonderful, wide-open views. Only a small fragment remains of the once mighty border castle , most of the building having been replaced by the train station.