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On visiting "Holy Island" on a boat trip along with 40 other folk we arrived to find the attractions closed. This apparently was due to the state of the tide. Both The National Trust and English Heritage could not be bothered to accommodate a boat...More
I visited Lindisfarne as I have a keen interest in Norse history and thought It would be worth seeing where it all began in England back in 793A.D. Unfortuanately the most exciting element was the drive across the causeway. The visitors centre is small with...More
The Lindisfarne Heritage Centre is a great little place which we happened upon whilst exploring Holy Island. Although small, it is very informative about the history of the Island. To be honest I feel I learnt more here then I did at the Priory itself....More
This is a wonderful Centre. Just four rooms but absolutely packed with varied and interesing information. We spent 2 hours here and could easily have spent longer. The Centre covers so much - the wildlife, the Vikings, St Cuthbert, and the everyday life of the...More
If you want to visit just to say you've been to Holy Island then that's fine, just don't expect to find a lot here to keep you occupied for hours, there's a nice walk to the castle (which I didn't go in due to the...More