At Wallington House and Gardens you can enjoy a pleasant few hours admiring the interior of this historic stately home and exploring the extensive grounds with woods, ponds, walled garden and conservatory.
Wallington was the home of the Trevelyan family from 1777 until it was gifted to the National Trust in 1942.
Here are some of the highlights:
The central hall is decorated with a series of eight murals by Newcastle-based Scottish artist William Bell Scott (1811-1890) telling the history of Northumberland. Here are a couple of them:
Other outdoor attractions include a wildlife hide from where you might be lucky enough to spot red squirrels, an adventure playground, a play train and a play fort
Walllington is a National Trust property with all the facilities you would expect including a café and refreshment kiosk, parking, toilets etc.
You can find details of opening times, ticket prices etc. on National Trust’s website.
Where is Wallington?
You can find the location on this map:
National Trust Wallington
B6342, Cambo, Morpeth, Northumberland NE61 4A
Tel: 01670 773600
3 thoughts on “Wallington House and Gardens, Cambo, Northumberland”
Liked the mural of Hadrian’s Wall. Seems the Roman Legionnaire has interrupted the builders having their brew up!
Yes, those Ancient Brits must have been a difficult bunch for the Romans to manage.