THINGS TO SEE AND DO

NORHAM VILLAGE IN OUR OPINION IS LOCATED IN THE PERFECT SPOT TO DISCOVER THE BORDERLANDS, TAKING IN THE SIGHTS, SOUNDS AND CULINARY EXPERIENCES ALONG THE WAY.

Norham Village is located in the beautiful borders between England and Scotland, giving you lots of options whether you are just visiting the village for the day, passing through or have taken the opportunity to stay with us for a short break.

It is the perfect base to explore the rich history of a turbulent past, relax and try your hand at salmon fishing or walk one of the many circular paths and breathe in the country air.

We have lots of food options too, Forman's butchers, Fords the bakers, the village shop and the Masons Arms all offer culinary delights to everyone's taste.

 

Finding us couldn't be easier, we have great transport links. 

 

If you are coming by car you can use the map or postcode TD15 2LQ.

Our closest train station is Berwick Upon Tweed just 7.5 miles away, and a regular bus service runs through Norham 7 days a week so you have no excuse not to pop in and say hi.  You can find out the latest trains and bus service information on our community services page under transport.

Norham Castle

  • History 

  • Plan

  • English Heritage

Norham Castle

Walking

  • Village walks

  • Around the village walks

  • Turner Trail

  • Border walks

  • National trail coastal path

  • Scotland's national walking network

Walking

Norham Church

  • Discover the church

Norham Church

Turner Trail

Discover the Turner Trail and why Turner himself loved Norham. You can download a trail map full of information and a guide to discovering the locations Turner painted his iconic works of art.

Click here to download the Turner Trail guide

Turner Trail

Cycling

  • Norham Cycle Group

  • Routes around Norham (GPX)

  • National cycle routes (Route 1 & 68)

  • Scotland's national cycle routes

Cycling

Parks

  • Village green

  • Jubilee field

  • Village orchard 

Parks

River Tweed

  • Join the Ladykirk & Norham Angling Improvement Association

  • Day Permits

  • Salmon Fishing

  • Gillies of the river

  • History of the River Tweed

The River Tweed

Discover our history, breathe in our air and enjoy our food.

Norham Village Map

Norham is full to the brim of things to see and do for all the family. We have the deadliest castle in England, parks for the children to play, Norham church often described as the cathedral of the north and the William Turner trail to name but a few.

You can enjoy walks in England and explore the National Trail Coastal Route or cross over into Scotland to experience a variety of border walks. 

 

Take a look at the village map (click on the map to make it bigger)  so you can get your bearings and explore Norham... you can even download the map by clicking here.

PLEASE USE THE MAP TO HELP NAVIGATE AROUND NORHAM VILLAGE

FIND YOUR WAY