If you are looking for garden or woodland walks in Northumberland, look no further than Howick Hall Gardens & Arboretum. At Howick Hall there are a variety of different walks and trails to choose from. You can take a stroll around the Howick Hall Gardens. A quiet woodland walk through Silverwood. Maybe you would like to stretch your legs and head on the Long Walk through the East Arboretum.
Throughout the year you can see many wonderful sites taking a walk around the gardens and arboretums of Howick Hall. If you are looking for extra special walks in Northumberland, why not visit us after we open again after our Winter break?When you can enjoy our now famous snow drop festival.
Accessible Walks in Northumberland
Garden seats are placed around the garden to help those who cannot walk long distances and are marked on the map with a blue cross. Most of the paths in the garden are accessible to people with physical disabilities, but they are constructed of small gravel or grass. Please ask for a Physical Disability Map on arrival.
We have been told by visitors that use a wheelchair, that most paths are suitable. However, be aware of the camber on paths marked in orange. Most of all, avoid those marked in red due to steep gradients. Those marked in pink are alternative paths for wheelchairs or people with physical disabilities.
Further details can be found in the access information section.
For keen walkers there is the Howick Circular walk, for details visit the Northumberland Council website