Corbridge, once a busy Roman Town, is now a destination of distinction and is home to some of the oldest finds in Britain. Once a garrison town for Roman soldiers and a safe crossing place over the Tyne, houses here are built with stone from the Roman town of Corstopitum, where today’s Corbridge grew from. View the remains of this ancient Roman Site on the outskirts of the village.
- Location: Northumberland – off A69, A68.
- Nearby: Hexham 4.5 miles, Haltwhistle 20 miles, Newcastle 19 miles.
- Opening times: not applicable.
- Parking: free parking on South Side of River (over bridge), 3 hours paid parking (09:00-15:00, free for first 30 mins) in and around village centre.
- Facilities: public toilets, accommodation, cafes, public houses, restaurants.
- Things to do: shopping, eating, drinking, walking, sports.