Landmarks & Monuments in North East England.

Angel of the North
If you're travelling past Gateshead, whether by car on the A1, or by train on the East coast main line, you can't miss the Angel of the North.
Brimham Rocks
The first known visitors to Brimham Rocks in the 18th century could not believe that these weird rock formations were not created by an ancient civilisation.
Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden
Few of The National Trust properties are UNESCO World Heritage Sites, but Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Park does have that distinction.
Gibside
Wildlife, a Statue of Liberty and family connections with the Queen Mother make Gibside a National Trust property which stands out from the rest.
Mother Shiptons Cave and the Petrifying Well
Mother Shipton is England's most famous Prophetess. She lived 500 years ago in the times of King Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I. She was born in a cave beside Knaresborough' s mysterious Petrifying Well.
Souter Lighthouse
Souter is a special place all year round and was the first lighthouse in the world designed and built to be powered by electricity. Opened in 1871, decommissioned in 1988, the National Trust acquired it and opened it to the public in 1990.
Stump Cross Caverns
Stump Cross Caverns is one of Britain's premier show caves, located in Nidderdale on the border of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. There are a range of facilities for a great family day out.

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