Here are the top 24 attraction ranked by TripAdvisor reviewers.
5. Wallington Hall
Wallington is a country house and gardens about 12 miles west of Morpeth, near the village of Cambo. The estate was owned by the Fenwick family from 1475 until Sir John Fenwick, 3rd Baronet, had financial problems and sold his properties to the Blacketts, a wealthy Newcastle family of mine owners and shipping magnates, in 1688, after which it was almost entirely rebuilt. It has been owned by the National Trust since 1942. Visit https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wallington
Photo: Jane Coltman
6. Housesteads Fort
TripAdvisor says: 'One of the North East’s most famous and not-to-be-missed tourist attractions lying in the beautiful landscape of Hadrian's Wall Country. Formerly a key military post on the northern frontier of Britain, Vindolanda is the home of Britain's 'Top Treasure' - the Vindolanda Writing Tablets - and is one Europe's most important Roman archeological sites.' Visit https://www.vindolanda.com/ Picture shows the view along Hadrian's Wall towards sunrise near Housesteads Fort. (Rod Edwards/British Tourist Authority)
Photo: Rod Edwards
7. The Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
TripAdvisor says: 'The Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) offers some the finest landscapes in the country. It was designated in 1958 and covers 39 miles of coast from Berwick to the Coquet Estuary. Within this stretch of coastline is some of the most dramatic coastal scenery - sweeping sandy beaches, rolling dunes, high rocky cliffs and isolated islands.' Pictured is Sugar Sands beach near Longhoughton. Visit https://www.northumberlandcoastaonb.org/
Photo: Jane Coltman
8. Elizabethan Town Walls, Berwick
Berwick's town walls are its most famous piece of architecture and still stand strong today, hundreds of years after they were built. Its Elizabethan Walls, built in 1558 to keep out marauding Scots, are a mile and a-quarter in length. The ramparts completely surround the town, with four gates through which entry to the town is enabled.
Photo: Kimberely Powell