Hulne Park

Open most days of the year, Hulne Park, just a few minutes from the town, is a quiet place for exploring away from the crowds. The entrance is at the end of Ratten Row, which meets the Eglingham road near to St Michael’s church.

The park is shut from time to time – check on the park’s website. You can download a map of the various permitted walking routes, but be aware that dogs are not allowed and cycling is not permitted.

The entrance to Hulne Park

Just before the entrance is a memorial stone which records the place where the Scottish king William the Lion was taken prisoner while besieging Alnwick Castle in 1174.