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We have visited Berwick twice now and have completely (nearly) all of the Lowry trail. Here are a few photographs from this trip. It’s a lovely walk around the town that goes in a nice circle. You can also cross the bridge to Spittal to...More
Lowry painted many paintings on his visits to Berwick and information boards on the trail point out places where he painted some of them. We did not do the whole trail but just came across the boards as we walked around the town. For those...More
The trail itself is well worth doing. It visits scenes painted by Lowry and at every station there is an explanatory plaque which enables you to contrast the painting with the scene as it is today.However, we did not find the leaflet provided by Tourist...More
Lowry frequently visited Berwick and painted some famous paintings here. You can actually visit the exact spot that he painted some of his important paintings. Pick up a leaflet from the Tourist information desk for the route or buy the small book (£4.99) from the...More
We didn’t use the map that’s available but spotted quite a few of the Lowry points on our walk around Berwick and this added interest as we found them.
A great idea and makes a stroll around more enjoyable
This has to be the best hidden gem. Don't let the parking and lack of shopping put you off seeing what is here. Think this is why our town remains as it does, cos it's so beautiful underneath all the cracks. Go get yourself for...More
Interesting route around Berwick old town, did not continue on the Spittal side of the Tweed due to strong winds blowing all day. Enjoyed wandering along the walls and attractive streets finding the same views Lowry had captured.
Response from sarah_stow | Reviewed this property |
Hi I would say a good hour . We stopped and started diverting here and there. Plus a lunch stop so not really too sure!! Enjoy it anyway. The landscapes just as they were. My imagination went into overdriveSarah