Days out with dogs
Enjoy a great day out with your dog at an English Heritage property. With dog-friendly sites across the whole of England, your furry friends can join in a fun-filled day out. From vast Roman forts to spacious abbey ruins, give them a day out worth barking about.
Please be aware that dogs must be kept on a lead when walking in fields where livestock are grazing, and please always clean up after your dog. For information specific to a particular property, please see individual property listings.
Housesteads Roman Fort, Hadrian's Wall
Set high on the dramatic landscape of Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site, Housesteads Roman Fort offers a view back to the time of the Roman Empire, and plenty of surrounding open space for children and dogs alike to enjoy.Visit Housesteads
Adorning a rocky crag with spectacular views, Beeston is a sight to behold, and the winding shaded paths of the adjoining Woodland Park are a treat for canine companions.Visit Beeston Castle
Surely one of the wildest and most spectacular features of the Cornish coastline, the island and adjoining clifftops at Tintagel offer fantastic open spaces for dogs to enjoy.Visit Tintagel Castle
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Days out with Dogs
Enjoy a great day out with your dog at an English Heritage property. There are plenty of dog-friendly sites across the whole of England for your furry friends to enjoy.