With River Wansbeck on its eastern side, Morpeth is one of the towns in Northumberland located in England. With nearly 14,000 inhabitants the place is rich in architectural buildings dating back to as far as 13th century. Some of the popular historical landmarks that attract a huge number of tourists include the town are a free-standing 17th-century clock tower, a grand town hall, the Georgian home of Admiral Lord Collingwood, and a 13th-century chapel called The Chantry that houses the Morpeth Chantry Bagpipe Museum. The major source of revenue of this place depends on tourism. And as such one will find accommodations, restaurants and tourist places to visit.
This town enjoys a maritime climate that has cool summers with mild winters. With well connected railways lines, the town has direct trains to and fro London. This place enjoys the reputation of having steep and curvy station lines.
As far as education is concerned, Morpeth has primary and secondary schools to meet the needs of the time.
So if you are on the lookout for a holiday destination with historical backgrounds and a feel of the past, then opt for Morpeth this weekend. You are sure to get charmed and inspired by the rich history of the place.