Self-guided walking trails around the town include:

The Lowry Trail

The artist L S Lowry visited Berwick-upon-Tweed many times from the mid-1930's until the summer before he died and he produced more than thirty drawings and paintings of the Berwick area. Our Lowry Trail, created by the Berwick Preservation Society, allows you to follow in his footsteps along a trail of 18 information panels featuring many of his views of the town..

The Barleycorn Trail

Berwick has been a centre for grain producing, malting and milling for hundreds of years. Evidence of these industries can be seen in many buildings in the town, some of which have very different uses today.  Explore this important element of Berwick’s industrial and architectural heritage along our Barleycorn Trail.

The Fishy Trail

Berwick-upon-Tweed, Tweedmouth and Spittal have a long history of sea-fishing and salmon netting. The Fishy Trail has been created to lead visitors around the many sites and buildings associated with these industries, today and in the past.

Tweed and Coast Nature Trail

Follow the free trail of 14 blue butterfly-shaped boards that are updated with the seasons. There is also a downloadable Explorer Quiz for children.

A range of maps and trail leaflets can be found at Berwick Tourist Information Centre

Self-guided Walks in Berwick-upon-Tweed

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