A Historic Market Town
Barnard Castle is a growing market town of Barnard Castle historic and is a fortress. The city is once again proud of the gravel road, yard and alleys, the first in the 12th Century has been created. This is the capital of Teesdale. City, which is about one kilometer long, is located on the southern slope of the hill, steep down to the river Tees, Owe Bernard Baliol hometown built a palace here, in the twelfth century. Charles Dickens visited Barnard Castle in February 1832 and lived in the Kings Head in the market. The city is the administrative center of the circle Teesdale in County Durham. Locally known as Barney Barnard Castle, is one of the Top Fifty Britain’s most historic and architectural important cities. The A66 trans-Pennine roads provide easy access from the M6 and the A1 highway. It is filled with old shops interesting and has one of the best antique center in northern England and was on the bench, a steep road leading down from the Market Cross with the 16th and early 17th Century deep in both sides. Market Place Barnard Castle in the heart of the city and is dominated by an attractive octagonal building called the Market Cross. Teesdale Farmers Market can be found on the first Saturday of each month at Barnard Castle. At the heart of the city, is the octagonal Market cross, or Butter Market, a few goals, which sold here in the manufacture of dairy products, and it was locked and the City, City Hall and Courthouse. Barnard Castle is a ruined castle overlooking the River Tees on. This is also a fixed 3-floor, 14th century great hall and round the circular tower. Citadel’s to English Heritage. The bailey is private and not open to the public. Immediately after Baliol family primary residence. Named the first to build a castle and founded the city. Bowes Museum in Barnard Castle market town built in the French style chateau, and opened in 1892. Founded more than 100 years ago by John and Josephine Bowes. It contains the largest collection in Europe and the decorative arts both in the north of England. The museum also houses a number of entertaining interactive displays, and presents exhibitions program, leading to loss of the year.