If you are travelling from the WEST along the A69 (from M6/Carlisle), follow the brown & white tourism signs to “Hadrian’s Wall”. As you near the junction, near Greenhead, turn left off the A69 and follow the signs to “The Sill”.
If you are travelling from the EAST along the A69 (from A1/ Newcastle), follow the brown & white tourism signs to “Hadrian’s Wall”. As you’re near the Stagshaw roundabout (Nr Corbridge), turn left off the A69 and follow the signs to “The Sill”.
The Sill: National Landscape Discovery Centre is located at NE47 7AN
Between Easter and End of September, the Hadrian’s Wall Bus service (AD122) runs an hourly service between Hexham and Haltwhistle, visiting all the main Roman sites and the Sill. The bus stop at the Sill is located right outside the main entrance. The operator of the service is GoNorthEast. Visit: www.gonortheast.co.uk/ad122
Concessionary bus pass holders travel free on all journeys after 9.30am on weekdays and all day at weekends or Bank Holidays (holders of Northumberland Concessionary Bus Passes may board after 9 am on weekdays).
Child tickets are available for all Under 16’s. Student tickets are available on production of a valid NUS or International Student ID card. Family tickets are available for up to 2 adults & 3 children travelling together & must include at least 1 adult & 1 child.
Please note that Go North East Buzzfare tickets are only valid for travel on the AD122 between Hexham and Chollerford. North East & North West Explorer tickets are not valid on the AD122.
The Sill is accessible from the Hadrian’s Cycleway (NCN72). There are 3 bike stands in front of the building and 6 lockable bike storage units available to hire for bikes and bags on site.