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The Weather in Durham
You can see our climate diagram above. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. However, temperatures can go lower than 35° in Durham in January. The rainiest month is December while the driest month is September.
See Historic North East England with Durham Vacation Rentals
Situated in North East England, Durham is among the country’s most treasured historic cities. Durham vacation rentals are as diverse as the city's fascinating past. Whether you're seeking a charming terraced period property in the city center or a cottage in the countryside, this city has so much to offer.
Visit Durham's UNESCO World Heritage Sites
For hundreds of years, Durham Cathedral has been a place of worship for locals. Built by the Normans in 1093, the UNESCO World Heritage Site is renowned for its Romanesque architecture.
The Normans’ influence is also seen at Durham Castle, which was built in 1072 shortly after the Norman Conquest. The castle has been a part of Durham University since 1840. Close by is Market Hall, a bustling indoor market of over 50 independent traders.
Sample a Proper North East Welcome with Durham's Nightlife
Durham’s large student population gives the city a vibrant nightlife. There's something to suit all tastes, with craft beer bars, fashionable cocktail joints, and traditional pubs.
A handful of bars and pubs line the riverbank. Head to The Swan & Three Cygnets to mix with locals, Whisky River for freshly made cocktails with a beautiful view, The Big Jug for live music, and Studio Nightclub to dance 'til dawn.
Learn About North East England's History on Excursions From Durham
Durham is proud of its history. Learn about North East England of yesteryear at Beamish, the Living Museum of the North. This open-air museum brings the past to life, charting the Industrial Revolution, the Great War, and much more.
Alternatively, travel north to Gateshead and see the Angel of the North. Built in 1998, this huge steel sculpture watches over the region.
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