A Northumberland tourism bus service has announced special tickets for 2021 which will allow users to save on admission to local tourist attractions.

The AD122, which is the main bus route serving Hadrian’s Wall, will have Rover Tickets which permit unlimited travel on every Go North East route. Rover Tickets will also allow 10 per cent savings on admission to Vindolanda, the Romany Army Museum, Housesteads, Chesters and Birdoswald.

The bus, which is named after the year that Hadrian's Wall was constructed, leaves from Hexham Railway Station and stops at several attractions along Hadrian’s Wall, including Greenhead and Once Brewed.

The AD122 is a seasonal service and in 2021, it has been running since Easter, continuing until September. Its Rover Tickets also allow for cheaper travel on other Go North East routes such as the Toon Tour.