The Battery consists of a collection of military buildings that have been restored on the south beach at Blyth. They all have a different purpose including – the Magazine where all of the shells for the guns were stored, a WW2 Battery Observation Post, WW1 Battery Observation Post, Searchlight building, 1st World War Officers Dugout, along with a recreation of an underground monitoring post used by the Royal Observer Corps that can be found in the War Shelter behind the gun emplacements.


Operator: Blyth Battery Volunteers Ltd

Address: South Beach Blyth Northumberland NE24 3PQ

  • Telephone: 07881 462 284
  • Email: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
  • Website: View website

Open Days & Times

Apr-Sep Sat-Sun 1100-1600. Visit website for more details.


  • By Rail: Cramlington / 7 miles


  • Parking
  • Refreshments
  • Souvenir Shop
  • Part disabled access

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