What is Penshaw Monument?
Penshaw Monument is a 70 foot high monument. The monument is a replica of the Temple of Hephaestus and can be seen for miles. In Wearside its considered one of there most beloved landmarks and can even be seen on the Sunderland football club badge.
What is there to do ?
One thing is to enjoy the view by doing either of two things walking be that at monument or the near by woodland. Another way to enjoy the view is by going to the monuments roof where you can see for miles. It is pet friendly so you can even take your dog for walk.
A second thing to do is go geocaching. Geocaching is a version of treasure hunting with GPS device or mobile phone. Find more about geocaching with [link]
Finally a third option is to volunteer. There are many different types of volunteering they offer be that volunteer litter picking to the monument guides. You will not only gain new skills but will learn the significance of wildflowers and of limestone. For more information on volunteering click [link]
There are a few disadvantages such as there is a minimum height restriction to the roof access. There is also no parking and can only be accessed by walking or biking as the terrain is by steps or uneven terrain.
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