East Coast Taxis offers a full-day’s drive along Hadrian’s Wall, which includes visits to both the Roman Army Museum and to Vindolanda. Running between February and November, the tour starts at £120 for up to 4 people, £130 for 5, or £140 for up to 7.
Hexham-based Hadrian’s Wall Taxis runs sight-seeing tours to specific Hadrian’s Wall destinations, as well as a handy baggage transfer service for those walking or cycling the frontier. The company is also useful for anyone arriving at Newcastle Airport, Newcastle Central Station or Hexham Station and looking for a lift to accommodation in Northumberland.
A to B Private Hire and Taxi is run from Barrasford on the central, Northumberland stretch of the Wall. As well as tours, A to B offer transfers for both people and baggage and can transport bicycles if required.
Advanced Taxis run a comprehensive east to west (or west to east!) Hadrian’s Wall tour. Taking a full day to complete, the tour follows a carefully considered itinerary that takes in Lanercost Priory, Vindolanda and Chester Roman Fort, amongst other highlights. Lunch is taken at The Twice Brewed Inn, which is something of a local landmark beside Steel Rigg.