Bit pricey, but very interesting and stunning views from the top, but you need to be able to climb the stairs.
About Newcastle Castle
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Surprisingly large with lots of rooms to explore. Lots of steps yes but that can only mean a great view. We visited just before the sunset and although freezing waited to see day turn to night and it was amazing.
a must view on a visit to newcastle ,our beautiful casle keep. parts re generated but a magnificent site , it can even be viewd along the train tyracks in central station
Spent a couple of hours looking round here. I spent 4 years in Newcastle and never visited it. Finally made up for it. Lots of steps but well worth the effort. There is a lift to the admission area which is also part of the...More
An interesting place with a railway running through the middle of it. the Black Gate is a great start to the tour spred over three floors it shows some of the Castles history. a gentle stroll across to the keep passing under the railway, under...More
One of the few places of interest in Newcastle city centre that we felt was worth a visit. The site is split between two buildings - the black gate & the keep - which look quite impressive as you approach them - just a shame...More
The entrance fee of 6.50 pounds is well worth it. The castle keep, built in the 13th century, has interconnected staircases where you can climb to the rooftop (99 steps) to get an excellent view of the city and river. There is also the great...More
My first visit to Newcastle and did not even know it still had a castle. It was a great visit. The climb to the top was steep, but had a banister and wide steps so was not too bad. The views were amazing. It was...More