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EXIT Newcastle Newcastle upon Tyne 3.8 km away
#1 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
The puzzles were simple once you know the answers but its the overthinking or not seeing something in plain site that makes it harder.
Never Give Up Newcastle Newcastle upon Tyne 3.7 km away
#2 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Victoria Tunnel Newcastle upon Tyne 3.5 km away
#3 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
The tour guides were very informative from the very start of the tour giving us information about the local area and interesting landmarks that we could see along the way.
Great visit a real view of local and war time history
#1 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Gateshead
This hotel is in a fantastic location such that you can walk into town and has delightful views of the river,the staff were friendly and efficient, the restaurant served delicious evening meal and a well organized...
A great time to view the bridge is in the evening when the bridge is lit in beautiful soft colours which are perfectly reflected in the Tyne to make an amazing eliptical shape.
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The Quayside Newcastle upon Tyne 3.2 km away
#4 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Our first visit to the quayside and its steeped in History Fantastic old building from the shipping days, Great walks along the quay, spent a few hours and some wonderful sights and walks
The Wonderful Millenium bridge takes you over to the Baltic arts centre which has interesting exhibits, kids activities and an outside viewing terrace which gives a fantastic view of the quayside and city all for...
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#2 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Gateshead
Overlooking the modern and vibrant Quayside area and sat just above the landmark Millenium Brige, the Sage is a modern and very spacious testament to just what can be achieved with a bit of innovation.
The halls have amazing acoustics, the constant programme of music & events as well as classes, workshops and more are as varied as the people who visit and the interior with its wonderful view of Newcastle is seco...
The Tyne Bridge Newcastle upon Tyne 3.2 km away
#6 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Excellent for taken photos and seeing some fantastic views on the way A must visit for people who love taking photographs of beautiful views
Iconic landmark of Newcastle, a must see to all visitors best views from the quayside where you can enjoy a stroll, coffee, cocktail,a meal, or a sit down and chill
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Grey Street Newcastle upon Tyne 3.6 km away
#5 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Set in the heart of newcastle you'll find yourself in a trendy street with fantastic views of grays monument and Theatre Royal you will have a choice of some great bars and restaurants.
If you every get a chance to go up, it is a wonderful view of Newcastle and more.The monument is at the top of Grey Street which has beautiful breath taking architecture.The Theatre Royal and plenty of restaurants...
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#3 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Gateshead
With family links to the North-east, seeing the structure atop the hill is heartwarming to see from a personal point of view but on a sightseeing level, the statue is a short stop and can be enjoyed easily.
Built on the site of former colliery buildings, the Angel is a wonderful tribute to the great industrial heritage of the North and the pride the people have in and for this wonderful part of the world.
St Nicholas Cathedral Newcastle upon Tyne 3.5 km away
#7 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
have often looked round the cathedral, but this time went on a guided tour saw a lot of things we had missed and told the history of them .Climb the 164 steps to the top of the spire some great views of the city o...
I had used the opportunity to visit Newcastle during the RWC2015, first day on the city, one of the first landmarks to visit, and it really worth the visit, with big windows in stain glass, a very simple cathedral...
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Newcastle Castle Newcastle upon Tyne 3.4 km away
#9 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
The castle is amazingly well preserved with lots of original features from the cellar to the the rooftop viewing area, which has amazing views across the city.
Climbing to the top of the Keep is well worth the 100+ steps as the view of the city, River Tyne and bridges is fantastic.
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Grainger Town Newcastle upon Tyne 3.9 km away
#8 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
It is a well preserved historic area with some stunning sights to be seen.
... which we could not go in to for safety reasons.We were told the history and shown lots of hidden facts we were also allowed on the balcony which is usually closed and got a birds eye view of the Market.very
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St. Mary's Cathedral Newcastle upon Tyne 3.8 km away
#10 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Ouseburn Farm Newcastle upon Tyne 3.5 km away
#12 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable there are Animals to view, plants veggies and flowers to see, to top it off it has lovely cafe with great cake!
Then back down for some petting , rabbits more baby birds , but my girls stopped at the snake !!!!! Then back upstairs for refreshments in the beautifully sunny balcony , with lovely views all around .
Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens Belsay, UK 5.2 km away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Belsay
The highlight of this great English Heritage site is a fabulous garden inside the quarries used to build the house - full of rhododendrons and a wide range of other shrubs.
... gardens well maintained and the castle which i didn`t even know was there well what can i say the views from the top must be spectacular shame my knee and fear of heights beat me my treat from the tea rooms ro...
Grey's Monument Newcastle upon Tyne 3.9 km away
#11 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
... and bustle 24/7 all year round and hosts a market in the winter, some political rally’s, outside sunshine drinking from the Charles Grey pub which is an OK pub, made amazing by the views you get when upstairs.
A must when in newcastle!!! fantastic views, very cheap, well worth the steps up!! you get half an hour to climb up and see the view but this is more than enough time!
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Newcastle Central Station Newcastle upon Tyne 3.7 km away
#13 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
This time we bought tickets just so we could take the train out to the metrocentre and straight back so grandson could experience the wonderful view as the train curves over the Tyne and into this gorgeous station.
Still retains its character and the shops on site do no distract from the original structure of the building.
Bessie Surtees House Newcastle upon Tyne 3.2 km away
#14 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Two ten year olds and two forty year olds had great fun making paper bag houses/shops,Tudor brick patterns,bridges,cities and tracing over Newcastle landmarks.
I have not been inside the building but to view it from the outside is a fascinating step back some several centuries into the past.
#4 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Gateshead
The Baltic Contemporary Art Centre is in a superb location right on the banks of the River Tyne with superb views over the river and its beautiful bridges and buildings.
Wonderful building, the views are fantastic, the restaurant has the best view of all.
#5 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Gateshead
Lovely little gem of a place with on site cafe.
The views from here across the Tyne are stunning.
#6 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Gateshead
Once you've enjoyed the amazing views towards Newcastle or inland, make sure to stroll through the small woodland area.
Come & view the wonderful preserved Dunston Staiths, look back at the History where the Steam Boats used to dock for filling up with coal, you can stand there & imagine the scene way back then, after that you can...
City Hall Newcastle upon Tyne 4.1 km away
#15 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
This is a great venue for what ever show is on great views of the stage nice comfortable seats and easy access.
At the arena I find I watch the video more than the artist performing - even in the back seats you have a FANTASTIC view
Washington Old Hall Washington 6.2 km away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Washington
... and again the guides were there on hand to answer any questions and were very knowledgeable.The cafe on site too was excellent good standard of food but had a limited menu however it was lovely,the cafe has ju...
There is also a small coffee shop on site where you can get a refreshment and cake with tables in the garden to sit and enjoy it - lovely!
#7 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Gateshead
attended a evening after wedding do whot a nice venue clean very modern staff very helpful overlooking the river tyne fantastic view next to the sage well worth a visit very surprised at how good the venue was lim...
There is parking on site.
Metro Radio Arena Newcastle upon Tyne 3.5 km away
#17 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
Brilliant arena, great views wherever you sit!
The arena is great and we had a wonderful view - only half was used so the stage was in the middle, so it felt intimate and personal.
Blackfriars Medieval Friary Newcastle upon Tyne 4.0 km away
#18 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
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Segedunum Wallsend 5.8 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Wallsend
The building itself is fascinating, with a quirky tower which looks as though it would be more at home on Tracy Island, but which gives brilliant views over the fort and the Tyne beyond - and for aficionados of mo...
The guided tour is clear and informative which we were introduced to two of the archeological sites: the original Roman bath and part of Hadrian’s Wall newly discovered 2 years ago.
#9 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Gateshead
For the nature lover it is set in beautiful grounds and for the artist there is an islet in the water proving a variety of views that made me wish I could draw or paint.
Our visit at the weekend was my first ... I was very impressed at the level of work that has been carried out on this site to restore the mill.
The Newcastle Town Wall Newcastle upon Tyne 3.7 km away
#20 of 35 Sights & Landmarks in Newcastle upon Tyne
We spotted this unexpected landmark while walking to Chinatown via West Walls Lane.
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