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Vibrant NewcastleGateshead and the wider area is made up of a diverse variety of towns, cities, coast and countryside offering a huge selection of things to do whatever your tastes. From soaking up world-class culture in the city centres; discovering thousands of years of heritage at Hadrian’s Wall; and visiting the biggest and best science centre in the North of England, you’ll be amazed at how much we have to offer.
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Welcome to the home of adventure in the North East! Set in the Treetops of our ancient woodland, our High Ropes Course is 2 hours of non-stop fun and challenges guaranteed to get your adrenaline pumping.
Durham Cathedral is regarded as the finest Norman building in Europe. It is the burial place of both St Cuthbert, a great northern saint, and the Venerable Bede, author of the first English history.
Stunning winter gardens, with 1,500 of the world's most exotic flowers, plants and trees. Dramatic 'Museum Street', 11 galleries, tree top walkway, shop, brasserie and lifts.
Wander around a romantic 16th-century castle.
Lindisfarne Castle was originally a Tudor fort before being transformed into a private house. Step inside and you’ll find intimate decorative rooms and stunning views along the coast.
Newcastle upon Tyne
Located in the historic heart of the city, Newcastle Castle tells the story of this fascinating historic site by uniting the Black Gate and the Castle.
Experience a real sense of your past at Beamish and discover what life was like in North East England in Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian times.
Tynemouth Castle and Priory was once one of the largest fortified areas in England. Overlooking the North Sea and the River Tyne, it dominates the headland.
Breathtaking stretch of silver sands surrounded by wildlife-rich dunes
The Shipley is home to one of the largest collections of contemporary craft in northern England. Exhibits include jewellery, textiles, ceramics, furniture and glass.
Discover the birthplace of artist Thomas Bewick.