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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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Built on the most magnificent scale, Dunstanburgh Castle stands on a remote headland in Northumberland.
Intu Metrocentre is the biggest and best shopping and leisure centre in the UK and Europe. Find information on opening times, shops and travel directions.
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.
The Gateshead Angel of the North is Britain's largest sculpture. Find travel information and directions to the Angel of the North.
Gateshead Millennium Bridge - the world's first and only tilting bridge! Did you know the Gateshead Millennium Bridge has been on a postage stamp?
With rocky shores, grey seals and many species of seabird, the Farne Islands are as stunning as they are interesting. If you’re planning a day trip, be sure to take a picnic.
From the Hadrian’s Wall World Heritage Site and stunning coastal castles to spiritual priories, grand gardens and intriguing hidden gems, English Heritage in North East England can offer so many great places to visit for a summer day out.
Newcastle upon Tyne
Any visitor to NewcastleGateshead who surveys the city skyline, can be left in little doubt as to one of the overriding passions of the region. St James' Park is home to Newcastle United and the ground towers over the city.
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.
Take a look inside a real Victorian railway station and visit the fascinating ticket office. Watch trains pass by and 'drive' a full-size bus cab. Explore 7 new interactive galleries which have been formed since the £1million redevelopment.