Tickets for the Rugby World Cup 2015 in Newcastle will go on sale to the general public in the UK and around the world today via an application window that runs until 29 September, 2014.
St. James' Park will host a full round of First Utility Super League fixtures next May when Rugby League's unique six-match extravaganza takes place in NewcastleGateshead for the first time.
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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.
Leisure / Swimming Pool
Sunderland's newest and most ambitious regeneration project Sunderland Aquatic Centre opened to the public on 18 April 2008. This is the regions first 50m pool and the only facility of it's type between Leeds and Edinburgh.
Heritage / Visitor Centre
The newly renovated National Glass Centre in Sunderland is a cultural attraction and venue with a difference. Experience their range of glass making workshops.
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.
Enjoy a tour of this amazing stadium, or take a legends tour where you'll meet a living football legend.
Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art presents a changing programme of exhibitions with exciting and dynamic art works from the UK and abroad.
Houghton Le Spring
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CIRCA Projects are proud to present a new programme of exhibitions of singlescreen artist film and video work in a new dedicated space, in Sunderland, entitled
Whatever the season, come rain or shine – the award-winning WWT Washington Wetland Centre is the perfect place to connect with nature.
Chester Road, Houghton Le Spring
One of the North East's most prominent landmarks, Penshaw Monument was built in 1844 in honour of the first Earl of Durham, John George Lambton.