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  • 1

    Durham Cathedral

    7 reviews

    Lumiere inside Durham Cathedral

    Popular withHistorySpiritual
  • 2

    The Angel of the North Statue

    7 reviews

    Nice place for a walk

    Popular withBackpackers
  • 3

    Gateshead Millennium Bridge

    3 reviews

    Newcastle upon Tyne

  • 4

    Farne Islands

    3 reviews

    If your are interested in nature, especially seals and sea birds; or the story of the SS Forfarshire, Grace Darling and her father's amazing rescue in heavy seas around the rocks of the Farne Islands. Likewise photographers and artists will not be disappointed with the close proximity they can get especially to the nesting sea birds.

    Popular withBackpackersOutdoor
  • 5

    Beamish Museum

    3 reviews

    A bit expensive but a fantastic, huge, outdoor museum. Feels like travelling back in time.

    Popular withFamilies
  • 6

    Alnwick Castle

    4 reviews

    The Castle has a long and interesting history, central to the history of England and Scotland. It's also been the star of numerous television shows (Blackadder) and Films (including Harry Potter)

    Popular withStudentsFamiliesHistory
  • 7

    Sports Direct Arena

    3 reviews

    What a dump! Lop sided eyesore!

  • 8

    BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art

    2 reviews

    Great gallery - huge, lots of good stuff to see, and nice views.

  • 9

    Newton by the sea

    2 reviews

    A great part of coastal Northumbria. The Ship Inn is a nice pub on a village green overlooking the beach, with its own beers. Walk south to Dunstanburgh castle and then Craster. For a longer walk, go north to Seahouses (where there's another great pub called The Ship)

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 10

    Hadrians Wall and Housesteads Fort

    2 reviews

    Hadrian's Wall spans from the west to the east coast of this northern area of England, but the portion of the wall near Hexham has many of the most interesting sites to visit. The ancient Roman fort of Vindolanda is just south of the Wall. You can visit the ongoing excavations of the many buildings and visit the Roman Army ...

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    Stadium Of Light

    2 reviews

    Probably the worst ground in the country! Cheap and chatty plus has a strange smell. The people or the river wear, I have not worked it out yet. Would have got no stars of I could give it but 1 will have to do

  • 13

    Metro Centre

    1 review

    Metro Centre is the largest Shopping and Leisure Centre in Europe. It's full of great shopping and places to eat. It also has a 12 screen cinema with 3D screen and the first IMAX screen in the region, 18 ten-pin bowling lanes, together with many other attractions.

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    Lindisfarne Castle

    1 review

    A place that St. Aidan the monk settled and had a priory. There is a castle and can only be reached when it is low tide.

    Popular withHistory
  • 17

    tyne bridge

    1 review

    See it as you come into Newcastle from the south on the train. No fee.

  • 18

    The Rose Tree Inn

    1 review

    The food is really good, and it's a great building - nice pub interior and decorated with old mobile phones! A bit out of town, but can easily be incorporated into a walk.

    Popular withAdventure
  • 19

    Seahouses Golf Club

    1 review

    Our villa is just a short walk (par 3) to the golf club, where you can also enjoy a meal and a drink.

    Popular withOutdoor
  • 20

    Murton

    1 review

    Good for drink

    Popular withAdventure
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