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#1 of 1 things to do in Choppington
Nicely decorated pub with friendly staff and big car park, we'll certainly be returning and can definitely recomend.
Nicely decorated pub and good atmosphere.

CBK's Adventure Co.

Cullercoats, UK 10.0 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Cullercoats
... we played a quick game to get us warmed up prior to getting in the water Kayaking in the sea was great fun, Michael set an easy to follow pace and took us on a great route we got the opportunity to jump from s...
My partner booked me a sunrise kayak trip with Cullercoats Bike & Kayak as a birthday present and it was a fantastic trip.All the gear was provided and a range of experience of paddlers.

Druridge Bay Country Park

Morpeth 10.1 mi away
#2 of 22 things to do in Morpeth
Brilliant place for children dogs adults !!! Lots of space and walks to explore for a day out weather permitting!! Beautifully maintained with a small well equipped cafe for your coffee and sandwiches Excellent dr...
The country park is beautiful and worthy of a visit but if it's just a stretch of beautiful beach it's worth finding a spot along the backroad to cresswell to park and walk over the dunes.. truly idyllic the boys...

Jesmond Dene Park

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 10.3 mi away
#3 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Excellent place to spend the day with the kids , visit pets corner, have a lovely walk and enjoy the beautiful scenery, lots of little trails off the beaten track for Junior explorer's.
Lovely spring time first visit & absolutely loved strolling along the paths,stopping to take photographs & just take in the sights,sounds & peace.. Fabulous pets corner.. plenty ahh,how cute moments here.

Whitehouse Farm Centre

Morpeth 4.1 mi away
#3 of 22 things to do in Morpeth
We had a fabulous day at Whitehouse Farm, the kids weren't still for a moment, they enjoyed the tractor ride, the go carts, panning for gold, trampolines, bouncy castles, soft play and outdoor play park, before go...
Positives - ample parking - nice gift shop - tons of friendly animals (that you can pet and feed) lambs, cows, birds of prey, emus, rabbits, birds, goats, ponies and more!

South and North Marine Parks

South Shields, UK 11.9 mi away
#1 of 21 things to do in South Shields
Beautiful well kept parks with plenty to do for all the family.The children are well catered for as is the adults with boating lake mini steam train well equipped play area's and a wonderful cafe.
What a beautiful park for everyone : Playground for the very young; miniature train for real rides around the park; lovely lake with swans, ducks and birds to glide between when on a rented Peddle-boat; ice cream,...

The Quayside

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 12.2 mi away
#5 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Newcastle quayside is a great place to visit any day of the week plenty eating places and nice bars venture up the side streets and you will find live theatre nice bars and restaurants and nice architecture you wi...
It's s lovely walk as you move from quietish Ouseburn to a more hectic suburban drinking vibe near the pitcher and piano and then another bout of calm meandering as you soak up the buildings and bridges, both as r...
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Long Sands Beach

Tynemouth, UK 11.1 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Tynemouth
Tynemouth Long sands is one of the best beaches ever,spent most of my childhood here and went back to visit 30 yrs later, fabulous walks and King Edwards bay and Cullercoats bay right next door.Would reccomend a v...
All round great stretch of sand, Great for surf, splash and castle making :) Longsand is dog free at times of the year to allow younger children freedom.

The Discovery Museum

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 12.3 mi away
#10 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
This was defiantly one of the highlights of our trip to Newcastle, entry is free (donations are welcome and with the experience I highly recommend giving what you can) we spent easily a couple of hours her learn a...
Through enjoyed this place some much to take in from local history to science facts , spent a few hours there looking at the different themes, there is a great little cafe as well and plenty of parking as well , t...

Shields Ferry

North Shields, UK 12.1 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in North Shields
Short but very pleasant trip
Always on time when I have travelled, no pushing and shoving to get on and off, price fair.

Rising Sun Country Park

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.2 mi away
#12 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
The park has lots of organised events for children and it is popular with dog walkers and bird watchers.
Go here on my horse great day out, there's livery stables there a cafe and farm shop.

St. Mary's Lighthouse and Visitor Centre

Whitley Bay, UK 7.9 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Whitley Bay
lovely place - coffee shop and little gift shop friendly staff/areas to have a picnic amazing views Kids can go crab fishing and see fish sea creatures- very educational
free to walk around the island but small charge if you wish to venture up the lighthouse also small cafe and gift shop on island and yummy whipped ice cream van and chip van in car park top tip always check the ti...

Whitley Bay Links and Beach

Whitley Bay, UK 5.6 mi away
#2 of 7 things to do in Whitley Bay
Maybe I'm biased as I live here but you cant beat this beach, a walk a long it will get you to st Mary's light house, on the way you will pass the rendezvous cafe for a cuppa or a bite to eat, we have our lovely p...
Beautiful beaches and grassy areas along whitley bay sea front lovely for a brisk walk in winter or a picnic and play in the summer.

Ouseburn Farm

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 11.8 mi away
#18 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Brilliant place in our city to loose a couple of hours with the kids, and it's free (make sure you bring change to put in the donation pot) And a nice cafe for a bit to eat, limited menu but we still enjoyed it.
Little huts with small animals, fish and reptiles and pens with pigs, chickens, turkeys rabbits and guinea pigs etc Also a lovely garden walk.

The Great North Museum

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 11.5 mi away
#16 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Then we had a quick look through the exhibits - they have a real mummy - lots of stuffed animals and birds, a good range of artifacts going back to ancient Greek and Roman and Egyptian cultures.
A walk around the museum showcased the amazing artefacts the museum has to offer, and the children really loved recognising things they had learned about in school.
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Gateshead Millenium Bridge

Gateshead, UK 12.3 mi away
#1 of 34 things to do in Gateshead

Northumberland Country Zoo

Morpeth 9.6 mi away
#4 of 22 things to do in Morpeth
Loads of variety of animals from domestic farm animals you can feed, chickens and horses to the more unusual Capybara, meerkat and wallaby.
This is a small zoo with lots of domestic animals such as goats, horses, pigs alongside some more unusual species such as lynx, lemurs and wallabies.

Sage Gateshead

Gateshead, UK 12.4 mi away
#4 of 34 things to do in Gateshead
Great anytime of the year, for all ages, very clean and very beautiful building, this building a performing arts building as well as modern arts, staff are friendly and willing to help, this building is also great...
The audience was really on board , and gently sang along , then joined in with gusto when encouraged to do so ... the excellent lighting and technical side really the enriched the whole piece .
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Blyth Battery

Blyth 4.7 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Blyth
the battery really is a great place to visit - well kept , great artefacts , knowledgeable and lovely volunteers and plenty of interesting information .
Situated on the sand dunes right on the beach at Blyth and adjacent to a huge free car park this is an accessible site with plenty of signage about what you are looking at and includes various buildings in use dur...

Woodhorn Museum

Ashington 3.6 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Ashington
Walking through the main historical time -way exhibit was just fascinating, historical detail and you realise just what these communities lost with the demise of coal as a source of energy.
... of victorian colliery buildings, great interpretation, old film and worker interviews (with subtitles) and invites you to use your imagination to bring to life the workings of our coal mining heritage.

Tynemouth, King Edwards Bay

Tynemouth, UK 11.1 mi away
#4 of 10 things to do in Tynemouth
... the southern end, nice sand, a little waterfall/trickle on the southern end and of course the superb looking Rileys fish shack which has some fire pits and blankets going on the beach on a 12 degree October day.
Small beach with an excellent Fish Shack on.Beach is lovely and clean, only downside is the number of stairs,easy going down!

Plessey Woods Country Park

Bedlington 2.3 mi away
#1 of 8 things to do in Bedlington
Lovely choice of walks, we chose the river walk and along the way you will see some interesting things that kids will love, very clean and if you are quiet enough some nice wildlife to spot also.
Plessey Woods is fabulous for kids, teens, dogs, grown up basically everybody and best of all its completely free bar a small parking charge if you stay more than an hour.

Woodhorn Narrow Gauge Railway

Ashington 3.6 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Ashington
Two adults and two children £5.00 return...saves the price of the car park at the museum, but the kids and (adults) get the the joy of arriving by the train.
A lovely ride from the museum to the lakeside through the country park.

Bolam Lake Country Park

Belsay 10.8 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Belsay
One of my favourite places, I have been coming for over 40 years, it is so relaxing, it’s a nice walk around the lake and seats around the lake to have a picnic Also there is a cafe which is very nice with pleasan...
Lovely scenic walk around the lake and friendly coffee shop with unusual artwork.

St James' Park

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 11.9 mi away
#4 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Had a roof top tour today for a 40th birthday present, had a fantastic day despite the miserable weather really enjoyed the tour and the tour guides Patrick and carol where lovely and knew everything about the sta...
Did a stadium tour yesterday Patrick was our tour guide and he did fantastic, lots of great things to see and to watch my boys walk out the tunnel to the sound of local hero was overwhelming well done NUFC ️️
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Arbeia, South Shields Roman Fort

South Shields, UK 11.9 mi away
#4 of 21 things to do in South Shields
This was the fort that supplied hadrians wall for the Romans’ , reconstructed buildings and friendly willing helpful staff made this a gem of a place to visit , little known to ordinary folk it was a lovely treat...
...... and its free The site includes reconstructions of the Roman Gate to the fort as well as reconstructions fo the commanding officers house and soldier living quarters.
#4 of 10 things to do in Amble
It's also well worth visiting the beach, but best to drive to Lower Hauxley car park, where there are amazing views of the sea and Coquet island.
It's free, they only ask for £2 parking donation as they want to make nature accessible but I think a visit is worth more than £2 as it's brilliant, we saw loads and the volunteers were really helpful.

Azure Garden Centre & Cafe

Cramlington 4.1 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in Cramlington
well laid out...lots to browse over inside....excellent cafe.....take a walk outside to see a great variety of pots and plants ... childrens play area....my grandchildren love coming here.....
Everything was absolutely delicious - freshly cut sandwiches (corned beef savoury were to die for!) and everything was home made.

Ridley Park

Blyth 4.2 mi away
#2 of 15 things to do in Blyth
... months, a cafe with indoor and outdoor seating on a large grass area with lots of toys for children, a bowls club, a bird hide, winding paths to wander round, dog friendly - and lovely trees and flowerbeds.
... where they run under different fountains and sprinklers ,a big park and another one further round beautiful gardens ,well kept clean toilets ,a cafe picnic tables,a bird watch area,I really enjoyed our visits.

Cullercoats Beach

Cullercoats, UK 10.2 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in Cullercoats
This is lovely beach on the north east coast, in winter there's still plenty of eateries and coffee shops open and if the you keep your eyes open there's plenty of points of interest (blue plaques and information...
Lovely sandy safe beach, where you can actually watch your kids and know they are safe, clean sand water is a tad ion the chilly side,