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#1 of 7 things to do in Prudhoe
... under the bridge, in the middle of the Castle is the tower which is in ruins, the Castle and grounds are run by English heritage, it is a very interesting place to visit, and the scenary is well worth a visit.
From the car park, the first sight is magnificent, with the moat, with lilies, and the great approach.

Victoria Tunnel

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 10.3 mi away
#1 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
We came today for the two hour tour and from beginning to end, we loved it!! Hearing the stories about how the tunnel was used in both WW2 and Victorian times from our guides, Ian and Dee was fascinating.
A thoroughly enjoyable and educational history tour of this amazing engineering feat of the 1840s. 2 fantastic volunteer guides.

Jesmond Dene Park

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 10.4 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.
Perfect for a stroll along the winding paths with our baby and buggy and equally as enthralling to use the paths as a running track, heading from the old mill area along the Ouse Burn right to the river.

Hexham Abbey

Hexham 10.0 mi away
#3 of 32 things to do in Hexham
Huge, awe-inspiring abbey in the middle of Hexham Lots of interesting historical and ecclesiastical artefacts and decorations Free entry but they ask for a donation Excellent gift shop Good cafe Very helpful staff...
... day before, to see the actual Roman cavalry tombstone reproduced at the Corbridge museum, stones from Corbridge used throughout the Abbey and the tombs of the medieval owners of Prudhoe was a great connection.

The Literary & Philosophical Society

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.4 mi away
#2 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
... and readers..Passing visiters are made very welcome and are encouraged to make use of the library.It is a very traditional library which is rightly proud of its long and distinguished history.A treasure
The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly and the shelves are a book lovers paradise with extensive books on almost every subject as well as an impressive range of fiction.
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Gateshead Millenium Bridge

Gateshead, UK 10.4 mi away
#1 of 34 things to do in Gateshead
A marvel of modern engineering, this well used commuter route is well worth a visit, both in it's own right and for the stunning views it offers of the river Tyne and the other bridges.
Gateshead Millennium Bridge is great for pedestrian and cyclist and is sometimes referred to as the Blinking Eye Bridge, the views of the river Tyne are fantastic and this bridge connects Gateshead to Newcastle.

Saltwell Park

Gateshead, UK 9.9 mi away
#3 of 34 things to do in Gateshead
Something for everyone: kids playgrounds and sandpit; pets corner; boating lake; train ride; cafe; toilets; big open field areas; dogs area; bowling greens; tennis courts; formal gardens and sculptures and 'free p...
Love this place You can walk miles, be alone, be with peoples Artworks, sculptures, trees and plants it’s a stunning place Nice cafe as well, bacon or cake the choice is good

Newcastle Cathedral

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.5 mi away
#9 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
loved walking around this Cathedral, lots of information at hand for visitors, lots of original stained glass, sculptures and wonder at all the craftsmanship that created this building - stunning and takes your br...
Steeped in history lovely old building worth a visit and plenty of information boards when inside the cathedral to explain it's history which was very helpful
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The Quayside

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.9 mi away
#5 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Plenty of good bars and restaurants to choose from, a great view of the river side and the bridges and you can walk across the millennium bridge to the sage music centre or the Baltic arts centre plenty to do for...
Have visited the quayside several times, to eat at one of the many eateries, to buy items at the excellent Sunday market, or just to stroll along the river and visit the Baltic, it is always enjoyable.
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The Tyne Bridge

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.7 mi away
#8 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Worth a walk along the quayside to take in the sights of the bridges and the Sage on the Gateshead side Still a great place to walk and visit in town as part of the Quayside Loads of bars and restaurants as well a...
From the bridge which you can work the length of it, you can see all the seven bridges of Tyne, Sage, Baltic and the beautiful Mellinnium bridge.
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The Discovery Museum

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.0 mi away
#10 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
What an enjoyable, informative and educational time we all had, a really lovely experience, thanfully taking change of clothes, so they could enjoy the Water Area.
Great museum with plenty of different things to keep everyone happy especially on a rainy day.

Tanfield Railway

Gateshead, UK 7.9 mi away
#2 of 34 things to do in Gateshead
Very nice steam train ride through lovely scenery, and very sweet cafe at the end using bone China teasets, with delicious homemade cakes , well worth a visit the volunteers are all very friendly too
We visited the Tanfield Railway , which is always a pleasure, As well as the fabulous engines, lovely countryside, great walks based around the area.

Newcastle Castle

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.5 mi away
#14 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Friendly place friendly staff, well worth a visit, spread over two sites which can be a bit confusing until you get it, the climb is quite hard (over 100 steps to the top) but we made it with a few rests, and the...
Traveling from Australia, and having an interest in the paranormal, history and heritage, it was great to be given the opportunity to hire Newcastle Castle for a few hours at night.
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St. Mary's Cathedral

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.2 mi away
#17 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
The garden reflects Cardinal Hume's particular attachment for the holy landscape of Northumbria and the Northern Saints from which he drew spiritual inspiration.
It is open all day long, has daily Mass and there is a cafe/restaurant and a bookshop to explore.
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Derwent Reservoir

Consett, UK 8.5 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Consett
Set right on the boarder between County Durham and Northumberland the wild rugged countryside is breath-taking and there are lots of great footpaths.
Plenty of places to park some with charges some without, ample picnic areas, walk ways and access to the reservoir banks for anglers, also many seats strategically placed to take advantage of the views.

Grainger Town

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.5 mi away
#13 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
changed over the years but still that great feeling when you walk into this old time zone buying goods at great prices and the different foods you can eat at great prices,you can get some good bargains.always
Its ALL here - wonderful food shops particularly fish and meat sections but also superb small clothing shops and little tea/coffees rooms too.
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Grey Street

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.5 mi away
#6 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Beautiful street in the centre of Newcastle the buildings are seriously impressive with lots of good bars and restruants to sit in and look out on to this outstanding buildings
... neo-classical architecture and fun city ambience....maybe add the extension down towards the Quayside, ideally stopping at the Crown Posada pub with its tiny Victorian interior seemingly straight out of a ship
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Grainger Market

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.4 mi away
#15 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Excellent choice of fresh meats and vegetables, a wonderful international cheese shop, a Chinese dumpling counter, cafes, book shops, clothing stores, a speciality Doc Martins boot shop, a vinyl record store and e...
Plenty of stalls from speciality foods & coffees to sandwiches, clothes, fruit & veg, traditional butchers to Scorpio shoes, a pet food store, a cobblers & a plant stall, something for everyone, well worth a visit...
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The Great North Museum

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.5 mi away
#16 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Lovely musaem very bright clean and well laid out, lots off animal exhibits and bones, nice pieces on Egypt including a mummy, very interesting and lots to see and do, well worth a visit very enjoyable, there's al...
It houses a broad range of artifacts and other things on display, spread over a dozen of subjects including Wildlife, Ancient Egypt, the Hadrian's Wall, Minerals, the Angle-Saxons and so on.
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Ouseburn Farm

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 10.3 mi away
#18 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
The marvellous Ouseburn city Farm has done it again ...... in February we played with piglets ... small enough to pick up and cuddle .... today we got to feed ( bottle feed !) and pet well really cuddle and nurse...
Little huts with small animals, fish and reptiles and pens with pigs, chickens, turkeys rabbits and guinea pigs etc Also a lovely garden walk.

Grey's Monument

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.5 mi away
#21 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
This great monument to Charles Grey (2nd Earl Grey) is a Grade 1 listed monument and stands at the heart of Newcastle city centre, at the top of Grey street and next to Monument Metro station.
In the centre of the square the monument stands as a beacon to history and the economic activity that seems to be bulging on all the streets, including the Sir John Franklin pub.
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Corbridge Roman Town

Corbridge 7.2 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Corbridge
... of hours..and more at this fantastic site.Contains a small museum with the addition of audio guides for the site.In a beautiful area and within walking distance of Corbridge.This in its self well worth a visit!
The museum, too, is well laid out and has a very interesting collection of artefacts: the Corbridge Hoard of Roman armour and other metal objects, and the epigraphic collection are particularly significant
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Laing Art Gallery

Newcastle upon Tyne, UK 9.6 mi away
#20 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Fromthe beautiful frescos and paintings on the outside to the glorious pictures and artwork within this is well worth a visit every year or so or more if you have kids and want them to learn about culture.
The current exhibition, The Enchanted Garden, includes a wide range of artists from Pre-Raphaelites and French Impressionists to the Bloomsbury Group and 20th Century Abstracts.
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Aydon Castle

Corbridge 6.3 mi away
#3 of 14 things to do in Corbridge
Aydon castle is an amazing place to stop off at to go to corbridge the castle it's self is really well preserved and full of history the guide book is well worth having as it explains everything so simply this is...
A real gem, off the beaten track !! Recommended to my wife and I by Becka - English Heritage Receptionist at Corbridge Roman Town.

Beamish Museum

Beamish, UK 9.4 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Beamish
Fantastic day with grandchildren so much Great day with the grandchildren so educational lots for them too learn about amazing old school and all the different items in the shops they loved the old sweet shop,the...
The Museum was excellent value for money and we loved all the different experiences; watching sweet making (rhubarb and custard sweets), tram and bus rides, horse and carriage rides, tasting traditional food from...
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Northumberland Sausage Company

Corbridge 4.6 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Corbridge
I have just been an it was brilliant Jan was amazing and funny great fun will defo be returning Also had lovely cake in the cafe Would defo recommend as afternoon out very easy to fined
Jan was a real laugh and we had great fun finding out how to make sausages and then making two batches ourselves from a range of ingredients provided.

Belsay Castle

Belsay 9.7 mi away
#3 of 5 things to do in Belsay
Belsay Hall, castle & gardens is a lovely place to spend a couple of hours and there is on sight tea room which is also very pleasant.
The shop is well stocked and the cafe spacious, clean and welcoming.
#1 of 5 things to do in Belsay
The gardens are beautiful and unusual There's formal gardens which are very well tended, full of flowers at this time of year and busy with bees and butterflies.
The house ( open to the public ) was interesting, and it's a really lovely walk up to the castle ruins past some walled areas, trees and amazing shrubbery some of which was HUGE.

Gibside

Gateshead, UK 5.5 mi away
#6 of 34 things to do in Gateshead
The magnificent stable courtyard (with displays, cafe and bookshop), the Column of Liberty, the beautiful banqueting house and the wildlife-rich Octagonal Pond appeared before us as we followed the well-marked trail.
This is a great place to visit and the walks around the estate are recommended, taking in the chapel, stables (now a tea room and exhibit centre), pond, monument, river, walled garden, etc.

Cherryburn

Hexham 1.3 mi away
#10 of 32 things to do in Hexham
Set in a tranquil garden with views across the Tyne Valley, this unassuming Northumbrian farmstead is the birthplace of famous artist and naturalist Thomas Bewick.
Both the print room and museum room of great interest and this hidden little treasure is well worth a visit.