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#1 of 12 things to do in Washington
A visit for my husbands birthday who loves photography and was able to get around on the disabled scooter provided.A fabulous place for all ages seeing the most wonderful birds and other wildlife
We saw all manner of wildlife, visited the duckling nursery, loved the Hawthorn Hide (a little gem!) and they played with all the water activities.
#4 of 12 things to do in Washington
The kids had a fabulous time, food was great and loved that they brought the cake out and sang happy birthday.
The staff brought drinks and snacks to the lanes for us.

Victoria Tunnel

Newcastle upon Tyne 5.6 mi away
#1 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
We went on a guided tour to this amazing tunnel.The tour guides Miriam and Diane were very knowledgeable about the history of this tunnel, going back to when it was used as a underground shelter during world war l...
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.

World War One Soldier Sculpture

Seaham, UK 9.0 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Seaham
Sculpture is very touching and just reminds you how lucky we are to have the lives we have thanks to these soldiers (and all those who still fight for us now) Impressive sculpture - well worth a visit.
This sculpture is fantastic ...well worth the money spent on bringing it to seaham ..very respected by everyone ...young and old .. fantastic status symbol to the brave soldiers...every week I see this and you get...

The Quayside

Newcastle upon Tyne 5.5 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...
The area is an excellent mix of architecture and engineering feats such as the Tyne bridge, Swing bridge and High Level bridge, Gateshead Millennium bridge, the Sage heritage centre and BALTIC centre for Contempor...
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Beamish Wild

Beamish, UK 5.7 mi away
#2 of 2 things to do in Beamish
The high ropes course is great for ages 10+ Special thanks to Greg, Kalyan and Sam who were really helpful and made sure all 3 girls felt safe and were really friendly.
She absaloutely loved it, completing loads of varied activities throughout the day including outdoor activities, climbing activities leap of faith, archery etc.

Beamish Museum

Beamish, UK 5.3 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...
I love the way Beamish goes the extra mile with all the knowledgeable staff/ volunteers able to share some in-depth insight about the way ordinary folk lived in those days - all done with friendliness and good hum...
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Jesmond Dene Park

Newcastle upon Tyne 7.1 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.
The old water mill, the picnic field and other historic reminders of the past complemented the timelessness of the stream, the waterfall and the incredible beauty of the trees and foliage in such stunning varietie...

Saltwell Park

Gateshead 4.1 mi away
#3 of 34 things to do in Gateshead
... great place to bring dogs, the park is quite big even when it’s really busy usually on weekends there’s always quiet places you can sit down and relax or have a picnic etc ... would highly recommend this place
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

Tanfield Railway

Gateshead 5.8 mi away
#2 of 34 things to do in Gateshead
We visited the Tanfield Railway , which is always a pleasure, As well as the fabulous engines, lovely countryside, great walks based around the area.
Its a lovelt tea room done in the style of the forties with china crockery and small tables.It was a fabulous place for kids too as they had toys and games, as well as a craft table full of things to make Easter B...

Gateshead Millenium Bridge

Gateshead 5.2 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.
... test of time, the colour changing lights are beautiful of an evening & cast a lovely display across the river, it's mesmerising & I could sit on it watching the world go by for ages, if you're lucky enough to ...

Sage Gateshead

Gateshead 5.3 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...
My wife and i recently went to a George Benson concert at Sage one and it was brilliant.The singer was great but the building itself is magnificent - easy to get to, lots of space inside and the hall we were in Sa...
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St James' Park

Newcastle upon Tyne 6.2 mi away
#4 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Excellent behind the scenes tour which was brilliantly conducted by a real Geordie ‘Brian’ Very entertaining and pub lunch at end was more than worth the extra £7 !! Highly recommended and that’s coming from a Man...
Carole our tour guide was excellent with so much knowledge about NUFC past, present and future, with so much humor, and made the tour very entertaining and answered all questions and allowed plenty of time for Pic...
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South and North Marine Parks

South Shields 8.2 mi away
#1 of 21 things to do in South Shields
Fab park for adults and kids alike, great little train takes you right round the park, can hire little boats on the lake, feed the ducks there's a play park and plenty open space for the kids to run around
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,...

Herrington Country Park

Sunderland 2.6 mi away
#2 of 45 things to do in Sunderland
... enjoyed it there’s a lovely park as well and a lake with swans if you go further round the park there’s a miners memorial there’s a cafe near the park that is very cheap and staff are lovely well worth a visit
Good variety of activities here: children's play area; lakes with so many birds - especially the swans; many walks with good surfaces and lots of opportunities to walk across the grass; hill to climb and great views.

Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens

Belsay, UK 6.7 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Belsay
Every part of the buildings and grounds were stunning - from the echoing old house, through the well-preserved castle, the beautifully-kept formal gardens through to the amazing twisted trees and cliffs of the qua...
The house en-route with its Greek style columns is also worth a visit, there has been some restoration which is ongoing, but still worth seeking out all the rooms and the underground cellars although cool again wo...


Gateshead 8.1 mi away
#6 of 34 things to do in Gateshead
Situated in the Derwent Valley, close to Gateshead, this National Trust property has some fascinating insights into how family relationships ultimately led to the downfall of what was once a magnificent building.
It's a while ago now, my grandchildren Olivia and Jack love Gibside,, Jack tasted an apple from every tree, made juice,loved it.We went back later in the month where some really helpful volunteers helped us make p...

Grey Street

Newcastle upon Tyne 5.7 mi away
#6 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
There is the Theatre Royal ( which will have to be booked in advance) Lots of great bars and restaurants, you are spoilt for choice - Fitzgeralds has a great selection of beers and wines, Barluga great food and ou...
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
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The Tyne Bridge

Newcastle upon Tyne 5.5 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...
Visitors must have a walk either under it or over it, and the runners who do the Great North Run can vouch for its amazing presence in our lovely city
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Theatre Royal

Newcastle upon Tyne 5.8 mi away
#11 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
Booked up tickets to see Calendar Girls for Saturday 23/09 Fantastic show great show cast Very emotional play Lovely theatre Well worth going to see
I was at the opening night of this show and it was brilliant, Katherine Kingsley has a great voice and in certain scenes looks uncannily like Dusty, It's an excellent production and the sound was perfect.
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Stadium Of Light

Sunderland 5.7 mi away
#5 of 45 things to do in Sunderland
This ground is superbly set out great atmosphere great supports mainly me like but ya nar I would recommend anyone visit hear especially for the tour which is very interesting
Football stadium in England that I have visited, the view of the pitch was excellent as was the match atmosphere, the stewards, were relaxed and helpful.

The Angel of the North

Gateshead 2.5 mi away
#5 of 34 things to do in Gateshead
It is worth stopping here for a closer look as it is easily accessible just off the A1 with a small car park so if you are travellng up the A1 and want a short break you may as well stop here and stretch your legs
Parking is available at the site, there is an excellent notice board which gives good information about the Angel and when you walk up close to it you then realise just how big it is, PLUS it is all FREE.

The Biscuit Factory

Newcastle upon Tyne 5.8 mi away
#7 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
There's a huge and varied selection of art work to look at and to buy, prints, paintings, sculpture, ceramics and a great range of cards, there must be something for everyone.
The exhibits are a mix of paintings, arts and crafts, ceramics, glassware and some truly stunning bespoke jewellery across two floors, most of which are for sale.

Shields Ferry

North Shields 7.5 mi away
#1 of 13 things to do in North Shields
This is a great transport link and I used this to get from South Shields to North Shields after the Great North run.
Enjoy a nice day out, catch the ferry across the river from South Shields to North Shields (leaving quarter to the hour and quarter past the hour from South Shields and on the hour and half hour from North Shields...

Newcastle Cathedral

Newcastle upon Tyne 5.7 mi away
#9 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
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
Newcastle cathedral is a wonderful old church next door to Newcastle castle so you can visit both in the same area, it's very historic inside and out.
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Roker & Seaburn Beaches

Sunderland 6.7 mi away
#1 of 45 things to do in Sunderland
Fab beaches parks and marina July has the air show fantastic, also lights along the promenade and a big wheel with lots of entertainment, pub's and restaurants all good
All in all Seaburn and Roker are two really nice places to visit with bars and restaurants very close by for refreshments, they also have a very nice marina full of yachts and pleasure craft.

The Discovery Museum

Newcastle upon Tyne 5.9 mi away
#10 of 123 things to do in Newcastle upon Tyne
My Husband And I Spent A Great Day On The 24/8/2017 And A Lovely Day We Had So Much To See And Cater,s For All Ages Finishing Of In The Café Were We Had A Lovely Sandwich And A Coffee Well Worth A Visit The Saff W...
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...

Marsden Beach

South Shields 7.9 mi away
#2 of 21 things to do in South Shields
Visited today- a lovely walk along the cliff tops- lovely views, you can then walk down a small path towards the end of the beach, walk along the beach to the other end- it is a lovely little place
We managed to reach the rock as it was low tide and it was amazing to climb around the caves and see the rock formations, erosion, sea life taking advantage of all the holes and pools created.

Penshaw Monument

Houghton-le-Spring 2.6 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Houghton-le-Spring
On the day the volunteers and staff were as almost always with the NT friendly, knowledgable, informed, approachable and good humoured and its worth considering membership as that gives great value.
Found a great walk of a nice length for me and my walking friend and it is amazing how far you can walk with very little contact in built up areas - some great little paths keeping out of towns/villages.

Newcastle Castle

Newcastle upon Tyne 5.6 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...
You enter the modernised Black Gate to pay in the souvenir shop, and view the various exhibits and exhibitions where you learn about the past generations of inhabitants of Castle Garth.
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