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Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Attractions and Things to do

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1 Blue Reef Aquarium
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Rank: 1 About 10

The Blue Reef Aquarium in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne is home to an enormous number of aquatic animal species. Visitors can enjoy the underwater safari in this huge aquarium. The aquarium is spread over a...

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Address: Grand Parade - Tynemouth
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites

2 City Center
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The city center of Newcastle upon Tyne is also called as The Toon and is the central business district of the city. The city center is divided into 6 parts namely Haymarket, Shieldfield, Quayside, Central Station, Grainger Town,...

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Address: City Rd, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1, United Kingdom‎ - 0870 238 3318
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods

3 Seven Stories
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Rank: 3 About 10

Seven Stories is a story museum in the Ouseburn Valley in Newcastle upon Tyne. The center has a collection of children’s literature and emphasizes on the 7 basic plots in literature. The Victorian mill in which the museum is situated has...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Type: Museums

4 St James Park
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Rank: 4 About 10

St. James Park is an apt place for football lovers. This is because it is a huge football stadium in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne. This all seated stadium is home to the Newcastle United Football Club. This is the oldest stadium for...

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Address: St James' Park
Type: Parks and gardens

5 Quayside
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Rank: 5 About 10

The Quayside is the oldest part of Newcastle and was the commercial hub of the city. St. Nicholas church and the Norman castle are some of the historical buildings in the city. Near the cathedral is the Sandhill road where ancient...

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Address: Byker, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Tyne And Wear NE1, UK
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods

6 Laing Art Gallery
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Rank: 6 About 10

The Laing Art Gallery has a wonderful permanent collection along with dynamic landscapes and sculptures produced by John Martin and Henry Moore respectively. The gallery is managed by Tyne & Wear Museums on behalf of the Newcastle City Council...

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Address: Higham Pl, Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, NE1 8AG, United Kingdom‎ - 0191 232 7734‎
Type: Museums

7 The Quayside Sunday Market
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Rank: 7 About 10

The Quayside Sunday Market operates every Sunday from 9.30 am to 2.30 pm and is easily reachable via the Quaylink transport system from the center of the city. There are shops selling jewelry, local crafts, artwork, food, toys, clothes,...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Quayside, Newcastle Upon Tyne, Newcastle Upon Tyne, NE1, United Kingdom‎ - 0191 269 3489‎
Type: Other attractions

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Ponteland Castle - 7.1 mi
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A 13th century stone structure Ponteland Castle was built by William de Valence. The castel’s tower and basement were destroyed in 1388 in a Scottish raid and formed a part of Manorial building. The basement and first floor of the building...

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Address: off North Road
Distance: 11.5
City: Ponteland

Type: Landmarks and Historic sites + Share

The Temple of knights - 8.8 mi
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The Temple of knights is actually a museum in the city of Rothley. The distinct feature of the museum is that it has on display only the artifacts of the Knights Templar. The Knights Templar was the guard of Mary...

Reviewed by: Editorial Staff
Address: Europe,UK England, Rothley
Distance: 14.1
City: Rothley

Type: Museums + Share

Ponteland Vicar's Pele - 8.8 mi
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The Vicars of Ponteland built this three storey small Pele tower in 1400. The tower was a part of a manorial complex. The tower has signs of many repairs and alterations. It also has a gabled roof on the western site. The tower is a very old...

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Address: Town centre
Distance: 14.2
City: Ponteland

Type: Landmarks and Historic sites + Share

Hartlepool Quay - 15.5 mi
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Centerpiece of Hartlepool is award-winning ‘Historic Quay’. It’s a true reproduction of one of the seaports of the 18th century; which goes on to portray exciting experience regarding the way of life during Trafalgar...

Reviewed by: Laalamani
Address: Jackson Dock Maritime Avenue
Distance: 24.9
City: Durham

Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods + Share

Neighbouring places: Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Gateshead - 2.8 mi

Tyne and Wear is also known as Tyneside and lies on the banks of the Tyne River in the north east of England. It is a large industrial area and a famous tourist attraction as well. ...

Distance: 4.5
City: Gateshead

North Shields - 5.7 mi

North Shields town is situated on the north bank of the River Tyne, in North Tyneside borough, North East England. This city has few cultural...

Distance: 9.2
City: North Shields

Whitley Bay - 6.7 mi

Whitley Bay is a town situated in North Tyneside, in Tyne and Wear, England. Whitley Bay has an...

Distance: 10.8
City: Whitley Bay

Morpeth - 12.2 mi

Morpeth lies on the Wansbeck River in Northumberland in the north east of England. This market town has a population of 13,834 as per the 2001 census. Pegswood and Mitford are villages ...

Distance: 19.7
City: Morpeth

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