Trip to Newcastle Upon Tyne

By Guest User | 12 Nov'15 to 14 Nov'15
  • Thursday 12, Nov
    • 08:00 am Stay for 3 hrs
      The Quayside

      Newcastle is on the north bank of the River Tyne. The Quayside Riverside Walk is everything good ...

    • 0.7 km | 9 mins
      11:08 am Stay for 2:30 hrs
      Victoria Tunnel

      Historically, this 2.5 mile wagonway tunnel from the Town Moor to the Tyne is one of the most int...

    • 2.9 km | 9 mins
      01:47 pm Stay for 2 hrs
      Life Science Centre

      They like to think of themselves as a self-sustaining science village. 600 people from 35 countri...

  • Friday 13, Nov
    • 10:00 am Stay for 30 min
      The Tyne Bridge

      This through arch bridge, opened in 1928, is the 10th tallest structure in the city. The first br...

    • 3.9 km | 9 mins
      10:39 am Stay for 2 hrs
      Jesmond Dene Park

      This pleasant little wildlife corridor is a narrow valley that stretches between South Gosforth a...

    • 15.1 km | 24 mins
      01:02 pm Stay for 3 hrs
      Newburn Hall Motor Museum

      The building used to be an army drill hall. In 1981 it was reopened, and now has about 4000 sq fe...

    • 9.3 km | 15 mins
      04:18 pm Stay for 2 hrs
      The Discovery Museum

      This is a science and local history museum. Newcastle has terrific maritime history, and has also...

  • Saturday 14, Nov
    • 11:00 am Stay for 1 hr
      586 Records

      Diehards will proclaim the superiority of vinyl records over all else, and this record store is t...

    • 0.1 km | 1 min
      12:01 pm Stay for 3 hrs
      Grey Street And Grainger Town

      Richard Grainger was a 19th century builder and developer who created some of Newcastles most ico...

    • 5.5 km | 8 mins
      03:09 pm Stay for 2 hrs
      St James Park

      This all seater football stadium is one of the city’s landmarks. The cantilevered white roo...

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