February Half-Term Getaway
Save up to 20% here when you stay with Hotel Indigo Newcastle this February half-term!
Things to do around Newcastle Upon Tyne:
Beamish is a world famous open air museum, telling the story of life in North East England during the 1820s, 1900s & 1940s.
The Castle, Newcastle, is a medieval fortification in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, built on the site of the fortress that gave the City of Newcastle its name. The most prominent remaining structures on the site are the Castle Keep, the castle’s main fortified stone tower, and the Black Gate, its fortified gatehouse.
Jesmond Dene is a wonderful, historic park in the heart of suburban Newcastle. The Dene is formed from the Ouseburn’s steep-sided, wooded valley which is a peaceful haven for residents, visitors and wildlife alike. Located between Jesmond, Heaton and South Gosforth, the dene is easily accessible via all forms of transport.
Newcastle Gateshead Quayside including the weekly quayside market
The Quayside is a lively stretch along the River Tyne, home to the landmark Gateshead Millennium Bridge. Once a commercial dock, the area is now a nightlife hotspot with stylish bars, restaurants, and clubs. On Sundays, Quayside Market sells local produce, crafts, and street food. The opposite bank is dominated by the modern BALTIC art gallery and the steel curves of Sage Gateshead, a popular concert venue.
The Angel of the North is a contemporary sculpture, designed by Antony Gormley, located in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, England. Completed in 1998, it is a steel sculpture of an angel, 20 metres tall, with wings measuring 54 metres across.
Tynemouth including the weekly market on a Saturday and Sunday
Tynemouth is a village and a historic former county borough in Tyne and Wear, England, at the mouth of the River Tyne, 8 miles east-northeast of Newcastle upon Tyne. Historically part of Northumberland.
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