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Saltwell Park and Saltwell Towers, GatesheadSaltwell Park, based in the heart of Gateshead, is one of Britain's finest examples of a Victorian Park. The park has seen an amazing transformation and has been restored to its Victorian splendour.

Durham Castle ToursDurham Castle Tours - closed until early 2021 due to COVID 19, Durham CityDurham Castle is part of the Durham City World Heritage Site. Entrance by guided tour only. Opening can vary - All enquiries re guided tours should be directed Palace Green Library. Telephone 0191 334 2932 or

Durham Cathedral riverside walksDurham Cathedral, Durham CityThought by many to be the finest example of Norman church architecture in England, with the tombs of St Cuthbert and The Venerable Bede. Please check opening times before travelling.

BALTIC The Centre for Contemporary ArtBALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, GatesheadBALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art is currently closed in response to the current Covid-19 pandemic. We will keep you updated as the situation changes. Housed in a landmark industrial building on the south bank of the River Tyne in Gateshead, BALTIC is the biggest gallery of its kind in the world -…

Shipley Art Gallery, GatesheadThe Shipley Art Gallery is the North East’s leading gallery for contemporary art and design and has one of the best collections of ceramics, wood, metal, glass, textiles and furniture outside of London. It is also home to William Irving’s painting The Blaydon Races.

Ankers House and St Mary & St Cuthbert's Church


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Ankers House and St Mary & St Cuthbert's Church, Chester-le-StreetThe cathedral church and shrine of St Cuthbert from AD883 to 995 with attached anchorage containing displays on Roman, Saxon and medieval times.

The 1900s Town Street at Beamish MuseumBeamish - The Living Museum of the North, BeamishExperience a real sense of your past at Beamish, a living, working museum, set in 300 acres of beautiful Durham countryside.

Angel of the North - Kevin RadcliffeAngel of the North, GatesheadThe Gateshead Angel of the North is Britain's largest sculpture. Find travel information and directions to the Angel of the North.

Great North Museum: Hancock, Newcastle upon TyneSee a large-scale, interactive model of Hadrian's Wall, major new displays showing the wonder of the animal and plant kingdoms, spectacular objects from the Ancient Greeks and mummies from Ancient Egypt, a planetarium and a life-size T-Rex.

RiversideChester-le-Street, Chester-le-StreetChester-le-Street - a great north market town, home of the Durham Emirates Cricket Ground and proud of its Christian heritage.

Jesmond Dene, Goat ImageJesmond Dene, Newcastle upon TyneJesmond Dene is a unique haven of peace and tranquillity for the people of Newcastle.

World Heritage Site Visitor CentreWorld Heritage Site Visitor Centre - Closed until early 2021, Durham CityA free visitor centre providing an introduction to Durham World Heritage Site and what there is to see and do in and around the site. Ideal for families.

Seaton Delaval HallSeaton Delaval Hall, Seaton SluiceSeaton Delaval Hall is a spectacular National Trust property set in the North East; a great house set in its own estate with lovely gardens and a fine collection. That's not all - there is also much more.

Palace Green Library DurhamPalace Green Library - closed to walk-in visitors until early 2021 due to COVID 19, Durham CityPalace Green Library, in the heart of Durham city, holds Durham University's special collections. Our galleries are open to all and display treasures spanning millennia and the globe.

Grey's Monument, Newcastle upon Tyne

Watch House Museum, Seaton SluiceThe Watch House on Rocky Island in Seaton Sluice was opened on 14th January 1880, built for the Seaton Sluice Volunteer Life-Saving Company which was founded earlier in 1876. The building served as an auxiliary coast guard station until 1990. At the end of the 18th century, the greatest number of…

St Mary's Chapel, JesmondJesmond or Jesus' mound was an important place of pilgrimage, it centred around St Mary’s chapel which can be found on the west bank of Jesmond Dene and is now a historical ruin. Legend has it that an apparition of the blessed virgin Mary appeared here now known as St Mary's rock in Jesmond Dene,…

Seaton Sluice Beach, Seaton SluiceLinking Seaton Sluice to Blyth the long strip of sand and grassy dunes make for wonderful beach for the whole family. Activities here include bathing and surfing. There is a small harbour with amazing views and a variety of plat and animal life can be spotted amongst the dunes. This stretch of land…

Seaton Sluice, Seaton SluiceSeaton Sluice is a coastal village at the mouth of the Seaton Burn. It has a small, sleepy harbour and a number of pubs, shops and places to eat. It is quiet resort which shows little sign of its industrial past. Visitors here can get involved with surfing and the spot is also popular with…

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  1. Seaton Delaval Hall

    Seaton Delaval Hall is a spectacular National Trust property set in the North East; a…

    0.04 miles away
  2. Church of Our Lady

    12th Century private chapel for nearly 800 years.  A  parish church since 1891. Beautiful…

    0.05 miles away
  1. Watch House Museum

    Watch House Museum

    The Watch House on Rocky Island in Seaton Sluice was opened on 14th January 1880, built…

    0.98 miles away
  2. Blyth Beach

    The popular South Beach, a wonderful stretch of golden sand and home to 20 brightly…

    1.89 miles away
  3. St Mary's Lighthouse

    Lighthouse, bird-watching hide and visitor centre are all open to the public. Permanent…

    1.94 miles away
  4. Ridley Park

    Visit Ridley Park in Blyth for a great day out for the whole family.  The park is located…

    2.45 miles away
  5. Blyth High Lighthouse

    The "High Light" lighthouse is one of Blyth's oldest structures. It stands to the rear of…

    3.02 miles away
  6. PLAYHOUSE Whitley Bay

    PLAYHOUSE Whitley Bay offers a wide range of entertainment, including comedy, dance,…

    3.02 miles away
  7. Spanish City

    Completed in 1910, ‘The Dome’ became a hub of activity and interest. Work has been…

    3.08 miles away
  8. Jam Jar Cinema and Lounge Bar

    Jam Jar Cinema and Lounge Bar

    In the heart of Whitley Bay, the Jam Jar Cinema offers the best in local, friendly,…

    3.32 miles away
  9. Pirate Escape Whitley Bay

    Pirate Escape is an exciting and immersive live escape room game. After entering one of…

    3.35 miles away
  10. Fisherman's Watch House

    Fisherman's Watch House

    The Watch House was designed by Frank West Rich. A pre-existing clock tower was…

    3.96 miles away
  11. Cullercoats Bike and Kayak

    Specialists in rentals, tours, lessons and repairs, the choice is yours how you want to…

    3.96 miles away
  12. RNLI Cullercoats Lifeboat Station

    Located in the beautiful horseshoe-shaped Cullercoats Bay, Cullercoats Lifeboat Station…

    4.2 miles away
  13. Stephenson Steam Railway

    Stephenson Steam Railway reopens to the public on Friday 21 August.

    4.51 miles away
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