Attractions

  • St James Park

    St James Park

    St James’ Park is the home of Newcastle United Football Club. The 52,409 all-seater football s...

  • Public Parks in Newcastle

    Public Parks in Newcastle

    Newcastle upon Tyne is an urban jungle of wonderfully crafted stone buildings and pebbled pavements,...

  • Newcastle Theatre Royal

    Newcastle Theatre Royal

    The Grade I listed Theatre Royal open in February 1837 and remains one of the most historic and cult...

  • Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art

    Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art

    The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art (BALTIC) is an international centre for contemporary art loca...

  • Top Attractions in Newcastle

    Top Attractions in Newcastle

    Top Attractions in Newcastle upon Tyne. Visitor information about art galleries, museums, historical...

  • Art Galleries in Newcastle

    Art Galleries in Newcastle

    Newcastle upon Tyne hosts some of the top art galleries in the UK and is fast becoming the cultural ...

  • Tyne Bridge

    Tyne Bridge

    The Tyne Bridge is the main bridge over the River Tyne that links the City of Newcastle with their f...

  • Metrocentre

    Metrocentre

    The Metrocentre, which remains the largest in Europe, was built on the site of a former ash dump, an...

  • The Sage Gateshead

    The Sage Gateshead

    The Sage Gateshead is a music centre for performance and education, and also hosts various conferenc...

  • Saltwell Park

    Saltwell Park

    Saltwell Park is a Victorian park nestled in the heart of Gateshead’s large Jewish population....

Top Attractions in Newcastle

Newcastle Attractions

Top Attractions in Newcastle upon Tyne. Visitor information about art galleries, museums, historical sites, the Newcastle-Gateshead Quayside, and much on Tyneside. Read More »

Art Galleries in Newcastle

Laing Art Gallery

Newcastle upon Tyne hosts some of the top art galleries in the UK and is fast becoming the cultural capital outside of London. The city is now home to an energetic art scene, which has been inspired by the presence of creative students from Northumbria and Newcastle University. Below you can find information about the most popular art galleries in ... Read More »

The Quayside

Newcastle Quayside

Newcastle Quayside and Gateshead Quays are well known for their history of the heavy industries of coal mining, shipbuilding and engineering. The Quayside has been transformed into a cosmopolitan suburb over the last two decades, and has become a top tourist attraction for visitors in the region. The Quayside is now a thriving area of regeneration focused on retail, services, ... Read More »

Centre for Life

Centre for Life Newcastle

The Centre for Life is a science centre located in the city centre of Newcastle upon Tyne and is one of the city’s top tourist attractions with over 225,000 visitors every year. The Centre is run by an educational charity which aims to promote greater interest and engagement in science, as well as supporting scientific research. The Centre for Life ... Read More »

Laing Art Gallery

Laing Art Gallery

The Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle upon Tyne, England is located on New Bridge Street. It was opened in 1904 and is now managed by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums and sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. In front of the gallery is the Blue Carpet, paving designed by artist Thomas Heatherwick. The gallery holds oil ... Read More »

Kingston Park

Kingston Park Newcastle

Kingston Park is the home of the Newcastle Falcons – a Rugby Union club in the second division of England. The club has brought great pride to the ground and the City of Newcastle, which has seen players such as of World Cup winner Johnny Wilkinson ply his trade here. The Falcons (formerly known as Newcastle Gosforth) purchased and moved ... Read More »

Discovery Museum

Discovery Museum Newcastle

The Discovery Museum allows visitors to find out about life in Newcastle and Tyneside, from the area’s rich history of maritime, science and technology to our local military history and current innovative steps forward. The museum has been designed to be a fun learning environment – with plenty of interactive displays and activities. One of the most impressive displays is ... Read More »

Great North Museum: Hancock

Hancock Museum Newcastle

The Great North Museum (formerly known as the Hancock Museum) is an award winning museum with an interactive walk through history for all the family. The museum reopened after it’s renaming and refurbisment in 2009 and was official open by HM The Queen. Following the opening, the museum welcomed over 600,000 visitors that year, making it one of the most ... Read More »

Newcastle Theatre Royal

Theatre Royal Newcastle

The Grade I listed Theatre Royal open in February 1837 and remains one of the most historic and cultural landmarks in England. The Theatre Royal has a rich 170 year history, being one of the most famous theatres in the country having played host to the top names in music, drama, dance and comedy. The newly restored Theatre Royal has ... Read More »

Metro Radio Arena

Metro Radio Arena

The Metro Radio Arena is the largest specifically designated entertainment venue in Newcastle upon Tyne. The Arena, formerly known as ‘Newcastle Arena’ and ‘Telewest Arena’, was built in 1995 at a cost of £10m and has a concert-capacity of 11,000. Read More »