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      Local Attractions

      In and around Newcastle.

      Newcastle upon Tyne is well known for its party scene, and continues to be voted Party Capital of the UK. It is full of life and colourful characters ensuring a great night out. However partying aside, this amazing city has lots more to offer.

      Home to various shopping centres such as The Gate and Eldon Square, you can also find the redeveloped Quayside with trendy bars and restaurants, as well as art galleries and museums for those who are looking for a more cultured visit.

      For all football fans, there is the famous St James Park, where you can take a tour and get the full experience of this city’s beloved football team. There is also the Metro Radio Arena, for all music tours and big events such as boxing and wrestling.

      Take a look at our top 'Attractions' in Newcastle upon Tyne.

       

      Quayside

      Newcastle
      Come and take a walk along the Quayside on the banks of the River Tyne. Harbouring picturesque views and a mirage of bars and restaurants after its redevelopment, it is now a top rated tourist attraction. It is home to many attractions, like the Baltic Art Centre and Millennium Bridge, and is also a must-see in the evening, when the bank is lit up in the night's moonlight.

      Great North Museum

      Newcastle
      This great family museum, which was reopened after a huge refurbishment back in 2009, is an ideal day out for historians, scientists and animal lovers! There are hundreds of things to do at this eclectic museum, from journeying around solar systems to exhibits featured on Hadrian's Wall and fossil records. There is also a Bio Wall filled with hundreds of creatures and mummies from ancient Greece.

      St James Park

      Newcastle
      Home of Newcastle United football club, this is the largest and oldest stadium in North East England, with its white cantilever roof visible across the entire city. The tours available give you a real feel for this team, which lies at the heart of Geordie life and its residents - a must see for all fans and football enthusiasts.