Awash with restaurants, bars, cafes, hotels and must-see tourist attractions including the Life Science Centre and the Great North Museum, featuring Fossil Stories, Ancient Egyptians and even a T-Rex skeleton!
The original Valley Restaurant in Corbridge, the location and setting which inspired owner Daraz to realise his dream to open an Indian Restaurant which would become synonymous with good taste and style. The restaurant is located in the old station house and can be found on the platform at Corbridge station.
Situated in the heart of Newcastle’s cultural quarter, The Biscuit Factory is the UK’s biggest independent art, craft and design gallery. Based in a former Victorian warehouse, The Biscuit Factory houses the work of over 200 contemporary artists and designers in seasonal exhibitions.
Newcastle City Hall is one of the best and most used 2000 seated venues in the country. It has continued to host almost every rock and pop “great” since the 1960′s, as well as seeing the first tours of future legends.
Newcastle Quayside This former industrial area has thoroughly embraced its makeover and invites you to experience its new status - as a mecca for art, music and all things cultural.
Plates piled high with sandwiches, cakes and scones is enough to put a smile on any face but it also gives you the chance to have a proper catch up with family and friends over several cups of tea. Quality time together - that’s what it’s all about.
The Victoria Tunnel is a preserved 19th century waggonway under the city from the Town Moor to the Tyne, to transport coal from Spital Tongues (Leazes Main) Colliery to the river and operated between 1842 and the 1860s. The Tunnel was converted in 1939 into an air raid shelter to protect thousands of Newcastle citizens during World War 2.