During the day, Ouseburn is bustling with families looking for things to do in the valley. From community-run urban farm, Ouseburn Farm to Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children’s Books which is a must-see attraction perfect for book lovers to explore original exhibitions dedicated to the art of literature. Lovers of art should drop into The Biscuit Factory, Northern Print or the hidden artist studios dotted around Ouseburn. For visitors who are feeling peckish, refuel with a hearty brunch at Ernest or stroll along the riverside whilst enjoying a gelato from popular ice cream parlour, Di Meo’s.
At the heart of Ouseburn is the entrance to The Victoria Tunnel which was originally an underground wagonway before it repurposed to provide safety for the local community as an air raid shelter during the Second World War. Visitors can now don a hard hat and take fascinating guided tours to discover more about the city’s heritage.
By night – Ouseburn is the place to be to experience some of the best live music from independent local musicians and indie DJs at The Cluny, one of Ouseburn's best pubs. Saunter from pub to pub and enjoy the informal charm of some of Newcastle’s best pubs and breweries frequented by locals like Arch 6, The Cumberland Arms, Tyne Bar and Free Trade.