North East England, Tyne and Wear, and Nothumberland

 

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North East England, Tyne and Wear, and Nothumberland

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North East Attractions

Alnwick Castle

Arcot Hall Golf Club

Bamburgh Castle and Beach

 

Beamish Open Air Museum

 

Beamish is 8 miles south west of Newcastle upon Tyne.  Beamish, Britain's favourite open air museum, set in over 300 acres of beautiful countryside, vividly recreates life in the North of England in the early 1800s and 1900s.  Parts of the museum are closed in winter

Chester le Street Cricket Ground

Chester's Roman Fort

Cragside Hall

 

Durham City Castle and Durham Cathedral

 

Durham Cathedral

http://www.durhamcathedral.co.uk/

Farne Islands

Gateshead International Sports Stadium

Gateshead Metro Shopping Mall

Gibside Hall

 

Hadrian's Wall

 

Hadrian's Wall is the most important structure built by the Romans in Britain, and also best known frontier in the entire Roman Empire.

Emperor Hadrian who came to Britain in AD122 and had the wall constructed, taking 6 years to complete. The wall stretches 73 miles from Wallsend to Bowness and is studded with forts, milecastles, temples and turrets.

 

Raby Castle

 

Raby Castle is located on the A688 approximately 8 miles north east of Bamard Castle.

Besides viewing its powerful exterior of towers and fortifications, Raby houses a fabulous art collection and splendid interiors. Treasures include an important collection of Meissen porcelain, tapestries, furnishings and paintings by leading artists such as Munnings, De Hooch, Teniers, Van Dyck and Reynolds

rabycastle.com

 

Hancock Museum

Holy Island / Lindisfarne

Kielder Dam / Kielder forest nature reserve

Laing Art Gallery

Military Museum National Glass Centre

Newcastle Race Course

Northumberland coastline un spoilt

Redcar Race Course

Sea Life Aquarium

Sunderland F.C. Stadium of Light

Wet 'n' Wild

Washington Water Fowl Park


Hotels

 

North East England hotels, Tyne and Wear hotels,

 



 

Northumberland hotels, County Durham hotels

 

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Transport

 

Metro

 

The Tyne and Wear Metro is a very convenient way to get arroundthe Tyne and Wear area.

from the centre of Newcastle to the airport and other towns in Tyne d Wear (Tyneside) such as Gateshead, Sunderland, Tynemouth and Whitley bay.  In total there are 57 stations in the rail network, some of them underground.

 

Air

 

The main airport for the area is Newcastle International airport

Newcastle Airport information  Newcastle flights 

Just south is Tees side Airport

 

Coach

 

Besides the local bus services National Express  link the major Cites and towns with a coach network

 

Rail

 

The main East Coast line London to Edinburgh line runs through the region with the main stations at Durham, Newcastle, Morpeth and Berwick upon Tweed.  There is a network of other lines conecting most Major cities and towns.

Time tables and train bookings

 

 

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