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The Sage Gateshead

Located in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, North East England, England

Approximately 3.7 miles away.

Home to the Northern Sinfonia. Opened in 2004 and on the banks of the River Tyne. 'The Sage Gateshead is an international home for music and musical discovery, bringing about a widespread and long-term enrichment of the...

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Tyne Bridge

Located in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, North East England, England

Approximately 3.8 miles away.

The Tyne Bridge runs across the River Tyne and links Gateshead with Newcastle upon Tyne. Opened in 1928. The Tyne Bridge is an example of a Compression arch suspended deck bridge...

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Gateshead Millennium Bridge

Located in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, North East England, England

Approximately 3.9 miles away.

The Gateshead Millennium Bridge is a pedestrian and cycle bridge spanning the River Tyne. Close to the Tyne Bridge. Opened to the public in 2001. It is sometimes referred to as the Blinking Eye Bridge as it's able to til...

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Newcastle Castle

Located in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, North East England, England

Approximately 3.9 miles away.

Originally a Norman motte and bailey castle. Existing stone keep built in twelfth century. Castle a ruin by the reign of Elizabeth I. Rebuilt during the English Civil War. Owned by Newcastle City Council...

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Hadrian's Wall World Heritage Site

Located in Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 5.6 miles away.

In Tyne and Wear, Northumberland and Cumbria in the north of England. Stretches from Segedunum at Wallsend on the River Tyne (east) to the shore of the Solway Firth (west) and for a short distance down the Cumbrian coast...

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Durham Castle World Heritage Site

Located in Durham City, Durham, North East England, England

Approximately 9.6 miles away.

Part of University College (or 'Caslte'), Durham University and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Built in the eleventh century to protect the Bishop of Durham. Good example of the Norman motte and bailey. Occupies the same...

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Durham Cathedral World Heritage Site

Located in Durham City, Durham, North East England, England

Approximately 9.7 miles away.

The finest example of Norman architecture in the UK. Durham Cathedral dominates its city and the surrounding landscape. Begun in 1093. The building took almost 40 years to complete. Durham Cathedral is a UNESCO World Her...

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Prudhoe Castle (copyright verityjohnson)

Located in Prudhoe, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 11.3 miles away.

Located in the south of Northumberland. Norman castle. For much of its history the castle was owned by the Percy family. Managed by English Heritage...

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Belsay Castle

Located in Belsay, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 17.0 miles away.

Fourteenth century castle. Attached house added in the early seventeenth century. Managed by English Heritage...

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Newbiggin-by-the-Sea St Bartholomew's Church

Located in Newbiggin-by-the-Sea, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 19.1 miles away.

Fourteenth century parish church sited on the North Sea coast in the south of Northumberland...

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Hexham Abbey

Located in Hexham, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 20.8 miles away.

Dating predominantly from the eleventh and twelfth centuries. There has been a church on the site of Hexham Abbey since around 670AD when Etheldreda, Queen of Northumbria, made a grant of lands to Wilfrid, Bishop of York...

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Druridge Bay

Located in Cresswell, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 24.3 miles away.

Long, sandy beach and bay in Northumberland arcing from Amble to Cresswell. Just south of the Northumberland Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) which stops at Amble...

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The Darlington Brick Train

Located in Darlington, Durham, North East England, England

Approximately 27.2 miles away.

Commissioned and created in 1997 by David Mach. Modelled on the 1938 record setting 126mph steam locomotive "Mallard". A total of 185,000 bricks were used in its construction. There are even 20 special 'bat' bricks built...

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Winter's Gibbet

Located in Elsdon, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 27.8 miles away.

A wooden head hanging from a gibbet. In Northumberland National Park. Recalling the hanging of a man and two women in the later eighteenth century for murder. The man's body was left to rot here...

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Cup and Ring Marks, Simonside Hills

Located in Rothbury, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 28.9 miles away.

Prehistoric art form in the rocks of the Simonside Hills. 'This cup and ring marked rock is protected as a monument of national importance under the Ancient Monument Acts 1913 - 1953'. See Wikipedia entry, website link b...

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Barnard Castle

Located in Barnard Castle, Durham, North East England, England

Approximately 28.9 miles away.

Castle ruin by the River Tees. Norman castle dating from the late eleventh century. Castle abandoned in the seventeenth century. Managed by English Heritage...

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Simonside Hills

Located in Rothbury, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 29.4 miles away.

Popular hiking destination in Northumberland. Within Northumberland National Park. Highest point at Tosson Hill, 440 metres above sea level. In Northumbrian folklore, malicious dwarves called duergar are said to attack w...

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Warkworth Castle

Located in Warkworth, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 29.8 miles away.

Originally a motte and bailey castle built after the Norman Conquest. Warkworth Castle fell into disrepair during the reign of Elizabeth I. Plundered for building material during the seventeenth century. Warkworth Castle...

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Cragside House and Gardens

Located in Rothbury, Northumberland, North East England, England

Approximately 30.0 miles away.

First house in the world lit by hydroelectricity. Owned by Lord Armsrtong. One of Europe's largest rock gardens. England's largest tree, a Douglas-fir standing at 59 metres!. Adventure playgroud. Rare red squirrels. Now...

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