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Best things to do in Tyne and Wear

“The science village in Newcastle upon Tyne where scientists, clinicians, educationalists and business people work to promote the advancement of the life sciences. ”
14 locals recommend
“Newcastle is synonymous with football and St James' Park is home of the local Premier league team. Take a tour of the ground and changing rooms or better still go to a game for an unforgettable experience.”
14 locals recommend
Science Museum
“Free to visit, this Museum is great for everyone. It takes you through the history of the North East and has many actives for the kids.”
17 locals recommend
“Leazes Park is a beautiful place to spend a sunny day. It is rather small but has lots of birds spending their time on the lake, so you're in for quite a view.”
5 locals recommend
“Metro Arena is around 10 minutes drive if that where there are many concerts held.”
6 locals recommend
General Entertainment
“a wide range of restaurants and cafes, pubs, bars and clubs as well as the North East’s .”
8 locals recommend
Bowling Alley
“ A nice Inner city bowling alley with a bar. I would advise booking in advance as It gets busy”
10 locals recommend
Night Club
“Chilled out bar in an old terraced house with regular live music of different kinds and a good menu including a couple of vegan options. ”
5 locals recommend
“It's a huge open space full of runners and dog walkers (and sometimes cows) very close to Exhibition Park and the Wylam Brewery”
7 locals recommend
“Authentic Indian Cuisine. AMAZING food, fantastic atmosphere. Recommended +++”
3 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
2 locals recommend
2 locals recommend
Meal Takeaway
“The food is tasty and it's really good value! Oh, and it's just 15 mins walk up the road.”
2 locals recommend
“famous oriental cousine. You can see part of the city wall running alongside aswell. Nice atmosphere. Right in town”
4 locals recommend