Whether you like to take a guided tour or prefer to explore in your own time, you’ll find the perfect day out in Newcastle. Feed animals, explore the underground, watch some newsreels, bowl a strike or wander the riverside, there’s no shortage of choice in this city. Here’s our guide to Newcastle’s top attractions.
The Quayside is Newcastle’s go-to destination, whatever you feel like doing. Stroll along the riverside or take to the water for a boat trip. Explore the cultural quarter or pick up a bargain at the market. For a great end to your day, settle into a riverside bar and watch the sun go down on the Tyne.
This 1930s art deco cinema isn’t just somewhere to check out the latest Hollywood blockbuster or arthouse gem. Take a tour around the building and watch old newsreels to immerse yourself in Newcastle’s cinematic heritage.
A city farm has been rearing livestock and growing crops in the Ouseburn Valley since 1976. As well as finding out about farming heritage and environmental issues, you’ll get the chance to meet a variety of animals, from sheep and cows to fish and reptiles.
Built in 1842 to transport coal, the Victoria Tunnel runs beneath the city from the Town Moor to the Tyne. Take a tour of the underground to discover how this wagonway worked and find out how the tunnel was used as an air-raid shelter during the war.
We have a huge range of hotels in the North East for the business and leisure traveller. If you're on business, check into our airport hotels. We also have a range of hotels ideally located for a weekend break away. There are hotels near Newcastle University plus a collection of budget hotels for the price conscious Whichever part of Newcastle you’re planning to visit, you’ll find comfortable Premier Inn hotels nearby.