Talk a walk in Armstrong Park and cross Armstrong Bridge. Arrive at Newcastle International Airport conveniently located just half an hour from central Newcastle.
Challenge yourself to walk as many bridges across the Tyne as you can manage! Take in some art at the Baltic Art Centre and the Biscuit Factory.
Look to the ceiling in Central Station and at the Central Arcade both great examples of city architecture.
Go shopping in Dean Street.
It’s easy to navigate and easy to travel around, look at the lamp post maps.
Find a friendly face, Newcastle people are always happy to help or guide you if lost.
Explore Gateshead, sit on the steps at Grey’s Monument and shop in Grainger Market.
Take some photos from the High Level Bridge and walk in Heaton Park.
Count the number of art installations across the city.
Walk in Jesmond Dene.
Gawk at the Kittiwakes on the Tyne from the observation deck at the Baltic Art Centre.
Pop into Laing art gallery.
Taste some Newcastle Gin.
Walk along the Ouseburn Valley.
Make a Newcastle friend ………….they are amazing people.
Explore the waterfront bars along Quayside .
Take a river walk by the barrage and Proctor’s Mill.
Walk barefoot in the sand at Seaside Quayside and spot the colour changes on the Sage building as the sun goes down.
Cross the iconic Tyne bridge.
Stop for breakfast at Violets cafe on Quayside.
Take a seat on the WW1 commemorative benches on Quayside and watch the Tyne roll by.
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