Tourist Places to Visit in Newcastle, United Kingdom, Europe

Tourist Places to Visit in Newcastle, United Kingdom, Europe

Newcastle is also recognized as the Newcastle Upon Tyne is a city in Tyne and Wear County in England, United Kingdom. Newcastle spans an area of 225 square kilometers (139 square miles) and located in the North East of England on the banks of River Tyne. Economy of the Newcastle city depends on digital technologies, retail, tourism, culture and shipbuilding and hosts the world’s most renowned half marathon and the Great North Run.

Newcastle is situated at the distance of 285 miles from London, capital of the United Kingdom and surrounded by South Shields, Washington, Whitley Bay, Hebburn, Gosgorth and Wallsend. Coordinates of Newcastle are 54.9740° N, 1.6132° W.


Newcastle Tourism:

Blue Reef Aquarium:

Blue Reef Aquarium is placed at the distance of 9 miles from middle of the city is one of the famed aquarium in the city and hub to large number of aquatic animal species and one can take pleasure in the underwater safari.


Laing Art Gallery:

Laing Art Gallery can be found at the distance of 1.5 miles from city center has a magnificent enduring collection along with lively landscapes and sculptures created by John Martin and Henry Moore respectively and the galley is managed by Tyne and Wear Museums and has café and gift shop.

Discovery Museum:

Discovery Museum is situated in Blandford Square is a science museum and also exhibits the local history and it is one of the largest museums in North East England and entry is free.


Newcastle Cathedral:

Newcastle Cathedral is popular as St Nicholas’s Cathedral is placed at the distance of 2 miles from middle of the city is the seat of the Bishop of Newcastle and the church was constructed between 1808 and 1500 in Gothic Style and it is second tallest religious building in Newcastle.


Interesting places to visit in Newcastle:

  • St James Park
  • Seven Stories
  • Eldon Square
  • Newcastle Racecourse
  • Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre
  • Grainger Town
  • Great North Museum
  • North East Aircraft Museum
  • Ravensworth Castle
  • Metro Radio Arena


Best time to visit Newcastle:

Newcastle experiences oceanic type of climate with cold summers and child winters and best time to visit Newcastle is from June to September.

How to reach Newcastle?

By Air:

Newcastle Airport is placed around 6.5 miles from heart of the city near Ponteland is one of the busiest domestic airport in the United Kingdom with daily scheduled flights to various cities and towns in the United Kingdom.


By Train:

Newcastle railway station is placed at the distance of 1.5 miles from heart of the city is also popular as Newcastle Central Station serves with long distance rails, medium-distance rails and local rails.


 By Road:

Newcastle is one of the main cities in North East Part of England and well connected through highways and expressways and Newcastle Coach Station is placed around 1.5 miles from hub of the city, buses from these stations connect to various cities in United Kingdom.


Hotels in Newcastle:

Newcastle has some high-quality hotels that offer economical to luxurious accommodation facilities to the tourists visiting the place from time to time. The hotels vary from 1 star rating to 5 star rating and offer the best lodging services from the visitor’s point of view. Some of the top notch amenities include room heaters, room coolers, mini bars, laundry and dry-cleaning, arrange for package tours, 24 hrs help desk, waiting lounges, doctors on call, emergency relief measures etc. The list of hotels in Newcastle are listed here below:

  • Hilton Newcastle Gateshead
  • Copthorne Hotel Newcastle
  • The Vermont Hotel
  • Royal Station Hotel
  • Holiday Inn Newcastle – Jesmond
  • Staybridge Suites Newcastle
  • Novotel Newcastle Airport
  • Newcastle Marriott Hotel Gosforth Park
  • Jurys Inn Newcastle
  • Grey Street Hotel
  • Sandman Signature Hotel Newcastle
  • Hotel Indigo Newcastle

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