Newcastle is an amazing city in England
This city is famous for its Tyne river, Beamish, the Living Museum of the North, Newcastle Castle, and Tyne Bridge to explore
It's a heaven for shopaholics for famous shops like The Glamorous Owl and Souvenirs upon Tyne
Also, Blackfriars Restaurant and Peace & Loaf restaurant for food hunters
Stay at Premier Inn Newcastle Quayside hotel while you are in this beautiful city
Beamish, the Living Museum of the North is a popular landmark located near Stanley town. This open-air museum was opened in 1972. You will discover the real everyday life of urban and rural North East England at its great era of industrialization in the early 2oth century. This museum shows buildings from Victorian and Edwardian eras, artifacts, working vehicles and equipment, and livestock. You can visit this living museum from 10 AM until 4 PM.
Newcastle Castle is an iconic landmark of Newcastle with an incredible story. You will find the important Castle Keep and Black Gate in this area. This site was used for defending in Roman times. Then, Henry II built the stone Castle Keep in 1172-1177 and Henry III built the Black Gate in 1247-1250. Now, the site becomes a great attraction in the city. This amazing landmark is open every day from 10 AM until 5 PM.
The Glamorous Owl is a high-recommended gift shop in the city. They produce homemade stuff with high quality and good price. This shop is famous for its beautiful rings, bangles, and crafts you must check out and take home. Also, visit Souvenirs upon Tyne. This is a souvenir shop selling local stuff with cool designs. This shop also has great postcards at cheap prices.
One of the best authentic food in this city is singing Hinny. It's a scone made from flour, butter, lard, currants, salt, and milk. You can find it at many local restaurants and bakeries. Pan haggerty and stottie cake are also the local cuisines you must in Newcastle. For drinks, the city has delicious Brown Ale to offer.
Newcastle is an iconic city in Britain. It's popular for its industrial heritage, Brown Ale, amazing nightlife, and also the "Geordie" dialect. It's a dialect spoken by many people in northeast England, especially Newcastle and Tyneside area. The city also has many cultural events you might join, like Northumberland Plate Day, Newcastle Mela, or Bishop Auckland Food Festival.
The best time to visit Newcastle is from June to September. It's when the weather is warm and pleasant for exploring the city.
Stay at Premier Inn Newcastle Quayside hotel. It's a classic-design hotel with stunning Tyne Lake view. This comfy hotel in the building of a historic dock is located close to nightclubs, the Gateshead Millennium Bridge & a Sunday market. Or maybe, you can stay at the Copthorne Hotel Newcastle. This is a luxurious hotel to stay near the River Tyne. This hotel is located a 10-minute walk from the Sage Gateshead cultural center and a 13-minute walk from the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art.
Have dinner at Blackfriars Restaurant. This restaurant with a wooden interior is located in the former refectory of a friary built-in 1239. This restaurant serves great local foods like the Beef Wellington and Sunday Roast to offer. You can also go to Peace & Loaf restaurant. This is a modern British restaurant. They serve delicious crafted British cuisines in creative ways. This place also has great vegetarian options and great wines that you must try.
Come to Blakes for having a nice breakfast. It has a cozy space to hang out with friends or family. There are delicious options for breakfast or brunch. Don't forget to try its sandwich and Egg Benedict and a cup of coffee. You can also chill out at The Teahouse. It's a popular tea house in Newcastle. It has nice spaces, a small cinema, and art exhibits, and a great selection of tea with many choices.
The Tyne Bar is a cool place to enjoy the night. It's a riverside pub with live music and a free jukebox. Not only that, but this pub also serving good foods and drinks, like local craft beers, Real ales, and ciders. But if you are beer lovers, you should come to The Bridge Tavern. You will be welcomed by various beers and tasty cuisines. This classic brewpub is popular for its beef menu and Real ale.
Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art is a center of contemporary art located near River Tyne. This built-in 2002 museum has to change exhibitions and events with no permanent exhibition. You will be amazed by its amazing modern art pieces. Inside the museum, there is a cafe and gift shop for you to stop by. Another interesting place to go to is the Discovery Museum. This is the place to see the real history of local maritime. There are incredible science displays and the British Film Institute's archive to show.
Tyne Bridge is an iconic bridge in Newcastle. This is a great spot for taking pictures with the River Tyne, buildings, and this amazing bridge. This bridge is famous for its cool architecture and view. Also, come to Grey's Monument. This is a stunning monument in Newcastle. It was built in 1838 to honor the second Earl Grey. His statue is standing incredibly on the top. This monument is an iconic spot to take a selfie.