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Planning a trip up North but need a bit of help knowing where to go and what to do? Let us suggest a few ways to spend your holiday then all you need to do is book!

You’ve got a week or more to explore Newcastle, Northumberland and North Tyneside so where do you start?


This Itinerary Schedule

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Step back in time

This tour gives you an in-depth introduction to this city which has grown around the shrine of its Anglo-Saxon saint, St. Cuthbert. The Bishops of Durham were both church and military leaders defending the North of England from the Scottish threat.

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Try some delicacies

Enjoy a 3-course lunch and glass of fizz from a set menu at Dobson & Parnell. Try a superb, award-winning 3-course lunch, at a great price!

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Walk in a Roman's footsteps

Segedunum fort is home to fantastic reconstructions of the Roman way of life - such as a section of the wall which can be viewed and walked along. Step into the Roman world and learn about this fantastic, ruthless but creative culture that conquered much of the known world. Following this, you will go to the Great North Museum in Newcastle which has one of the largest collections of Roman artefacts in the North of Britain.


Unlock your inner astronomer

Experience some of England's darkest skies on this extraordinary tour experience taking you into Northumberland's Hadrian's Wall country. Your journey begins right in the heart of Newcastle with pick up from Maldron Hotel before heading out into England's most tranquil county, Northumberland! On-site you'll enjoy tea/coffees and an inspiring astronomical presentation from our expert astronomer.

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Unlock iconic landmarks

Since pre-history Bamburgh and Lindisfarne have had human settlements. As a fortress of the Kingdom of Northumbria Bamburgh was the centre of the largest Kingdom in England during the 7th and 8th centuries. In the middle ages, the Castle developed as an important fortress against Scottish attack - eventually developing into the impressive fortification you see today.

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Food with a view

Hinnies is a relaxed, warm and friendly neighbourhood restaurant serving comfort food we all like to eat - i.e. rustic and hearty Geordie-influenced classics made properly from scratch using local and seasonal produce to give a real taste of our beloved North East.

Enjoy a 3-course lunch and glass of fizz from a set menu at Hinnies Whitley Bay.

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