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Newcastle upon Tyne, commonly known as Newcastle, is a city in Tyne and Wear, North East England, 103 miles south of Edinburgh and 277 miles north of London on the northern bank of the River Tyne, 8.5 mi from the North Sea. Newcastle is the most populous city in the North East, and forms the core of the Tyneside conurbation, the eighth most populous urban area in the United Kingdom. Newcastle is a member of the English Core Cities Group and is a member of the Eurocities network of European cities. Newcastle was part of the county of Northumberland until 1400, when it became a county of itself, a status it retained until becoming part of Tyne and Wear in 1974. The regional nickname and dialect for people from Newcastle and the surrounding area is Geordie. Newcastle also houses Newcastle University, a member of the Russell Group, as well as Northumbria University.

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Newcastle Castle

Castle Garth, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1RQ, United Kingdom
The Castle, Newcastle is a medieval fortification in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, built on the site of the fortress that gave the City of Newcastle its name. The most prominent remaining structures on the site are the Castle Keep, the castle's main fortified stone tower, and the Black Gate, its fortified gatehouse. Use of the site for defensive purposes dates from Roman times, when it housed a fort and settlement called Pons Aelius, guarding a bridge over the River Tyne. Robert Curthose, eldest son of William the Conqueror, in 1080 built a wooden motte and bailey style castle on the site of the Roman fort. Curthose built this 'New Castle upon Tyne' after he returned south from a campaign against Malcolm III of Scotland.
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Great North Museum: Hancock

Barras Bridge, NE2 4PT, Newcastle upon Tyne
The Great North Museum: Hancock is a museum of natural history and ancient civilisations in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. The museum was established in 1884 and was formerly known as the Hancock Museum. In 2006 it merged with Newcastle University's Hatton Gallery to form the Great North Museum. The museum reopened as the Great North Museum: Hancock in May 2009 following a major extension and refurbishment of the original Victorian building. The museum and most of its collections are owned by the Natural History Society of Northumbria, and it is managed by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums on behalf of Newcastle University.
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The Centre for Life

Times Square, NE1 4EP, Newcastle Upon Tyne
The Centre for Life is a science village in Newcastle upon Tyne where scientists, clinicians, educationalists and business people work to promote the advancement of the life sciences. The centre is a registered charity, governed by a board of trustees, which receives no public funding.
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Laing Art Gallery

New Bridge Street, NE1 8AG, Newcastle Upon Tyne
The Laing Art Gallery in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, is located on New Bridge Street. The gallery was designed in the Baroque style with Art Nouveau elements by architects Cackett and Burns Dick and is now a Grade II listed building. It was opened in 1904 and is now managed by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums and sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. In front of the gallery is the Blue Carpet. The building is Grade II listed.The gallery collection contains paintings, watercolours and decorative historical objects, including Newcastle silver. In the early 1880s, Newcastle was a major glass producer in the world and enamelled glasses by William Beilby are on view along with ceramics, and diverse contemporary works by emerging UK artists. It has a programme of regularly rotating exhibitions and has free entry.
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Centre for Life

Times Square, NE1 4EP, Newcastle upon Tyne
The Centre for Life is a science village in Newcastle upon Tyne where scientists, clinicians, educationalists and business people work to promote the advancement of the life sciences. The centre is a registered charity, governed by a board of trustees, which receives no public funding.
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St James' Park

Barrack Road, NE1 4ST, Newcastle Upon Tyne
St James' Park is a football stadium in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It is the home of Premier League club Newcastle United F.C. With a seating capacity of 52,354 it is the seventh largest football stadium in England.St James' Park has been the home ground of Newcastle United since 1892 and has been used for football since 1880. Throughout its history, the desire for expansion has caused conflict with local residents and the local council.
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Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
The Quayside is an area along the banks of the River Tyne in Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead in the North East of England, United Kingdom.
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Five Guys

2-4 Northumberland Street, NE1 7DE, Newcastle upon Tyne
Five Guys Enterprises LLC is an American fast casual restaurant chain focused on hamburgers, hot dogs, and French fries, and headquartered in Lorton, Virginia, an unincorporated part of Fairfax County. The first Five Guys restaurant opened in 1986 in Arlington County, Virginia, and by 2001, the chain had expanded to five locations throughout the Washington, D.C. metro area.In early 2003, the chain began franchising, beginning a period of rapid expansion. In a year and a half, permits had been sold for over 300 franchised locations. As of 2012, Five Guys had over 1,000 locations open throughout the United States and Canada, with over 1,500 locations under development. At that time, the company was the fastest-growing fast food chain in the United States, with a 32.8% sales increase from 2010 to 2011.
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Going Out

Tyne Theatre and Opera House

117 Westgate Road, NE1 4AG, Newcastle upon Tyne
The Tyne Theatre and Opera House is a theatre in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It is a Grade I listed building, rated "in the top 4% of listed buildings" by English Heritage and is afforded a three star rating by the Theatres Trust, "a very fine theatre of the highest theatrical and architectural quality". It opened in 1867 as the Tyne Theatre and Opera House, designed by the Newcastle upon Tyne architecture practice of William Parnell. The backstage area was damaged by fire in 1985, with subsequent rebuilding restoring the Victorian stage machinery.The importance of the architectural and theatrical heritage of the building is also recognised by The Associated of Historic Theatres in Europe and OISTAT.
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O2 Academy Newcastle

Westgate Road, NE1 1SW, Newcastle Upon Tyne
The O2 Academy Newcastle is a music venue in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It opened on 14 October 2005 as the Carling Academy, and was renamed for Telefónica Europe's O2 mobile network brand in 2008. The venue is operated by Academy Music Group. The O2 Academy has two rooms and can host up to 2,000 people for a show. Major bands and solo musicians that have performed in the main room since 2005 include Arctic Monkeys, Adele, Katy Perry, The Libertines, Sam Smith, McFly, Blondie and Amy Winehouse. The upstairs room, officially known as O2 Academy2, is smaller and hosts performances by lesser-known bands. The venue has also hosted club nights, including Dirty Pop, Ikon Live and Alpha.
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Newcastle City Hall

Northumberland Road, NE1 8SF, Newcastle upon Tyne
Newcastle City Hall is a concert hall located in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It has hosted many popular music and classical artists throughout the years, as well as standup and comedy acts. Opened in 1927, the City Hall was built as a part of a development which also included the adjacent City Pool. It has since become a venue for orchestras, rock and pop bands, and comedy acts, as well as for celebrity recitals, talks and civic functions.
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Jesmond Dene

Jesmond Dene, a public park in the east end of Newcastle upon Tyne, England, occupies the narrow steep-sided valley of a small river known as the Ouseburn, flowing south to join the River Tyne: in north-east England, such valleys are commonly known as denes. In fact the name 'Jesmond' means 'mouth of the Ouseburn'. Lord Armstrong and his wife, of the now-demolished Jesmond Dean house nearby, first laid out the park during the 1860s. The design is intended to reflect a rural setting, with woodland, crags, waterfalls and pools. Lord Armstrong gave the park to the people of Newcastle, and it is now owned by Newcastle City Council. The current Jesmond Dene House adjoining the dene was the mansion of Armstrong's business partner Andrew Noble. It is now a luxury hotel.
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Eldon Square Shopping Centre

Eldon Square is a shopping centre in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It opened in 1977. Until the 1970s Eldon Square was a famous part of Georgian Newcastle as designed by John Dobson in about 1824. However it was largely and controversially demolished in the 1970s, with only the eastern terrace left standing. This redevelopment has been criticized with one writer calling it "the greatest single example of architectural vandalism in Britain since the war."
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Thomas Cook

6 Northumberland Street, NE1 7DE, Newcastle upon Tyne
Thomas Cook was an English businessman. He is best known for founding the travel agency Thomas Cook & Son.
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87-89 George Street, NE4 7JN, Newcastle upon Tyne
Magnet is a British kitchen retailer operating in over 200 locations across the UK supplying products under the Magnet and Magnet Trade brands. The company has over 2,000 employees and its headquarters are in Darlington, County Durham. Magnet was listed on the London Stock Exchange and was once a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index but is now part of Nobia UK, a division of the Nobia group which is listed on the Swedish Stock Exchange.' The Nobia division also includes brands such as Gower and Norema.
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Cathedral Church of Saint Nicholas

The Cathedral Church of St Nicholas is a Church of England cathedral in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It is the seat of the Bishop of Newcastle and is the mother church of the Diocese of Newcastle, the most northerly diocese of the Anglican Church in England, which reaches from the River Tyne as far north as Berwick-upon-Tweed and as far west as Alston in Cumbria.Founded in 1091 during the same period as the nearby castle, the Norman church was destroyed by fire in 1216 and the current building was completed in 1350, so is mostly of the Perpendicular style of the 14th century. Its tower is noted for its 15th-century lantern spire. Heavily restored in 1777, the building was raised to cathedral status in 1882, when it became known as the Cathedral Church of St Nicholas.
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Tyne Bridge

A167, Newcastle upon Tyne, Gateshead NE8 2BH, UK
The Tyne Bridge is a through arch bridge over the River Tyne in North East England, linking Newcastle upon Tyne and Gateshead. The Bridge was designed by the engineering firm Mott, Hay and Anderson, who later designed the Forth Road Bridge, and was built by Dorman Long and Co. of Middlesbrough. The bridge was officially opened on 10 October 1928 by King George V and has since become a defining symbol of Tyneside. It is ranked as the tenth tallest structure in the city.
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St. John The Baptist

St John’s Church is a 13th-century church on the corner of Grainger Street and Westgate Road in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, dedicated to St John the Baptist.
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Bessie Surtees House

Sandhill, NE1 3JF
Bessie Surtees House is the name of two merchants' houses on Newcastle's Sandhill, near to the river, that were built in the 16th and 17th centuries. The buildings are a fine and rare example of Jacobean domestic architecture. An exhibition detailing the history of the buildings can be found on the first floor. The site is also home to the North East regional branch of English Heritage and Historic England. It is a Grade I listed building.The house is best known as the scene of the elopement of Bessie Surtees and John Scott, who later became Lord Chancellor. It was restored in 1930 by SR Vereker, later Lord Gort, who employed an engineer to install 17th-century fixtures taken from properties about to be demolished. Newcastle City Council purchased the house in 1978. They leased it to English Heritage in 1989.In July 2009 it was targeted by graffiti vandals who extensively spray-painted the roof with the tags "LG", "GRIM" and "KAME".
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Cathedral Church of St. Mary

The Cathedral Church of St Mary is a Catholic cathedral in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, the mother church of the Diocese of Hexham and Newcastle and seat of the Bishop of Hexham and Newcastle. The Cathedral, situated on Clayton Street, was designed by Augustus Welby Pugin and built between 1842 and 1844. The cathedral is a grade I listed building and a fine example of the Gothic Revival style of architecture championed by Pugin. There is a monument dedicated to Cardinal Basil Hume in the Monument Garden outside of the cathedral, which was opened by Queen Elizabeth II in 2002. St Mary's Cathedral is the fifth tallest structure in the city.
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Metro Radio Arena

Arena Way, NE4 7NA, Newcastle upon Tyne
Metro Radio Arena is a sports and entertainment arena in the city of Newcastle upon Tyne, North East England, United Kingdom. Owned and operated by the SMG Europe and sponsored by Metro Radio, it hosts music, entertainment, sports & business events. Having also had various professional basketball and ice hockey teams as tenants for much of its history, since 2009 it has had no ice hockey team after the departure of the Newcastle Vipers to the Whitley Bay Ice Rink, and no basketball team since the departure of the Newcastle Eagles to Northumbria University's Sport Central arena in 2010.
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Blackfriars Church

Blackfriars is a restored 13th-century friary in Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear, England. It is in the city centre, close to the city's Chinatown. It is Grade I listed.
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Holy Jesus Hospital

The Holy Jesus Hospital is a working office Newcastle upon Tyne, England, in the care of the National Trust. It is a Grade II* listed building.The site of the hospital has been in use for 700 years helping the townspeople. There was an Augustinian friary on the site from the thirteenth century, then an almshouse for housing retired freemen, then a soup kitchen was built next to Almshouse in the nineteenth century, before the site acquired its current function as a working office. The building also serves as the basis of the Inner City Project of the National Trust. This project takes people of ages 12–25 and over 50 out to the countryside in order to increase appreciation of the city's natural surroundings. The building is of architectural interest because it still retains architectural elements from many previous centuries, including a 14th-century sacristy wall and 16th-century tower connected with the King's Council of the North.
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Newcastle International Airport

Woolsington, NE13 8BZ, Newcastle upon Tyne
Newcastle International Airport is an international airport located near the main area of Newcastle upon Tyne, England, about 6.5 miles north-west of the city centre. In 2016 it was the 11th busiest airport in the United Kingdom and the second busiest in Northern England after Manchester Airport, handling over 4.8 million passengers. Newcastle Airport has a Civil Aviation Authority Public Use Aerodrome Licence that allows flights for the public transport of passengers or for flying instruction.
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Central Station

Central Station often referred to as Central is an underground station on the Tyne and Wear Metro in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. It is located below Newcastle railway station, from which the Metro station gets its name. The station is the third-busiest on the network after Monument and Haymarket. The station has both entrances from inside the railway station for passengers transferring to or from National Rail services, and entrances from the street outside to allow easy access and egress for passengers not using the rail system.
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Avis Car Hire Newcastle

7 George Street, NE4 7JL, Newcastle upon Tyne
Avis is an American car rental company headquartered in Parsippany, New Jersey, United States. Avis, Budget Rent a Car, Budget Truck Rental and Zipcar are all units of Avis Budget Group.Avis Budget Group operates the Avis brand in North America, South America, India, Australia, and New Zealand. In 2011, Avis announced it was acquiring Avis Europe plc, which had been a separate corporation licensing the Avis brand. Since the late 1970s, Avis has featured mainly General Motors vehicles such as Chevrolet and Cadillac, but today also rents popular non-GM brands including Ford and Toyota.
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Chillingham Road Metro station

Chillingham Road Metro station is in the south of the Heaton area of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and is served by the Tyne and Wear Metro service. It was originally to be called Parsons, reflecting its proximity to the Parsons engineering works. It is adjacent to the tracks of Heaton TMD and the East Coast Main Line at the end of a long path from Chillingham Road and is unusual in that electronic displays showing the arrival times of the next trains were not installed until 2009. Close to the station is Brough Park Stadium, which holds regular greyhound racing meetings and is home to the Newcastle Diamonds speedway team. Chillingham Road is also the closest Metro station to the location of the former Heaton railway station. West of here, the Metro route diverges from the former North Eastern Railway line through Heaton in order to serve Byker.
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West Jesmond

West Jesmond Metro station is one of three Tyne and Wear Metro stations that serve the suburb of Jesmond in Newcastle upon Tyne. West Jesmond is the busiest suburban station on the Metro network, with 966,467 annual passenger boardings in 1995-96, which has further increased to over 1 million in 2008-9.
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Manors Metro station is to the east of Newcastle city centre on the Yellow line of the Tyne and Wear Metro, and opened in 1982. Due to its location on the edge of the city centre the station is relatively lightly used with a recorded patronage of 227,000 passengers in the period 2008-9. An abstract mural entitled Magic City by Basil Beattie can be seen in the station. It was commissioned in 1987. Heading east from Manors, the route surfaces alongside the East Coast Main Line and then crosses the dramatic 800m long Byker Viaduct constructed by Ove Arup for the Metro. The former North Eastern Railway route between Manors railway station and Jesmond is connected via a link tunnel just west of Manors. It is used only by trains running out of public service, allowing them to terminate at Manors and then return to the Gosforth depot without having to travel around the coast. The line can be clearly seen on satellite imagery running alongside the A167 Central Motorway.
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Roomzzz Aparthotel

Clavering Place, NE1 3NG, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Jesmond Dene House

Jesmond Dene Road, NE2 2EY, Newcastle upon Tyne

Hampton by Hilton Newcastle

Neville Street, NE1 5EN, Newcastle upon Tyne

North Eastern YWCA Hostel


Premier Inn Newcastle Quayside

Lombard Street, NE1 3AE, Newcastle upon Tyne

Crowne Plaza Newcastle

Forth Street, NE1 3SA, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Maldron Hotel Newcastle

17 Newgate Street, NE1 5RE, Newcastle upon Tyne


Forster Street, NE1 2NH, Newcastle upon Tyne

Premier Inn

95 Newgate Street, NE1 5RF, Newcastle upon Tyne