Best Places To Visit in North Tyneside

Expert recommended Top 3 Places To Visit in North Tyneside, UK. All of our places to visit face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes local reviews, history, trading standards, ratings, satisfaction, trust, price and their general excellence. Only the bee's knees!


Buddle Street, North Tyneside NE28 6HR Directions

Since 2000

Receptions, Heritage Site, Tower, Exhibitions, Wall Walkers, Learning, Group and School Visits, Educational, Collections, Roman Bath House, Evening Functions, Talks and Tours, Displays, Meetings, Primary and Secondary School, Higher Education, Filming, Gift Shops, Workshops & Communities

The Roman Fort & Museum of Segedunum is one of the most thoroughly excavated fort sites in the Roman Empire. The place features the remains of the original Roman fort, an interactive museum and a full-scale bathhouse reconstruction. The 35-meter high observation tower provides excellent views over this UNESCO World Heritage Site and the River Tyne, both ancient and contemporary in a place of great historical significance. It offers free admission for Children (under 16s).

Registration 1607799

Price: Adults £5.95
Season Ticket £14
Concessions (Over 60s & Students) £3.95
Concession Season Ticket £10

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October 29 - November 3:
Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
November 4 - October 28:
Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 3:00 pm

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Clifford’s Fort, Fish Quay, North Shields, North Tyneside NE30 1JA Directions

Since 1810

Lighthouse, Special Events, Talks, Guided Walks, Classes, Interactive and Craft Workshops, Artefacts, Heritage Gallery, Educational Programs, Events and Activities, Exhibition, Learning Area, Venue Hire, Self-Led Visits, Community Space, Social Activity, Children’s Party, Gift Shop & Cafe

The Old Low Light is the oldest surviving, occupied building on North Shields Fish Quay, is a Grade 2 listed building. It was converted into an Almshouse in the early 19th century and was used as a training facility for the Deep Sea Fisheries Association and later the Maritime Volunteer Service during the 20th century. They are exploring their shows, special events, forums, guided walks and lessons. It creates an exhibition space, a learning area, a unique hire space for special occasions, a base for guided walks and classes, a shop with local crafts and sales productivity, a café and an outdoor activity area. It offers complimentary admission for children under 16 years.

Price: £2 per Adult

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Mon - Sun 10:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Middle Engine Lane, North Shields, North Tyneside NE29 8DX Directions

Since 2002

Exhibitions, Collections, Displays, Steam and Diesel Locomotives, Seasonal, Steam Train Rides, Live Performances, Learning, School, CPD for Teachers, Corporate, Private, Workshops, Waggonway Tea Room, Self-Led Activities, Heritage Train Rides, Birthday Parties, Venue Hire & Gift Shops

Stephenson Railway Museum is an array of fascinating locomotives on display including ' Billy ' by George Stephenson, a precursor of the world-famous Rocket. The world's third-oldest surviving steam locomotive. They also run lots of family-friendly activities throughout the year, as well as showcasing several new engines. A passenger train pulled by a heritage steam or diesel locomotive will take you on a journey. It provides free Entry (welcome to donation). Wheelchair access is available.

Registration 5724066

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