Near enough to London for a weekend trip, Newcastle is in northern England and has plenty to do. The city is great for visitors who want to get off the beaten path, and you can even get a direct flight from Newark, NJ with United now. Check out these 10 things to do while you're in Newcastle, UK.

10 Things to Do in Newcastle, England

Near enough to London for a weekend trip, Newcastle is in north England and has…

Dean Street - Tyne Bridge in Newcastle Upon Tyne - England stayed down the street on Buxton***

Dean Street - Tyne Bridge Things to do in Newcastle aside for joining the Social Media: The Essential Toolkit training course that takes place on December

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Sweet and Spicy Bacon Wrapped Chicken Tenders

There's so much more to the UK than London. Yes, London is an amazing city and all that but the UK has so many different beautiful and exciting cities that - 14

Smugglers Cove - Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England

Smugglers Cove next to Cullercoats Bay on the Newcastle Coastline- Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, UK. Taken at high tide.

The Old George, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

The Old George, Newcastle-upon-Tyne

Angel of the North, in Newcastle upon Tyne, England across the road from Aunty Margaret.

"Stand beside the Angel of the North" in Newcastle upon Tyne, England. We didn't actually stand so close when we visited the Angel in

When I moved to Scotland almost two years ago, I swore to myself that I would explore every last corner of the UK. I would get to know my new home like my home country. Let’s be honest, the plan was t

15 cool things to do in Newcastle (Travelettes)

When I moved to Scotland almost two years ago, I swore to myself that I would explore every last corner of the UK. Let’s be honest, the plan was t

The iconic Tyne Bridge, gateway to the city is often recognised as a symbol of Newcastle. It was completed in 1928 and spans 162 metres with a road deck 26 metres above the river.

The iconic Tyne Bridge, Newcastle, England, gateway to the city is often recognized as a symbol of Newcastle. It was completed in 1928 and spans 162 metres with a road deck 26 metres above the river.

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