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Newcastle, England

If you want delve into the intricacies of cultural diversity, Newcastle can be a great option. Newcastle stands ahead among all the finest cities in England. It is the largest city located in Tyne and Wear. The sites that you must see in the city of Newcastle include the Tyne Bridge, ‘St James Park’ the well known football ground and the Discovery Museum. It is the regional capital that embraces to the north bank of Tyne River hosting seven bridges to connect the cities. The great arched suspension bridge is the most famous of all which carries the A1. And, the Robert Stephenson’s is the oldest one, which was elevated in 1849 to link with road and rail bridges. You can go for a quick round trip of the finest locations in Newcastle by boarding the shields ferry and cross the river between south and north shields. The Metro system is the best and convenient way to roam around the city. Considering the huge Grey’s monuments as a city centre mark, you can travel around and can also interchange the metro 2 lines of travel from that centre point. The yellow line encompasses the, Wallsend, Tyneouth, and Whitley Bay that includes Gateshead towards the southern line and Sunderland. The green line of the metro service surrounds South Shields, Jesmond, Jarrow and ending up to airport. If you opt for the metro service to tour the Newcastle city, you can get hold of a ‘Metro Day Saver’ ticket that will offer you an unlimited roaming through metro for one day.

The Discovery Museum on the south side of Westgate Road in Blandford Square is holding many impressive displays of the city’s history. It is open from Monday to Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. And Sunday from 2:00pm to 5:00 pm. The free entry passes are available from the site or you may also get them online from their official website. Once you arrive you are accosted by a one hundred feet long Turbinia. It is world’s first steam turbine powered ship built by a local engineer named Charles Parsons. The Turbinia is surrounded by galleries on the three floors including rare attractions like ‘The Newcastle Story’. It provides glimpse of the city’s past using many animated characters. You will also get to see an interactive Science Maze that accord tribute to the pioneering inventors of the Newcastle. The city has been home to many old and new, popular and famous musicians. One of the most common songs is ‘fog on the Tyne’ written and sung by the famous folk rock artist Lindisfarne. ‘The Animals’ was a popular group of 60s who used to play in local clubs of Newcastle and then entered into the global appreciation. They compose a song ‘the house of the rising sun’ which became their most popular song of the era. Newcastle and Gateshead host the Orange evolution every year in May that displays new and forthcoming acts playing Indie, Rock and Dance music.


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