Heaton Park, Newcastle upon Tyne NE6 5JS, UK
About Heaton Park
A majestic and beauitiful historic park in the heart of a thriving community packed with stunning variety of seasonal flowerbeds, shrubs and trees. The park has an excellent network of footpaths to explore, connecting the park to nearby Ouseburn Park, Armstrong Park and Jesmond Dene. It was one of the iconic attraction in this area and also It is a great place for a good walk.
Attractions near Heaton Park
The Cluny is a 300-capacity live music venue, pub and café, on Lime Street, in the Ouseburn Valley area of Newcastle upon Tyne, England. Based in a former flax spinning mill, The Cluny occupies part of the wider building at 36 Lime Street, sharing the space with artists, offices and recording studios. The Cluny is a regular fixture in the top 100 list of World's Best Bars, and is currently the only pub in Newcastle upon Tyne to make the list.
The Victoria Tunnel is a subterranean waggonway that runs under Newcastle upon Tyne, England, from the Town Moor down to the River Tyne. It was built between 1839 and 1842 to transport coal from Leazes Main Colliery in Spital Tongues to riverside staithes (jetties) ready for loading onto boats for export. The Tunnel is open all year round to the public for guided tours which include fantastic sound and visual effects, running regularly throughout the year.
Seven Stories is the National Centre for Children’s Books, located at 30 Lime Street in Ouseburn, Newcastle. Seven Stories is a charity, founded in 1996 by Elizabeth Hammill OBE and Mary Briggs OBE, to collect, champion and celebrate its children’s literature. It is the first and only museum in the UK wholly to the art of British children's books. Their archive is housed in a separate building in Felling.
The UK's largest independent commercial art, craft & design gallery founded in 2002 and located in the cultural quarter of Newcastle, Ouseburn. A former Victorian biscuit manufacturing warehouse, The Biscuit Factory underwent a sympathetic refurbishment, ensuring that many of the original and characterful facets of the building such as the beams and brickwork were maintained.
The Ouseburn Valley is the name of the valley of the Ouseburn, a small tributary of the River Tyne, running southwards through the east of Newcastle upon Tyne, England. The name refers particularly to the urbanised lower valley, spanned by three impressive bridges, which is nowadays a cultural and social oasis close to the centre of Newcastle.
Hadrian's Wall Path is a long-distance footpath in the north of England, which became the 15th National Trail in 2003. The National Trail is an 84-mile pathway that passes through a landscape walkers love for its diversity; bracing moorland gives way to cheerful fields, copses open out onto sky-filled vistas and all that green eventually gives way to dynamic city streets.
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Tyne and Wear is a metropolitan county in North East England. The county is bordered to the north by Northumberland, to the south by County Durham and to the east of the county lies the North Sea. It is the smallest county in North East England by area, but by far the largest in terms of population.