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Gateshead secondary By the River Brew Co., Gateshead Quayside

Discover Gateshead! 

On the south bank of the River Tyne sits Gateshead – a town with a trendy, artisan edge as well as an expansive and beautiful countryside ready for you to explore.

The famous Quayside is where visitors find By The River Brew Co – a popular microbrewery and award-winning restaurant, street food market and all round hipster’s paradise. Explore further along Gateshead Quayside and find art and culture in the form of BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art and Sage Gateshead – the impressive, curved-roof music venue which can be seen from the Tyne Bridge. Wander still further along the river towards the historic Dunstan Staiths structure to enjoy a bite to eat at the independent Staiths Café.

On your way up from the River Tyne and behind hotel and spa, Hilton NewcastleGateshead, visitors should head to local favourite, The Central Bar for live music and great company.

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Visitors who just love to shop should head to Metrocentre and stroll from shop to shop as they enjoy a spot of retail therapy. The massive, indoor shopping centre is home to high street shops, designer brands and big-name department stores as well as family-friendly entertainment, restaurants and bars.

Now it's time to explore Gateshead’s countryside, parks and gardens. Enjoy a peaceful stroll through woodlands, along trails and beside the meandering river at rural hotspots including Derwent Walk, Chopwell Woods and Watergate Forest Park. Tuck into a picnic whilst watching the swans on the lake at Saltwell Park or visit popular outdoor attraction, Gibside National Trust for a brilliant family day out in Gateshead.

Discover the region’s industrial past with a visit to Tanfield Railway and take a steam train ride throughout the year, with the popular North Polar Express wowing the crowds during the festive season. Or browse Shipley Art Gallery, a free gallery in Gateshead with a range of exhibitions and events for all ages. 

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