What you need to know before traveling to Tyne and Wear

Tyne and Wear is a county in northeastern England. One of the most iconic Tyne and Wear sights has become the Angel of the North, in Gateshead, a modern steel sculpture of an angel whose wingspan is greater in length than the height of the Statue of Liberty. Another of the Tyne and Wear attractions that tourists enjoy is the Gateshead Millennium Bridge, a pedestrian bridge with a bicycle path; the curious aspect of this bridge is its ability to tilt to one side to allow boats to pass underneath it. When visiting Tyne and Wear, you should also check out the Newcastle Castle Keep, or main tower, dating to the 12th century, and Tynemouth Castle and Priory, in North Tyneside.

For some Tyne and Wear culture, visit Arbeia, a reconstructed Roman fort which houses a museum, and the Beamish Museum, an open air museum that illustrates life in a northern English town in the 20th century. Things to do in Tyne and Wear can also involve the great outdoors. For example, spend a day in Saltwell Park, a Victorian park that is considered one of the best parks in Britain. Dedicate a weekend in Tyne and Wear to visiting the village of Marsden, where you can admire a bird reserve and a characteristic lighthouse. If you want to locate the best areas for shopping in Tyne and Wear, search the Internet for sites on Tyne and Wear tourism. EasyToBook.com is an excellent resource for locating hotels in the area.


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