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Beamish (94 Pictures) in the county of County Durham

(4.3 miles, 6.9 km, direction SE of Burnopfield)

Beamish is famous for its lovely open-air museum which so vividly brings to life how the folk of the region lived at the turn of the 20th century...

Millenium Eye, Newcastle upon Tyne

Newcastle upon Tyne (330 Pictures) a Historic City in the county of Tyne & Wear

(6.8 miles, 10.9 km, direction NE of Burnopfield)

This important City was known as Pons Aelii in Roman times; the Romans built the first bridge over the River Tyne, it was guarded by a Roman fort which was replaced by a castle.....

All Saints Church, Penshaw, County Durham

Penshaw (34 Pictures) in the county of Tyne & Wear

(10.3 miles, 16.6 km, direction E of Burnopfield)

Penshaw lies in open countryside between the urban sprawl of Sunderland and Washington...

Durham Cathedral

Durham (419 Pictures) a Historic City in the county of County Durham

(10.9 miles, 17.6 km, direction SE of Burnopfield)

Durham as a town reflects the long history of its magnificent castle and cathedral with its winding streets, ancient market place and alleyways and other old churches to discover.....

St.Bedes monastery in Jarrow, Tyne And Wear

Jarrow (4 Pictures) in the county of Tyne & Wear

(11.3 miles, 18.1 km, direction NE of Burnopfield)

This is the town that is famous for the 1930's "Hunger March" caused by the intense poverty that followed the closing of the Charles Palmer shipyard. The last of the surviving marchers, Cornelius Whalen died in 2003 at the age of 93...

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Gibside Chapel, National trust garden - Rowlands Gill, Burnopfield, Newcastle upon Tyne NE16 6BG

Gibside (42 Pictures)

(0.9 miles, 1.5 km)

Gibside is famous for the sedate historic estate set at the heart of the outstandingly beautiful Derwent Valley. The estate was.....

Watch out for Red Indians

Beamish Open Air Museum (218 Pictures)

(3.6 miles, 5.9 km, direction SE)

Beamish Museum lies in a basin of stunning countryside covering over three hundred acres. This is no ordinary museum, but an.....

Angel Of The North at Gateshead

Angel of the North (42 Pictures)

(5.3 miles, 8.5 km, direction E)

Britain's largest sculpture, The Angel of the North weighs in at 208 tonnes and stands 20 metres high. It was based on artist.....

St Nicholas Cathederal, Newcastle upon Tyne

St Nicholas Cathedral (4 Pictures)

(6.6 miles, 10.6 km, direction NE)

The magnificent cathedral church of St. Nicholas has stood at the heart of Newcastle for many centuries. Its superb lantern.....

Baltic Centre Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne

Baltic Centre (3 Pictures)

(6.9 miles, 11.0 km, direction NE)

The Baltic Centre is a new £46m art gallery on the banks of the Tyne and is the latest evidence of the area's growing cultural.....


The Castle (4 Pictures)

(7.0 miles, 11.2 km, direction NE)

On returning from a raid into Scotland, Robert Curthose, eldest son of William the Conqueror built a castle calling it his `New.....

Lumley Castle, Chester-le-Street, County Durham

Lumley Castle (8 Pictures)

(8.2 miles, 13.1 km, direction SE)


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