The following attractions are located within 15 miles of NE258RU:
The Museum of Antiquities is the principal museum of archaeology in north east England. Its visitors are those who wish to know more about the history of the region, especially Hadrian's Wall and the Roman frontier.
Entrance fee: Free admission
Exciting hands-on exhibits and interactive displays tell the story of Sunderland from its prehistoric past through to the present day.In the Museum discover the history of the City from its prehistoric past to the present day in exciting displays interpreting the collections with hands-on exhibits, computer interactives and video presentations.
Entrance fee: Not Available
World's oldest exisiting railway, originally opened in 1725. 3 mile steam passenger railway between Sunniside, Causey Arch and East Tanfield.
Entrance fee: Various, See Description
This unusual museum specialises in the history and development of Northumbrian small pipes and their music. They are set in the context of bagpipes around the world - from India to Inverness.
Entrance fee: Free entry
Britain’s Best Museum (Period Living & Traditional Homes ‘2005 Best of British Awards’ and ‘Living Museum of the Year 2004’ (Good Britain Guide), Beamish is one of the region’s leading tourist attractions. It vividly recreates life in the North of England in the early 1800s and early 1900s.
Entrance fee: See below
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