Arts Centre Washington
Open: Event dependent
Admissions: Event dependent
Arts Centre Washington exists to provide a mixed programme of artistic events and activities for all members of its community to experience and participate in the arts. Events include theatre, music, dance and comedy with Saturday nights in the Low Barn playing host to the award winning Davy Lamp Folk Club.
Open: Castle currently closed for renovation
Admissions: See venue website for admissions details
A symbol of power and authority, Auckland Castle was built as one of the primary castles and hunting lodges of the Prince Bishop of Durham. Positioned high above the meandering River Wear, Auckland Castle offers commanding views of the surrounding countryside.
Arbeia Roman Fort and Museum
Open: Monday - Sunday
Admissions: Free (donations welcome)
Standing above the entrance to the River Tyne, Arbeia Roman Fort guarded the main sea route to Hadrian's Wall. Step into the Fort and immerse yourself in the world of the Romans right in the heart of South Shields.
Azure Garden Centre, Cramlington
Open: Monday - Saturday 9am - 5pm, Sunday 10.30am - 4.30pm
Azure provides a wide range of services to people with disability throughout the North East. Their mission is 'Improving the lives of people who are disabled or disadvantaged'.
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