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Prudhoe Castle


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Prudhoe Castle has many a story to tell so a family day out to this Northumberland fortress is truly worthwhile. Have a picnic and take in the surroundings, browse in the shop or explore the keep, great hall and towered walls enclosing a fine Georgian mansion.


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Palatine Centre, Durham University


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The Palatine Centre opened in Summer 2012 and houses key student services and the University’s headquarters on one site, along with Durham Law School.


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Priestman Gallery, Sunderland


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A gallery situated within one of the University of Sunderland's most central buildings.


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Penshaw Monument


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Penshaw Monument is a striking landmark of the North East and a symbol of home to those who live in the area. In 1844 it was built in memory of John George Lambton.


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Palace Green Library


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Admissions: See https://www.dur.ac.uk/palace.green/visit/admission/ for details on admission prices

Today, Palace Green Library is a place for visitors and researchers to explore both the University’s treasures and collections from around the world.


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Porters Café & Music Bar


Open: 08:30 - 15:00 most days

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A place to relax and enjoy the papers over coffee, to meet friends for lunch or afternoon tea, be part of the hurly burly at weekends when the antique market takes over the station platform or enjoy one of the many music nights.


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Princess Alexandra Auditorium, Yarm


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The Princess Alexandra Auditorium at Yarm School hosts a variety of cultural events.


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