Newcastle Castle located at Castle Garth, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1RQ, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0191 230 6300

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Stephen Forsythe

5 Google Rating

Hadn't realised there was so much to see. You need to take time to understand the different stages o

5/ 5

Hadn't realised there was so much to see. You need to take time to understand the different stages of the castle's history. There's a lot of steps....so wear sensible shoes!

rejoy josy

5 Google Rating

If you love history and if you like to know more about Newcastle you should visit this place. Entry

5/ 5

If you love history and if you like to know more about Newcastle you should visit this place. Entry fees will be applicable still it worth if you like to know about the history. The Black Gate was built non AD 1247 which is still their . Near to this tyne bridge and a railway track is going through a bridge that's also amazing. If you visit Newcastle don't miss this place because history will always speak about the county.

diana goldz

4 Google Rating

First of all I love the fact that there's a surviving castle in Newcastle. The preservation of some

4/ 5

First of all I love the fact that there's a surviving castle in Newcastle. The preservation of some artifacts in the castle and the description of the castle's rooms were quiet informative. Moreover climbing 99 steps to get to the top of the castle proved to be worth it, the ariel view of Newcastle city is beautiful.

Michelle Ackerman

5 Google Rating

Wedged inbetween two railway track junctions this historic event building is a must for historians a

5/ 5

Wedged inbetween two railway track junctions this historic event building is a must for historians and family's alike . There is a museum and the children can dress up in costumes of the time and find out the history of its beginnings. For the fit there is a 99 step climb up to the roof where wonderful views all over the city can be taken in. Well worth a visit for young and old . We had such a great time here, there is so much to see and explore than I thought there would be. The guy on reception was such a brilliant person, told us about places to go and eat etc. The price is excellent, well worth it. Loved it.

Ben Lee

4 Google Rating

Good place to look around, plenty of good exhibits and displays. The staff are very friendly and eng

4/ 5

Good place to look around, plenty of good exhibits and displays. The staff are very friendly and engaging and you get a fantastic view from the rooftop of Newcastle.

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