While staying in Hazlerigg, be sure to spend a few hours sightseeing in colorful neighborhoods like Wallsend, Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Seaton Burn.
To really understand Newcastle-upon-Tyne, head to one of its fabulous cultural destinations. In particular, you should make sure you check out Seven Stories and the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Discovery Museum. Lovers of the arts can enjoy a night of great entertainment at venues such as the Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre, the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Arts Centre and the Newcastle-upon-Tyne Theatre Royal. The area is a dream destination for lovers of art. Visit the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead and the Laing Art Gallery Materials.
A number of Newcastle-upon-Tyne’s attractions are within driving distance of the Hazlerigg area, including Blue Carpet, Grey's Monument and the Newcastle-upon-Tyne St. Mary's Cathedral. Relive Newcastle-upon-Tyne’s colorful past at Castle Keep.
Spend a few hours at Central Arcade and the Eldon Square Shopping Centre for some retail therapy.
Fans of rugby union or soccer should visit Kingston Park Stadium, the home of local favorites the Newcastle Falcons and the Newcastle United Reserves. After the game, retire with local sports obsessives to a nearby pub or bar to either celebrate, or commiserate, depending on the score.
When it’s time to rest your weary feet after a day spent exploring the charms of Hazlerigg, check in to one of the many local short and long stay accommodation options. Take your pick from the Jurys Inn Newcastle, the Royal Station Hotel, or the Novotel Newcastle Airport.