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North East England

North East England is a region rich in historical attractions, modern culture, World Heritage Sites, and stunning countryside.

This region is the home to more than 70 castles, many museums and art galleries as well as some of the most brilliant landscapes of the country which makes it an idyllic static caravan getaway. Whether shopping in Durham or spending the day on the beach in Seahouses, the North East is a lovely place to rent a static caravan for your next holiday.

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Thorpe Park Cleethorpes

Humberston, Cleethorpes DN35 0PW, UK, Cleethorpes, United Kingdom, DN35 0PW
North East England
Thorpe Park Caravan Holiday Park
2 Bedrooms
1 Bathrooms
6 Guests
Haven Thorpe Park 6 Berth Caravan 1 minute from the beach Pet friendly Fully central heated FB GROUP : GS CARAVAN HIRE
£80.00/Per Night

Sun sea and sand

Whitley Bay NE26 4RR, UK, Whitley Bay, United Kingdom, NE26 4RR
North East England
Whitley Bay Holiday Park
2 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
6 Guests
Whitley bay caravan park 🏖️ Sleeps 6 🛌 2 bathrooms 🛀 Veranda with corner sofa 🌞 Central heating 🥵 Parking bay 🚙 Pet friendly (additional cost) 🐶 ...
£100.00/Per Night

Swift Bordeaux 2 Bedroom Beach Location

Redcar Beach Caravan Park, Majuba Rd, Redcar TS10 1SE, UK, Redcar, United Kingdom, TS10 1SE
North East England
Redcar Beach
2 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
4 Guests
Modern 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom centrally heated Caravan with all the home comforts you need for you and your family; ideally located close to the town centre and right next to the Beach. ...
£150.00/Per Night

Willerby Lyndhurst 6 Berth Immaculately presented

Amble, Morpeth, United Kingdom, NE65 0JR
North East England
Silvercarrs Caravan Park
2 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
4 Guests
Fabulous Holiday Home Ensuite bathroom All the mod cons Large decking great for entertaining Great Park with Clubhouse ...
Discovery museum

Discover the Dicovery Museum

For those with a love of history, the Discovery Museum is Newcastle favorite. This award-winning, free museum was founded in 1934 and has evolved into a large, 3-floor attraction of models, exhibits, world-firsts and inventions that will entertain those of any age.

One of the largest attractions at the Discovery Museum is the Turbinia, the first steam turbine-powered steamship which was built as an experimental vessel in 1894. This ship was by far the fastest of its time and revolutionized the maritime industry. At 32 metres long, you can’t miss this awe-inspiring piece of history adorning the central hall of the museum.

Hands-on science projects will delight the kids while the adults will revel in the fascinating facts about Newcastle and Tyneside. From Arts & Culture to People & Places to inventions of the modern world, the Discovery Museum is a must-see on any static caravan holiday. A brilliant addition to any holiday.

(Photo: Stephenson’s ‘Rocket’ at the Discovery Museum, Photo © Andrew Curtis (cc-by-sa/2.0))

Fortresses of the North East

With more than 70 castles in the North East, this region has virtually inexhaustible history to become immersed in. Many of these fortresses stand tall today inviting visitors while others lie in ruins for preservation, all are remembered as a part of English archives.

Bamburgh Castle in Bamburgh, is one of the largest inhabited castles in the country and spans across 9 acres of rocky cliffs overlooking the Northumberland shoreline. Absorb 1,400 years of legends and ghost stories surrounding the kings and queens that lived and fought here by popping into the 14 staterooms on site that are sure to keep anyone’s interest.

The Windsor of the North, Alnwick Castle, is also one of the largest inhabited castles in the country. Harry Potter fans will delight in seeing filming areas and then head off to learn to ride a broomstick. Those with less affinity for wizardry can explore the state rooms, partake in medieval crafts, or battle the labyrinth of the Dragon Quest to see if you can win against the mythical beast!

(Photo: Alnwick Castle, Northumberland England)
galaxy photo

Day or Night: The Kielder Observatory

Visitors will never view the skies the same again after seeing them from the Kielder Observatory, a world class facility for astronomy by all accounts. Opened in 2008, the observatory receives about 20K visitors a year to its small classroom and then out onto its viewing decks for the best dark skies throughout the UK or Europe.

Northumberland Park having achieved the recognition of Dark-sky status in 2013, this 1500 sq km area is the largest area of protected sky in this part of the world. Light pollution control allows viewers to see billions of stars that most have never seen even a fraction of before!

With a wide range of telescopes, including solar telescopes for daytime observing during the summer months, the observatory hosts those of all ages for several hours each night, all year round. The facility has special events aimed at children, late night family events and relaxed astronomy. Viewers may also choose a night that focuses on the moon or planets.

(Photo: Night sky)

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