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Lengthy piece of the original town wall from the medieval era in the 13th-15th centuries. Several towers are still there and were in use for several centuries afterward. Great informational signs. Nice walk along the one side--the other is an alley in use by local...More
The town wall is, with the castle, what remains of Medieval Newcastle. It's free all year long, and the western side is flanked by a nice little park (well grass and a walkway for people). It is well integrated into the cityscape and provides a...More
Opens at 12 but filled up quickly.
Newcastle home match made it a bit busy and noisy but atmosphere was good. Enjoyed the afternoon drinking and socialising. Some members had food and the empty plates suggests it was good.
Found them mentioned and not easy to find but very worthwhile to visit some remains of the city walls of this great city. Right nest to the China Town entrance and not far from St James Park football ground. A piece of history so nearly...More
If you're in the city centre area, you'll be seeing many parts of the old town walls. There are many shortcuts by stairs through the walls worth exploring. Some are quite steep but all take you back in history hundreds of years! Truly fascinating! Worth...More