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Borough Museum & Art Gallery, Newcastle

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Set in lovely parkland (with a miniature railway nearby) this revamped museum, which is a ten-minute walk away from the town centre, is not exactly brimming with very unusual stuff, but if you love or know Newcastle, at least it's for you.
Contains displays of social, civic, industrial and archaeological history of the Newcastle area.
The museum also contains a gallery of Childhood toys from the 19th Century to the present.

Monday to Saturday - 10.00am to 5.30pm
Sunday - 2.00pm to 5.30pm

The museum is located in the Brampton Park on Brampton Road, just half a mile from Newcastle town centre and 3 miles from junction 15 of the M6 moterway. Local bus services run past the museum.
Walking-wise, walk up the bank from the big roundabout towards Wolstanton.

Admission
Free

Facilities
Free parking and disabled access.


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