Things to do for Couples in Gateshead

Prepare for a truly unforgettable, action packed stay in the vibrant city of Gateshead. The buzz of the Quayside with stunning architecture, restaurants, bars and landmarks will keep you entertained by day and by night. You’ll discover some unique and exciting activities on offer in the area, ideal for couples to create memories that will last a life time. Here’s some of our favourites…

  

The Baltic ·

Shore Rd, Gateshead, NE8 3BA

Spend quality time together whilst browsing six floors of outstanding contemporary art at The Baltic. The iconic building located on the south bank of the river Tyne is a converted flour mill, providing a spacious and minimalist interior to fully showcase a frequently changing programme or exhibitions.

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Angel of the North ·

Durham Rd, Low Eighton, Gateshead NE9 7TY

Antony Gormley's award winning Angel of the North is now one of the most viewed pieces of art in the world, making it one of the most recognisable pieces of public art ever produced. Take in the steel sculptures magnificent wingspan measuring 54 metres as well as the breath-taking hill top views for memorable moments with your loved one.

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The Sage ·

St Mary's Square, Gateshead, NE8 2JR

Treat your other half to an unforgettable and romantic evening with a visit to Sage Gateshead. Home to the Royal Northern Sinfonia, the international music centre welcomes more than two million visitors every year. More than 400 concerts take place all year round featuring all kinds of local, regional and international music for your pleasure.

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A Quayside Stroll ·

Gateshead

For a fun and lively night out, you can take your pick from the stylish bars, restaurants and clubs lining the Quayside. Take in the illuminated glow of the Millennium Bridge as you become captivated by the buzz of this vibrant, night life hotspot. By day you can browse the markets and fully admire the iconic architecture with a refreshing drink at By The River Brew, providing fantastic riverside views along the Quayside.

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