Your culture attendant: things to do in Blaydon-on-tyne

A THING TO DO TODAY

BLAYDON-ON-TYNE
Price: Free
Time: 40 mins
The Baltic Art Gallery, on the Tyne in Gateshead, is one of the cultural landmarks of the North East. Discover more about what goes on in the building - and about its past as a flour mill - by taking a behind-the-scenes tour today at 11am. Ask at the Information Desk for details of where to go.
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BLAYDON-ON-TYNE
GATESHEAD
54.96461, -1.71392


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