Your culture attendant: things to do in Longbenton

A THING TO DO TODAY

LONGBENTON
Price: Free
Time: 20 mins
The banks of the Tyne once hummed with the sound of factories, mills and lots and lots of shipping. Discover the river's cultural transformation with this tour at 4pm at the Baltic Art Gallery's viewing area. See what you can make out in the landscape - and what you can make of the free art exhibitions on the lower floors.
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LONGBENTON
NORTH TYNESIDE
55.01777, -1.56936


Sunrise: 05:44
Sunset: 18:16
Weather: light rain, 16°C max, 13°C min


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