Discover the vibrant Ouseburn

Newcastle, Tyne and Wear

Ouseburn is one of the most visually attractive, creatively exciting and historically fascinating areas in the North East.

Once the cradle of the industrial revolution of Tyneside, the area has now become a vibrant place to live, work and play. Thanks to imaginative, culture led regeneration projects and an enthusiastic community, this stunning townscape is once again thriving.

Nestled along two rivers and six bridges there’s a huge amount to do in Ouseburn, with something different for all ages.

Much of its charm stems from its beautiful location; near enough to walk to from Newcastle’s Quayside but set within a steep leafy valley, the area has stunning natural views and beautifully refurbished industrial architecture.

From stunning pubs like The Tyne Bar and Cumberland Arms to art spaces Biscuit Factory and Northern Print, as well as entertainment venues The Cluny, the Star & Shadow Cinema and Seven Stories - the National Centre for Children's Books; Ouseburn is a hidden delight just outside of the Newcastle city centre.

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The view over Ouseburn ValleyThe view over Ouseburn Valley © VisitNewcastleGateshead
The Ouseburn riverThe Ouseburn river © VisitNewcastleGateshead

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