We have an exciting choice of places to meet, from the world’s largest treehouse, to an iconic international music centre and even an Edwardian town! With so many unique experiences on offer to create a social programme to remember, along with our famously warm Geordie welcome, you can be certain that your delegates will love their time in NewcastleGateshead.
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Delegates can climb to the top of the iconic Grey’s Monument, which has one of the city’s best-kept secret viewpoints at the top, and then tuck into a three-course dinner at luxurious bar and restaurant The Botanist.
To give your delegates an experience they won’t forget, have the famous Gateshead Millennium Bridge washed in your corporate or association colours to celebrate your event.
Immerse your delegates in the region’s history at Beamish, the Living Museum of the North. You can even treat them to a fish and chips supper at the coal-fired chip shop, part of the recreated Edwardian pit village in the open-air museum.
If you’re really looking to impress, host a dinner for your delegates on stage at international home for music Sage Gateshead.
At Alnwick Castle, a.k.a Hogwarts from the Harry Potter films, delegates can give broomstick training a go, guided by the resident wizarding professors on the very spot where Harry Potter had his first flying lesson!
A roof-top tour of Newcastle United’s home ground, St. James’ Park, is a unique way to show delegates the famous sights of NewcastleGateshead while learning all about the football club and its history along the way.
For one of the country’s most unique settings for a conference dinner, try The Treehouse at The Alnwick Garden, which offers locally sourced fine-dining in one of the world’s largest tree houses.
Serve your delegates an authentic medieval banquet at Blackfriars, which was established in 1239 as a Dominican friary. A range of cookery workshops are also available.
Climb Newcastle offers facilities for climbers at every level and can host lessons as part of your conference programme.
For more adventurous delegates, you can arrange a tree-top adventure on a high ropes course at Beamish Wild at Beamish Hall or Go Ape at Matfen Hall.
Mulligans Newcastle offers an ‘out of this world’ adventure golf experience. Immerse your delegates in a journey through space on the three nine-hole golf courses.
Book an informal conference dinner at boutique bowling venue Lane7, then set your delegates away to enjoy ten-pin bowling, karaoke or ping-pong – a fun and informal way to network!
Sage Gateshead, the iconic international home for music set on the Gateshead Quays, can arrange a range of bespoke musical sessions for conferences, from banging steel drums to playing the fiddle or ukulele.
Delegates can kick back and relax at Rockliffe Hall’s spa – with spa butlers and this fabulous view adding an extra element of luxury to their stay.
Marvel at the panoramic quayside views with a drinks reception on the roof of Newcastle Castle – a medieval building standing on the site of the ‘new castle’ that gave the city its name.