Attractions like the famous Tyne Bridge and bustling Quayside may instantly come to mind when thinking of the captivating city that is Newcastle, there are plenty of lesser-known gems waiting to be discovered. From quirky bingo halls to art galleries with a twist, get ready to explore Newcastle’s best-kept secrets with us that are sure to surprise and delight both locals and tourists alike. 

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Buzz Bingo and The Slots Room

While many visitors flock to the iconic landmarks and popular attractions, there are also hidden gems waiting to be discovered. One such gem is Buzz Bingo and The Slots Room Newcastle.

Located in Clifford Street, Buzz Bingo offers an exciting and modern twist on traditional bingo. It’s the perfect venue for those who enjoy the free bingo promotions Buzz Bingo offers online, so if you haven’t had the chance to try out bingo before, make sure to test your skills before heading to the venue. Once you’re ready, be prepared to step inside a lively venue and you’ll find yourself in a world of fun, with vibrant colours, friendly staff, and an electric atmosphere.

But that’s not all – nestled within Buzz Bingo is a slots club. Here, you can try a wide range of slot machines that cater to all tastes. From classic fruit machines to cutting-edge video slots featuring stunning graphics and bonus features aplenty, there’s something here for everyone.

Whether you’re a seasoned gambler or just looking for some casual entertainment during your visit to Newcastle, this locale has it all. Plus, since it’s open every day, you will definitely get the chance to enjoy it even if you’re only visiting the city.

The Biscuit Factory

For those who love art, The Biscuit Factory is a must-visit as it combines contemporary artwith an industrial setting. As you step inside this former Victorian warehouse, you are greeted by the eclectic artworks on display.

The Biscuit Factory showcases a diverse range of artwork from both local and international artists, with four major exhibitions a year. From paintings to sculptures to ceramics, there is something here to suit every artistic taste. If you’re feeling inspired, you can even purchase some of these unique pieces to take home with you, and if you left without purchasing and have a feeling of regret – you can always buy them online.

But The Biscuit Factory isn’t just about visual art, it also offers workshops and courses for those looking to tap into their creative side. And if you get peckish, make sure to stop by The Factory Kitchen for some delicious food made using locally sourced ingredients. Whether you fancy a seasonal brunch or an indulgent afternoon tea, this independent cafe offers a delightful culinary experience that perfectly complements your visit.

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Ah, Newcastle, home of the Magpies, is clearly a city that never fails to amaze. And while popular landmarks like the Tyne Bridge and St. James’ Park, the home of the aforementioned Magpies, are undoubtedly worth a visit, it’s also essential to explore the city’s lesser-known gems. This not only helps with having a well-rounded experience in a remarkable city but let’s be honest, there is a reason they are called gems and that is because all of the above places are worth a visit. 

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