Days Out With Kids In Newcastle
Do you need suggestions for where to go for your Days Out With Kids In Newcastle? At Eric Knows, we are here to help you find places and events that suit your needs. Whether you are needing to find somewhere for a family day out, with wheelchair access, or want to find a charity that can support you, we’ve compiled all the suitable places for you.
If you are wanting to discover beautiful outdoor space, Havannah Nature Reserve is the place for you. Popular with dog walkers, cyclists, and horse riders, at the reserve you can find wildlife, walkways, woodland, and water. Havana Nature Reserve can get muddy so isn’t ideal for those with mobility issues, but the reserve is dementia and autism-friendly.
If you want to see a lot of Newcastle, there are the Curious About Newcastle self-guided heritage walks. With a treasure hunt theme, you’ll learn interesting facts about the development and history of Newcastle. On their website, you will find out how long each walk is and how wheelchair/pushchair friendly they are.
For more educational days out, you can visit the Great North Museum: Hancock. It is filled with family-based workshops and galleries including fossil stories, ancient Egypt, and the ice age to iron age. The museum is accessible for everyone as there are stairs and lifts to all floors and there are specific autism-friendly opening times available.
If you are seeking adventure, Go Ape Matfen is the one for you. Just 15 minutes outside of Newcastle, you explore the forest canopy via the treetop rope course with your friends and family. There is a range of Tarzan swings as well as fast zip wires for you to enjoy. All of their courses are designed to be accessible to everyone and additional equipment is available if necessary.
Take a look at our full listings page to discover what else you can do on your days out in Newcastle.