Here at Eric Knows, we have got you covered when it comes to things to do in Newcastle! We are committed to finding places and events that are accessible for everyone and easy to find. Whether you are looking for a family day out, a place to relax, or somewhere that is wheelchair or autism-friendly, Eric Knows can help you.
We recommend Endless Adventure North East for crafted bespoke adventures. Founded in 2012, it is the ideal place for those who want to broaden their outdoor experience. For a stag and hen dos or a team-building day, you can do everything from gorge walking, white water rafting, rock climbing, mountain biking, and many other outdoor activities. Visitors with additional needs are also accommodated as specific accessibility requirements can be met and their team will find activities to suit your needs.
Based right in the centre of Newcastle, is Ouseburn Farm. The working farm is also a training and education centre for adults with learning disabilities and difficulties. It always has a wide range of activities for families and school children, as well as numerous adult workshops. You can relax in their cafe after your visit and take in their environmentally friendly building.
For more outdoor things to do in Newcastle, Big Waters Nature Reserve is a relaxed place you can go for a walk whilst taking in the beautiful scenery. Home to a lot of wildlife, Big Water Nature Reserve can be enjoyed by everyone as it is autism, dementia, and family-friendly.
For indoor things to do in Newcastle, there is the modern and spacious Eldon Leisure Centre. Jam-packed with bowling lanes, vertigo adventure climbing, jungle Jack’s adventure soft play, and a state-of-the-art gym with qualified instructors there to assist you, Eldon Leisure Centre is the perfect place for a rainy day.
To discover more things to do in Newcastle, take a look at our full listings for events and places in Newcastle.