Ouseburn, Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 2PQ – Visit Now
If you were walking along Newcastle’s quayside to the east, you would eventually arrive in the Ouseburn. Ouseburn – named after its tributary to the River Tyne – is the alternative cultural quarter of Newcastle. The area is known for it is known for all the things that you can do when you visit. The Cluny – with its multiple stages known for being one of Newcastle’s most thriving gig venues, the Ouseburn farm much loved by children of all ages to visit and enjoy the animals, and for the more grown the pubs – with the Ship Inn (a Vegan friendly pub), The Cumberland Arms and the Free Trade Pub all being very unique with their own character – each friendly but alternative in their own way. Alongside all these amazing venues is Seven Stories – the National children’s library. This can be found beside the Cluny or by walking along the Ouseburn’s pleasant path. Seven Stories provides a fantastic location to sit with a book, reminisce about a childhood favourite or introduce your little one to a story they will always remember. If all of this choice is too much, well the Ouseburn itself is a fantastic location just to walk and enjoy the sound of the water flowing and the sound of the local birds and wildfowl – natural meditation at its best.