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Grey Street, Newcastle upon Tyne

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
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4.7/5 based on 800+ reviews on the web
Grey Street lies within the heart of Newcastle's historic district of Grainger Town. Built by Richard Grainger, this famous street contains several points of interest. Forty percent of the buildings in the area are listed for their architectural and historical import, the majority of which hails from the 1830s. Visit the Theatre Royal and with its impressive facade, excellent for photos. A short walk away stands the Grainger Market for your fruit and vegetable needs, and don’t forget to stop by the diminutive Marks and Spencer stall. Make Grey Street part of your personalized Newcastle upon Tyne itinerary using our Newcastle upon Tyne travel itinerary maker.
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  • This is one of the most picturesque sites of the city. It is the main meeting point and is surrounded by stores, shopping malls, cafes and restaurants in the city. It has underground station which connects you to all places of Newcastle and Gateshead, including with the airport.
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  • Grey Street with the Grey Monument at the top is a wonderful street with very fine buildings. Take a look at the Grey Monument then walk down Grey Street and continue down onto Dean Street where at th...  read more »
  • Stayed for a weekend away for my friends birthday. Hotel was average , the room was too warm and the air conditioning didn't help this as it didn't seem to work and it was so noisy. The noise from gre...  read more »
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