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Reviews of days out and attractions in North East England

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From fascinating cities juxtaposing modern and historic attractions – most notably Leeds, York and Newcastle – to wild windswept beaches, traditional seaside attractions, low-key countryside attractions and castles and Roman ruins galore, Northeast England's highlights have been well covered by our family travel writers to help you make the most of family holidays, breaks and days out there.

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