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A lovely park with a mixture of open spaces, wooded areas and some more formal areas. Kids play park recently refurbished and great. The boarder in front of the pavilion looks wonderful at this time of year. Great place to walk and nature and
Plenty on offer in Heaton Park! We recently had a walk through Jesmond Dene, Heaton Park, Ouseburn Park and onwards towards the Quayside and skirted through this particular park.
There’s plenty of room for picnics or a BBQ and lots of natural beauty too.
Visited Heaton Park to go to Sambucas and have a wander around the park. The park has lots of seats if you want to sit and relax and there are a lot of grass areas which are perfect for picnics. Parking is free at the...More
Heaton Park is one of Newcastle’s Victorian parks alongside the Ouseburn. You can enjoy a stroll, picnic, or even a coffee from the coffee van, or a meal at Sambucca in the old Pavilion in the Park. It’s very busy on sunny weekends. I just...More
sambucca pizzaria in old heaton park ( just off heaton road) part of the sambucca chai of pizza establishments this one is situated in what was once the bowls club building. . small and friendly ( seats about 60 people) . the staff are so...More
heaton park is stunning ! grew up for a while in newcastle ,my daughter has recently moved up here for uni and i also have family so we took a short 3 days stay , had to take my little girl to the park and...More
I used to visit Heaton Park whilst I was a student in Newcastle. Heaton is in the suburbs of the city and would not normally attract tourists. However, the park itself is worth a visit as it is peaceful
and very calming. I visited recently...More
Heaton park is a great place to go on a sunny day. It's great for children and dogs. There's a sambucas which is cheap and a little food van which does great coffee and ice cream. You can wonder up to the shoe tree and...More