36 Lime Street
Shetland ponies, sheep, goats, pigs, chickens and agricultural crops are the last thing you'd expect to find in Newcastle, but you can...
Seven Stories – The Centre for Children's Books
A marvellous conversion of a handsome Victorian mill has resulted in Seven Stories, a very hands-on museum dedicated to the wondrous...
No prizes for guessing what this commercial art gallery used to be. These days, it's the UK's biggest contemporary art shop, where you...
Head of Steam @ The Cluny
Based at the artist cooperative 36 Lime St, touring acts and local talent – from experimental prog-rock heads to up-and-coming pop...
Brasserie Black Door
Less a gallery restaurant and more a restaurant in a gallery, the Black Door serves up excellent modern English fare – which generally...
Ouseburn Warehouse, 36 Lime St · interesting places nearby
36 Lime Street information
The artistic, independent spirit of Ouseburn is particularly well represented in this artists cooperative, the largest of its kind in the northeast, featuring an interesting mix of artists, performers, designers and musicians. They all share a historic building designed by Newcastle's most important architect, John Dobson (1787–1865), who also designed Grey St and Central Station in the neoclassical style. As it's a working studio you can't just wander in, but there are regular exhibitions and open days; check the website for details.