Milo Newcastle

Milo’s head office is based in our site on Killingworth, Tyne and Wear which is just north of Newcastle Upon Tyne. Our site is perfectly located near the A1 and A19, which allows us to get to locations such as Sunderland and Gateshead easily and efficiently.

 

About Newcastle

Famous for its nightlife and friendly Geordie accent, Newcastle is a vibrant city with a lot to offer. The city is well-known for its sporting life, with strong ties to football and the annual Great North Run which attracts large numbers of visitors into the area. Locals and visitors love to indulge in the heritage and creative aspects of the city, some top attractions include:

 

The Beamish Open Air Museum

The museum’s main principle is to preserve an example of everyday life in urban and rural North East England at the climax of industrialisation in the early 20th century. The museum has received a number of awards since it opened and is said to be an influential ‘living museum’.

 

The Theatre Royal

The Theatre Royal was granted its Royal licence by King George III, it opened on Drury Lane off Mosley Street in 1788 and soon established itself as one of England’s leading theatres! This is now a leading attraction in Newcastle with a truly artistic building structure.

 

The Hancock Museum

Learn all about Newcastle museum of natural history, archaeology, geology and world cultures and The Hancock Museum. The Great North Museum: Hancock was purpose built in Newcastle as a natural history museum in 1884 to house the growing collections of the Natural History Society of Northumbria.

 

BALTIC

Located on Newcastle’s Quayside, their mission is to create a greater understanding of the world of contemporary art, which has power,   and meaning for individuals and communities. The BALTIC is the UK’s largest dedicated contemporary arty institution.

 

Laing Art Gallery.

The Laing Art Gallery holds regular changing art exhibitions, which are a mixture of historical, modern and contemporary art. Perfect for family activities as well as just taking in the art individually.

 

Alongside all these attractions, Newcastle is home to 7 famous bridges:

  • Gateshead Millennium Bridge

  • Tyne Bridge

  • Swing Bridge

  • High-Level Bridge

  • Queen Elizabeth II – Metro Bridge

  • King Edward Bridge VII

  • Redheugh Bridge

 

About Milo Access Platforms

Here ta Milo Access Platforms, we supply high-quality new and used access platforms throughout the North East.  Call us on 0191 216 5320 for more information on any of our products.

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