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Museum of Antiquities                                Newcastle-upon-Tyne                       www.ncl.ac.uk/antiquities
Interested in the archaeology of the north of England? The Museum of Antiquities has it all: The earliest prehistoric objects, superb Bronze Age displays, impressive Anglo Saxon sculpture and medieval jewellery.  It is the main museum for Hadrain's Wall with internationally famous artefacts and a reconstructed temple to Mithras. 
Admission is free.
Directions:  Located in the University campus we are 2 minutes walk from the Haymarket metro station.

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Shefton Museum                                Newcastle-upon-Tyne                          www.ncl.ac.uk/shefton-museum
The Shefton Museum has the most significant collection of archaeological material from the Greek world in the north of England.  On display are many fine examples of Greek painted pottery, from Athens and other Greek cities, as well as an impressive range of armour, other metal objects and sculpture.  Admission is free.
Directions:  Located in the University campus we are 2 minutes walk from the Haymarket metro station.
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UK Tourist Attractions 2012