Travelling by train to the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art is super-simple. The nearest railway station to the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art is Manors, which is served by Northern services throughout the day. It's 12 minutes to the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art on foot. Once you exit the station, turn left onto Trafalgar Street, then turn right onto Argyle Street. Turn right again onto Melbourne Street, then turn left to stay on Pandon Bank. After a couple of minutes, turn left onto City Road/Pilgrim Street and continue onto Milk Market, and then onto Quayside. Turn right onto Gateshead Millenium Bridge and take the stairs. Finally, turn left onto S Shore Road.
The BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art is full of wonders for all to enjoy. You'll find it jam-packed with a fascinating collection and intriguing displays, suitable for all ages.
Visit the BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art website for opening information.
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