The site of the present 55/57 Westgate Road has seen a wide range of occupants, and this stretch of Westgate Street was certainly occupied from the 15th Century.
55 Westgate Road, NE1 1SG
No wheelchair access.
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For Centuries Newcastle was valued as a Northern boundary outpost, first for the Roman Empire and later for the English Monarchy.
The two Empires intersected at the West Gate where the lines of the City Wall and Hadrian's Wall cross.
Newcastle Arts Centre is built on a Roman Milecastle, and Assembly House was once a Mansion House from where the King's appointee ruled Newcastle. In the 18th century it was decorated in a Roman style in homage to the Georgian Monarchy.
Find out more in a tour and talk 7pm & 9.45pm. Booking essential newcastle-arts-centre.co.uk
Open, free to explore 8pm – 9.30pm
Show Times: 7pm & 9.45pm