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Why not visit us with your friends and family. We are open Dec 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th from 10am to 5pm with last entry at 4.15pm. On New Year's Eve we are open from 10am to 2.30pm with last entry at 1.45pm.

Tickets are valid all day and you can dot in and out of the castle as you please. 

To help you, your friends and family celebrate your Christmas period we are offering 10% off admissions between 27th and 31st December. It's very simple. You need to pre-book online and use the discount code XMAS2019 on checkout.

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Crime Viral's Who Was Jack the Ripper? TALK (26th March)

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Crime Viral's Who Was Jack the Ripper?  TALK (26th March)

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In 1888, over a period of 3 months, a serial killer who became known as ‘Jack the Ripper’ murdered and horribly mutilated five women. This is one of the most notorious unsolved murder cases in history. 


During this 1-hour talk at Newcastle Castle, we will return to the streets of London’s East End and ask 'Who Was Jack The Ripper?' 


This talk will be led by Crime Viral's founder and serial killer expert Cheish Merryweather. Based on witness accounts, gory crime scene evidence, list of potential suspects and updated serial killer profiling techniques - this is an evening for anyone fascinated with the mystery. 


Doors are at 5.30pm 

Talk starts at 6pm

Duration: 1 hour 

The talk takes place in the Harbottle Suite of the Black Gate and will last one hour

Product Code03-26-20-TALK
Rating:18 - 18 years or over
Tickets available44

Open 7-days per week from 10am until 5pm, you can visit the family-friendly historic attraction, located in Newcastle city centre, to reveal the story of how Newcastle began, the reason the City got its name and to walk in the steps of the people who lived and died in the shadow of Newcastle Castle. Steeped in history this imposing Norman fortress, is a rugged reminder of Northern England's turbulent history.

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