The medieval All Saints Church was rebuilt in 1786-96 by local architect, David Stephenson and is well worth visiting. It has a spire which dominates the skyline, while inside there is much to catch the eye - the woodwork is solid mahogany, and the stained glass and brass plate are of great architectural merit. The church sits proudly on the high bank of the river and has views over the Quayside and the Tyne Bridge. It is open daily all year round but the opening hours do vary so check before traveling. Parking is available near by - at Broadchare and Quayside or City Road multi-storey.
Attractions & Landmarks, Religious