Holy Jesus Hospital

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An extraordinary mix of architecture from over seven centuries of Newcastle upon Tyne's history. Holy Jesus Hospital Almshouse is one of only two surviving 17th-century brick buildings in Newcastle upon Tyne. The site holds remains of a 14th-century church wall and window from an Augustinian friary. It is the base for the National Trust's Inner City Project which began in 1987 in the east end of Newcastle upon Tyne

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Close to Tyne Bridge and A167

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Opening times (3 February - 2 July):
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Opening times (6 July - 28 August):
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Opening times (1 September - 10 December):
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Opening times (12 January - 28 January):
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Address: Holy Jesus Hospital, City Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 2AS, UK
Phone: +44 191 255 7610
Email: innercityproject@nationaltrust.org.uk
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