One of Newcastle's historic parks
Armstrong Park was gifted to the people of Newcastle by Lord Armstrong in 1883. Made up of mature woodland, steep valleys and grassland areas, you will discover many historic features hidden within the park.
Did you know...?
The Shoe Tree in Armstrong Park has been a popular landmark for generations of Newcastle students celebrating the end of their exams.
Plan a day out
Heaton Road / Heaton Park Road
There are pathways throughout the park that are suitable for prams or wheelchairs.
Discover the historic features of the park or enjoy a game of tennis or basketball with friends
The play areas and open spaces are great fun for burning off some energy
The nearest car parking is at Heaton Park, Jesmond Dene or the eastern end of Armstrong Bridge
Pack a picnic or grab a bite to eat at nearby Jesmond Dene or Heaton Park
There are no toilets within the park. The nearest toilets are in Jesmond Dene Visitor Centre or Heaton Park Pavilion
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