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The Weather in Jesmond
This is the climate diagram for Jesmond. July is the warmest month in Jesmond, with average daily maximum temperatures of 19°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 2° in January. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is September.
Discover Britain's Roman heritage from a Jesmond holiday letting
Jesmond apartments offer you myriad exciting experiences near England's northernmost city. A clutch of dynamic museums that children will love is joined by spectacular natural landscapes and the ancient city of Newcastle-Upon-Tyne's historic treasures.
The Life Science Centre's temporary exhibitions present the world of science in an interactive and engaging manner, letting visitors learn by doing. Ride a thrilling 4D rollercoaster and visit the largest planetarium in the north of England.
Among its natural science, world culture, archaeology, and geology galleries, there's so much to discover at the Great North Museum. Don't miss the Living Planet exhibit, which lets you get up close to the world's weirdest creatures via interactive touch screens.
Learn about newscasting in Newcastle
The excitement is electric at the Discovery Museum, where budding scientists get the chance to explore an interactive Science Maze full of fun and educational games. Take a journey through Roman history, and see the Turbinia, once the world's fastest steam-powered ship. Meanwhile, on the BBC Newcastle Tour, you can experience life behind the scenes at the UK's national news provider.
Play on croquet lawns, at the skate park, and on the boating lake at Exhibition Park. Should the weather be adverse, the Military Museum here is fascinating, and you can also enjoy delicious meals at the onsite restaurant.
Tours and trotting
Why not come and enjoy some equestrian adventures at Stepney Bank Stables? Your expert coaches will pitch both indoor and outdoor riding to your experience and confidence level, making sure that you build your skills and have fun simultaneously. You'll also learn how to feed and care for the horses.
Dating back to Roman times, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne is England's northernmost city. Explore its many historic treasures with Curious About Newcastle tours. Two different walks encompass sights such as the friary, two resplendent cathedrals, a castle, and miles of ancient Roman walls.
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