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AMF Bowling - Tyne & Wear - more info »

The Galleries, Washington, , NE38 7SB
Tenpin bowling, electrical amusements area and bar.


Arts Centre - more info »

Biddick Lane Fatfield, District 7, Washington, , NE38 8AB
Housed in traditional 19thC farm buildings, the Arts Centre houses a varied programme of arts including music, dance, theatre, arts and crafts and exhibitions.


North East Aircraft Museum - more info »

Old Washington Road, Sunderland, , SR5 3HZ
A collection of aircraft and aero engines. Museum buildings with World War II exhibits. Vulcan bomber and over 30 aircraft under cover.


Washington Leisure Centre - more info »

Town Centre, Washington, , NE38 7
Swimming Pool with Aqua Slide, Sports Halls, Squash Courts, Sauna and Steam Room, Tumble Tank Softplay and Fitness Suite


Washington Old Hall (English Heritage) - more info »

The Avenue District 4, Washington, , NE38 7LE
From 1183 to 1399 the home of George Washington's direct ancestors, remaining in the family until 1613. The manor, from which the family took its name, was restored in 1936.


WWT Washington Wetland Centre - more info »

Pattinson, Washington, , NE38 8LE
Award-winning wildlife reserve with rare waterbirds, Asian short-clawed otters, Eurasian cranes and Chilean flamingos. Open 364 days. Special events, family activities, cafe, gift shop, play area.


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AMF Bowling - Tyne & Wear
The Galleries
Washington

NE38 7SB
(0191) 415 5111
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Arts Centre
Biddick Lane Fatfield, District 7
Washington

NE38 8AB
(0191) 219 3455
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North East Aircraft Museum
Old Washington Road
Sunderland

SR5 3HZ
(0191) 519 0662
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Washington Leisure Centre
Town Centre
Washington

NE38 7
0191 219 3400
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Washington Old Hall (English Heritage)
The Avenue District 4
Washington

NE38 7LE
0191 269 1200
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WWT Washington Wetland Centre
Pattinson
Washington

NE38 8LE
(0191) 416 5454


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