Teach in Sunderland
Sunderland is a city in the North East of England. There is plenty to see and do, from beautiful beaches and countryside, to theatres, museums and galleries. Many of the city’s attractions are free and all offer a fun-filled day out.
Sunderland is a welcoming, bustling city set right on the coast, at the mouth of the River Wear. It boats wide, sandy beaches and acres of relaxing and invigorating green spaces,
Culturally speaking, Sunderland’s Empire Theatre, National Glass Centre and Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art are worth a visit, while its underground music scene is considered one of the most vibrant in the UK. This proud city by the sea also has a fascinating history, outstanding sporting attractions, and a family-friendly programme of events and festivals. The Sunderland Empire Theatre is the largest theatre in the North-East, re-opening in December 2004 after a major redevelopment that enables it to now stage travelling West End shows.
Sunderland’s award-winning outdoor spaces offer lots to see and do. Stunning coastal scenery is a perfect backdrop for coastal walks and hikes. With acres of green space, excellent parks and nature reserves, it’s out and about in the great outdoors where Sunderland really comes into its own.
Top Ten Things to do in Sunderland