Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England

About the Port

An unban city with an unexpected mix of culture, sophistication and heritage, Newcatle-upon-Tyne offers a range of great new galleries, restaurants and bars. With more theatres per person than anywhere else in the UK, Newcastle has a wide range of arts and cultural attractions for visitors to enjoy, from the Theatre Royal – regional home to the Royal Shakespeare Company – to the famous Angel of the North.

Heritage is at the centre of Newcastle, with sites such as Castle Keep in the city centre – one of the country’s finest examples of a Northern Keep – and Hadrian’s Wall.

Destinations within Driving Distance

Visit one of the easily accessible destinations within an hour of Newcastle-upon-Tyne by rail, coach or car. Nearby Gateshead regularly hosts international athletics talent at Gateshead International Stadium. Home to the UK’s largest water park, visitors who love action will find climbing walls, a dry ski slope and surfing school here as well. 

  • Gateshead (7–15 minutes by car or train)

General info

0191 257 1373
Albert Edward Dock Coble Dene North Shields Tyne and Wear NE29 6DU