Visit Tynemouth

Tynemouth is a coastal town, 8 miles east of Newcastle Upon Tyne (Easily accessible via both Metro and Train links). It was listed in the 2018 Sunday Times report on Best Places to Live in Northern England. There are a number of reasons to make a visit to the local area:

 
 

‘ECO ALLEY’

Come down and visit our ‘Eco Alley’. Try some amazing Vegan food at ‘Square Roots’ and think about reducing your carbon emissions with ‘Ride Electrics’. Head along to ‘Sweet Reminisce’ for a paper bag of traditional sweets. While you are here, head to the Tynemouth Barbers too!


TYNEMOUTH MARKET

Come and enjoy the atmosphere of the famous market located in Tynemouth station, having been restored to its remarkable Victorian glory. With over 150 stalls every Saturday & Sunday

“More than just a market… We’re a good day out!”

info@tynemouthmarket.com


History

The Tynemouth Priory and Castle date back centuries, as the burial site for the Saints of the ancient kingdom of Northumbria. Nearby sits the monument to Lord Collingwood, a famous hero from the Battle of Trafalgar (1805).


The SEA

The area is proud of its maritime history. With a museum dedicated to the Tynemouth Volunteer Life Brigade, being the first of its kind in the world. If you can brave the cold of the North Sea, the waves are perfect for surfing and other water activities.


Breath Taking Walks

It is hard not to be impressed following a walk along the sea front. According to Trip Adviser the local Long Sands Beach is ranked as one of the best in the entire North East. The Tynemouth Pier is a grade II listed building, extending 900m out into the North Sea and provides fantastic views up the mouth of the river.


TYNEMOUTH FRONT STREET

There are many lovely shops to visit in Tynemouth! Take a stroll down and see what there is on offer!