City Sightseeing Newcastle Gateshead  

City Sightseeing Newcastle Gateshead

Discover all the great things to do and see in Newcastle Gateshead with City Sightseeing

Prices from $12.00 for adults and $6.00 for children

City Sightseeing Newcastle Gateshead Tour

- Includes 1 route(s)

Ticket Type:
24 Hours Unlimited Travel Ticket
Adults: $12.00
Children: $6.00
Students: $9.00
Seniors: $9.00
Family: $29.00

Your ticket is redeemable for 3 months from purchase. Child tickets on this tour are for ages 5 to 15 years. Senior tickets on this tour are for ages 60+. Students require a valid student ID. Family tickets on this tour are for up to a maximum of 2 adults and 3 children. Unlimited travel applies during tour operational hours. Click here for Advanced Booking Date options

Total: $12.00

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Contact Tel:
+44 (0) 1912 288900

Stop 1 - Bewick Street

60 mins

60 minutes (20 March - 28 May)
30 minutes (29 May - 22 Oct)
60 minutes (23 Oct - 10 Dec)

From 10.30

Operates Daily from 20 March to 22 October 2016

Operates Weekends Only from 23 October to 10 December 2016

No service on 13th September 2015 (Great North Run)

24 hours

Pre-recorded English

Discover Newcastle Gateshead on an open top double-decker bus tour of the city

Take a journey around the city and enjoy the view from the top of an open top double-decker bus. Take a full tour round or hop off at conveniently located stops at your leisure with your 24 hour ticket. Hop off at the Centre for Life to experience the largest planetarium in the North! This award-winning science centre full of exciting exhibitions, activities and events for all ages. Learn all about life on Tyneside, from the region's shipbuilding heritage to inventions which changed the world, at the Discovery Museum. Visit Blackfriars Monastery, a restored 13th-century friary. Only the cloister buildings remain, which now house a range of craft workshops, a restaurant and an exhibition portraying the history of Blackfriars. Hop off at St Mary’s Cathedral, a gothic revival church built in 1844 designed by Augustus Welby Pugin, who worked on the Houses of Parliament. Admire the architecture, the many stained glass windows and the building’s five pipe organs. Discover the spellbinding history of Newcastle’s Castle Keep and Black Gate, built by Henry II in the twelfth century. The Grade 1 listed building is a heritage visitor attraction open to all.

Explore a city steeped in history

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