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Newcastle Airport

The A1 is the nearest major road to the airport. Whichever direction you are coming from, leave the A1 at the A696 and follow the signs to the airport. The airport has over 10,000 car spaces, and an award winning security system and CCTV. The long-stay car park has 24 hour courtesy coaches to the terminal building.

The Food Village is located in the departure lounge with a variety of outlets for hot and cold food. The Tax and Duty Free store is located in the departure lounge The shop is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

A department store with all the merchandise of a high street store is set in an area with the major high street chain shops. Also in the departure lounge is the Beauty Salon. Wheelchairs and specialist vehicles for easy access to the aircraft are provided upon request. All amenities are available for passengers with special needs.

About Newcastle

Newcastle has a fine architecture dating back to the 12th century including the Quayside and the Grainger Town area with classical buildings from the 1830's, and many are listed. The city's museums have national recognition.

Newcastle has a reputation for being a fun-loving city with over 300 pubs, restaurants and night clubs in a square mile. American tour companies regard this as being the eighth best party city in the world. Also a city for shopping where Eldon Square and Northumberland Street are both in the top ten retail centres nationally. The city's theatre culture has taken place in recent years, focused around the Theatre Royal on Grey Street.

Must See in Newcastle

The Life Science Centre is an interactive day out for all the family. A fascinating journey into our understanding of the human body.

Outside the centre there is an ice rink in the winter and inside the science of the sub-zero and how animals adapt in winter can be explored.

The Beamish Open Air Museum is a re-creation of life in the 19th and early 20th century. Take the children into a Victorian classroom for a real lesson or visit the pit and imagine the working life of coalminers.

There are houses and shops as they would have been with real life action. There is a an old fashioned tearoom and space outside in the 300 acre grounds for a picnic.

Dates for Your Diary

The Fish Quay Family Festival takes place in late May on the North Shields Fish Quay.

The Whitley Bay Jazz Festival is held in early July.

The Chinese Moon Festival is an event in mid-September.

The Royal Shakespeare Society Season is throughout November held in the Theatre Royal, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.