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Best things to do in Tynemouth

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Grocery or Supermarket
“Set in the old Victorian train station, the market takes place on both platforms. The station is still active but now serves the Metro with direct links to Newcastle city centre. Everything from art to vintage; great vinyl selections, street food, home baked goods, crafts.”
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Establishment
“Tynemouth Castle and Priory, maintained by English Heritage was once one of the largest fortified areas in England. Overlooking the North Sea and River Tyne, it dominates the headland. With its 2000-year history and beautiful views, it is the ​perfect location for family fun day out. ”
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Restaurant
“A great little place right on the beach, they cook everything on an open grill and a wood fired oven. Take layers as it's open to the elements and the North Sea breeze!”
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Establishment
“If you like live music in a relaxed setting the Surf cafe is a great option with different acts every week, if its sold out (which it often is!) or you don't fancy the walk down try Head of Steam or the Priory Pub for Live music every weekend.”
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Meal Takeaway
“Never disappointed with the food here. They have a take away section as well as a sit down restaurant. Fantastic food - not just your run of the mill fish and chips (though that's good too!)”
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Beach
“Great little beach with lots of pubs and restaurants. Must try Rileys fish shack if you go!”
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Park
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Convenience Store
“Well stocked local store open early and late for your essentials. If you prefer most major supermarkets deliver to this area including Waitrose, Tesco and Sainsburys.”
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Cafe
“Gorgeous setting. Good food and service - food served all day. Nice place to hang out. ”
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Restaurant
“Amazing decor and fantastic food give a unique Asian food experience and make it more than worthy of its AA rosette for culinary excellence”
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Lodging
“Happy memories at this beach so even though the area has become up market and busy during the past decade i still love the beach. Check out Tynemouth market on saturdays and sundays too! It's in the metro station so easy to get to from Gateshead Interchange or you can take the number 1 coaster from Durham Rd. If you like history then checkout Tynemouth Priory too :)”
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Establishment
“On the headland, a marvellous place to visit.... great for fotos............. and Tynemouth is a gem for little shops and restaurants”
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Cafe
“Head to Tynemouth beach on the local metro and enjoy the Saturday & Sunday markets as you arrive directly into the old station, lots of shops and food venues. Crusoes is right on the beach ”
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Bar
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Bar
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Park
“Tynemouth Park has a dinosaur themed mini golf course and has pedalo boats to hire on its boating lake. ”
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