Group Walking Day Tours in NewcastleFrom £440.00
Why We Love It
- See the dynamic city of Newcastle
- Explore the Norman Castle
- Great fun, comprehensive walking tour
This full day group walking tour in Newcastle, shows you Newcastle from its earliest times through to the modern-day and includes entry to Newcastle castle and the Cathedral Church of St. Nicholas and areas where the industrial revolution occurred which have shaped much of Newcastle. This tour is a great way to immerse yourself into the history and the sights of Newcastle, whilst discovering how the city has changed the world.
Newcastle Upon Tyne is the regional capital of the North East of England, city of world-changing inventions, fantastic people and rich history, along with fantastic food for you to enjoy!. The city started as a Roman Fort, growing to become one of the major cities of the industrial revolution.
This full day walking tour around Newcastle includes:
- Full day Walking Tour in Newcastle
- Professional personal guided tour of Newcastle’s Castle and the cities key sites, bridges, and quayside
- 9 am start
- Lunch in one of the following restaurants – The Broad Chare, Blackfriars or Dobson and Parnell
Additional Bolt on’s for groups: Medieval Banquet or Harry Potter theme at Blackfriar’s restaurant (organised and payable locally)
Iles Tours know that the best trips live on in the memories that stay with you. That’s why they don’t do ordinary walking tours. Instead, you are taken on a journey into the fascinating stories that have shaped England’s unique history, people and culture for over 2,000 years – and are still unfolding today. You’ll have fun, learn new things and come away with a great story to tell. With walking tours across Newcastle, Durham, Northumberland and Tyneside, Iles Tours show you the North East England as you’ve never seen it before!
You will be be guided through this walk of Newcastle showing you the key sites of the city over three hours. Newcastle’s Castle dates from 1080, built by one of the sons of William the Conqueror, the castle has defended against Scottish attacks including a failed assault by William Wallace! St. Nicholas Cathedral church is first mentioned in 1092 and developed as the primary parish in Newcastle.
- Pre-booking is always required for this experience
- A mobile/cell phone for all customers is required to contact you on the day of your tour. This will ensure you can be kept up to date of changes to meeting point or other information prior to your tour.
- Please contact the vendor about any disabilities your group may have.
- Meet at Grey’s Monument on the Day of the Tour.
- Your guide will contact you with a text message prior to the tour to confirm your attendance
Address: Grey's Monument, 150 Grainger St, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 5AF