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Delve into Newcastle United's history all the way back to the late 1800s by joining us on a tour of the iconic St James' Park. Accompanied by a tour guide you will visit areas of the ground reserved for players and officials only, including the Home...more
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We enjoyed the hospitality package at the Magpie Suite for game against Man Utd. It was great, delicious 3 course buffet style meal which I'm sure you could have as much as you wanted. The food was lovely and plenty choice. Even got a cheese...More
I've been a fan for forty years and finally got round to doing this! Very well thought out, and very informative. Everyone really enjoyed it and I recommend to any fan to get to some parts of the ground normally not accessible.
This is a great modern stadium within easy walking distance of the city centre (which is quite unique). Access within the ground is pretty good and if you are on the upper tier of the Gallowgate Stand you are treated to a magnificent view south...More
I have been to EPL games at Sunderland, Middlesbrough and now Newcastle. Although the largest stadium of the three, the St James' Park crowd was not very friendly and the place lacked pre-game activities. Maybe I was in the wrong place at the wrong time...More
The stadium is superb with good views from nearly every angle. It was a shame that the Toon lost to Wolves due to a couple of rotten refereeing decisions.
I would give the place 5 stars were it not for the half baked video screen...More
Which train station is the nearest to the ground and how far is the ground to the centre of the city?
August 03, 2009|
Central Station is the nearest - and unless you include Manors and it's twice a day trains - only train station. The ground itself is in the centre of Newcastle as anyone who has seen that architectural monstrosity can testify. The station itself is about 15 minutes walk from the ground
Camino de Santiago (St.James' Way)...camping around! (1 Replies)
Hi, I'm an Italian traveller willing to do the whole Camino de Santiago - French Way sleeping in my tent. Has anyone of you ever done it camping instead of sleeping in hostels?Do you have any info? I'd like to go in September. Cheers!
December 07, 2015|
St James' Park to Aneesa's restaurant - walk or taxi? (6 Replies)
We're going to watch a rugby match in St James' Park at 530 then were thinking of Aneesa's buffet restaurant after, probably at 8. Google maps shows it as about a 20 min walk but does anyone local know is that realistic? The map seems to take us across some busy roads and a roundabout. There will be 9 of us so we'd need 2-3 taxis and as it will probably be hectic after the rugby. I'd probably try to pre-book these. Anyone recommend a reliable taxi company if we decide to to that?
January 24, 2018|
Response fromHedley W|
20 minutes sounds about right, it's also downhill all the way. Couple of potentially busy roads but all can be crossed via crossings or underpass.