We're here to help you plan your busy and safe summer getting out and about around NewcastleGateshead! 

To help you navigate the changes to new guidelines and opportunities following the relaxing of UK lockdown restrictions, we are continually updating our website to give you all the practical information about visiting NewcastleGateshead safely.

You can find useful information on when you need to wear a face mask in NewcastleGateshead, how to travel safely around NewcastleGateshead and details of which of your favourite businesses, shops, hotels, restaurants and attractions have reopened. 

Discover how and when you can enjoy a day out in NewcastleGateshead with helpful tips on which indoor attractions, restaurants, pubs and cinemas have reopened, as well as how you can plan ahead to ensure you have the most enjoyable and safe experience at these venues. 

Visitors to Newcastle city centre will notice a one-way pedestrian system to help anyone walking along the pavements to maintain their distance. Helpful City Hosts will be on hand to support shoppers navigate the new, safety measures in Newcastle city centre. 

Please remember to stay safe, respect others from outside your household by maintaining a safe distance and regularly washing your hands or using sanitisers when you enter or leave a new building. 

Were Good To Go Look out for the We're Good to Go green tick!

Who's Good to Go?

We're Good to Go!  is a new UK-wide industry standard and consumer kite mark that has been launched to provide visitors with confidence that the attractions, restaurants and venues they wish to visit are taking every step to provide a safe and enjoyable experience - meeting the required standards laid out by government and public health guidance.

You will notice a green mark on more and more listings on our website to demonstrate that attractions, venues and restaurants can proudly state ‘We’re Good To Go’. From bars and restaurants to accommodation and attractions - more and more businesses are being accredited with the new tourism kite mark by national tourism organisation, Visit Britain.

There are some helpful bullet points on each Good to Go listing too, outlining what to expect when you arrive at the venue and how they are adapting to provide a safe visit. There is also plenty of information about what you need to know before you go to your chosen venue so that you can feel confident about your day out in NewcastleGateshead. This might include pre-booking tickets or arriving at a certain time and there may be certain requirements that are specific to each venue.

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