... on NewcastleGateshead Quayside
No trip to NewcastleGateshead is complete without taking in the iconic views of the picturesque Quayside, where there are endless dog-friendly activities to enjoy at this stunning riverside location. You might not be lucky enough to see witness fog on the Tyne, but here, you’ll most certainly see a dog on the Tyne!
Why not start your dog-friendly visit to NewcastleGateshead’s Quayside with a stroll across the Gateshead Millennium Bridge, the world’s first tilting bridge which links Newcastle to Gateshead, before stopping off for a cool, craft beer at By The River Brew Co.
Sundays on the Quayside mean one thing, the famous ‘Quayside Sunday Market’ featuring independent traders from all over the region, who sell handcrafted goods, local products and mouth-watering street food. Don’t miss canine confectionery stand, No Bones, who are often at the market serving up tasty treats your fur babies will love.
The Red House is a must-visit on Newcastle’s Quayside, welcoming pie and ale lovers, along with well-behaved pooches. Venture a little further along the river with a walk to Newcastle’s vibrant Ouseburn where you will discover The Ship Inn, one of the first and oldest pubs in Newcastle – you’ll find dogs are made to feel as welcome as you are.
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