Maps of the Campus and City

Access maps of the campus and city to help you find your way around.

You can download and print our PDF campus maps or find us on Google Maps.

NewcastleGateshead maps and guides 

Walking map (PDF: 2.1 MB)

Pocket walking Guide (PDF: 9 MB)

Getting Here

It is quick and easy to get to Newcastle, whether you’re travelling by car, train, air or sea. With an international airport, fast and frequent rail connections, an international ferry terminal and a number of major road routes, the North East is probably closer than you think. Once you arrive, visitors will be surprised at how simple it is to get around Newcastle and Gateshead. Choose from an array of public transport options including an efficient Metro network and wealth of bus services or peruse our handy maps and guides to enjoy NewcastleGateshead on foot.

More details on travel are available here.

  • Newcastle International Airport is served by many airlines & over 80 destinations. Including 6 daily flights from London, 4 flights from Amsterdam, 3 flights from Dublin, 4 flights from Paris, one daily flight from Dubai & Dusseldorf, 2 flights from brussels. Situated 15 minutes from the city centre by taxi or 23 minutes by direct metro (route form the airport is one of the fastest in Europe)
  • Central Train Station is in the heart of the city & within easy walking distance of hotels. The station is served by Virgin Trains East Coast, CrossCountry & First Transpennine. Up to 40 trains per day from London (journey less than 3 hours), 3 hours from Birmingham, 2h 25 mins from Manchester, 1h 25mins from Edinburgh – the station is a central hub of our transport infrastructure & extremely well connected.
  • Road: The A1(M) passes through the region, linking the area to London, the South, Scotland and major routes across the country. The A69 links Carlisle, the Lake District and via M6 to the south and west of England. Central car parks are situated a short distance from all routes.

Getting Around  – with a compact city centre & range of travel options you won’t be wasting time or money getting around.

  • Metro: Connects all the key points in the region and calls at central station for links to national rail. Series link to the airport and coast.
  • Quaylink Buses: Offer a high- frequency, accessible and easy to use service and best way to get around central NewcastleGateshead. Routes connect the train station to Sage Gateshead and Haymarket to Newcastle Quayside.
  • Walking & Cycling: The compact city centre is easy to navigate on foot or bike, whilst taking in the sights on the way.

Text provided by NewcastleGateshead Convention bureau