Dog-Friendly Things to Do in Newcastle Gateshead

Dog-Friendly Things To Do in Newcastle and Gateshead

As a region of dog lovers, there’s no reason to leave your furry friend at home when visiting NewcastleGateshead. A ‘tail’ of two cities, there are unique dog walking opportunities to discover in both Newcastle and Gateshead. You’ll find riverside trails and beautiful beaches within easy reach, meaning that exercising your dog is a real ‘walk in the park’. You’ll find many of NewcastleGateshead’s top attractions offering dog friendly things to do, including modern attractions and historic sights. Take a step back in time with a dog friendly thing to do with a difference by visiting Beamish, just a short drive from NewcastleGateshead. The world-famous open-air museum tells the story of north east England during 1820s, 1900s and 1940s, and welcomes dogs on a lead to their outdoor spaces.

Arbeia Roman Fort and Museum, a World Heritage Site and Roman fort situated in South Shields allows well behaved dogs to pay a visit to its fort site making for an interesting day out. Or why not take your pooch to the world’s oldest railway, Tanfield Railway, where dogs are permitted to travel on the historic trains as long as they aren’t sitting on train seats.

If you’d like your pet to make some new doggy friends, then Tyne Bank Brewery’s monthly dog social ‘Barley & Me’ could be a date for your diary. With stalls, free treats and toys for your furry friend, and an extensive range of award-winning ales for owners, it’s the ultimate pet-working event

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  1. Add Blackfriars Restaurant and Parlour Bar to your Itinerary

    Blackfriars Restaurant and Parlour Bar

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Visit the oldest purpose built restaurant in the UK!  Blackfriars Restaurant and Parlour Bar is an award-winning restaurant and heritage site located in a 13th century Friary, once inhabited by the ‘Black Friars’ of Newcastle.

    Enjoy lunch or…

  2. Add Blackfriars Restaurant and Banquet Hall to your Itinerary

    Blackfriars Restaurant and Banquet Hall

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Blackfriars, the oldest dining room in the UK, has a gutsy modern-British menu created using seasonal produce sourced from local artisan suppliers and farmers, as well as their own herb garden!

  3. Add Storytime For Dogs at Seven Stories to your Itinerary

    Storytime For Dogs at Seven Stories

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    A pawesome opportunity to bring a four-legged friend along for a tail-waggingly terrific story time at Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children's Books.

    If you hate leaving your dog at home while the rest of the family visit Seven…

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  4. Add STACK Newcastle to your Itinerary

    STACK Newcastle

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    STACK is a creative social hub for entertainment, culture, work and play. A destination concept in the heart of Newcastle city centre. 

  5. Add The Redhouse to your Itinerary

    The Redhouse

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    Redhouse traditional pie, mash and ale house is a welcome refuge from the hustle and bustle of the daily grind.

    Nestled away on Newcastle's Quayside, our Grade II listed building provides an idyllic view of the Tyne Bridge for you to enjoy whilst…

  6. Add The Cumberland Arms to your Itinerary

    The Cumberland Arms

    Ouseburn

    The Cumberland Arms is a traditional pub which is popular for its live music and open mic nights, where you can listen to story telling, comedy acts and poetry. The Cumberland Arms is also known for its real ales.

  7. The Bridge Tavern

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    The Bridge Tavern is situated betwixt and between the stanchions of NewcastleGateshead's famous Tyne Bridge.

  8. Add The North East Dog Festival at Kirkley Hall to your Itinerary

    The North East Dog Festival at Kirkley Hall

    Ponteland

    Unlike anything else in the North East; organised by dog people – for dog people. Expect a jam packed day of attractions, shows and much more! 

    - Have-A-Go Activities -  * Hoopers * Agility * Flyball * Canicross * Fastest Recall  * Temptation…

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    Price £10.00 Per person per day
  9. Add Derwent Walk to your Itinerary

    Derwent Walk

    Newcastle upon Tyne

    A walk along a former railway line in the Derwent Valley from Swalwell, Gateshead to Lydgetts Junction, Consett. Between Shotley Bridge and the Tyne, the walk takes in the Derwent Walk Country Park, which passes through the most scenic part of the ro

  10. Add Cani-hike to your Itinerary

    Cani-hike

    Blaydon-on-Tyne

    Power walking with your dog in harness

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    Price £6.50 Per Ticket Type

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