St James' Park , Newcastle Upon Tyne
About St James' Park , Newcastle Upon Tyne
St James' Park , Newcastle Upon Tyne - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Barrack Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4ST, United Kingdom
Ticket Price: 15 GBP
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 11:30 am - 04:00 pm Details
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This all seater football stadium is one of the city’s landmarks. The cantilevered white roof is the largest in Europe, and can be seen from all across the city. They’ve used for international, Olympic and even Rugby matches. They’ve used it as film locations and for rock concerts. Try and visit during the game. If you can, during a match, take a moment to realise that football has been played her for more than a century. The best way to visit is by guided tour, when you’ll be able to access areas such as Home Dressing Room, Media Suite, and the Director's Box.
St James' Park Ticket Prices
- Ticket prices depend on the match.
- GBP 8 for kids tours.
St James' Park Opening and Closing Hours
- Opening times will usually depend on a match.
- Tours are at 11:30am, 12:30pm and 2:30pm. Tours last 90 minutes.
How To reach St James' Park by Public Transport
- It’s located close to the Newcastle Central Station.
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It was my first time here watching my favorite team live and the experience couldn't have been any more unforgettable. The atmosphere on match day is insane, and the layout of the stadium makes it easy to move around. The food options for half time are quite good and the official club store has a huge variety of items that you can buy. The stewards were very friendly and helpful and overall, it was one of the best experiences I've ever had in my life.
Great stadium that I had to see in the short time I was in Newcastle. It's normally a 90 minute tour but we asked for a shorter one which only took half an hour. It's really close to the center of the city so easy to walk to. With some great legends like Sir Bobby Robson and Alan Shearer it's a must see for the football fans.
Excellent venue. Looking forward to my next visit there which will be the rugby league magic weekend 2018. Friendly staff reasonable prices can't fault the place & surrounding areas.
We attended for the Rugby League Magic weekend, a great Stadium with good facilities. The Stadium is well sign posted and easy to get to on foot from the city. Lots to entertain you post match in the city and a great place to visit.
Great iconic stadium! However, the catering is very overpriced and not surprising to be honest, as i guess they know there is people willing to pay those prices. Electric atmosphere too! Only gripe is some parts look a little run down, and it could do with a bit of a deep clean. However, a great stadium, we should be so proud.
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