Newcastle Pub Crawl

Newcastle is a major harbour town located in northern England. The city is renowned for its picturesque quayside, which is a beautiful area perfect for a stroll.

You'll be amazed by the multitude of bridges that adorn the landscape, ranging from the modern Gateshead Millennium Bridge to the historic and sturdy Tyne Bridge, which is featured in the photo.

In recent years, Newcastle has undergone significant renovations, which makes it the pearl of the north in our opinion.

Additionally, Newcastle is renowned for its vibrant nightlife, boasting numerous fantastic bars throughout the city. One notable area is the Bigg Market, which serves as the start and final destination of this pub crawl.

We hope that you enjoy the pub crawl and let us know what you think via our social media channels.

The pubs


The Old George Inn

To reach The Old George Inn, you'll pass through a small alley that opens up to a stunning exterior. Its bright white walls proudly display the pub's name above the entrance, and you'll notice a spacious beer garden that beckons you to relax and enjoy the outdoors. With its historical roots as a 16th-century coaching inn, The Old George Inn is a great place to drink a few beers.

The Wobbly Duck

This pub is one of the strangest on your pub crawl, as it's small and tucked underground, but bursting with character. It's known for its exceptional selection of beers that can't be found anywhere else, and the place even offers its own merchandise.

The Hotspur

Just by looking at the outside, you can tell this pub is a classic English joint. And once you're inside, it won't disappoint. The bar is great, and the place has a clean and inviting vibe. With a fantastic selection of beers and live sports to watch, this pub offers a genuine traditional English pub experience that's sure to please.

The Strawberry

At this pub, you'll quickly realize that football is a major part of Newcastle's culture. The place is adorned with decorations that pay homage to the local football club, Newcastle United. In fact, just across the street, you'll spot St. James' Park stadium. But the most amusing part of this pub? The toilet, which is designed to look like a strawberry!

The Beehive

This pub is all about tradition, with good music and a fantastic atmosphere. It is an homage to English pub culture. There's not much more to say, really. It's the perfect spot to grab a pint, have a chat, and soak in the ambiance.

Passing clouds/The Points/Filthy's

You might think: "why does this bar have multiple names?" Well, that is because it consists of three pubs in one. If you're not feeling the vibe in one bar, you can simply move to another. We put this pub (or pubs) last, because it's known for hosting the biggest party in town. On weekends, you can expect live music in every bar, creating a vibrant and energetic atmosphere!