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Quayside Market

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Tracy
Tracy
February 26, 2020
Newcastle Quayside Market has been part of North East culture for as long as anyone can remember. Taking place each week between 9AM and 4PM at Newcastle Quayside on a Sunday, the famous outdoor 'Quayside Sunday Market' features independent traders from all over the region selling handcrafted goods…
Kate
Kate
November 12, 2019
A lively outdoor Sunday market selling local foods & crafts. By the rive, lots of restaurants and cafes on both sides of the river with a lovely stroll over the Millenium bridge.
Carol
Carol
October 19, 2017
3 minute walk from the flat, great street food
Rick
Rick
August 23, 2017
If you are visiting over a weekend, you should check out the quayside market along Newcastle Quays. With lots of local suppliers offering gifts and food items, it really is a great place to be.
Lesley
Lesley
August 16, 2017
Every Sunday from 9-4pm the Quayside hosts a great market, with many local independent traders selling handcrafted goods and local produce in an unrivaled location.

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Localização
Newcastle upon Tyne, Tyne and Wear
Telefone0191 277 8000