HOW TO GET HERE
Travelling to Metrocentre could not be easier
How do I get to the Metrocentre?
Travelling to Metrocentre is easy with almost 10,000 free car parking spaces, a bus depot, a train station and a coach park, which can accommodate up to 350 coaches.
Situated just off the A1, Metrocentre is easily accessible for drivers and a popular choice because all parking in our main car parks is free of charge. Please note there is a 4 hour maximum stay at MetrOasis and Metro Retail Park.
Shoppers visiting Metrocentre in the evening who wish to take advantage of leisure facilities and restaurants should park in either the yellow or blue car parks, as the cinema and food court exit into these car parks.
From the South:
Travel along the A1(M) northbound.
From the A1 Washington Services (Birtley) keep to left at junction 65 and continue on A1 (signs for A1 Gateshead, Newcastle).
Continue on A1 (Gateshead / Newcastle Western Bypass) for approx 6 miles.
Exit left (signs for Metrocentre) and turn right onto Hollinside Road.
Continue through traffic lights towards Metrocentre.
From the North:
Join the A1 southbound towards Newcastle and Gateshead (signs for The South A1M, Gateshead).
Continue on A1 until you see exit sign for Metrocentre.
Over 100 buses an hour arrive at Metrocentre’s Public Transport Interchange from across the North East. Operators include Nexus, Go North East, Stagecoach and Arriva.
The CentreLink Service X66 operates from Gateshead Metro Interchange every 7 – 8 minutes during the day, every 10 minutes weekday evenings and every 15 minutes weekend evenings.
There is also a Metrocentre circular bus service, which calls at all four mall entrances, also calling at the nearby Metro Retail Park, Gala Bingo, Asda and Ikea.
The Metro system is a short bus ride away from both Newcastle and Gateshead centres via Monument, Central and Gateshead Metro stations. A transfare ticket on the Metro system will allow transfer to any bus to complete your journey to Metrocentre.
Metrocentre is on the national rail network and has its own train station. It takes just 7 minutes by train from Newcastle Central Station with trains during the day every 15 minutes, less frequently during evenings and on Sundays. Frequent services are available from Newcastle, Sunderland, Teesside, County Durham and stations along the Tyne Valley Line to Carlisle.