Bus Travel in Tynemouth

Get a taste of the past and present in Tynemouth

Tynemouth has origins dating back to the 7th century when a monastery was built on the outskirts of the modern town. Highlights include Tynemouth Castle, said to be the resting place of some of England's earliest kings, Northumberland Park, with its abundant herb garden and woodland trails, and the Blue Reef Aquarium, a perfect place to take the kids. Head to 'the village' for food and drink after a long day of exploring. 

Our regular bus route, which connects Tynemouth with Newcastle, is ideal when planning a day out in the area. Why not leave the car at home and let someone else do the driving instead?

Coronavirus update

Following the local lockdown in Tynemouth, our services remain unchanged. You must wear a face covering whilst travelling on board our buses. Unless you are exempt, you could be fined a minimum of £100 by the police or refused travel if you don't. Please follow social distancing guidance on board the bus. For further information, please visit our Coronavirus page here or the Gov.uk safer travel page here.

Bus services in Tynemouth

Zone maps

Take a look at our zone maps showing bus routes and ticket zone boundaries:

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