Image of Newcastle United sign outside of the St James' Park stadium with statue of Sir Bobby Robson in the foreground

Discover the city behind the team in new We are Newcastle United TV series

Come and discover the city behind the new Amazon Prime fly on the wall docu-series charting Newcastle United’s rise to the top last season. 

We are Newcastle United is a four-part series, giving viewers behind the scenes access to the decisions and drama which led to the team’s successful season and first cup final in 24 years. 

So, if you want to come and explore the city that gave the team it’s name we have a few ideas for your next break. 

Stadium Tours at St James’ Park : 

Explore the “Cathedral on the Hill” that is St James’ Park and get a sneak peak inside the dressing rooms featured in the series. Or choose a rooftop tour and grab some views of the hallowed ground and city beyond.   

Whey Ale  Man Beer Tasting Tour : 

Enjoy tasting some of the region’s best craft beers in the stunning surroundings of a 13th medieval priory. The Whey Ale Man tour takes place at Blackfriars and includes some tasty snacks to soak up the beer. 

Visit NewCastle : 

Where better to start your tour of the city than to the place that gave the city its name – Newcastle Castle. From a Royal fortress to a grim dungeon visitors can experience what life would have been in the past in these astonishingly preserved medieval buildings. Combine your visit with the Geordie Beer Off event. 

where several breweries will go head-to-head in a friendly competition, showcasing their best beers for you to taste, rate, and enjoy at Newcastle Castle. 

Immerse yourself in the castle’s rich history with an exclusive tour that delves into its fascinating past. While you explore, indulge in a refreshing beer on the rooftop, taking in the breath-taking sunset over the Tyne. – Tickets from £12 

Posh Parks Cycling Tour:   

As well as showing you all the highlights of the Toon, this cycling tour will take you off the beaten track: explore some of the amazing green spaces like Jesmond Dene Park, a billionaire’s private garden dream turned public recreation space. 

To find out more about these or other ways to enjoy a city break to Newcastle go to