GETTING HERE

Northern Lights is at Leazes Park, situated in the centre of Newcastle. Please enter the park from Barrack Road using the southern entrance, opposite Stanhope Street and The Black and White Bull pub.

Please note this is the opposite side of the park to the Royal Victoria Infirmary.

The nearest postcode of the event is: NE4 6BB  

DROPOFF POINTS FOR DISABLED AND REDUCED MOBILITY VISITORS

The closest dropoff locations to our entrance are listed below. The use of the below locations are subject to availability and at your own risk, as they are not within the footprint of the event. Please note these are locations for dropping off – for car parking, see our recommended locations below. 

Esso Garage (21 Barrack Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 6BA)

If you are dropped off at this location, use the pedestrian crossings to cross Barrack Road, then use the path entrance into the park, which is directly opposite the crossing. There is a gentle slope up towards the entrance to Northern Lights. 

Wellington Street (NE4 5TA) 

The closest residential street is Wellington Street, behind the Esso Garage. If you are dropped off on Wellington street, Barrack road can be accessed by turning right via the end of the street. Use the pedestrian crossings to cross Barrack Road, then use the path entrance into the park, which is directly opposite the crossing. There is a gentle slope up towards the entrance to Northern Lights. 

St James Park Stadium Car Park (Barrack Rd, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 4SE)

Please note: we do not recommend using this dropoff point on match days. 

Visitors can be dropped off, subject to availability, inside the St James Car Park by travelling directly to the car park which is accessed via Robson Wy on Barrack Road, After being dropped off at this location, take a right out of the car park entrance onto Barrack Road and continue until you see the entrance to the park on the right.  There is a gentle slope up towards the entrance to Northern Lights. 

ENTRANCE

The route is a one-way loop starting and ending at the Southern park entrance via Barrack Road.

WALK

Leazes Park is located in the heart of the City. It is a short & pleasant walk from Newcastle City Centre, though slightly uphill.

CAR

There is a small car park but bear in mind it’s opposite a hospital, so it may get busy. Other nearby car parks include:

St James Park Stadium Car Park
• Accessible
• 24hr operation
• 2 mins walk from entrance to NLN

Leazes Park Car Park:
• Accessible
• 6 mins walk from entrance to NLN

Morden Street Car Park
• 9 mins walk from entrance to NLN

Eldon Garden Multi-Storey
• Accessible
• Electric charging available
• 10 mins walk from entrance to NLN

Eldon Square Multi-Storey:
• Accessible
• 10 mins walk from entrance to Leazes Park

TRAIN

The nearest train station is Newcastle Central Station, which is a 15 minute walk from Leazes Park.

BUS

The nearest bus stop is on Richardson Road / Barrack Road.