How to find us
The quayside position of Baltic Place is conveniently close to all points for easy travel and communications. Access to surrounding modern public transport systems is excellent, and the quayside is served by an electric shuttle bus, QuayLink, which runs every 10 minutes, connecting Baltic Place with Central Station, the Metro System, Haymarket and Gateshead Interchange.
Road: Gateshead Quays has good access to the A1, to the Tyne Tunnel and to the A69 running west.
Rail: Newcastle Central Station is on the East Coast main line (between Edinburgh and London, Kings Cross). In 2007, Kings Cross / St Pancras became the terminus of the new, high speed Channel Tunnel Rail Link to Europe.
Air: Newcastle International Airport is only 20 minutes drive, or around 25 minutes by Metro from Central Station. Newly expanded, the airport now provides routes all over Europe and the UK.
Metro: Gateshead and Newcastle share an efficient Metro system (47 stations), providing links to the airport, the suburbs, the coast and Sunderland to the south east.
Quayside shuttle: every 10 mins from outside Baltic Place. The QuayLink electric bus service links both the south and north quaysides to connect with existing bus, metro and train services in Gateshead and Newcastle.
Satnav post code: NE8 3BA