North East Sightseeing Tours

Martin Stait North East Tour Guide

Following over two years of studying, I have successfully completed the Institute of Tourist Guiding North East England Blue Badge Examinations in August 2021 and am now qualified to take tours throughout the North East of England. This includes site tours of Durham Cathedral, the Laing art gallery, Great North Museum Hancock and Shipley Art Gallery and walking tours of Newcastle upon Tyne, Berwick upon Tweed and Barnard Castle. I am also a member of the British Guild of Tourist Guides and the North East England Tourist Guides.

Walking Tours Offered

Newcastle upon Tyne Walking Tours

I offer a 2 – 3 hour walking Tour along a section of the town wall, Blackfriars, China Town, St Andrews churchyard, Eldon Square, Greys Monument, Grainger Town, Theatre Royal, Bigg Market, Station, St Nicholas Cathedral, Castle, Guildhall and Newcastle Quayside.

Durham Walking Tours

I offer a 1-hour walking Tour from the Durham Passport Office along the River Wear, crossing the Framwellgate and Prebends bridges and up the South and North Bailey to view the cathedral and castle from Palace Green. Finally, we walk through Durham Market Place back to the Walkergate shopping complex.

Site & Museum Tours

Durham Cathedral

A unique tour experience telling the tales of the cathedral, leading you through the medieval monastery.

Great North Museum Hancock

I have experienced giving tours of the Roman exhibits, geology and flora / fauna of North East England.

Coach Tours

North East Tourist Coach Tours

I am experienced at giving guides from coaches throughout County Durham, Northumberland, Tyne & Wear and Newcastle upon Tyne.

*Please Note: It is your responsibility to hire the coach and driver.

Contact Martin

Get in touch to start planning your own walking tours within the North East of England.

Through our experience and expert local knowledge, we can put together a tour that meets your requirements. This can be done through the best tours to take and ensuring that you see the best landmarks that the North East of England has to offer.

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