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Blyth overview

Blyth is unique for its cultural, parks and natural features, and known for its theatres and museums. You'll enjoy Blyth's historical sites. Plan a fun excursion to Quayside or St. James' Park. Popular sights such as Blue Reef Aquarium and Grey's Monument won't disappoint. Whatever you're into, Blyth has something for you.

Where to stay in Blyth

Whether you're planning to stay for a night or for the week, the area around Blyth has accommodations to fit every need. Search for hotels in Blyth with by checking our online maps. These display the areas and neighbourhoods around all Blyth hotels so you can see how close you are from landmarks and attractions, and then refine your search within the larger area. The best Blyth hotel deals are here with our lowest price guarantee.

How to get to Blyth

Fly in to Newcastle (NCL-Newcastle Intl.), 9.4 mi (15.2 km) from central Blyth.

What to see around Blyth

Museums and theatre are highlights of the area, along with cultural places like:
  • • Phoenix Theatre Blyth
  • • Blyth Battery
  • • Seaton Delaval Hall
  • • Seaton Delaval Arts Centre
  • • Newbiggin Maritime Centre
Distinguished for its historical sites, here are some top landmarks to visit:
  • • Whitehouse Farm Centre
  • • Tynemouth Castle
  • • Arbeia Roman Fort
  • • Kirkley Hall Zoological Gardens
  • • Victoria Tunnel
It's well known for its parks and these favourite places for nature lovers:
  • • Ridley Park
  • • Seaton Sluice Beach
  • • Northumberlandia
  • • Rising Sun Country Park
  • • Sanctuary Wildlife Care Centre
Popular places in the area to visit include:
  • • Blue Reef Aquarium
  • • Grey's Monument
  • • Quayside
  • • St. James' Park
  • • BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art
  • Culture
  • Nature
  • Historical sites