Jesmond Dene Parking
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Jesmond Dene is a park located in Newcastle upon Tyne on the side of the river Ouseburn. It is open to the public and includes a popular petting zoo and plenty of walks for various fitness levels. Jesmond Dene is also easily accessible from Newcastle upon Tyne.
Jesmond Dene is now owned by the Newcastle City Council, but was first established as a park in the 1860s by Lord Armstrong and his wife. Although their house has been demolished, there are plenty of other sites within Jesmond Dene that are popular attractions.
The Waterfall is one of Jesmond Dene’s more famous attractions. It’s a lovely spot to explore near the northern playing field, and was made by blasting the river bed at the request of Lord Armstrong. Keep an eye out for the ruins of the mill along the Ouseburn river near the Waterfall. This 14th century mill was used to grind corn for nearby farms and as a flour mill.
You can continue to walk along the River Ouseburn in Jesmond Dene to what was Fisherman’s Lodge. This building has also been called Heaton Cottage and Deepdene House, and adjoined an old corn mill before the latter began to fall away.
Jesmond Dene’s most famous building is St Mary’s Chapel - the oldest church in Newcastle which dates back to the early 12th century. The ruins of this chapel are worth a visit, and they have been the site of a pilgrimage that continues to this day.
There is also plenty of nature out and about in Jesmond Dene, so keep an eye out for the many species of birds that call the valley home. There are guided walks available, or bird spotting sheets can be downloaded at the Friends of Jesmond Dene website.
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Parking in Jesmond Dene
Jesmond Dene parking is available at several points in the park. There is a car park off Freeman Road near Paddy Freeman’s Pond, and another close to Pets’ Corner. Other parking at Jesmond Dene is located near Armstrong Bridge and the Visitor Centre.
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Jesmond itself is a suburb of Newcastle upon Tyne and is located in the north of the city. The suburb is considered one of the more affluent areas of Newcastle. Osborne Road in the suburb is a popular spot for young professionals with an abundance of bars and restaurants.
There are also a number of boutique stores around Jesmond, so finding a unique souvenir of your visit will be easy. Other notable sites include The Aviary art gallery, and As You Like It and Holy Hobo - bars that regularly have live bands playing.
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By Train: The closest train station is Manors station, serviced by the Northern line. It is around an hour's walk from this station to Jesmond Dene. Some buses also run to the park.
By Bus: If you want to get to Armstrong Bridge in Jesmond Dene catch either bus 51, 52, 306 or 308 and get off at Cradlewell/Jesmond Road and walk toward the Dene. You can also catch bus 38 which stops near Jesmond Dene.
By Car: From Newcastle upon Tyne follow the A167(M) to the A1058 and follow the signs to Jesmond.
By Underground: You can access the north end of Jesmond Dene from the South Gosforth Metro station in around 15-minutes on foot. You can also access the Dene by walking from the West Jesmond Metro station.
Disabled Parking in Jesmond Dene
There is accessible access next to the Pets’ Corner in Jesmond Dene.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to Jesmond Dene, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
Electric vehicle charging stations are available at several locations in Jesmond. The closest ones to Jesmond Dene are:
- Lyndhurst Avenue
- Sainsbury’s Heaton
A network of all electric vehicle charging points can be found on the government's Go Ultra low website.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
Jesmond Dene is accessible 24 hours, 7 days a week, however, some facilities are only open at certain times.
The public toilets in the visitor centre are open Monday to Friday 11:00am to 3:00pm, while the Pets’ Corner is open Monday to Sunday 10:00am to 4:00pm with last entry at 3:45pm everyday.
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What does Jesmond Dene mean?
The valleys in the area are mostly steep and locally known as ‘denes’. Jesmond, therefore, means ‘mouth of the Ouseburn’.
When is Jesmond Dene House open?
The Restaurant at Jesmond Dene House offers all day dining from 12:00pm to 9:00pm. It also offers breakfast between 7:00am and 10:00am Monday to Friday, and between 7:30am and 10:00am Saturday and Sunday.
Can I stay at Jesmond Dene House?
There are rooms available at Jesmond Dene House which can be booked online at jesmonddenehouse.co.uk or by calling +44 (0) 191 212 3000.
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