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The weather in Tynemouth
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your holidays. July is the warmest month of the year in Tynemouth with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 19°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Discover Tynemouth's fascinating history from your own holiday cottage
Located in north east England, just above Newcastle, Tynemouth is a pretty seaside town, which is surrounded by historical attractions from throughout the region's history. Base yourself in a charming holiday cottage in Tynemouth and explore the rest of this fascinating region.
Fun for all the family
Tynemouth Beach is great fun for kids of all ages, while the town's Blue Reef Aquarium will keep all the family entertained in the event of bad weather. Home to a colony of monkeys, as well as all the usual aquatic species from home and abroad, the aquarium hosts lots of events and daily demonstrations during summer months.
Whitley Bay is another popular seaside resort, and its beach has won awards for cleanliness. Take a stroll along to St Mary's Lighthouse at the northern tip if the beach, which can be reached by crossing a causeway – make sure you check tide times, as the path becomes submerged at high tide!
Discover Roman history
The area around Tynemouth is packed with ancient historical attractions, thanks to its proximity to the famous dividing line of Hadrian's Wall. Tynemouth is close to many of the settlements that grew up around this famous structure.
Segedunum is a Roman fort and museum a few miles inland from Tynemouth, which marks the eastern end of Hadrian's Wall. Arbeia Fort, closer to Whitley Bay, features restored Roman buildings so you can really experience what life was like centuries ago.
Get a taste of Tynemouth produce
The Tynemouth Food Festival is held every summer at the town's historic castle and priory. As well as stalls selling produce from local farms and manufacturers, there are also cooking demonstrations by locally and nationally-renowned chefs. Entertainment for younger children means that this popular event can be enjoyed by the whole family.
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