Discover life in a historic fishing village. Discover the Mary Joicey all weather lifeboat and the Girl Anne fishing coble.
Visit the sixty five seat Breakwater Café serving local food, overlooking the picturesque bay and displaying artwork.
We are open all year; we can provide space for business functions or groups in our Latimer Function Room which now also houses prestigious exhibitions of art.
Free car and coach parking and bus terminus are adjacent to the site.
We have the longest promenade in Northumberland, a nearby children's playground and a sandy beach with rock pools. St. Bartholomew's Church is adjacent to us and the UK's oldest operational lifeboat station is close by.
Sean Henry's offshore sculpture "Couple" is in the bay and birdwatching, golf, fishing, sailing and other water sports are available nearby.
We have a programme of regular events which are advertised on our website and Facebook page and we have a strong community engagement programme through outreach and education.
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|Newbiggin Maritime Centre, Newbiggin-by-the-Sea(Museums and galleries)|
Admission to the Breakwater Café and the Seashore shop is free. There is a small charge for entry to the museum:- Adults £2.50, Children £1.50, Family £7.00. Annual passes are also available at Reception.