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Newcastle Casinos Near Me

Casinos Near Me - Newcastle

Northern England is one of the best areas in the United Kingdom for playing casino games such as roulette and blackjack. Alongside the likes of Manchester and Liverpool, Newcastle hosts a bundle of fantastic casino venues across the county, with a large portion of those casinos in the city centre, meaning easy access via transport such as buses and the local metro. Looking to visit a casino in Newcastle today? Check out our top options below:

Top Casinos in Newcastle

Top Casinos in Newcastle - Aspers Casino, The Gate

Based in the Gate, Aspers is not just one of the most accessible casinos in Newcastle, but in our opinion, it is also the best. Poker tournaments are regularly held at this venue due to its centralised location, but they also host slots tournaments as well as large-scale roulette and blackjack games. Their primary focus comes in the form of table games with several variants of baccarat, poker and more to choose from. However, with 20 slot machines that feature some of the most popular slot games in the UK alongside machines that provide up to £20,000 in progressive jackpots, it makes sense to take advantage of the full valet service and check out the variety of options available at Aspers Casino. The excellent Freya's restaurant is based inside the casino, which hosts an impressive 4.5 out of 5 on Trip Advisor.

The only small downside about this casino is that it is incredibly popular with Newcastle fans on a matchday, meaning that if you're looking for a quieter casino gaming experience, you may look to check out some of the other options on our list.

Top Casinos in Newcastle - Grosvenor Casino, St James' Blvd

A five-minute walk from St James' Park, Grosvenor Casino is another favourite in the North East. This casino is slightly further out from the City centre as it links up with the A189 towards Gateshead. However, this venue is still a fantastic option for all your online casino requirements, rated highest in Newcastle based on Google reviews with the biggest compliant of users is how the car park has been opened up to the public, so if you're arriving by car, it may be best to check out Aspers instead.

They offer a wide range of slots and casino games and if slot games are your preference, you'll likely prefer this venue to Aspers. Meanwhile, regarding other elements of the casino, it is very much how you would expect it, a high-quality gaming experience that would rival any casino in the country. However, due to accessibility, some players may well prefer to look elsewhere.

Top Casinos in Newcastle - Admiral Casino: Northumberland Street

Admiral Casino have three venues in Newcastle Upon Tyne. However, the best of which is definitely based on Northumberland Street, as one of the biggest venues in Newcastle, it also have a fantastic variety of slot machines available. This also means that you have a wider variety in the values you can play for; there are more 30p machines, 10p machines and more! However, a focus on online slots does mean that there is less opportunity to play the likes of roulette and blackjack. There are still many tables, just slightly fewer than what you may find elsewhere.

Apart from its fantastic array of slots, another glory of this casino comes from its location, based on Northumberland Street, which is one of the centrepieces of Newcastle Upon Tyne. This means that the casino is near to Haymarket, where anyone can get buses and trains across the region, making this venue almost as accessible as Aspers at the gate.

List of Casinos in Newcastle

Casino Name Opening Times Location
Genting Casino 12pm - 4AM Forth St, NE1 3NZ
Admiral Casino Clayton Street 24 hrs Clayton St, NE1 5PF
Admiral Casino Grainger Market 9am-6pm Clayton St, NE1 5PN
Casino Gateshead 24 hrs 260 Old Durham Rd, NE8 4BP

Newcastle Casinos FAQ

How many slot machines does Newcastle have?

The exact answer is impossible to know and will change over time. However, when you look at the sheer number of casinos in the City centre and Gateshead with an average of approximately 250 slot machines per casino, meaning over 2,000 slot machines in its vicinity.

Are casinos open in UK?

Yes. A number of casinos closed in the UK due to the coronavirus pandemic, but Since 17 May 2021, all of the venues in Newcastle Upon Tyne are currently open.

For open times and locations, check out the information above.

Do you have to wear a mask in casinos UK?

No. In recent years, players will have had to have used masks whenever they enter an indoor venue. However, following coronavirus restrictions lifting, all Newcastle-based casinos allow players into their venues without face masks.

What are the opening times of casinos in Newcastle?

Admiral Casinos in Newcastle have a variety of opening times. However, their most popular venue is the venue on Northumberland Street, which is open 24 hours a day.

On the other hand, Aspers Casino is open between 12pm and 4am and is based in the gate.

Other Gambling in Newcastle

Newcastle Racecourse

Based in High Gosforth Park, Newcastle Racecourse is one of the most popular racecourses for betting. As one of the busiest racecourses in the country and the home of the infamous Northumberland Plate, hundreds of thousands of punters pile into Newcastle Racecourse for over 60 all-weather and jump fixtures every year. However, tickets for events such as the Plate and Ladies Day go quickly, so if you're looking to experience horse racing in Newcastle, plan it out in advance.

Newcastle Greyhound Stadium

Based in Byker, Newcastle, Newcastle's greyhound track hosts dozens of events, including special events for holidays such as Christmas and Easter. Like Newcastle Racecourse, hundreds of thousands of punters place bets at the stadium weekly. With a highly-rated grill restaurant inside the venue and high-octane action, it is clear to see why the stadium is popular amongst punters in the North of England. As greyhound racing popularity has dropped in recent years, events are more accessible than that of horse racing. However, a lot of events still sell out quickly.