Visit Us

Address

The University Gallery 
Northumbria University
Newcastle City Campus
Sandyford Building
NE1 8QE

Tuesday to Friday: 12.30pm to 4.30pm

Saturday: 10.00am to 2.00pm

Sunday to Monday: Closed

Free Entry

Sally Madge: Acts of Reclamation:

18th November 12 – 4 pm

20th November 12 – 2.30 pm

Keeping Safe

These are some of the safety measures that we have put in place to protect visitors and staff from Covid-19.

  • Face Masks Our staff will be wearing face masks, and we encourage visitors to do the same if they are able to.
  • Increased Cleaning Northumbria University has increased cleaning across campus and toilets and surfaces are cleaned regularly.
  • Hand Sanitiser is available in the Sandyford building (where the Gallery is based) for you to use.
  • If you’re feeling unwell we ask you to delay your visit to the gallery until you are feeling better.

Access

For information about physical access, please read our AccessAble guide 

We are currently developing a visual guide and large print options.
Please use this form if you have any questions about access or your visit, or have any suggestions or comments relating to access.
We welcome service dogs to the gallery.

FAQs

How much is entry?

Entry to both the Woon Gallery of Asian Art and Gallery North is free. If there is a charge for a special event, this will be clearly listed on the event page.

Can I park at the gallery?

We have limited spaces for blue badge holders behind the gallery, which can be booked in advance by using this form. We ask if possible to give 2 working days notice as last minute bookings may not always be able to be accommodated.

Unfortunately, we do not have car parking available on site for other users, but we are close to public car parking in Newcastle city centre. 

What are the closest public transport links?

The Gallery is approximately 300m from Haymarket Bus Station and Metro Station.

Is there secure bike parking?

The University has many bike lock areas on campus, including outside of the gallery. All bikes are left at the owner’s risk.  

Do you have toilets and changing facilities?

We have an accessible toilet on the ground floor of the gallery. There are two additional toilets in the Sandyford Building. There are no dedicated changing facilities within the toilets.

Can I take photographs or video in the gallery?

No. Due to security and copyright issues, photography is not allowed in the gallery.

If you are a researcher, artist, or student and would like to arrange photography related to your work or studies, this can be arranged by using this form .

Can I arrange school visits? What provisions do you have for schools?

We welcome self-guided school visits and we are currently developing classroom resources for schools connecting the collections and the national curriculum. Visits to the gallery are free but please get in touch in advance to make sure that the gallery will be open for your visit time. In some circumstances, we can arrange for visits to the gallery outside of regular visiting hours. If you are a teacher and would like to work with us to develop resources, please get in touch with us by using this form.

Is there wheelchair access?

Yes, the gallery is on the ground floor and there are no level changes throughout the gallery. The minimum width within the space is 80cm. For more information about access to campus, please read the AccessAble Guide.

Can I join a mailing list?

We don’t currently have a mailing list, but if you wish to be updated about certain types of events – such as exhibitions – please use our contact us form and let us know and we will keep your details to contact you about these events.

Do you have a cafe or shop?

We don’t currently have a cafe or shop in the gallery, but there is a cafe located in The Sandyford Building and there are many other local options for dining in Newcastle city centre.