Waterstones Newcastle

Emerson Chambers, Blackett Street, Newcastle, NE1 7JF

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Opening times

Opening 09.00 to 16.30 tomorrow
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Wednesday 25th Nov
09.00 - 16.30
Thursday 26th Nov
09.00 - 16.30
Friday 27th Nov
09.00 - 16.30
Saturday 28th Nov
09.00 - 16.30
Sunday 29th Nov
11.00 - 17.00
Monday 30th Nov
09.00 - 16.30
Tuesday 1st Dec
09.00 - 16.30

Contact us

  • Call us on 0191 261 7757
  • Email us at [javascript protected email address]
  • Twitter: @waterstonesnewc
  • Facebook: pages/Waterstones-Newcastle-upon-Tyne/102755309786020
  • Instagram: @waterstonesnewc

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Waterstones Newcastle is the biggest bookshop in the North East, boasting a magnificent range of books.

Situated in a beautiful building opposite Grey's Monument, designed by celebrated architect Benjamin Simpson, the booksellers of Emerson Chambers love nothing more than to share their love of reading with our customers.

Whether you read Thrillers, Fantasy or Non-Fiction, we will be happy to help you find your next favourite author. When you've finished browsing, why not indulge in some quiet reading and a cappuccino in Café W, situated on the first floor?

If you share our passion for books, come and lose yourself among our shelves; there's a wealth of reading to discover.

Lower Ground
  • Children's, Young Adult, Study Guides, Manga, Parenting, Science Fiction & Fantasy & Horror, Graphic Novels.
Ground Floor
  • Bestsellers, Click & Collect Collection Point, Cards, Stationery, Games,
First Floor
  • Cafe W, Fiction & Crime, Poetry & Drama, Audio.
Second Floor
  • History & Military, Art & Photography, Academic Books, Business & Finance, Religion, Spirituality, Self Help, Health, Languages, True Crime, Biography, Sport, Travel, Travel Writing, Maps, Outdoor Pursuits, Nature, Gardening, Pets, Cookery, Craft, Adult Colouring, Literary Criticism
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