Amble Tourist Information Centre is a modern purpose-built building located at the bottom of Queen Street in Amble and adjacent to the Town Square. Opened by The Duke and Duchess of Gloucester it is called Gloucester Square (note different spelling from the local place name Gloster Hill etc)
The TIC can provide information on accommodation, events, attractions and local services as well as times for Coquet Island boat trips and Holy Island causeway crossing times. A range of maps, guides and gifts are also available at the TIC.
Everyone is welcome at Amble TIC whether they be visitors, residents or passers-by. The friendly staff are local, experienced and trained in customer service. The TIC building is wheelchair accessible, has an induction loop installed and large print literature is available.
Amble Tourist Information Centre also offers the following services:
Discounted tickets for various attractions in the area
An accommodation booking service
A free Coquet Island guidebook when booking a Puffin cruise at Amble TIC
Summer Opening Hours (to approx early November annually)
Monday to Saturday 1000 to 1700
Sunday 1030 to 1430
Tel: 01665 712313
Address: Amble TIC, Queen Street, Amble NW65 0DQ
For tourism enquiries about the Amble area from 4 November 2013 to 30 March 2014 please contact: Alnwick Tourist Information Centre, 2 The Shambles, Alnwick, Northumberland, NE66 1TN. Tel: 01665 511333
Please Note: Amble's Public conveniences are located next to the Tourist Information Centre and are usually open 0800 to 1800. If they are closed, alternative toilet facilities are available at Angie's Tavern on Queen Street and The Harbour Inn on Leazes Street. In addition, a number of businesses on Queen Street are members of the Northumberland County Council 'use our loo' community toilet scheme. They can be recognised by the red sticker in their window.