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There are temporary timetables in Wales between 25 October and 9 November due to a two-week Welsh Government lockdown.
Where does it go and how often?
Departing from North Shields Ferry Landing, the Seasider takes in Tynemouth, Cullercoats and Whitley Bay.
The Seasider operates from North Shields Ferry at 09:57 and runs every half hour until 15:27 every weekend, Bank Holidays and during school holidays, making 12 journeys each day.
The service also departs Whitley Bay Metro Station at 10:20 and operates every 30 minutes until 15:50, when it heads back along the coast to North Shields Ferry Landing.
Download the full Seasider timetable.
Single journeys on the Seasider are £2.50, or travel all day for £4.00!
You also get more value from Tyne and Wear dayrider/megarider PLUS, VIP Under 19 tickets, Network One Zone 3 tickets, concessionary passes and Nexus U16 CAT day tickets.
To celebrate the launch, Seasider bus ticket holders are entitled to the following discounts:
See full terms and conditions for special offers.