Casinos in Newcastle

Newcastle is a football-mad city with a well-earned reputation for being party central. Although it’s not all about drinking and having a good time (as the galleries, theatres and museums testify), most of the attention is centred on its nightlife. So, if you’re planning a night out at one of the casinos in the UK you could do a lot worse than head for this North-East city. And if you fancy a practice before you start to roll, head for our online casino where you can play for free with no deposit required, or for real money.

Newcastle Genting Casino

This purpose-built establishment on Front Street is a monument to the entertainment and leisure industry. Not only has it been designed perfectly for experienced and occasional gamblers, it is situated just behind Newcastle train station and there is also ample free parking to ensure a smooth start to your evening.

Poker is well served at Newcastle Genting which not only has daily tournaments and cash games, it is also one of the venues for the Genting Poker Series which offers prize money to make your eyes water - and is streamed live too.

As well as the usual offerings of timeless classics like American roulette and blackjack, patrons can also try out baccarat. There is a rewards scheme, too, so whenever you spend at the casino you will be rewarded with points which can be used in house for gambling, food and drink, or for gift vouchers.

Newcastle Grosvenor Casino

Slightly outside the city centre but still near the train station is this gem of a casino on St James Boulevard which is quite close to the River Tyne. The main floor is split into two levels with the lower one dedicated to table games like American roulette and blackjack. The upper section is hot on slot machines. The venue is big on poker, but also offers voucher-based no-lose blackjack every day.

Aside from the gambling aspect, entertainment plays a major part in attracting customers through its doors. On the last Saturday of the month you get a live act, two-course meal, drink and free bet all for just £15, but if you prefer to watch the latest domestic and international action in the sports bar there are widescreen TVs showing all the drama.

Aspers Casino Newcastle

Aspers Casino on Newgate Street is a spectacular three-floor venue which also boasts a 200-seater card room and an incredible 30 TV screens to watch the latest in world-class sport. It’s open 24 hours a day and regularly introduces new games to freshen things up.

You can play roulette, blackjack, three-card poker or even wheel of fortune here, plus there are enough exciting slot machine and gaming terminals to keep you occupied. The stylish Freya’s restaurant will keep your energy levels up and there are two bars, one of which hosts many of the live events this venue stages.