How to ﬁnd Quay Arts in Newport, Isle of Wight.
Centred around a welcoming café bar that doubles as a venue for live events, there’s always something to delight and inspire. Spend time exploring the galleries, stop for a drink in the Café Bar and see what’s new in the Craft Shop. Browsing is free – and always rewarding.
Addresses, phone number and email
Quay Arts, 15 Sea Street, Newport Harbour, Isle of Wight PO30 5BD
Jubilee Stores, Newport Harbour, Isle of Wight PO30 2EF
Telephone 01983 822490
Email contact us
9am to 11pm Monday to Sunday
Please note: We are closed on Easter Sunday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day & New Year’s Day
From Newport High Street, turn down Quay Street (by the Guildhall clock) and left into Sea Street.
From the Cowes-Newport dual carriageway follow the brown heritage signs to ‘Newport Harbour’. Council run car parks are available on Sea Street and Little London. Charges apply during the day. After 6.00 pm, these car parks are free to the public.
Southern Vectis (01983 532373) runs a connecting bus service to Newport from Cowes, Ryde & Yarmouth.
From Southampton: Red Funnel (0844 844 2699) operates car and passenger ferries to Cowes.
From Portsmouth: Wightlink (0870 582 7744) operates car and passenger ferries to Fishbourne and Ryde. Hovertravel also runs a hovercraft service to Ryde.
From Lymington: Wightlink operates car ferries to Yarmouth.
Wheelchair Access is through the Craft Shop entrance on Sea Street and the terrace entrance off Little London. The lift will take you to the first floor galleries and theatre. If you are bringing your chair to a performance or live event, please tell us when booking your ticket so we can have your space ready.
Hearing aid wearers will be pleased to learn that an infrared hearing loop system is available in the theatre.
BDA-signed performances are held at Quay Arts from time to time, please contact the Box Office to ask when, what and where.
To help find your way around the building, please download a copy of the Quay Arts Floor Plan.