Opening times

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday Closed
  • Thursday Closed
  • Friday Closed
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
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Opening times

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday Closed
  • Thursday Closed
  • Friday Closed
  • Saturday Closed
  • Sunday Closed
More information

Opening times

  • Monday 10am - 5pm
  • Tuesday 10am - 5pm
  • Wednesday 10am - 5pm
  • Thursday 10am - 5pm
  • Friday 10am - 5pm
  • Saturday 10am - 5pm
  • Sunday Closed
More information

Opening times

  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday Closed
  • Wednesday 10am - 4pm
  • Thursday 10am - 4pm
  • Friday 10am - 4pm
  • Saturday 10am - 4pm
  • Sunday 10am - 4pm
More information

Some of the museums are currently running to Winter season opening times.  To find out more, visit the Opening Times page.

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Berwick Museum and Art Gallery / About the Museum / Facilities

Access

We’re sorry to say that there is currently no wheelchair access to the upper floors. We’re working on a project in partnership with English Heritage, the Kings Own Scottish Borderers and the Berwick Barracks Heritage Trust to rectify this, but in the meantime, please phone us to find out how we can support your visit.

Access Plans for each of our museums can be downloaded from this website (you can find them in the Accessibility section), but please contact us if there’s anything we can do to support your access requirements at Berwick Museum and Art Gallery.

Berwick Museum and Art Gallery

Tel: 01289 309538 / 07736 865824

Email: berwick@museumsnorthumberland.org.uk

Accessibility

We want as many people as possible to enjoy a visit to our museums.  We are always looking for new ways to improve.

We welcome your feedback, so if you have any suggestions for improving accessibility at our museums, please contact us via email at hello@museumsnorthumberland.org.uk

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Parking

Public parking is available opposite the Barracks

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Berwick Museum and Art Gallery is located in the historic Berwick-Upon-Tweed Barracks. Designed by architect Nicholas Hawksmoor and completed in 1721, it’s the first purpose-built army barracks in England.

The English Heritage Barrack site is also home to other attractions: By Beat of Drum – an English Heritage exhibition, The King’s Own Scottish Borderers Museum and the Berwick Gymnasium Contemporary Art Gallery.