A group of community artists from across South East Northumberland will have their work displayed at Woodhorn Museum this summer as part of a new exhibition celebrating the natural world.
Woodhorn Museum today announced it has been recognised by Tripadvisor as a 2022 Travellers’ Choice award winner for attractions.
To mark Refugee Week 2022 and the launch of Close Knit, Museums Northumberland bait had a chat to some of the families who have been involved to find out what they’d enjoyed most about the project.
Developed over two years in partnership with diverse groups from across South East Northumberland, Museums Northumberland bait is proud to present one of the final projects in its ten-year programme – Close Knit.
More than 100 older residents from across the region joined Age UK Northumberland at Woodhorn Museum on Wednesday 01 June for a very special event to mark the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
A new art installation and display celebrating the important role pit ponies played in the coal mining industry opens at Woodhorn Museum on Saturday 28 May.
The Northumberland Miners’ Picnic makes a welcome return to Woodhorn Museum on Saturday 11 June after a two-year absence because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Hexham Old Gaol and Berwick Museum and Art Gallery to reopen after their winter break
A new series of exhibitions using Northumberland’s animals to tell stories of community, climate change, migration, and identity opens at Museum Northumberland’s four venues from 09 April 2022.
We’re delighted to announce Woodhorn Museum has received a Bronze Award at the annual North East England Tourism Awards in the Small Visitor Attraction category.
Ted Taylor, a former mechanical fitter from Ashington, Northumberland, has been named overall winner of Museums Northumberland’s Open Exhibition 2022: A Portrait of Northumberland, which opens at Woodhorn Museum on Saturday 19 February.
16th January 2022 marks the 160th anniversary of the Hartley Pit Disaster.