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.
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.
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.
A new career-spanning exhibition by social documentary photographer, Mik Critchlow will go on display at Woodhorn Museum from Friday 19 November.
We’re delighted to announce that two projects we co-produced to help audiences engage with our museums during the coronavirus pandemic have been shortlisted in this year’s The Journal Culture Awards.
New countywide exhibition by illustrator, Jonny Hannah, uncovers curious characters of Northumberland’s past and present
A solo performance by Paul Smith, lead singer of the band Maxïmo Park, will be broadcast on Saturday 12 June at 8pm to commemorate the annual Northumberland Miners’ Picnic.
The BBC’s Antiques Roadshow is coming to Woodhorn Museum in Northumberland in 2021.
A rare orchid created in honour of Newcastle United footballing legend Jackie Milburn, housed at Woodhorn Museum in Northumberland, has blossomed on the first day of the New Year.
Museums Northumberland has launched a new online exhibition celebrating the county’s key workers.
A new exhibition celebrating the contribution of miners with Black and African Caribbean-heritage across the UK mining industry will go on display at Woodhorn Museum from Saturday 03 October 2020 to celebrate Black History Month (01 - 31 October 2020).