Woodhorn Museum will be closed to the public on Wednesday 21st December to allow members of staff to attend the funeral of a much-loved colleague, who sadly died earlier this month.
Woodhorn Museum is experiencing Icy conditions which have required us to close part of the site.
Woodhorn Museum will be closed over the Christmas holidays.
Over the past six years supporting more men to engage in arts and cultural activities has been one of the priorities of Museums Northumberland bait. Our research shows that engagement in art and cultural activities can have a positive impact on mental health and wellbeing.
Ice sculpture trail at Woodhorn Museum highlights animals at risk from climate change.
Artist call now open to submit work for the 2023 exhibition.
A brand new visual arts trail will light up Northumberland to celebrate the arrival of the Lindisfarne Gospels in the North East this autumn.
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.