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.
To mark International Men's Day on Thursday 19th November, our Arts and Wellbeing Manager spoke to three inspirational male artists who have been involved with some of our projects.
It is with great sadness that due to the Government restrictions, Woodhorn Museum has closed its gates to the public once again due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
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).
Museums Northumberland has received £238,100 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to help address the impact of the coronavirus pandemic and support the recovery of its venues.
Woodhorn Museum in Northumberland is reopening its doors to members of the public from Wednesday 02 September and inviting visitors to go on a journey through the site to rediscover the stories that have gone untold since lockdown began.
Museums Northumberland response to Government announcement on 23rd June 2020.