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.
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.
Work has started on the new accessible play area at Woodhorn Museum
Museum opening hours during the festive season
We have successfully raised the funding needed to create a new accessible play area at Woodhorn Museum.
A new career-spanning exhibition by social documentary photographer, Mik Critchlow will go on display at Woodhorn Museum from Friday 19 November.
Museums Northumberland has won a £10,000 Movement for Good award from Ecclesiastical Insurance Group.
Museums Northumberland has launched a public fundraising campaign to support the creation of a new accessible play area at Woodhorn Museum.
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.