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This permanent exhibition uses objects from Museum of Archaeology, alongside objects from across Durham University and other regional museums to explore the last 10,000 years of Durham.
South Road, Durham
A photographic exhibition portraying the natural and built spaces of Shimla
Shimla is the capital of the north Indian state of Himachal Pradesh. It was the summer capital of British India from 1864-1947. Nursed on nostalgia, the British built Shimla...
South Road, Durham
From the mid-seventeenth century, Darfur was an independent Muslim kingdom in what is now western Sudan, ruled by a hereditary line of Sultans. When the British invaded Sudan in 1898 they did not extend their conquest into Darfur. However by 1916...
Over the years, The Bowes Museum has either acquired or identified pieces already in its collections that were bought and used by the Bowes family in the 18th & 19th centuries, as they advanced socially and joined the ranks of the aristocracy and...
South Road, Durham
A British Museum exhibition featuring a selection of delightfully detailed netsuke and other traditional Japanese male dress accessories.
There's no such thing as the Gruffalo or is there? Follow the clues and answer the questions in your booklet to discover the animal homes from the story. You may even encounter our 8ft Gruffalo hiding in the woods.
Come along to our new series of ‘Ten Minute Talks’ in Open Treasure. Each week you can find out more about the extraordinary and unusual objects on display, and still have time for lunch!
New exhibition - Barnard Castle and Teesdale Art Society Spring Exhibition
Open seven days a week
Hamsterley, Bishop Auckland
The wait is over… we’re very excited to invite you to the forest to become a Gruffalo Spotter! Follow clues and search for signs along our new interactive trail — using The Gruffalo Spotter app www.forestry.gov.uk/gruffalo #GruffaloSpotters
Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr examines the close relationship between the work of these two important photographers and their fascination with the English.
A long established event on the first and last Saturday of every month with stalls selling books, bric-a-brac, collectables, hand-mades, plants, jewellery, jams & preserves, and much more.
This year is the 125th Anniversary of The Bowes Museum opening and we are gearing up to celebrate. Come and join in a variety of fun drop in activities for all the family! Children must be accompanied by an adult, for whom normal admission applies.
South Road, Durham City
Pick up an explorer Activity Pack from the Visitor Centre and see what you can discover in the garden. ( Subject to availability.)
Market Place, Bishop Auckland
Introducing 'PAST AND PRESENT TOURS' at Auckland Castle!
Every Thursday 12.30-1.30pm, Friday 2pm-3pm Saturday 11am-12pm
Beginning Monday 27 March and ending Thursday 27 April the Osaka Trains exhibition will tell the story of five rail companies from Osaka.
You and your family are invited to join local amateur astronomer Neill Sanders, former volunteer at Kielder Observatory and member of the Go Stargazing team, for an evening of stargazing and observing through large telescopes. To see the stars...
This hugely popular festival gets bigger and better every year. A must for enthusiasts and fantastic family activities to get involved in! Old King Coal 29th March – 2nd April.
Great North Steam Fair 6th – 9th April.
Horses at Work - 22nd & 23rd...
A five-day celebration of the rich mining heritage of North East England. Join in the banner parades and enjoy performances by local brass bands.
10am (2hrs) 2 miles
Led by Richard Gater and Geoff Hill – voluntary ranger and photographer