Beamish - The Living Museum of the North - To re-open 23rd July

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The Living Museum of the North
Beamish
County Durham
DH9 0RG

Tel: +44 0191 370 4000

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The 1900s Town Street at Beamish Museum

Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult All Year Unlimited Pass£19.50 per ticket type
Child All Year Unlimited Pass£11.50 per ticket type
Family (1+2) All Year Unlimited Pass / Day Ticket£36.50 per ticket type
Family (2+1) All Year Unlimited Pass / Day Ticket£44.50 per ticket type
Family (2+2) All Year Unlimited Pass / Day Ticket£51.00 per ticket type
Senior Citizens / Students all year Unlimited Pass / Day Ticket£14.50 per ticket type

With the Beamish Unlimited Pass, you pay just once and visit for a whole year FREE of charge (including all daytime events).

Special evening events, such as Halloween and Christmas Evenings are ticket only (separate charge applies) and must be booked in advance. Book online at www.beamish.org.uk

Gradings

  • VAQAS VB Attraction
VAQAS VB Attraction

Awards

  • Visit EnglandVAQAS VAQAS 2019
  • Regional and MiscellaneousNorth East England Tourism Awards - Large Visitor Attraction of the Year Award – Gold North East England Tourism Awards - Large Visitor Attraction of the Year Award – Gold 2016
  • Visit EnglandVisit England Award for Excellence Bronze Visit England Award for Excellence Bronze 2016
  • Regional and MiscellaneousNorth East Tourism Awards Large Visitor Attraction of the Year Award – Gold 2017 North East Tourism Awards Large Visitor Attraction of the Year Award – Gold 2017 2018

TripAdvisor

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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating:

4.5 of 5 stars
  • Certificate of Excellence 2019
  • Excellent
    5867
  • Very Good
    1267
  • Average
    310
  • Poor
    114
  • Terrible
    90

Recent Reviews:

  • nsv257
    Fantastic family day out.
    5 of 5 stars
    Sunday, 12th April 2020
    Fantastic place to visit, lots of interesting things to see, great transport links around the grounds, real family orientated visitor attraction. Read full review
  • J C
    New Plymouth, New Zealand
    Trip Type:
    Friends getaway
    Ace
    5 of 5 stars
    Thursday, 16th April 2020
    Me and my wife returned back to our Yorkshire home for a month back in August 2019, while looking back we’ve decided to write some of the more positive reviews because 9/10 of the places we visited... Read full review
  • Matt S
    Trip Type:
    Family
    Very very good
    5 of 5 stars
    Monday, 22nd June 2020
    I love this place great value for money the tickets last all year so pay once n visit as much as you want in the year can’t wait for it to reopen it’s educational too without it being boring kids... Read full review

Facilities

Accessibility

  • Access Statement - Please see below

Catering

  • On-Site café/restaurant

Parking & Transport

  • On site parking - Free parking.

Provider Facilities

  • Dogs Accepted - Dogs are welcome at Beamish but must be kept on a lead at all times (not allowed into any of the buildings).

Access Information

Opening Times

Season (24 July 2020 - 31 Dec 2020)
DayTimes
Bank Holiday10:00 - 17:00

* See website for full opening details http://www.beamish.org.uk/
The Museum is to re-open 23 July

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Nearest major road is A1(M). Signposted from the A1(M) jct 63. Travel along A693 for 4 miles towards Stanley picking up signs for Beamish Museum. Postcode for Sat Nav users is DH9 0RG.

Public Transport Directions

Nearest railway stations are Durham, Chester-le-Street and Newcastle. Waggonway service 28/28A offers regular buses from Newcastle City Centre, Gateshead, Birtley, Ouston and Chester-le-Street. Buses run every 30 minutes on Monday to Saturday daytimes and hourly in the evening and on Sundays. Connections with other bus, train or metro services can be made in Newcastle, Gateshead and Chester-le-Street.Service 128 provides a direct link with Durham City Centre. Buses run hourly on Saturdays throughout the summer season from 5 April to 2 November 2014. The 128 offers convenient connections with trains at Durham railway station and with other bus services at Durham bus station.Lime service 8 runs every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday from Sunderland Interchange, via Washington, Chester-le-Street and Stanley.

Highlights...

Thursday, 3rd September 2020 - Sunday, 6th September 2020

Saturday, 12th September 2020 - Sunday, 13th September 2020

Thursday, 17th September 2020 - Sunday, 20th September 2020

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Thursday, 9th July 2020 - Sunday, 12th July 2020

Festival of 50's: Beamish MuseumStep back in time and experience all things 1950's at our fabulous Festival of 50s event! 
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Saturday, 18th July 2020 - Monday, 31st August 2020

summer of funSummer of Fun: Beamish MuseumSummer of Fun at Beamish Museum. 
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