Museums in Durham

Find museums in Durham. Listings include Northern Mines and Collieries, Ushaw Historic House, Chapels & Gardens, Durham Castle, Layla Karis Artwork, Durham University, Visitor Attractions and Oriental Museum Durham University. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.

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  • 02/18/20
    We've got some great family activities this week at the Oriental Museum, all running 1 until 3pm! Cool Clay Wednesday, February 19 Come along and play with clay. Experiment and get creative with thi...
    > Durham University, Visitor Attractions
  • 02/14/20
    Botanic Garden: Advance warning that, weather permitting, during week commencing 2 March 2020 we are planning to undertake some work to replace the glass in part of the Greenhouse roof. There may be ...
    > Durham University, Visitor Attractions
  • 02/10/20
    The Botanic Garden is now a Partner Garden with the RHS and members can enjoy free entry on selected dates. We look forward to welcoming many RHS members across the year. https://www.rhs.org.uk/
    > Durham University, Visitor Attractions
  • 02/07/20
    It is both a blessing and curse to feel everything so very deeply ♡ River Phoenix
    > Layla Karis Artwork
  • 02/07/20
    This month in the Botanic Garden Visitor Centre, our monthly exhibition is by Emma Beattie. Her images present us with fascinating structures of plants and how life and beauty can survive and thrive, ...
    > Durham University, Visitor Attractions
  • 02/05/20
    The Durham Museum is currently closed. But don't worry we will be open again in April. Why not come down then and check out our current temporary exhibition "Recent Acquisitions"
    > Durham Museum
  • 02/05/20
    This Saturday 8 February at the Botanic Garden, we have our storyteller Elizabeth Baker celebrating National Storytelling Week with some frosty fables and snowy stories. There'll be some winter crafts...
    > Durham University, Visitor Attractions
  • 02/03/20
    Today is the Setsubun Festival in Japan. You may wish to celebrate the start of Spring by throwing roasted soybeans outside the door of your house, to chase out the oni (naughty ogres or spirits) or d...
    > Oriental Museum Durham University
  • 02/02/20
    Meet the team! We are a group of MA students here at Durham University currently working on a new exhibition opening at the Oriental Museum in June 2020! We’re very excited to show you what we’re crea...
    > Oriental Museum Durham University
  • 02/01/20
    Artefact of the Month for February - Celebrating Lunar New Year The mix of cultural influences in Korea is demonstrated in this espresso cup. The Korean design is based on traditional zodiac animals ...
    > Oriental Museum Durham University
  • 01/30/20
    Have you got your tickets for our Lunar New Year Festival at the Oriental Museum? Follow the link to book and enjoy dragon dancing, traditional crafts, New Year snacks and see a super Korean drumming...
    > Durham University, Visitor Attractions
  • 01/30/20
    Have you got your tickets for our Lunar New Year Festival? Follow the link to book and enjoy dragon dancing, traditional crafts, New Year snacks and see a super Korean drumming performance. Adults a...
    > Oriental Museum Durham University
  • 01/29/20
    Tickets available from the World Heritage Site Visitor Centre which is open 9.30am - 5pm daily, as well as online!
    > Durham University, Visitor Attractions
  • 01/27/20
    Tomorrow (Tuesday) evening, concert from 7.30pm - Bar from 6.30pm...
    > Ushaw Historic House, Chapels & Gardens