Museums in Newcastle upon Tyne - Page 1

Find museums in Newcastle upon Tyne. Listings include Science at Life, Seven Stories The National Centre for Children's Books, Great North Museum: Hancock, Discovery Museum, Newcastle Castle and BOBS MINERS LAMP PAGE. Click on each in the list below the map for more information.


  • 09/12/21
    Congratulation to all who are participating in @great_run this weekend!
    > Newcastle Castle
  • 09/11/21
    A postcard of the Black Gate and Keep from around 1923. Image credit: Tyne and Wear Archives and Museums.
    > Newcastle Castle
  • 09/11/21
    ‘Five on Treasure Island’ by Enid Blyton, was published on this day back in 1942. The first book in the Famous Five series, it always conjures up dreams of adventure, peril, picnics and of course - la...
    > Seven Stories The National Centre for Childre
  • 09/10/21
    Last chance to get tickets for tomorrow’s talk! Are serial killers born or made? Genetics, environment, trauma, and personality all played a part in these shocking crimes committed at the hands of chi...
    > Newcastle Castle
  • 09/10/21
    #FlashbackFriday - our elephant arriving at the museum back in 2008. This massive replica was copied exactly from a real elephant in a museum in Bonn, Germany.
    > Great North Museum: Hancock
  • 09/10/21
    We've designed Once There Was Magic, our new exhibition with live actors and fun interactive games, with COVID safety first and foremost. Book your tickets at https://www.sevenstories.org.uk/whats-on...
    > Seven Stories The National Centre for Childre
  • 09/10/21
    It's time for some fun with this week's #captionthis. Give us your best caption for this photo.
    > Newcastle Castle
  • 09/09/21
    Booking now: Shifter of Shapes: exploring The Lost Spells by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris. Our immersive exhibition experience invites visitors to step into nature, witnessing its power to amaz...
    > Seven Stories The National Centre for Childre
  • 09/09/21
    Looking up at the Castle from the Quayside in 1972. Image credit: Newcastle Libraries.
    > Newcastle Castle
  • 09/09/21
    We’re thrilled that we’ve been shortlisted (along with Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums other 8 venues) in the Best Family Arts Activity category in the FamilyArts Campaign, Fantastic for Families Award...
    > Great North Museum: Hancock
  • 09/08/21
    'Where did all the Animals Go?' is a new permanent display in the Living Planet gallery of the museum. It features hundreds of biro drawings of endangered animal species, created by schoolchildren fro...
    > Great North Museum: Hancock
  • 09/08/21
    Ever fancied some frumety, sops, or gingerbrede? Now’s your chance to try some of the flavours and recipes popular in medieval England, as our cooks whip up some of the cutting-edge cuisines of the 14...
    > Newcastle Castle
  • 09/08/21
    September is a time of adjustment for children going back to school. We have a wide range of calming bedtime reads to help settle nervous tummies available in our book shop including Tough Guys Have F...
    > Seven Stories The National Centre for Childre
  • 09/07/21
    Sunday 19 September, 11am: Join us for an extra special Sunday morning storytime as part of Ouseburn Family Pride! Author Gareth Peter and illustrator Garry Parsons will introduce their new picture ...
    > Seven Stories The National Centre for Childre