A pleasant evening at The 1940s Farm 😍🌄
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Beamish, County Durham, County Durham
The Waggonway (No. 28/28A) sees regular buses running from Eldon Square bus station in Newcastle City Centre - via Gateshead, Birtley, Ouston and Chester-le-Street. During Monday to Saturday daytime the service provides a bus every 30 minutes between Newcastle and Chester le Street. During the evening and all day Sunday service 28 provides an hourly service. Service buses run regularly from Newcastle (Eldon Square) to the Museum Entrance Gates (five minutes walk to the Entrance Building). From Eldon Square Bus Station in Newcastle City Centre - No. 28/28A via Gateshead, Low Fell, Birtley, Ouston and Chester-le-Street. Those travelling from other local towns and cities are able to reach Beamish by connecting at Chester-le-Street. Weekends: Go North East’s service B1 between Durham and Beamish will run every Saturday and Sunday between 27 March and 31 October to tie in with Museum opening times. The bus will run hourly in the mornings and afternoons when travel to the museum is likely to be busiest, the service with a less frequent service during the rest of the day. For detailed timetable information, please click here to visit Traveline North East. http://www.traveline.org.uk/index.htm
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Beamish brings history to life. Be immersed in this multi-award winning museum as you try delicious, freshly-made bread in the Edwardian bakery, take a trip down a real coal mine, hope aboard a tram, and discover what life was like on the Home Front during the Second World War. Say hello to the pit ponies in the stables, admire unforgettable Georgian views, and have your portrait taken in the Edwardian photographers’ studio.
Set in 350 acres, there’s something for everyone at Beamish, in County Durham. Costumed folk are ready to share their stores, these’s so much to discover.
Our year-long events and festivals programme ensures there’s always something new to see and do, and the Beamish Unlimited Pass means you can come back free time and time again at no extra cost.
To find out more, please visit www.beamish.org.uk