Beamish -The Living Museum of the North
Experience a real sense of your past at Beamish and discover what life was like in North East England in Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian times. Beamish is a living, working museum, set in 300 acres of County Durham countryside. Costumed demonstrators bring to life the Edwardian Town and Pit Village, complete with original drift mine. At Home Farm and Pockerley Old Hall, experience firsthand how the Industrial revolution transformed agricultural life in the region. A delicious taste of the past is on offer from our latest exhibit, Joseph Herron, Baker and Confectioner, located within the Edwardian Town.Visitors are able to watch bakers at work using traditional methods and can buy tasty treats, such as bread, cake and biscuits, to take home. Throughout the year Beamish hosts an exciting programme of events, from a Georgian Fair to the Great North Steam Fair and much more besides, including spooky Halloween events and a whole season of Christmas! Tickets to Beamish are valid for 12 months from your first visit, so you can pay just once and come back for a whole year FREE! Admission prices; Tickets are Beamish Unlimited passes and are valid for 12 months from your first visit to the Museum for an unlimited number of visits. Tickets can be bought on the door or in advance via our website to save time at the till. Admission covers all day time events but not Evening events. Adult - £17.50, Senior (60 years)/ Student - £13.00, Child (5 - 16 years) - £10.00, Child (Under 5) - FREE, Family (1 Adult + 2 Children) - £32.00, Family (2 Adults + 2 Children) - £46.00. We also offer mid-week discount on one-day tickets purchased during the winter season (Tuesday - Thursday only).