Open Air Museum, where the past comes to life. Beamish is unique. We're no ordinary museum but a living, working experience of life as it was in the Great North in the early 1800s and 1900s.
Beamish, Britain's favourite open air museum, set in over 300 acres of beautiful countryside, vividly recreates life in the North of England in the early 1800s and 1900s. Winner of both the British Museum of the Year and European Museum of the Year Awards, it demonstrates the recent history of the region in a "living" way and provides entertainment and education for visitors of all ages and interests.
People from the past welcome visitors and interpret how the people of the North of England lived and worked.
Step on board our trams and we'll transport you into the past.
Summer Season 2007
Saturday, 31st March to Sunday, 28th October 2007.
Open every day 10am to 5pm, last admission 3pm.
Winter Season 2007/2008
Monday, 29th October 2007 to Friday, 14th March 2008.
Open 10am to 4pm, last admission 3pm. Closed Mondays and Fridays. Also closed Monday, 10th December 2007 to Tuesday, 1st January 2008 inclusive.
Family Ticket 1** 1 adult and 2 children
Family Ticket 2***
2 adults and 2 children.
Winter Prices - all individual tickets £6
The North of England Open Air Museum
Members of Mandy who have worked for Beamish Museum