Pockerley Old Hall
Visit the ‘new house’ – the home of the tenant farmer – and the ‘old house’, which dates back to at least the 1440s. Look out for traditional Georgian cooking and craft activities.
This beautiful terraced garden features Georgian-era plants, herbs and vegetables, which can often be sampled in recipes cooked in the hall.
Take a steam train ride at the Waggonway, which tells the story of the birth of the railways, and is home to replica engines Locomotion No.1, the Steam Elephant and Puffing Billy.
Take a walk through the picturesque landscape, as you step back into the Georgian era, with its dry stone walling, riven oak fences, and traditional breeds of animal. The horse-powered whim gin would have been used to raise coal and men out of the mines. Look out for the gibbet looming in the distance.
Nestling in the Georgian landscape is this beautiful medieval church, St Helen’s, from Eston, near Middlesbrough. The church was due to be demolished due to vandalism until it was saved and rebuilt at the Museum. Work to complete the interior of the church is currently underway.
This truly unique experience allows you to prepare and drive one of our replica Georgian steam engines through the Pockerley landscape.Read more
Learn to create authentic and rustic Georgian recipes in the kitchen at Pockerley Old Hall.Read more
Enjoy the ultimate hands on experience as you take a stroll with a Georgian Falconer and her hawk through the stunning 1800s landscape.Read more
Experience the earliest steam railways first hand and have a go at driving one of our early 1800s replica steam engines, Puffing Billy or the Steam Elephant.Read more
In this talk with our Assistant Director of Development, Jim Rees, you will find out the story behind Eston Church that is nestled in Beamish’s Georgian Landscape.Read more