The museum offers the opportunity for schools and youth groups to camp overnight.
Camping at Beamish Museum offers a unique opportunity for children to experience visiting the museum both when it is open and when it is closed!
Duration: 2 days, 1 night
We can help plan your visit, and a typical camping experience involves:
Day 1 – arrival and settle into camp, before setting off to explore the museum for the day; it’s tea-time and a fish and chip supper will be served in our very own Davy’s Fried Fish Shop; after tea, children can take an evening walk, play games, sing camp fire songs, tell stories and enjoy a delicious hot chocolate before bedtime!
Day 2 – after an early morning rise and breakfast, the group will pack up before 10am, ready to explore the museum for a second day when it opens at 10am. You then have the full day to enjoy the museum before home time!
Target Age: Key stage 2 and 3
Groups of 15 or more – £40 per child; Groups of 30 or more – £35 per child
We offer one free adult place for every five children to help facilitate the visit (additional adults are charged at £26 per adult).
Why not enhance your visit by adding learning activities to your package or a packed lunch on Day 2 (price on application)?
Tents can be provided (subject to availability/number camping), but equipment such as sleeping bags and mats must be brought by the school/children.
Badges – we have our very own woven Beamish Badge that your campers can keep as a reminder of their night at the museum! Badges cost £2.50. To order, please contact our Bookings Team, tel 0191 370 4026 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.