Remaking Beamish Project News
Remaking Beamish News
June 27th 2022
At Beamish we're exploring and highlighting a more diverse history of the North East – one in which everybody's story is welcomed and valued.
June 16th 2022
As part of the Remaking Beamish project, over the summer Beamish will be trialling some outside engagement in and around The 1950s Town.
June 9th 2022
Following the openings of Front Street terrace, Spain’s Field Farm and Coronation Park, we take a look at future Remaking Beamish exhibit openings… and there’s plenty to look forward to!
May 30th 2022
Beamish, The Living Museum of the North has opened Coronation Park and Recreation Ground in its 1950s Town today (Friday, 27th May 2022) to begin a week of celebrations for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
May 19th 2022
The turf and concrete are being laid and play equipment is being set up… the opening of our new Coronation Park and Recreation Ground is right around the corner and it’s set to bring plenty of 50s fun.
March 14th 2022
A farm that has been moved stone by stone and rebuilt at Beamish, The Living Museum of the North will open its doors to visitors this weekend (Saturday, 19th March).
February 23rd 2022
Beamish, The Living Museum of the North has opened its 1950s terrace! Visitors can enjoy a week of celebrations this February Half Term, 19th to 27th February 2022.
February 1st 2022
The funding from the Sir James Knott Trust will allow existing buildings from the late 18th century and early 19th century to be brought back into use in the museum’s stunning Georgian landscape. Visitors will be able to discover early cottage industries at the pottery and blacksmith’s workshop. People will be able to stay overnight at the museum in period-style self-catering cottages, these buildings are original to the site.
January 27th 2022
There’s a lot of excitement over in our 1950s Town as preparations continue for the opening of Front Street terrace this February.
January 14th 2022
Seb, our Senior Keeper, Georgian & Rural Life, stumbled across a recipe for a "currey" from Hannah Glasse's "The Art of Cookery Made Plain and Easy" whilst researching for the development of our Drover's Tavern in The 1820s Landscape
December 20th 2021
The fence has come down and a new fish and chip shop range has been installed, our 1950s Town's Front Street terrace exhibits are coming along!
November 12th 2021
Beamish Museum is giving people a chance to “chip in” with its 1950s Town at a community event in Middleton St George this Saturday (13th November).