Great North Museum: Hancock
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Until 10 Apr
An art installation by Great North Museum: Hancock Fellow Dr Marianne Wilde
Until 3 May
A new exhibition about the North East born explorer
A new exhibition for families with young children
Until 23 Mar
What are the stars made of and how far away are they?
Make your own bird box with experts & other activities
Try hieroglyphics and Egyptian craft with object handling too
A free special early opening for those with Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC). Booking essential.…
Storytelling, crafts & object handling inspired by our galleries
Get your period 'portrait' taken, object handling & craft inspired by our two exhibitions…
A talk by Professor Pete Hollingsworth
Meet experts from Newcastle University, with activities to explore the world andthe universe…
See behind the scenes in the Museum's Resource Centre
Would you like to learn how to identify the different trees found in our woodlands?…
Exploring the contradictions in Gertrude Bell’s life
Meet the Great North Mouse and Georgina during our Storytime sessions.
An under 5's play and exploration session.
See our famous mummies and Egyptian artefacts.
An important collection of Greek and Etruscan art and archaeology.
Find out about the Museum's collectors and how to classify collections.
See a full size T-rex skeleton, live animals and fossil trees.
See an inscription stone proving the Wall was built on orders of Emperor Hadrian.…
See a full-size model of an elephant, a great white shark, live animal displaysand more.…
An interactive room with dressing up and areas to explore for young children.
Discover the natural history of Northumbria.
Collections from the Roman Empire.
Objects from around the world.
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