Great North Museum: Hancock
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Until 31 Dec
Take an immersive journey into the wonders of the night sky with a trip around the solar system…
Until 30 Nov
Reduced admission price for all members
Until 30 Oct
We're hosting two exhibitions as part of the 2016 International Print Biennale.
Until 9 Feb 2017
A 16 week journey through the last 2 million years examining the the Quaternary,with a focus on northern England…
It’s not just ghosts and ghouls that go bump in the night...
Look out for live pop-up performances at the museum and a mobile mini-museum onwheels in the city centre.…
Discover some of the animals that emerge under the cover of darkness with our special nocturnal nature trail…
We're going Batty for Bats, the only mammal that can fly in the true sense of the word.…
A relaxed opening for those with autism, learning disabilities or sensory and communication disorders.…
An illustrated talk by Professor John Lee
Find out about the latest scientific research that has been conducted on the Great North Museum: Hancock mummies…
On Saturday afternoons we provide craft activities for young children in our Living Planet gallery…
Meet the Great North Mouse and Georgina during our Storytime sessions.
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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