Cherryburn - Thomas Bewick Birthplace Museum (National Trust)


The birthplace of a great artist. Thomas Bewick, Northumberland's greatest wood engraver, was born here in 1753. Famous for his illustrations of birds, animals and country life, his work has influenced naturalists and wildlife artists throughout the world. Regular printing demonstrations take place and there are Folk in the Farmyard events on the first Sunday of the month, when you can enjoy traditional music, song or dance. There is also a toy corner for smaller visitors as well as an excellent picnic area.

Contact Information

Station Bank
NE43 7DB
  01661 843276
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Useful Information

Disabled access : Disabled access with assistance (free admission to assistant). Adapted WCs and induction loop.
Opening Times : Telephone to check details of opening times or prices. Closed on Wednesdays.
Last Admission : Last admission 4.30pm

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