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Tiptoe Through The Turkish Tulips And An Amazing Clockwork Garden Blossom At The Bowes Museum This Summer

29 July – 5 November 2017

The Bowes Museum continues its 125th anniversary celebrations, opening two extraordinary exhibitions simultaneously this summer for the young and the young-at-heart.


The Bowes Museum Welcomes Support Of Darlington Building Society

The Bowes Museum Welcomes Support Of Darlington Building Society The Bowes Museum is delighted to announce Darlington Building Society as its exhibition partner for Clockwork Garden, an immersive and interactive show promising a magical experience for all ages, from the national children’s arts charity, The House of Fairy Tales

The Bowes Museum Celebrates 125 years & is First UK Museum outside London to use Smartify app

The Bowes Museum Celebrates 125 years & is First UK Museum outside London to use Smartify app

On Saturday 10th June, The Bowes Museum celebrates its 125th Anniversary. Named after founders, John & Joséphine Bowes, this beautiful French château-style building opened to the public in 1892. 


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The Bowes Museum is looking forward to welcoming you!

You are able to enjoy the hugely popular Norman Cornish: The Definitive Collection, Pre-Raphaelite Knights: Reinventing the Medieval World and blimey! Lucretia exhibitions as well as an exciting programme of family workshops throughout the summer holidays.

The health and well-being of our visitors, staff and volunteers are our priority, and in line with the latest Government guidance on COVID-19 the changes we have made will help you to feel confident, safe and enjoy your visit.

Entry to the Museum has to be booked before you visit here or by telephoning us on 01833 690606. Details about what to expect when you visit are available when you click here.