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Could you become a guiding light at The Bowes Museum?

More volunteer guides are needed as the number of tours is expected to increase.

Volunteer guides take more than 4,000 people on guided tours around the Museum collections each year and this year the number of tours is expected to increase.

So now, a call's going out asking for more people to volunteer to become a guide.

If you're outgoing, friendly and enjoy telling a story then it could be just the thing for you!


Creative Apprentices success at The Bowes Museum

The Bowes Museum is celebrating the success of its Creative Apprentices as one lands a job at another prestigious Museum and others are promoted.

Apprentices undertake a two year course, where they work across different areas of the Museum's operation, to get a full feel of the environment from Front of House to Exhibitions. Certificate training sessions are provided by Sage Gateshead and Gateshead College.


Summer Fête

9 June, 11.00 - 4.00

Come and join the party as The Bowes Museum celebrates it's birthday on 9th June with a day of fun and festivities.

There will be live music, local food vendors, a chance to enjoy the LEGO® trails and get top tips from Steve Mayes, who designed our fantastic LEGO® models himself and lots more!

Visitors will get a reduced rate entry of £5 for adults and £2.50 for children, free to pass holders and Friends of The Bowes Museum.


Exhibition inspired by The Bowes Museum showcases designers of the future

9 April - 12 June, 2019

Visitors to The Bowes Museum can see work by talented up and coming designers that's been inspired by our collections.

Students from the Northern School of Art (BA) Textiles & Surface Design degree programme have created an outstanding collection of new surface designs for fashion fabrics, gifts, posters and other products that are being shown against the backdrop of our stunning collections in a number of our galleries.

The exhibition will be open until 12 June, 2019.


Horology expert to visit Chinese Knowledge Exchange event

Matthew Read to talk about the Silver Swan in Beijing

Horology expert to visit Chinese Knowledge Exchange event

The Bowes Museum's horology expert and Director of The Bowes Centre is going to China to take part in a prestigious conference.

Matthew Read will deliver a keynote speech about the Silver Swan, how it works and the challenges involved in its preservation, at the two day event in Beijing focussing on clocks, watches and automaton. 

 


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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.

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