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An opportunity for a rare, behind the scenes, guided tour of Medieval Raby Castle (built between 1367 and 1390) and visit rooms not usually on view to the public. Following light refreshments in the great hall the tour will take in the state apartments where the Prince of Wales, later Edward VII, stayed on his visit to the castle. Afterwards, guests of the tour are free to wander around the castle and visit the gardens and two-hundred-acre deer park.
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If you enjoy getting involved in lots of crafty sparkly surprise activities with your children, join in our Super Saturday with our Education Team. Free for pass holders or normal admission.
In this session we’ll examine the competing cultures of Neoclassicism , Enlightenment and Romanticism and how these 18th century movements changed the history of art.
The Bowes Museum’s Interior of a Prison is part of a series of works by Francisco Goya. The Museum’s Director, Adrian Jenkins, explored the story behind the picture created during a monumental moment in Goya’s life. Join Director Adrian Jenkins for a short introduction to the current exhibition Goya’s Prison.
*Online booking closes the day before the event takes place. Call 01833 690606 to see if places are still available.
**Unless otherwise stated events are free with general admission and to Pass holders. Booking maybe required where requested.