Cherryburn: Thomas Bewick Birthplace Museum

Cherryburn, Station Bank
NE43 7DD

+44 01661 843276

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The birthplace of Thomas Bewick, Northumbria's greatest artist, wood engraver and naturalist. Also the 19thC farmhouse, home of the Bewick family, houses a small exhibition on Bewick's life and work. Birthplace cottage, farmyard animals including pet donkeys, lambs and poultry and garden with picnic lawn. Beautiful views of the Tyne Valley and short walk from south bank of River Tyne. Print workshop on the premises. Demonstrations Sunday afternoons.

Ticketing and entry prices for Cherryburn: Thomas Bewick Birthplace Museum

Type Entry for Guide price
Single 1
per ticket
Child 1
per ticket
Family 4
per ticket
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Great setting

michelle0404, England
Whilst a small venue still has a lot to offer. Great walk passed the donkeys and with amazing views.

Great day out sun or rain

Ledix57, Corbridge, United Kingdom
This little treasure discovered by chance- Bewick house and Printing room. Fantastic gifts to buy at this venue only; pricey but priceless. Watch demonstrations of block printing, fascinating for all ages. Worth a visit. Educational and informative. Knowledgeable staff that bring the place alive.


EnglandAnders, England
Small but perfectly formed. Interesting exhibits, good gardens, free car park hand printing press demo, everyone very welcoming and friendly

Good for what it is

IvyFlood, Hexham, United Kingdom
We are members and this place is quite local to us so we decided to give it a go. A lovely little cottage with small grounds to match. It doesn't take long to look around unless you stop to pet the donkeys for a while, which we did! The staff were very welcoming and friendly and I decided to purchase one of their passports and so got my very first stamp in it here! I'm not sure I'd return as there isn't much to draw us back but what is there was very enjoyable and I'm glad it's another one ticked off for us.

Small but well worth a visit

tim186328, Penrith, United Kingdom
This is a small property but well worth a visit. The team make you feel So welcome and as so friendly. Nothing to much trouble they spend time telling you all about the property and who lived there. It was very interesting. Plenty of places for children to play. Great to see the donkeys.

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