Get ready for an icy adventure at Woodhorn Museum. Follow the stunning ice trail around the museum, see live ice carvings and take part in creative activities throughout this special two day event.
With plenty of ice sculptures waiting to be discovered, it will be a magical way for families to explore the museum.
The animal themed ice sculptures aim to shine a spotlight on the impact of climate change and inspire visitors to make their own climate pledges for the New Year.
Important information about this event
Coal & Ice is on Thursday 5th and Friday 6th January 2023
Tickets for this event are FREE and must be booked in advance to guarantee entry.
Book a general admission ticket for all adults, concessions and children who will be in your group so we can manage the numbers at the event. Bookings are limited to up to 6 people per group.
Visitors to Coal & Ice must have a valid Annual Pass to Woodhorn Museum.
Multiple Adults £6.50
16s and under FREE
Pay once and enjoy unlimited repeat visits for 12 months. Buy your Annual Pass admission online
ahead of the event to avoid queues on the day.
Your ticket time is for your arrival time at Woodhorn Museum. You can arrive any time within that 1 hour timeslot and you can stay as long as you wish.
The Coal & Ice Trail is an Outdoor event and is accessible to all. Please come dressed in appropriate clothing for the weather.
The first time slot 10am - 11am on each day has a reduced capacity to allow those to enjoy the event who would benefit from a quieter experience.
The museum, toilets and cafe are all open as normal.
Parking is free of charge. There are some blue-badge parking spaces at the museum, but we can't guarantee availability.
Dogs are welcome at this event, but we do expect the event to be busy.
Woodhorn Museum is open from 10am until 6pm for this event.