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Welcome to our online directory. This resource will help you find the great arts and cultural organisations across the North East that all have something amazing to offer your school. You can search using geographical location, subject areas or key stages. These organisations can also help support your pupils to achieve Arts Award and your school to achieve Artsmark.
School groups can explore 700 years of history at Belsay Hall, Castle and Gardens through the story of the Middleton family.
Berwick Barracks, built in the early 18th Century are amongst the first purpose built barracks in England
A visit to Corbridge Roman Town allows you to walk along Roman streets and experience a different side of Roman life.
Stood high on the wild Whin Sill escarpment, Housesteads is the most complete example of a Roman fort anywhere in Britain.
With over 2000 years of history on one site, Tynemouth Priory and Castle dominates the headland overlooking the North Sea. Since its origin as an Iron Age settlement, the site has been an Anglo Saxon Monastery, a medieval monastery, a royal castle and coastal defence.
Once home to the powerful Percy family, Warkworth Castle was, and remains, one of the largest and most impressive fortresses in North East of England.
Seventeen Nineteen is a participatory heritage space in Sunderland’s East End. Housed in Holy Trinity church they offer hands on workshops for primary students in archaeology, design technology and more.