Berwick Museum & Art Gallery is situated within the Clock Block at Berwick Barracks. The building was designed by the architect Nicholas Hawksmoor and completed in 1721 – the first purpose built army barracks since Roman times.
• Wonder at paintings by Degas and Boudin – part of the Burrell Collection
• Gaze at glass and oriental porcelain
• Discover the sites and sounds of old Berwick
• Peer into the cottage and local tavern
• Uncover Berwick’s battles and see its weaponry and medieval art
• Learn to distinguish dragons
The Museum & Art Gallery is located in the Berwick-Upon-Tweed Barracks (operated by English Heritage). Take the opportunity to enjoy other exhibitions during your visit too: The ‘By Beat of Drum’ exhibition, The King’s Own Scottish Borderers Museum and The Berwick Gymnasium Contemporary Art Gallery.
1st April – 24th July and 4th – 30th September 2017:
Wednesday – Saturday 11am – 5pm, and Sunday 11am – 4pm
7th – 24th April & 24th July – 3rd September 2017:
Monday – Saturday 11am – 5pm, and Sunday 11am – 4pm
AND OPEN FOR HALF-TERM:
21st – 27th October 2017: 10am – 4pm
NOW CLOSED FOR THE WINTER
Admission: Adults £4.90, Children £2.90; Concessions £4.40; Family ticket (2 adults + 3 children) £12.70; English Heritage members and Friends of the Museum and Archives free.
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Berwick Museum and Art Gallery
Tel: 01670 624 490
The map below shows the location of Berwick Barracks and the Museum.