Local experts lead field outings and education courses to explore the natural world of northern England and give weekly talks during the winter. Have fun, make friends and help us as a volunteer or take part in one of our activities.
Join the Natural History Society of Northumbria today to support nature in the northeast of England, visit Gosforth Park Nature Reserve and learn about the natural world. It costs less than 65p a week.
Arctic Terns on the Farne Islands: why are they here and what do they get up to when
Illustrated talk by Dr Chris Redfern Friday 3 March, 7-8pm. Great North Museum: Hancock, Newcastle NE2 4PT. Around 6,000 pairs of this charismatic seabird nest on the Northumberland coast. Arctic Terns […]
Our archive has 16,000 amazing artworks, photographs, letters, diaries, notebooks and other autograph material. These items and their stories are inspiration for writers, artists, naturalists, scientists and researchers studying natural history, local social history, and the history of art in the North East.
Our museum in Newcastle, is the only natural history museum in the north of England and following a £26 million redevelopment is one of the region’s top tourist attractions and must-see venues, with nearly 1/2 million visits a year.