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Beamish Museum prepares to open new 1950s and Georgian exhibits

Beamish Museum is preparing to open their newest exhibits – a Georgian tavern and pottery, and 1950s cinema and shops, marking the culmination of the biggest capital development in the museum’s history.

Image: Beamish Museum
Image: Beamish Museum

The Drovers Tavern, serving a Georgian-inspired menu, and pottery, where visitors can have a go at the traditional skill, will open to visitors today (Friday, 21st June) at 11am. A weekend of opening celebrations, from 21st to 23rd June, will include music, dancing, traditional skills and a Drover’s Challenge activity.


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