Cherryburn

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Cherryburn: Cottage and farmhouse, the birthplace of Thomas Bewick. Birthplace of Northumberland's greatest artist and engraver. Fascinating exhibition of Bewick's life and work. Demonstrations of old-fashioned woodblock engraving and hand printing. Walk along the River Tyne to view the countryside and wildlife that inspired Bewick. Friendly farmyard animals, garden and picnic area for families. Traditional folk music first Sunday of the month

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11miles (17.7 km) West of Newcastle, 11miles (17.7 km) East of Hexham; ¼mile (0.4 km) North of Mickley Square (leave A695 at Mickley Square on to Riding Terrace leading to Station Bank)

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Arriva Northumbria 602 Newcastle–Hexham (passes railway station Newcastle), alight Mickley Square ¼mile (0.4 km)

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Opening times (14 March - 1 November):
MondayTuesdayWednesdayThursdayFridaySaturdaySunday
11:00 - 17:0011:00 - 17:00-11:00 - 17:0011:00 - 17:0011:00 - 17:0011:00 - 17:00

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£3.60£1.80£10.00

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Address: Cherryburn, Station Bank, Mickley, nr Stocksfield, Northumberland NE43 7DD, UK
Phone: +44 1661 843276
Email: cherryburn@nationaltrust.org.uk
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