Great North Museum: Hancock located at Barras Bridge, Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 4PT, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0191 208 6765

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Michelle Ackerman

5 Google Rating

A perfect size to get round in half a day so not too tiring. Some school trips were there but it was

5/ 5

A perfect size to get round in half a day so not too tiring. Some school trips were there but it wasn't a problem. The ground floor has a delightful collection of fossils, The Hadrians wall exhibition, The amazing living planet section and The ice age to Iron age. On the first floor there is a brilliant ancient Egyptian section leading through to the Roman Empire. The ancient Greeks exhibition is well worth a look too. Its free to enter with a suggested donation of £5.00. It's well worth it.

Davey Lamp

5 Google Rating

Absolutely brilliant. Friendly, interesting, bright and interactive museum. So well presented. Not t

5/ 5

Absolutely brilliant. Friendly, interesting, bright and interactive museum. So well presented. Not the old stuffy image museums used to have. Two lovely cafes with a great atmosphere. And its free. Voluntary donations. Can't fault it.

M Rayner

5 Google Rating

Great museum! we only had a day in Newcastle and decided to go here while we waited for our ferry. g

5/ 5

Great museum! we only had a day in Newcastle and decided to go here while we waited for our ferry. great building with plenty to see......not to mention its free. there is no car park but there are spaces available around the corner.

Peter Quinn

5 Google Rating

I love to visit the Hancock museum. Its one of those places perfect to bring the kids to during the

5/ 5

I love to visit the Hancock museum. Its one of those places perfect to bring the kids to during the summer holidays, especially with dippy being here at the moment. There is lots to explore from the wide range of animal species to the Romans & Greeks to the crystal collections to the dinosaur exhibits. Staff are very friendly and always helpful. Toilets areas are immaculate. Food is, as with almost every museum pricey but range is good and has always tasted nice. Look on website for events throughout the year as there is more often than not something worth seeinh, especially over the Xmas time.

chikere Nkwonta

5 Google Rating

Another good place for family day out. Dippy the dinosaur was on tour and the kids were fascinated a

5/ 5

Another good place for family day out. Dippy the dinosaur was on tour and the kids were fascinated at the gigantic structure. Other sections of the museum also have fascinating collections. A demo of the different stages in the after-life guided by annubis has a spooky effect.

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  • Sunday11:00 AM - 04:00 PM
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