Monsters come in all shapes and sizes and you can find out about them at this new exhibition.
In 1968 the National Trust opened Wallington to visitors, now 50 years later......
Watch the story of an extraordinary little girl who dares to take a stand and change her destiny.
Y’all need to get dressed up real nice now & join in the fancy dress competition.
Celebrating the 500-year work-in-progress story of building automated machines.
Things are heating up this half term as we explore the tropical waters of the pacific.
Meet fluffy chics and baby birds this May half-term at WWT Washington Wetland Centre.
Explore the turbulent times of the English Civil War this Bank Holiday. 10am-4pm each day
Let your family explore their musical talents on djembe drums, bongos, wood blocks, maracas & more.
Meet some amazing animals including snakes, scorpions, tarantulas and many more
Enjoy the fascinating tale of how myth and folklore produced a national hero in a brand new play.
Unearth some of Northumberland's hidden secrets this half term with our Victorian archaeologists.
Hop in your time machine to travel back to the days of Ancient Rome.A Minecraft Pi workshop
Come along and meet new friendly faces, bumps & babies. Various activities each month.
A four mile return trip in our 1950s passenger carriages behind a vintage locomotive.
Have a go at nature-related artsy fun, including charcoal pictures and printing fun. .
The Northumberland County Show is a great family day out. Held on Bank Holiday Monday, 28th May.
Free outdoor games and sports activities for children of all ages at Souter Lighthouse.
Join us every day during half-term for a fun outdoor activity and the chance to learn about nature.
You can see all the action close up through a live camera feed & using high powered telescopes.
Mamma Mia! Bring your little guys and dolls down to Sage Gateshead on Bank Holiday Monday
Garden Grenades and Seed Bombs - take home your creations for your garden or window box
Choose from a mug to Michelangelo, plate or pencil pot to Picasso or a bowl to Banksy!
Our very own hundred acre wood will offer you & your child an adventure you never knew could happen
Football & multisport school holiday camps for age 4 to 14 held at Gosforth Academy
Create amazing art projects using a varierty of media, all materials included. For age 7+
Join us in the dragon’s lair - expect lots of interaction as our listeners become part of the story.
See how many Native American cartoon characters you can spot around the park. FREE
The case of the missing Walrus: create your own animation, full day workshop for age 8-14 years
Drop-in activities and craft sessions, inspired by our amazing exhibitions and collections.
Activities & crafts, inspired by the objects & stories within our exhibitions & collections.
Test your skills against your family and friends at archery, mini golf and mini tennis.
Creative Baby! is for babies 0-12 mths: activities designed especially for those not yet walking.
Award-winning West End production of this amazing story by children's author David Walliams
Get creative and join activities and crafts inspired by our heritage at the Roman Fort.
Learn how to tell your winkles from your whelks and lots more watery wildlife facts.
Bring your young budding artists along to find out more about abstract art. For the whole family.
Cullercoats Bike & Kayak are bringing a range of exciting activities to Cragside Estate.
Meet a whole mixture of creatures at our Animal Discovery Workshops including some exotic animals.
Meet the animals who live at Jarrow Hall including some of our rare breed animals.
Craft activities every Thursday during the school holidays for 3 - 7 year olds
Every Thursday in the school holidays, drop in arts & craft sessions, 10am - 2pm.
Acting, singing and dancing workshops with Little Voices, Fenham.
Are you looking for somewhere to relax and be entertained, or are you an budding musician?
Penguinpig; a theatre show for children aged 3-8 years and their families
Join us for a screening of this classic 1985 rip roaring comedy adventure movie.
Whether you're new to running, a youngster or an Olympic athlete, all runners are welcome.
Learn more about our diverse wild bird species with the help of our volunteer hide guide.
FREE ENTRY (donations welcome). Guided tours, blacksmith demonstrations and mining displays.
Inclusive art class held on the first Saturday of every month. No booking required
Author Illustrator Katie Abey introduces our visitors to the wild world of We Wear Pants!
Join artist Chad McCail for this free drop in workshop inspired by his current GIANTS exhibition
An entertaining blend of science and storytelling introducing the theory of natural selection.
Kids just want to dance? Suitable for ages 0-8, with a £5 per family suggested donation
A glittering stage adaptation of Julia Donaldson & Lydia Monks' much-loved children’s book.
Join local artist Kate Miller in designing a robot and creating a collage of your invention.
Make a special Father's Day gift for your Dad that can't be bought in the shops.
Paint your own mugs, bowls and plates, even popular unicorns, pugs and many more!
Stand-up paddle-boarding, possibly the most unique - way to see Cragside!
Whitehouse Farm will be taking part in Open Farm Sunday this year.
Loads going on at Wheelbirks for Open Farm Sunday. Learn all about the animals on the farm.
A complete, up to date antenatal course taught by a Midwife, covering all types of birth.
Baby & Toddler clothes, toys and equipment sale raising funds for the RVI Tiny Lives Trust.
A monthly computer coding club for people age 8-17
The Active Sunderland BIG Bike Ride is an established event in the regional cycling calendar.
Meet the Diesel engines and take a ride! It's not all about steam at Stephenson Railway!
Showcasing the finest jugglers, acrobats, aerialists, dancers, drummers and daredevil stuntmen.
The largest travelling fair in Europe returns to the Town Moor June 22nd - 30th 2018
Can you conquer our fun 3k coastal obstacle course complete with water slide, mud pits and more?
Calling all scientists! Science Buddies are coming to Whitehouse Farm.
The classic story of Ratty, Badger, Mole and Toad of Toad Hall is brought to the stage this summer.
Led by a friendly Science Explainer these events are specially designed for young children.
David Walliams’ tale of frights, fights and friendship and a very awful Auntie comes to the stage!