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PREVIEW: Christmas at The Bowes Museum

The Bowes Museum and grounds are once again set to come alive with the sights, sounds and aromas of the annual Christmas Market with a chance to meet Santa and complete the magic of Christmas with an early present.

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PREVIEW: Woodhorn Museum to Glow during the winter months

Woodhorn Museum’s seasonal exhibition, Coal Forest, moves from autumn to winter from 1 December with the arrival of Glow; a season of festive events, story-telling, ice skating and family arts activities throughout the deepest winter months.

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