PREVIEW: #LoveDurham from your sofa

Posted on April 21st 2020 by Whats on Northeast

This is Durham has got everything you need to visit Durham from your home and banish your boredom, with a range of Durham related activities to keep you and the family busy! From crafts to videos, This is Durham is providing it all…

On their website, you will be able to find ways to ‘Bring Durham into Your Home’. This includes virtual visits and craft activities, to recipes, videos and more. Take a virtual 360 tour of Durham Cathedral, walk along the streets of Beamish, enjoy the view from Auckland Tower and even enjoy a virtual stay at Radisson Blu! Explore the collections of some Museums and watch videos where you can discover the story of Beamish Museums 1950’s Hall as well as joining Durham Cathedral for live streams of their daily services! Learn about the history of Durham or relax with sleep and calm sessions from Seaham Hall. Get crafty with the Bowes Museum or create your own Geopark with The North Pennines AONB! #TasteDurham from home with some new recipes or even get a taste of the Bishop Auckland Food Festival!

As well as that, you can discover the films and TV series which were shot in Durham, such as Harry Potter or Downton Abbey with ‘Durham on Screen’. Durham has always been a firm favourite with television and film makers, but did you know about them all?

Find out about Durhams ‘Fascinating Facts’, from the First World Cup to the Sanctuary Knocker, now is the time to find out about the history and stories you are yet to know…

Take the ‘Durham Attraction Quiz’ to discover your ideal Durham attraction or ‘Colour in Durham’ with a range of colouring pages featuring the top locations of Durham.

With lots of activities to do at home, you are sure to find something to keep yourself and your family entertained!

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