Do you know someone who lived and worked in the mining industry pre and post nationalisation in 1947? Attend one of our three memory collection events where we want to encourage visitors to share their memories of Nationalisation.
Join us for free every Wednesday in term time with your under 5s from 10:15am - 11:00am for singing, story telling and craft activities.
Explore the real lives of people who went beyond the call of duty and add your own heroes and heroines to the Museum's archives.
‘After the Coal Dust’ is a new photographic exhibition with photos taken by John, Bridget and Freya Gill.
At National Coal Mining Museum, we've got great ideas for all the family this February half-term! Plus it's all FREE!
Join the Coalshed Poets for FREE family activities based on the Wakefield Wyrm story.
An afternoon of music and poetry with inspirational speakers and guests to celebrate International Women's Day 2017.
Want to improve your creativity skills, or meet like-minded poetry fans? Join Coalshed Poets, a regular event for people who would like to develop skills in performance poetry.
Use your detective skills to uncover vital clues and evidence to crack the mystery and expose the murderer.
Our annual moving machinery day is back, celebrating British Science Week.
Billy Pearce Live for one night only @ Pit!
Treat Mum this Mother's Day to a special luncheon at the National Coal Mining Museum.
Meet the author of the most comprehensive book on the Yorkshire Coalfield, Eddie Downes.
Browse for vintage treasure at Fox & Moon Vintage Antique Fair
Book one of our Mini Miner Monday sessions and bring your group of pre-schoolers to the National Coal Mining Museum and participate in storytelling, rhymes and songs as we move around the galleries.