It's all going on this Summer at the National Coal Mining Museum. Bring the family and make a day of it!
Join us for our Wacky Wednesday Seaside Special.
Come join our Land Rover enthusiasts at t'pit and show your Leafers, raising money for the National Coal Mining Museum for England.
Yew Tree Theatre presents “Remember Where You Came From” A poignant and enlightening account of the history of mining.
Discover our Hope Pit site with our team of volunteers including the Lister-Kaye roadway.
Come and join Sally and Martha to explore the mining heritage of Victorian times. For children with Special Educational Needs.
Come and join Mary & Peggy to explore the mining heritage of the pit village. For children with Special Educational Needs.
Exhibition of collage works by young artist James Owen Thomas.
Meet author Mike Atherton and hear about his new book 'Dust in the Blood'.
Visit our resident Blacksmiths at Hope Pit Workshop and find out more about this traditional craft.
Join us for Heritage Open Days on the weekends of 8th/9th Sept & 15th/16th Sept and take a behind the scenes tour of the coal screens.
Join us for fun science and craft activities, which bring Minecraft to life!
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.
Visit Santa in his underground grotto & get your Christmas off to a magical start.
On the 1st Tuesday of every month we hold a Donation Day where members of the public can come along with mining related items or books that they want to donate to the Museum.
Drawing from a largely unseen collection, ‘Say it Loud’ is a new exhibition which investigates the techniques and devices used by poster designers.
Enjoy a delicious 3 course festive luncheon at the Museum this Christmas.
Join us this Christmas for an amazing party atmosphere!
Pocket Panto proudly presents Dick Whittington.
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.