Situated within Berwick Barracks. Discover the history of the town, the stunning Burrell Collection porcelain and art, Medieval Berwick and dragons!
Berwick Museum and Art Gallery is situated within the Clock Block at Berwick Barracks. The building was designed by the architect Nicholas Hawksmoor and completed in 1721 - the first purpose built army barracks since Roman times.
• Wonder at paintings by Crawhall and Boudin – part of the Burrell Collection
• Gaze at glass and oriental porcelain
• Discover the sights and sounds of old Berwick
• Peer into a cottage and local tavern
• Uncover Berwick's battles and see its weaponry and medieval art
An admission charge is payable to enter the Barracks which are operated by English Heritage, but during your visit you will also be able to enjoy The 'By Beat of Drum' exhibition and The King's Own Scottish Borderers Museum as well as the Berwick Museum and Art Gallery (operated by Woodhorn Charitable Trust).
April - September: Monday - Friday 11am - 5pm
Also Saturday and Sunday during summer holidays (FREE ADMISSION - other Barracks attractions closed)
We are also October Half Term.
Special arrangements can be made for visits at other times.
Admission: Adults £4.20, Children £2.50, Concessions £3.80, English Heritage members and Friends of the Museum and Archives free. (Please check EH)
TD15 1DG Berwick on Tweed
Call: 01289 309538