An exhibition exploring the diverse achievements of women in archaeology
This exhibition celebrates 20 years of the Portable Antiquities Scheme and the Treasure Act and also the archaeology that is discovered everyday by the public.
Find out about the hidden world of decay in museums through this exhibition looking at the effects of time on objects.
Munitionettes & Miners uncovers the important roles of County Durham men and women during World War I.
Based on a project to study early urbanism in prehistoric Europe, this international exhibition looks at the Trypillia mega-sites of Ukraine.
Volunteers are an invaluable part of any museum's team, and they come from all walks of life. Without their dedicated time, knowledge and energy behind the scenes, we wouldn’t achieve half as much as we do.
Find out more about the Durham Archaeology Explorers in are Community Archaeology Case. Durham Archaeology Explorers is an archaeology club for children aged 7—11 years, who aim to engage with children and inspire a lifelong interest in, and respect for, archaeology and the people of the past.
Come and see some of the recent archaeological discoveries in County Durham and learn about how archaeology is organised in the region in our first community archaeology exhibition.
This permanent exhibition uses objects from Museum of Archaeology, alongside objects from across Durham University and other regional museums to explore the last 10,000 years of Durham.