Cherryburn

The farmhouse at Cherryburn
Cherryburn

Things to see and do

The Dunkey Sheep

Have your very own Thomas Bewick print 

Thomas Bewick was ahead of his time. Using Box Wood and patiently carving intricately detailed pictures into the blocks of wood, he created masterpieces of all shapes and sizes. Now, you can have your very own. The National Trust doesn't use his original blocks very often, however we do love to celebrate his work. If you would like to own a piece of Bewick's art too, then take a look at what's on offer

Cherryburn

What's on

Upcoming events

Heritage Open Days - free entry

Sat 21 Sep 2019
11:00-17:00
Visit Cherryburn free of charge as part of Heritage Open Days

Hibernation helpers - October half term

Mon 28 Oct 2019
11:00-15:00
Become a hibernation helper in time for winter

Haunted: Ghost Story Readings for Halloween

Sat 02 Nov 2019
19:30-21:30
A favourite pastime of Thomas Bewick's was to entertain himself and his family with ghost stories read around the fire. Follow his lead and listen to a trio of haunting tales at Cherryburn, lead by Demi Paradise Productions.

Two day wood engraving workshop with Chris Daunt

Sat 30 Nov 2019
09:00-17:00
Join Chris Daunt, expert wood engraver and Chairman of the Society of Wood Engravers, for a two-day workshop where you will learn wood engraving techniques and produce an engraving. Suitable for beginners and those with experience. 30 Nov - 1 Dec.

Wreath making workshop

Thu 05 Dec 2019
10:00-13:00
Join us when we're usually closed to weave a decorate a unique willow wreath
Cherryburn

Get involved

A visitor and print demonstrator in the press room

Get involved at the birthplace of Thomas Bewick

Print demonstrators, events assistants and visitor experience volunteers all help keep Cherryburn as special as it is. Interested in having a go? Find out more about our volunteering opportunities here:

Cherryburn

Places to stay

Stay for longer in Northumberland

Cherryburn

Art and collections

Our collections

Explore the objects and works of art we care for at Cherryburn on the National Trust Collections website