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Booking your visit to Cherrybury

Thomas Bewick's farmhouse and garden at Cherryburn, Northumberland
Thomas Bewick's farmhouse at Cherryburn | © National Trust Images/Chris Lacey

Discover how to book your ticket to visit Cherryburn to visit the cottage, farmhouse and garden, as well as what to do on arrival and how to change your booking.

How to book your visit

  • We ask visitors to book visits in advance.
  • Every Thursday we release new bookings for visits the following week.
  • Entry and parking is free for members, but please bring your membership card with you. Non-members will need to pay in advance.
  • Please book one ticket per person, except for children aged 5 or under as they don't need a ticket.
  • You'll need to choose a 30-minute arrival time for the day you want to visit. The timeslot is for your arrival time only.
  • Bookings are for your use only and are not available for resale.
  • We'll send your booking confirmation by email. Please make sure you fill in your correct email address when you book to ensure you receive your confirmation email.

Book your visit

Click here to book a visit

Changing your booking

If you set up an account when you made your booking, you will be able to amend the date/time of your booking online up to 24 hours before the date of your visit, or by calling 0344 249 1895

If you are a member and can no longer attend, please let us know by giving us a call on 0344 249 1895

Arriving at Cherryburn

  • Please have your booking details and membership card to hand when you arrive.
  • Visitors are asked to arrive at the start of your 30-minute timeslot, late arrivals may not be admitted.
  • We offer a tailored outdoor introduction to the property – if you are late you may miss this.
  • Please come dressed for the weather, with sturdy footwear.
Visitor watching a printing demonstration in action in the Thomas Bewick farmstead museum, Cherryburn, Northumberland

Book your visit

Please note you need to book tickets to Cherryburn. You can book for today up until 8am. Every Thursday time slots will be available for the next 14 days.

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