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There are various venues for exhibitions in Berwick where you can find Berwick artists producing and exhibiting Art in Berwick, as well as installations from other Northumberland artists and beyond.

The Granary Gallery is located within the Granary building off Bridge Street, along with Berwick YHA and the Granary Bistro. The Gallery is open Wed-Sun 11am-5pm during exhibition dates.

Berwick Watchtower has opened as a gallery to house the work of Ian Stephenson, along with a selection of paintings from Kate and Ian Stephenson's private collection and a changing programme of exhibitions by guest artists, open during exhibitions; Thursday-Sunday, 12noon-4pm. Please note, the Watchtower is closing to the public from 6th Nov 2017, it will re-open with a major show of the work of Ian Stephenson in due course.

The Gymnasium Gallery  is adjacent to the Barracks Museum complex by the Elizabethan Town Walls. The Gallery is open Wed-Sun 11am-5pm during exhibition dates (Seasonal gallery Easter-October).

For Lowry fans, don't miss the 'Lowry Trail' which is a self-guided tour of Berwick, walking in the footsteps of the great matchstick-men painter.

To buy some local artist’s work, head to Bridge Street to find Berwick based artists selling their own pieces alongside other well-known Northumbrian artists work. Visit The Framing Gallery and Sallyport Gallery. Berwick Tourist Information Centre on Marygate, also sells a range of work by local artists and craftspeople.

Berwick Arts and Crafts Group  promotes information about forthcoming exhibitions, talks and workshops in photography, art, textiles, woodwork and much more, along with details of local craft fairs and groups in the area.

Many of Berwick’s Artists also take part in the Crossing Borders Art Trail, which takes place at the end of August each year.

The Tower House Pottery is located in Tweedmouth and is home to Peter and Margaret Thomas, who run a small studio pottery, producing earthenware based on traditional English slipware. Having lived in Berwick since 1976, they produce beautifully illustrated ceramics reflecting this picturesque location.

Dockside Gallery by the docks in Tweedmouth on the south bank of the River Tweed exhibits orginal artworks as well as hosting guest artists painting on location.


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Berwick-upon-Tweed Tourist Information Centre

(upstairs in the library)
TD15 1DB

+44 01670 622155

Welcome to Chain Bridge Honey Farm
Nature and Wildlife
Showroom detailing beekeeping, the history and biology of honeybees, wasps and bumble bees. An observation hive, a range of honey based products, vintage vehicles and a cafe.
Berwick TIC
Tours, Tour Guides and Courses

Friendly - Informative - Easy Walking.

Ramparts & Hidden Berwick tour takes place at 11am Monday-Friday (Easter-October) starting from Berwick Tourist Information Centre.

Granary Gallery
Museums and galleries

The Granary Gallery is located in the newly restored Granary building, which also houses Berwick YHA and a bistro.

Gallery open Wed-Sun during exhibitions, find out more: www.berwickvisualarts.co.uk 

Barracks Entrance
Museums and galleries

Berwick Barracks, among the first in England to be purpose-built, were begun in 1717 to the design of the distinguished architect Nicholas Hawksmoor. Today the Barracks houses three museums.

Auction House Berwick
Shopping Centre

The Antique Centre Berwick is a Auction House and Antique centre, with a chalk paint centre and Coffee house. The centre also hosts events.

Inside the Art Centre
Museums and galleries

A creative experience with a range of crafts - something for all ages. A cafe and restaurant with home baking and a country shop. Outdoor play park and fishing available.

Town Hall Darren Chapman
Museums and galleries

A Town Hall has stood on this site since at least the 16th century. Begun in 1750, this building stands majestically at the south end of Marygate.

Tours, Tour Guides and Courses

L S Lowry (1887 - 1976) visited the town of Berwick many times from the mid-1930's until the summer before he died. The Berwick Lowry Trail identifies the sites of many of his finest paintings and drawings of the town.

Main Guard Museum
Museums and galleries

The Main Guard is a Georgian Guard House near the quay; it displays ‘The Story of a Border Garrison Town’ exhibition and is supported by Berwick Civic Society.

Paxton Exterior
Historic sites

Paxton House is more than just a fantastic 18th Century Adam Country House. Enjoy the finest of 5 star destinations with stunning, antique furniture, picture Gallery, Restaurant and Gift shop facilities, families welcome! 

Paxton House will open on 17th March 2018, from 10am-5pm daily, until 4th November 2018.

Andrew Major
Museums and galleries

Gallery by the dock on Tweedmouth's Main St. Fresh accessible contemporary paintings and unusual delightful small presents, cards and prints. 

Outside Gymnasium Gallery
Museums and galleries

Contemporary art gallery with a programme of events by Berwick Visual Arts.

Check out our What's On Section for exhibition details.

Guided Tour
Tours, Tour Guides and Courses

Derek Sharman’s friendly and informative guided walking tours start from Berwick Tourist Information Centre around Berwick town and its unique Elizabethan ramparts and bastions.

Peg loom weaving with plant dyed wool
Experiences and workshops

Workshops and courses offered - discover natural dyes, eco printing, indigo & Shibori and weaving.  Be inspired by rock, sea and sky!



Scene inside Regimental Museum Kings Own Scottish Borderers
Museums and galleries

The King's Own Scottish Borderers regimental museum with uniforms, medals, silver and weapons telling the story of the regiment from 1689 until the present day.

Watchtower Gallery
Museums and galleries

The Watchtower gallery houses the work of Ian Stephenson, along with paintings from Kate and Ian's private collection, and an exhibition space for other artists.

Please note, the Watchtower is closing to the public from 6th Nov 2017, it will re-open with a major show of the work of Ian Stephenson in due course.

Tower House brushes
Arts & Crafts Shop

Margaret and Peter create highly decorated ceramics with drawings using the technique known as sgraffito. These are mainly floral designs, or images reflecting Berwick-upon-Tweed.

Tower House Pottery is open all year by appointment.

Framing Gallery
Museums and galleries

The Framing Gallery is situated at the start of the Lowry Trail and is run by, and features the work of, Berwick artist 'A Scott Robertson'. As well as Scott's work, you will find the work of guest artists and a bespoke framing service.

Visitors with the family guide
Museums and galleries

Located within Berwick Barracks, it is home to the stunning Berwick Burrell Collection of art & ceramics plus historical town artefacts.

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