What’s On

 

Throughout the 2017 season the museum will be hosting a range of special events and themed weekends. Check this page out on a regular basis to follow the exciting programme as it takes shape over the next few months. Whilst we make every effort to keep this calendar up to date, occasionally changes to the programme and cancellations of events may take place due to circumstances outside our control. If there is an event that you are particularly interested in, or a re-enactment group scheduled to appear that you would particularly like to see, it is always recommended that you telephone the museum in advance to avoid disappointment.

If you would be interested in hosting or organising an event at Murton Park, please contact us via enquiries@murtonpark.co.uk to discuss your ideas.

Throughout the season, the Derwent Valley Light Railway will run a scheduled service for visitors every Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday (no additional charge).

 

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Event Planner 2017

Throughout the season, the museum will be open to visitors seven days a week. The Farmhouse Kitchen cafe will be open Thursday – Sunday each week, with additional opening for some special events. During term-time weekdays access to the living history sites of the Danelaw Centre for Living History will be limited. The Derwent Valley Light Railway will be operating passenger trains on Sundays and Bank Holiday Mondays throughout the season. 

 

May Half term week – The museum will be open to visitors every day and some there will be some living history activities run by a member of the education team during the weekday mornings and afternoons from MONDAY to THURSDAY inclusive.
Jun 18th June. Fathers day, Vintage Vehicle display.
July Watch this space for news about a variety of re-enactment groups on site.
August Sunday 6th August. Tractor Ted special event!

Come and see Tractor Ted at Murton Park. Ted’s bouncy castle will be here, together with the Digger Den and activity trail. Come and have a go at the ancient sport of Welly Wanging! Lots of fun for the while family. Click Here for further details.

Schools out summer holiday activities

 

September

Watch this space for news about a variety of re-enactment groups on site.
October 29th October. Museum closes for winter.
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