Clustered around its market place and medieval Abbey, Hexham features glorious Victorian buildings overlooking the park and historic buildings dotted around town, home to art galleries, pubs, cinema, quirky music venues and much more.
Housed in a striking Victorian building facing the park, the Queen’s Hall Arts Centre boasts a 350-seat theatre and two galleries, showing a busy programme of music, drama, dance, film, arts and...
Fair Trade goods emporium stocking items from across the globe.
Gallery, photography studio and bespoke one to one photography lessons.
Hand-crafted jewellery studio.
Fine art gallery, sales and art supplies retailer
Bespoke handmade gifts and local crafts.
Fine art gallery and sales. Antiques and furniture retailer
Three floors of vintage goods from individual dealers.
Housed in a glorious Art Deco building which has been a cinema since 1937, the Forum is a community-owned cinema with a full programme of new releases and old favourites, live transmissions from...
Creative glass gallery and shop.
Step into the oldest purpose-built prison in England. Descend into the dungeon, peer into the gloom and imagine confinement in the dark awaiting trial in the nearby Moothall. Meet the gaoler to...
Completed in AD678, Hexham Abbey is one of the earliest seats of Christianity in England and remains at the heart of the town to this day. Discover treasures and artefacts that span the ages,...
Working artist's studio. Art workshops and courses. Studio hire.
Pottery producing handmade English terracotta plant pots
Contemporary paint-your-own ceramics studio.
Art and gifts retailer. Online shop.
Not-for-profit, community focused music organisation offering a music shop, lessons/workshops/events and DVD/music rental
Bespoke, unique, hand painted glassware.
Gallery and photography studio offering photography lessons and workshops
This large stone archway on Cowgarth, leading off Market Street, is all that remains of the main Priory Gatehouse, where the canons defended the priory of Hexham against Henry VIII’s men in 1536...