Around 1,000 portions of fish and chips were sold for just 4p in York at the opening of the National Fish & Chip Museum.
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The new V&A Dundee has welcomed half a million visitors through its doors – hitting the milestone almost six months earlier than expected.
A replica First World War trench aimed at teaching people about the horrors of conflict has had its official opening.
An Aberdeen museum has opened a replica First World War trench in hopes of teaching people about battlefield living conditions.
Council bosses are in the process of appointing a contractor to transform one of Aberdeen’s oldest buildings into a tourist attraction.
Visitors will get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of museum life at the V&A’s new Olympic Park venue.
A north-east museum is celebrating its 20th year – with an exhibition of how much has changed.
Stephen Hawking’s intellectual prowess was an inspiration to many, resulting in a number of things being named after him.
A museum is teaming up with one of the world’s largest antique and art auctioneers to raise funds for the future.
Google has found a novel way of making an educational tool go viral – by adding a selfie feature to its free Arts and Culture app.
Sports centres, libraries and museums in the North-east are facing the threat of closure because of a “devastating” multi-million-pound rates bombshell.
Interesting and unusual light bulbs have received a new lease of life, thanks to a museum curator’s amusing tweets.
An under-threat Aberdeen museum will host a series of fundraising events in a bid to secure its future.
Aberdeen City Council will investigate if it can provide financial support to help keep a well-known museum open.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum has officially launched its 20th anniversary appeal to raise £300,000 in three years.
A regimental museum is launching a £300,000 fundraiser in an effort to secure its future.
I am lucky to live in one of the most beautiful parts of the world, with ancient castles, soaring mountains and stunning coastlines.
Plans to extend a 16th century museum could lead to "increased nuisance parking" on a harbour pier, it has been claimed.
An Aberdeen museum which tracks the history of the North-east's most cherished military units is preparing to mark its 20th anniversary.
A popular attraction has unveiled plans to get its visitor numbers soaring.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum is to lose its Ministry of Defence funding.