British Aviation Preservation Council

19 Acton Place, High Heaton
Newcastle upon Tyne NE7 7RL

The British Aviation Preservation Council links national, local authority, independent and service museums with private collections, voluntary groups and other organisations in the advancement of aviation preservation.

Mining Institute

Neville Hall, Westgate Road
Newcastle-upon-Tyne NE1 1SE

The Mining Institute, a registered charity, is situated in the heart of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and is housed in Neville Hall, a Grade II* listed building. Outstanding gothic library richly decorated.

Newcastle Community Heritage Project

Ouseburn Regeneration Centre, Spiller
Newcastle & Gateshead

The Newcastle Community Heritage Project works with residents, local groups, schools and visitors to create opportunities for celebrating cultural heritage and community history.

North East Bus Museum

Postal address only: 8 Seaburn Hill
Sunderland SR6 8BS

The North East Bus Preservation Trust (NEBPT) is a group of over 130 bus and coach enthusiasts dedicated to preserving the vehicles and heritage of the North East of England. At the present time the North East Bus Preservation Trust has three buildings used for storage and workshop facilities. The North East Bus Preservation Trust currently owns 17 vehicles and we also maintain a list of preserved buses. During the Winter months we hold indoor meetings, with regular slide shows/videos and occasionally a guest speaker from within the transport industry. From Spring onwards we try to arrange evening trips in a preserved vehicle belonging to the trust, or a bus kindly offered by an owner member.

Northumberland & Durham Family History Society

2nd Floor, Bolbec Hall, Westgate Road
Newcastle-upon-Tyne NE1 1SE

The society, founded in 1975, promotes interest in family history amongst its members and the general public. We invite you to consider joining and to visit our Research Centre at Percy House with its library and search room.

Trinity House

Broad Chare
Newcastle & Gateshead NE1 3DQ

Trinity House, Newcastle, is a maritime organisation, dedicated to safe navigation and welfare of seamen. Established in 1492, the organisation was granted a Royal Charter of Incorporation in 1536 by King Henry VIII and has operated by Royal Charter ever since. The house also maintains the buildings and preserves the heritage and ancient traditions of this unique organisation. The buildings forming the Trinity House complex include the private Brethrens Chapel, 1505; the entrance hall, 1800; the Banqueting Hall and Board Room, 1721.