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22 February 2024 - 22 February 2024

5:30PM - 6:30PM

Palace Green Library, Durham, DH1 3RN

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Find out more about the Durham World Heritage Site.

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Photograph of the Gaia globe installation in Durham Cathedral.

Durham World Heritage Site was among the first to be inscribed by UNESCO in 1986. In this talk, Senior Manager, Anne Allen considers what has changed and how the new management plan celebrates the natural and intangible heritage as well as preserving and protecting the buildings and collections for the next generation.

Free and all welcome, please book through Eventbrite or by calling Palace Green Library on 0191 334 2932. 

Open to all, this engaging talk forms part of the Thursday Twilight Openings at Palace Green Library. These talks cover the breadth and depth of Durham University's diverse museums and collections, including Archive and Special Collections, Art Collection, Cosin's Library, Durham Castle Museum, Museum of Archaeology, and Oriental Museum.

You can also extend your visit by exploring the World Heritage Visitor Centre and the Museum of Archaeology, both open until 7pm during the Twilight Openings. 


Free and all welcome.

Where and when

Palace Green Library