Redhills - Durham Miners Hall - guided tours are running from this May Bank Holiday - here's the information on when they're running and how to buy tickets.

The Redhills guided tours will take visitors around "The Pitmen's Parliament" - a unique building and one of Historic England's 100 Irreplaceable Places.

The programme of Redhills guided tours is the first in the 103-year history of Durham Miners Hall.

Guides will take visitors to explore The Pitman's Parliament, where elected delegates from each of Durham’s collieries met for generations. The tour will also include the rooms and corridors of Redhills which serve as a living archive of labour movement history and culture.

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When are the Redhills Durham guided tours?

There are tours on Sunday May 5, Sunday June 2 and Wednesday June 5 2019, from 1-2.30pm.

How long do Durham Miners Hall tours last?

The Pitmen's Parliament tours - which are being run in conjunction with mining and labour heritage organisation Education 4 Action (E4A) - last 90 minutes. Places are limited to 15 people per tour.

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How much do the Redhills guided tour tickets cost?

A standard ticket costs £5, with unwaged priced at £3. A solidarity ticket is £10 for those able to contribute more.
All tickets include a Redhills booklet worth £2 and proceeds will go to The Redhills Appeal – the DMA campaign to renew the Miners Hall as a centre of education, heritage and culture.

How do I book a Redhills guided tour?

You can buy your tickets online at the Redhills booking page.

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