Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Durham Visitor Centre to be home of university’s Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies

The University of Durham has opened a new £1.25m visitor centre, which will highlight Durham Cathedral and Castle, and be home to its Institute of Medieval and Renaissance Studies.

The World Heritage Site Visitor Centre, based in the former Durham University Almshouses on Owengate, Durham City, will provide visitors with an overview of the UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Click here to read this article from Medievalists.net