Finding museums and galleries in your region

North East 

The Culture Bridge North East directory will help you find the great arts and cultural organisations across the North East that all have something amazing to offer your school. 

Yorkshire and the Humber 

Discover arts and culture organisations using the We Are Ive database.

North West 

Culture Hubs is an online directory, designed to make it easier for staff in schools and youth settings to connect with the resources and expertise available in arts, culture and heritage organisations in the North West.


LookUp, the culture search for London schools, provides teachers with a central point of information to quickly and easily search and connect with London’s arts and cultural organisations. 


Search for NPOs, Music Hubs, Museums & Heritage, Libraries, Arts Award Supporters and Artsmark schools across in the East with Festival Bridge (Cambridgeshire, Norfolk, Peterborough and Suffolk) 

South East  

Search to connecting connect with arts and cultural organisations across the South East. You can also filter by art and culture forms and ages. 

South West 

RIO supports organisations all across the South West to deliver excellent cultural education for children and young people. South West organisations are listed on the Arts and Culture Near Me pages of their website. 

West Midlands  

Use the Arts Connect Cultural Directory to look for organisations and artists to work with in your school or setting based on their art form, age group and proximity to your location (UK-wide). You can also view which organisations are Artsmark Partners, and Arts Award Centres and Supporters. 


Filter by location to searchfor venues using the YouthLink Scotland Arts Directory 

Wales is the all-Wales culture and education matchmaking service, connecting educators and schools to creatives and cultural organisations, to spark pupils’ creativity. 

Arts Award centres 

Search business, arts and cultural organisation, school or youth organisations registered to deliver Arts Award. 

Children’s Art Week is run by Engage, the National Association for Gallery Education and supported in 2020 by Arts Council England, Creative Scotland, Arts Council of Wales, The D’Oyly Carte Charitable Trust and Garfield Weston Foundation.

This event is open to the public.