THE DORMAN MUSEUM
Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough TS5 6LA Directions
Geological, Displays, Social History, Family Activities, Exhibitions, Educational and Learning Programs, Workshops, Events, School and Group Visits, Archaeological, Botanical, Shops, Linthorpe Art Pottery, Coins and Medals, Decorative Arts, Costume and Textiles Collections, Photography, Guided Tours & Tearoom
The Dorman Museum explores Middlesbrough through natural and social history and features comprehensive exhibits devoted to Linthorpe Art Pottery, produced locally in the late 1800s and the pre-eminent Victorian artist. The museum offers a wide range of permanent display rooms, as well as additional amenities such as on-site Victorian tearoom, a museum shop selling exclusive Dresser merchandise, and an educational suite. They offer ample free parking around the museum and two disabled parking bays at the front of the museum.
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CAPTAIN COOK BIRTHPLACE MUSEUM
Stewart Park, Marton, Middlesbrough TS7 8AT Directions
Educational and Learning Programs, Education Suite and Resources, Collections, Resolution Resources Room, School and Group Visits, Tours, Exhibitions, Workshops, Displays, Gift Shop & Cafe
Captain Cook Birthplace Museum is a purpose-built building close to the urn on Cook's Stewart Park cottage site. They offer theme showrooms, temporary exhibitions, associated events and activities, and a lively educational program. Disabled access and special services like the discovery room and endeavour room are available throughout.
Price: Adult £4
Families (2 adults + 2 children) £10
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Dockside Road, Middlesbrough TS3 6RS Directions
Concert, Watch Televised Matches, Arena, Premier League, Football Club's, International Matches, Leagues, Playground, Women's National Football Team, Live Music & Games
Riverside Stadium is a Middlesbrough England football stadium. The stadium is a proud and bold statement of the progressive thinking of Middlesbrough Football Club and its vision for the future. Its current capacity is 34,742, all seated, while temporary planning permission is in place to increase it to 42,000. The stadium has become one of the Middlesbrough skyline's landmarks, towering above the Tees, east of downtown. The Club has worked to improve services at the Riverside Stadium for disabled supporters.