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Below is a list of the top Middlesbrough Attractions with Websites , Phone Numbers , Images and links to Reviews and Maps.

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Captain Cook Birthplace Museum
This modern museum is situated close to where Cook's birthplace cottageused to be, in Stewart Park, in the Marton area of Middlesbrough. The museum tells the story of one of the world's top navigators through themed galleries. Free entry. Situated about 3 miles south of Middlesbrough centre. Phone number 01642 311 211.
captcook-ne.co.uk . TS7 8AT

Roseberry Topping
Roseberry Topping is the second largest hill on the North York Moors. It is run by the National Trust attracting many hill walkers with good parking. It is situated within the North York Moors National Park, about 10 miles south of Middlesbrough centre, about 1 mile outside the scenic village of Great Ayton .Phone number 01723 870 423.
Website . wiki . Map

Middlesbrough Town Hall
The town hall was designed by George Hoskins and built between 1883 and 1887. As well as being a fine building to view, it hosts a large number of concerts throughout the year. Situated in Middlesbrough centre. Phone number 01642 729 729.
Website . TS1 2QJ

Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art mima
mima is one of the UK's top galleries for modern and contemporary art. The landmark building, designed by Erick van Egeraat Architects, is situated in the centre of Middlesbrough, opened on the 27th January 2007. Has a cafe serving hot and cold food. Entry free. Phone number 01642 931 232.
Website . TS1 2AZ

Dorman Museum
The museum offers eight themed display galleries, such as: natural history, geology, social history and Victorian arts and crafts. Entry free. Situated 0.6 of a mile south of Middlesbrough centre on Linthorpe Road at Albert Park. Phone number 01642 813 781.
Website . TS5 6LA

Albert Park
The Park has a Visitor's Centre, Roller Skating Rink, Cafe, Swan hire on the Lake, Tennis Courts, Bowling Greens, Play Areas, Bandstand and more. Some activities are seasonal. Situated off Linthorpe Road about 0.6 of a mile south of Middlesbrough centre. Phone number 01642 819 808.
Website . TS1 3LB

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Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge
The Middlesbrough Transporter Bridge is one of the most notable structures in the town, completed in 1911. The bridge now has a visior centre and tours are available for a small fee. Abseilers and Bungee Jumps are catered for. Situated about 1 mile north of Middlesbrough centre. Phone number 01642 727 265.
Website . TS2 1PL

MFC Riverside Stadium Tours
Tours of the Riverside Stadium are popular Boro fans and visitors to the town. Tours include the home dressing room, away dressing room, refs room, the tunnel, and press room. Tour about £6, concession £3. Situated just over 1 mile northeast of Middlesbrough centre. Phone number 0844 499 6789.
Website . TS3 6RS

Middlesbrough Theatre
Middlesbrough Theatre, that used to be the Little Theatre, was opened in 1957 by Sir John Gielgud. The theatre has 486 seats, and has a wide variety of performances such as big bands, stand-up comedy and full-scale amateur musicals. Situated just over 1 mile south of Middlesbrough centre on The Avenue. Phone number 01642 815 181.
Website . TS5 6SA

Tees Barrage
The Tees Barrage is a Barrage across the River Tees to control the flow of the river. The river here is used for activities such as canoeing, jet skiing, and dragon boat racing. The barrage also has a 1km rowing course. Situated 3 miles west of Middlesbrough centre. Phone number 01642 678000.
Website . wiki . Flickr . TS17 6QB

Ormesby Hall
This Georgeian Hall was home to the Pennyman family for almost 400 years. It now attracts visitors for its Victorian kitchen and laundry, gardens and estate walks. Entry about £3.50 to £7. Situated about 4 milese southeast of Middlesbrough centre. Phone number 01642 324 188.
Website . TS7 9AS

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Preston Hall Museum & Park
Built in 1825, Preston Hall was a Georgian gentleman's residence. The house and grounds were opened as Preston Hall Museum and Park in 1953. The museum has a Victorian Street and many artifacts from the Victorian era. Free admission. Situated about 6 miles south of Middlebrough centre off Yarm Road. Phone number 01642 527 375.
Website . TS18 3RH

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Butterfly World at Preston Park
Butterfly World is a tropical environment to ensure a healthy progression throughout the life cycle of the butterfly. The large glasshouse is full of hundreds of types of butterfly, small, large and every colour. There is also a reptile house and mercats. Situated about 6 miles south of Middlebrough centre off Yarm Road. Entry about £3 to £4. Phone number 01642 791 414.
Website . TS18 3RH

Teesside Karting
The world's longest kart circuit home of the British 24-hour kart race and has been developed into a multipurpose venue for karts, bikes and cars to suit 8 to 80 years old. Phone number 01642 231 117. The Redcar Speedway is next door with meetings throughout the year.
Website . TS6 6XH

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Kirkleatham Museum
The museum has a wide range of activities such as hands on craft activities, childhood memories exhibition, images, artifacts from the local Ironstone Mining, Anglo-Saxon jewellery found in the area, cafe and more. Free entry. Situated about 8 miles east of Middlesbrough centre. Phone number 01642 479 500.
Website . TS10 5NW

Kirkleatham Owl Centre
The Centre is home to a large collection of owls, hawks, vultures, meerkats, mongooses, a Caracara named Stanley, a talking Raven named Merlin, and a Kookaburra. It is amazing just how large some owls are. Entry about £2 to £3.50. Situated about 8 miles east of Middlesbrough centre. Phone number 01642 480 512.
Website . TS10 5NW

Redcar Beach is 9 miles east and Saltburn Beach 12 miles southeast.


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