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Stewart Park

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Stewart Park

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The Grove, Marton, Middlesbrough TS7 8AR England
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Private Tour - Captain Cook Country from York
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Private Tour - Captain Cook Country from York

To commemorate the 250th anniversary of Captain Cook's first Voyage of Discovery, this Private Guided Day Trip from York (for up to 4, 8 or 15 passengers) provides the opportunity to follow in his footsteps through Captain Cook Country to the seaside town of Whitby. Visit the village of Marton where James Cook was born then learn about his formative years in Great Ayton before seeing the picturesque fishing village of Staithes, where the young Cook first experienced local seafaring and smuggling traditions. Enjoy free time in Whitby, where Captain Cook trained in the merchant navy, with options to visit Whitby's newest attraction, The Endeavour Experience (one of only two full size replicas of the HM Bark Endeavour in existence), The Captain Cook Memorial Museum, Whitby Abbey, take a short trip out to sea on the Bark Endeavour scale replica of Cook's famous vessel, or just explore the port and experience English Fish & Chips - the choice is yours!
$475.16 per adult
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944smog wrote a review Oct 2020
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom220 contributions56 helpful votes
Fantastic place to come for a walk , lots of paths okay equipment for the kids ,duck ponds and lots of squirrels. Cafe is very nuce
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Richard S wrote a review Sep 2020
United Kingdom22 contributions13 helpful votes
It’s a great park spoiled by some dog owners who don’t clean up. I hate cleaning dog poo off my grandchildren shoes or cloths and it happens regularly. Many dogs are left off the lead but as of to-date I have not seen any incidents. I have see adults smoking on the children’s rides, serious both the couple had cigs sticking out there mouths while attending a child. Litter disposal is a issue with some but the park in general is second to none.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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nannieLynne wrote a review Aug 2020
50 contributions13 helpful votes
we used to bring our daughter here as a child and now we visit with our granddaughter who loves the play area and walking round the ponds to see the ducks.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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durham05 wrote a review Aug 2020
Durham, United Kingdom1,170 contributions411 helpful votes
Lovely park on a warm summers day. Woodlands along with geese filled lakes and of course there is the Captain Cook museum although currently closed. Quite a lot of graffiti on one of the folly which really needs sorting but otherwise very nice. Well worth a look.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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AngelaG wrote a review Aug 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom1,391 contributions211 helpful votes
Our grandsons loved this park last year when they visited and it was a favourite this time too. The park is very big with a large play area, James Cooke museum, lake with water fowl, 2 cafes, lots of grassy areas and a large carpark.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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