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Captain Cook Birthplace Museum

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Captain Cook Birthplace Museum

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Stewart Park, Marton-in-Cleveland, Middlesbrough TS7 8AT England
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MrsJD2007 wrote a review Apr 2020
Middlesbrough, United Kingdom2,165 contributions233 helpful votes
Visited one Sunday Morning and it was all shut up. There was no sign advising of opening hours so not sure if closed for the season or permanently but looked al.ost empty. Cafe and toilets were open.
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Date of experience: April 2020
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111TWIGAMINHAAFRIKA wrote a review Nov 2019
Bristol, United Kingdom5,630 contributions595 helpful votes
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Fascinating museum that takes no prisoners, this is a true and factual account of who Captain Cook was, what he achieved and at a point in history that was brutal but such an adventure. Something for all the family, inactive areas, a shop, cafe and good facilities. Educational visit, met with a friendly welcome.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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David G wrote a review Oct 2019
Lisburn, United Kingdom45 contributions9 helpful votes
Visited here this week with friends for coffee. Very pleasant. Good coffee and decent value. The setting and surroundings are very nice.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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thedaphneholmes wrote a review Oct 2019
Poole, United Kingdom195 contributions50 helpful votes
Well presented and very informative. Would be great for children too. Set in a beautiful park which would be ideal to picnic in and spend the rest of the day,
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Date of experience: October 2019
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CVlincs wrote a review Aug 2019
Lincoln, United Kingdom90 contributions17 helpful votes
The museum is in the heart of Stewart park. This is a good sized park with a adventure playground for primary school age or younger children and large grassed areas to play. There is a large car park that was free. The museum is a short walk from the car park. The entry fee for the museum is £10 for a family which we felt was reasonable. The museum told the story of Captain cook starting at the house that he was born in and then told the story of his life up to his death. The museum told the story with a mix of models, information panels and replica items in cabinets. I felt that the section inside the boat really gave you a feel for the life that the sailors would have had. I knew very little about Him before the visit but now understand what he achieved and the life he had.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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