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#1 of 5 things to do in Thornaby on Tees
Love this place great value for money and food is always nice, even better than I can join in with my little girl by helping her around the soft play, keep up the good work!
Both her and her friends had good play before sitting down to eat in the special party room which is decorated with lots of coloured lights.

RSPB Saltholme

Middlesbrough, UK 5.6 mi away
#3 of 46 things to do in Middlesbrough
There is a brilliant visitor centre with activities for children and great viewing area, excellent café overlooking one of the lakes where we able to watch a kestrel hovering and hunting nearby while we had our sn...
There is a lovely cafe providing excellent 'home cooked' food, really heartwarming dishes, reasonably priced and very welcoming after a cold breezy visit!

Preston Park Museum & Grounds

Eaglescliffe 1.4 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Eaglescliffe
Picnic tables and benches spread throughout the park Enjoyed a visit to Museum with ticket lasting for a whole year which is tremendous value and a lovely gift shop will prices starting very reasonably good choice...
Fantastic day out for both adults and children our children loved the park even thought the museum was great and enjoyed the letter treasure hunt they were fascinated with all of the old items they seen

Tees Transporter Bridge

Middlesbrough, UK 4.3 mi away
#2 of 46 things to do in Middlesbrough
We walked all the way up the stairs to the top of the bridge and Frank kept us enthralled with stories, anecdotes and an amazing knowledge of both the bridge and the surrounding area!
There's a visitor centre/museum on the Boro side, that is only a half mile walk from the actual town centre if you are on foot, and on the Haverton Hill side it's only a short drive to the wonderful RSPB wetland a...

Ropner Park

Stockton-on-Tees, UK 1.7 mi away
#2 of 27 things to do in Stockton-on-Tees
Fantastically restored Victoria park well maintained with cafe that does real home made food & cakes, band stand with live music, duck pond (you can buy feed from cafe 15p a bag) clean play area, tennis courts, Do...
Beautiful park with lots of green space a lake with wildlife children's play area and cafe Ideal for a picnic on a sunny day my granddaughter loves this park

Stewart Park

Marton, UK 4.3 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Marton
Fantastic park, very busy plenty to see for all ages, children’s play area, large lake with ducks and geese, lots of local history including Captain Cook and lots of events, a must to visit.
Play Park and farmers markets on a weekend, lovely cafe, and museum, duck pond to feed the ducks, ice cream van in summer, animals to see, lots to do lots of fun!!

HMS Trincomalee

Hartlepool, UK 10.1 mi away
#1 of 23 things to do in Hartlepool
There is available an excellent written guide to HMS Trincomalee which I would recommend you buy on your visit as there are only guided tours of the ship during the winter, the rest of the time you board the ship...
The National Museum of the Royal Navy in Hartlepool had everything that you could ask for; a fascinating ship, very interesting displays, friendly staff and yes, the usual very good coffee shop !

Hardwick Park

Sedgefield, UK 10.3 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Sedgefield
Play Area: Clean and safe (all of them) Picnic Area: Also clean and safe, plenty of bins around Overall Park: Great walks, plenty to see and do with the children.
Lovely walk around the park, plenty of parking, spaces, lovely safe play area and picnic tables.
#2 of 23 things to do in Hartlepool
Day out absolutely brilliant we'll worth the money and you get to go back again and again, the museum was fabulous brilliant detail coffee shop lovely staff very helpful, will definitely return
This was our first-time visit to the National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool We experienced an excellent guided tour on the sailing ship with Captain Lee Museum was free but you paid for the tour and entry in...

Kirkleatham Museum

Redcar, UK 9.4 mi away
#2 of 11 things to do in Redcar
... has lots to interest all ages also has a lovely play area /cafe and for a small fee u can go in the owl centre which has displays and petting days meerkats picnic areas a lovely place to visit had great day
... a lift for disabled people which is good plenty about the wars and Romans lots to see and at the end of your day his a little cafe to have a refreshing cuppa and something to eat..don't forget get the gift shop!!
#1 of 11 things to do in Redcar
Great place to visit lots of local maritime history and photography on display as well as the newly refurbished Zealand life boat the oldest in the world, this place is well worth a few hours of your time, I highl...
This was a fascinating little museum that houses the world’s oldest lifeboat as well as many photographs and exhibits connected with lifeboat history and local history.

Butterfly World

Stockton-on-Tees, UK 1.5 mi away
#3 of 27 things to do in Stockton-on-Tees
We had a lovely time wandering around with the beautiful butterflies the children were so delighted spotting all the different types of butterflies & the cocoons as well as the little birds.
My daughter loves butterflies so I’d thought I’d treat her to butterfly world, it was great as it’s just next to Preston park, there were lots of different butterflies all flying around which she loved.

Cod Beck Reservoir

Osmotherley, UK 10.9 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Osmotherley
this is a most relaxing place for a picnic there is a nice steady walk around cod beck you must use the car parks otherwise the warden will give you a ticket if you park on the roadside they are very narrow lanes...
Lovely place, very nice paths, lots of benches, lovely scenery and a decent little car park.

Dorman Museum

Middlesbrough, UK 3.1 mi away
#5 of 46 things to do in Middlesbrough
Fantastic place to visit on a raining day and the best thing is its FREE!!! iTS GOT STACKS OF LOCAL HISTORY AND A COOL LITTLE TEA ROOM.
A very helpful gentleman on reception and FREE entry to the museum, we spent a couple of hours wandering around the different rooms and thoroughly enjoyed our time there.

Darlington Hippodrome

Darlington, UK 9.8 mi away
#2 of 23 things to do in Darlington
First visit since the refurbishment of the Hippodrome and what an excellent job .Very friendly , helpful staff and the London Festival Opera were superb .
The scenery was beautiful, someone is very talented, the outfits and there were numerous changes, were sublime and the talented cast had the audience engaged, young and old.

South Park

Darlington, UK 10.6 mi away
#5 of 23 things to do in Darlington
We went on a slightly chilly day , the river and bridge was a lovely walk and great for a game of pooh sticks, there was some lovely flower displays already for a chilly March day.
Great place to come with the family,to walk, picnic and play, or just relax.

Roseberry Topping

Middlesbrough, UK 8.2 mi away
#1 of 46 things to do in Middlesbrough
... climb, the walk to Roseberry Topping is also magnificent and is extremely well cared for by the National Trust, lots of walks leading over the moors, it is just breath taking a place that everyone should visit...
You can see along the hills to Captain Cooks Monument, the Wind Farms over at the coast and the rolling hills of the area and it really makes you appreciate what is on your doorstep in the north east.

Seaton Carew Beach

Hartlepool, UK 10.4 mi away
#6 of 23 things to do in Hartlepool
A lovely seaside town great for everyone a beautiful beach some great cafes and fantastic fish shops can have a good walk along the prom lovely hotels along the sea front a great day out
lovely beach a lot of work has been done in area over last few years plenty of places to eat long promenade good for walking and generally wheelchair accessible Recently found small pub which is quiet and allows d...

Kirkleatham Owl Center

Redcar, UK 9.4 mi away
#3 of 11 things to do in Redcar
A great family visit was had to the Owl centre.A wide range of Animals and Birds are on show.Including Owls Various birds of Prey,Meerkats, Rabits,Guinea Pigs.etc.Feeding time is great for the Kids.Very informativ...
There is a great play area for children and plenty of space for you to bring a picnic although there is somewhere to buy food on the premises as there is a museum here too.
#4 of 23 things to do in Darlington
anyone interested in trains and their history must visit this museum, the birthplace of the railway, good experienced staff to enhance your enjoyment of this unique Head of STEAM
Really interesting local history, the first every train for public use, 3rd class carriage and lots lots more.


Yarm 2.9 mi away
#1 of 14 things to do in Yarm
We had a fabulous Host Jess, who went through everything prior to entering the escape room, we had a really fun time together cracking the witching clues - would recommend- Thankyou from the eMma RIders 50s Club :)
We really enjoyed our visit, great group activity and the Cluedini were helpful during booking and friendly on the day.

Riverside Stadium

Middlesbrough, UK 5.1 mi away
#6 of 46 things to do in Middlesbrough
Great stadium, good seats with a great view, all staff really friendly as were the Boro supporters.
The club really have worked hard and achieved an excellent standard of family- friendly care.

Captain Cook Birthplace Museum

Middlesbrough, UK 4.1 mi away
#8 of 46 things to do in Middlesbrough
The museum is in an excellent position in the middle of a large park with a menagerie of animals and birds - so makes for a good day out for a family.
Set in a beautiful park which would be ideal to picnic in and spend the rest of the day,

Wynyard Woodland Park

Stockton-on-Tees, UK 6.0 mi away
#5 of 27 things to do in Stockton-on-Tees
A Sunday stroll along the Castle Eden Walkway is very pleasant for young and old, starting in the laden with history old train station, venturing further a field to Station Town, approximately a 14 mile round trip.
very nice cafe, and long walk down an old railway track, loads of birds and flowers at the right time of year, lots of bikers and dog walkers also use the track, I find it relaxing
#3 of 7 things to do in Guisborough
If you're a fan of hiking you can climb to the top of the woods and walk to roseberry topping or captain cooks monument which is a lovely walk with fantastic views.
Walked this morning with husband dog and 2 year old granddaughter plenty of interests pond small frogs the playground are particularly good .The volunteers do a brilliant job maintaing the area well done

Hartlepool Quay

Hartlepool, UK 11.2 mi away
#4 of 23 things to do in Hartlepool
HMS Trimcomalee is the oldest floating warship in the UK and has been beautifully restored, the surrounding buildings have examples of the maritime craftsmen at work plus hands on displays of life at sea and navig...
You then arrive at a pub, a restaurant and then the excellent National Museum of the Royal Navy and HMS Trincomalee and SS Wingfield Castle.
#3 of 14 things to do in Yarm
Debbie & her team are amazing very knowledgable, friendly & helpful such a wonderful experience for a family of all ages to enjoy together including my 14 year old grandson who really just wanted to stay in the car.
The Alpacas, Jerry the pig and the few sheep are extemely happy and all very well looked after, great job Debbie and team, thank you for an amazing experience.

Ormesby Hall

Middlesbrough, UK 4.3 mi away
#7 of 46 things to do in Middlesbrough
National Trust with cafe and toilets and the car park is close by Pictures without flash as always as you step back in time to see how they lived Some places offer an audio tour which is handy as you hear all abou...
Ormesby Hall is unique as it is the ONLY National Trust house in the country which has a Model Railway exhibition which is maintained and operated by a dedicated volunteer group.

Mount Grace Priory, House and Gardens

Northallerton, UK 10.9 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Northallerton
An interesting feature is the restored monks house So pleased you can now have snacks and hot drinks in the small cafe , an added bonus Lovely ladies in the house and they have a lot of knowledge about the house a...
The house is really interesting and we all enjoyed reading about its history and that of the monks too and enjoyed a picnic on the grass amid the ruins and the children enjoyed exploring and eunning around too.

Middlesbrough Theatre

Middlesbrough, UK 2.8 mi away
#9 of 46 things to do in Middlesbrough
Lovely place to see a show or play