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Dorman Museum
#1 of 6 Museums in Middlesbrough
Please keep these museums open.
Great museum kids love it lots to do, staff are always happy to help and friendly great displays the pottery and bird room are interesting worth a visit if your in the area
Captain Cook Birthplace Museum
#2 of 6 Museums in Middlesbrough
Many of the features of the local populations are shown in the museum borrowed from other museums to show them here.
A really informative museum with a huge variety of exhibits relating to Captain Cook's early life and many voyages.
Preston Park Museum & Grounds Eaglescliffe, UK 4.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Museums in Eaglescliffe
One of the best museums in the area.
Other reviewers have described the museums attractions, it is a pleasant way to spend a few hours.
Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA)
#3 of 6 Museums in Middlesbrough
From the banner across the stairs saying "Refugees Welcome" (from an earlier exhibition but the people wanted it to stay) to a Tate-worthy installation by Jane and Louise Wilson, to a museum collection of crafts (...
Since the Museum became a part of Teesside University' in 2014,it's taking a a leading part in addressing civic themes, and initiatives that help to make communities thrive, And, for this alone, it deserves accola...
The House of Blah Blah
#4 of 6 Museums in Middlesbrough
Heritage Gallery
#5 of 6 Museums in Middlesbrough
Gallery TS1
#6 of 6 Museums in Middlesbrough
Zetland Lifeboat Museum and Redcar Heritage Centre Redcar 7.9 mi away
#1 of 3 Museums in Redcar
very small museum but well worth a visit, its free but please make a donation if you can, the staff / volunteers are very knowledgeable and enthusiastic and full of local information too, it takes you back to the...
Spent a lovely hour exploring the Zetland and heritage museum, the kids loved all the model boats, the fisherman's cottage was interesting...definitely worth a visit
National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool Hartlepool, UK 8.1 mi away
#1 of 7 Museums in Hartlepool
I have been visiting Hartlepool on and off for years- and the offer of NMRN Hartlepool is excellent- the museums is engaging - Trincomalee is just amazing- the quayside has something for everyone for all ages- and...
this museum is the front runner for all small museums in the north east, it is up-to-date in terms of technology and engaging with children of today, which is were a lot of museums are trailing behind.
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Hartlepool Quay Hartlepool, UK 8.1 mi away
#3 of 7 Museums in Hartlepool
Brilliant attraction for all ages our grandchildren are four and eight and both enjoyed it a fascinating look at life at sea and how people lived we explored hams trincomalee and visited the museum of hartlepool t...
the venue is friendly and interesting and a fantastic day out highly recomended , navy museum is awesome.
Museum of Hartlepool Hartlepool, UK 8.2 mi away
#4 of 7 Museums in Hartlepool
Museums in mid-sized towns like Hartlepool usually leave me cold, as many have a behind-glass-artefact-with-a-display card disconnection with visitors.
The Town museum has several super displays and its also possible to look at the Battle of Jutland display as well as the bombardment of Hartlepool in 1914 -but Trincolmalee remains the jewel - with displays that e...