Middlesbrough is close to a range of colorful North Yorkshire’s attractions. Two destinations that should be at the top of every visitor’s to-do list is the wonderful Ormesby Hall and the much-loved Hartlepool Maritime Experience. Also worth checking out are Monkey Statue and the Darlington Railway Centre and Museum.
You’ll find plenty of unique cultural attractions in and around Middlesbrough. Stroll around the exhibits and savor the quiet atmosphere of the National Railway Museum at Shildon in Shildon.
When it’s time escape the city, plan a trip to one of the many nearby green spaces. To see the local wilderness set out to explore the North York Moors National Park.
There are plenty of sites and attractions to discover around Middlesbrough. Make sure you set aside enough time to see as many as possible during your visit. Take the time to visit places of worship such as the St Cuthbert Church in Darlington. Relax in the calm atmosphere and get a deeper understanding of the religious history of the area.
See much-loved sporting heroes, the Middlesbrough FC, take to the field in the nearby Riverside Stadium. On weekends the area around the stadium becomes a sea of red and white, as soccer fans join together to support their beloved team.
After discovering the sights, sounds and smells of Middlesbrough, stay the night at one of the area’s bed-and-breakfasts, hotels or short-stay apartments. The St George Hotel, Darlington, the Redworth Hall Hotel, Newton Aycliffe and the Mercure Darlington Kings Hotel are among the most popular accommodation options here.