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Ormesby Hall, Tees Valley
COACH PARKING IN TEES VALLEY DARLINGTON
Chesnut Street Lorry Park Tel: 01325 388 740 Price: £4.00 daily permit
Majuba Car Park (Seafront) Drop off near TIC Contact: Car Park Manager Tel: 01642 774 774 Price: £2.50 per day
GUISBOROUGH Fountain Street Coach Park Contact: Car Park Manager Tel: 01642 774 774 Price: £3.50 per day
HARTLEPOOL Maritime Experience Car Park, Tel: 01429 860 077 Price: Free
SEATON CAREW Seaton Coach Park The Front, Seaton Carew Tel: 01429 523 266 Price: Free
MIDDLESBROUGH Cannon Park Coach & Lorry Park Contact: Parking Solutions Tel: 01642 726 003/728 289 Price: £2.70 (8am - 6pm)
SALTBURN Roadside parking along Marine Parade Contact: Car Park Manager 01642 774 774 Price: Free
STOCKTON Dairy Site, Church Road Contact: Car Parking Section Tel: 01642 528 499 Price: Free
YARM Preston Hall Museum Contact: Museum Manager Tel: 01642 527 375 Price: Free (Drop-off Point - Sainsbury’s - High Street, Yarm)
FREE ATTRACTIONS - MAKING YOUR GROUPS VISIT MORE REWARDING From all parts of the area - a ‘snap shot’ list of Free Admission attractions that can be included to give added value to any visit! HARTLEPOOL ART GALLERY
PIERCEBRIDGE ROMAN FORT, DARLINGTON
The art gallery has a varied programme of art and craft exhibitions. Also includes a Bell
Dating back to AD270, one of a series of Roman sites on Dere Street on its route through
Tower viewing platform overlooking Hartlepool.
MIMA - MIDDLESBROUGH INSTITUTE OF MODERN ART Located in Middlesbrough, mima showcases an internationally significant programme of fine art and applied art from the 19th century to the present.
MUSEUM OF HARTLEPOOL Beside Hartlepool Historic Quay, the museum tells the story of Hartlepool from prehistoric times to the present day and incorporates the PSS Wingfield Castle, a fully restored paddle steamer.
CAPTAIN COOK BIRTHPLACE MUSEUM, MIDDLESBROUGH
KIRKLEATHAM MUSEUM, REDCAR
Discover why Captain Cook is the world’s most famous navigator and explorer. Find out
Housed in a 17th century Pavilion building with permanent and changing exhibitions on
about life below decks in the 18th century.
art, coast and country, ironstone mining and social history.
GTG 2010 spreads.indd 20
Main Picture: Saltburn, Tees Valley
2010 edition of the Group Travel Guide for the North East of England.