There are so many Tees Valley attractions which are perfect for a day out.

With nationally significant arts and entertainment venues, museums and historic sites and contemporary galleries, the question isn’t where will you go but where will you go first?

Lose yourself in the stories of the region in Tees Valley’s museums and at historic sites as you journey through railway and maritime history, be immersed in contemporary and cutting-edge galleries filled with modern art or experience exciting family adventures.

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Transporter Bridge and Visitor Centre

Note: The Transporter Bridge is currently closed. The Tees Transporter Bridge has been the ...

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Walworth Castle Birds of Prey

Set in the stunning grounds of Walworth Castle, just 10 mins from the A1 and A68 the falconry ...

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Winkies Castle Folk Museum

A unique folk museum for all ages housed in a 450 year old half cruck cottage with an English ...

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Wynyard Planetarium & Observatory

Wynyard Planetarium and Observatory is an educational and entertainment resource for schools, ...

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Zetland Lifeboat Museum and Redcar Heritage Centre

The Zetland is the oldest surviving lifeboat in the world and is listed within the National ...

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