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  1. Add Hartlepool Marina to your Itinerary

    Hartlepool Marina


    Hartlepool Marina is one of the most modern marina facilities in Europe, attracting hundreds of vessels, the marina is Hartlepool's most alluring and relaxing locations. High fashion, waterside restaurants and romantic promenades.

  2. Add Museum of Hartlepool to your Itinerary

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    Museum of Hartlepool

    Maritime Avenue, Hartlepool

    The Museum of Hartlepool is housed in a purpose-built building adjacent to the National Museum of the Royal Navy. See Hartlepool through the ages as history is brought to life in this newly-transformed museum, with artefacts and exhibitions focusing…

  3. Add HMS Trincomalee to your Itinerary

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    HMS Trincomalee

    Maritime Avenue, Hartlepool

    HMS Trincomalee, built in 1817, is one of the oldest ship afloat in Europe.

    Come aboard for a unique experience of Navy life 2 centuries ago.

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  1. Add Hartlepool Coastline to your Itinerary

    Hartlepool Coastline


    Hartlepool’s coastline is well known for the Marina, Historic Quay and Seaton Carew but perhaps less well known is the miles of beautiful unspoilt beaches.

  2. Add Tees Bay Retail Park to your Itinerary

    Tees Bay Retail Park


    One of Hartlepool's retail offer and close to Seaton Carew, Tees Bay Retail Park offers out of town shopping and leisure. The shopping offer includes B&Q, Aldi, Halfords and Poundstretcher and offers plenty of free parking.

  3. Add Hartlepool Town Hall Theatre to your Itinerary

    Hartlepool Town Hall Theatre


    Built in 1896, the Town Hall Theatre is a beautiful Victorian/Gothic style theatre with an exciting entertainment programme. Over this time it has introduced many generations to the delights of live theatre, both as spectators and performers.


  4. Add Camerons Brewery Visitor Centre to your Itinerary

    Camerons Brewery Visitor Centre


    Guided brewery trips are available - booking is essential . All trips are rounded off nicely with a visit to the hospitality lounge.

  5. Add Heugh Gun Battery Museum to your Itinerary

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    Heugh Gun Battery Museum


    The Heugh (pronounced "Yuff") Gun Battery is a site of great significance in terms of both history and poignancy. A surviving 19thC coastal battery, complete with WW1 and WW2 modifications.

  6. Add Burn Valley Gardens to your Itinerary

    Burn Valley Gardens


    Opened in 1898, Burn Valley Gardens provides the town's central green belt area. Children's playground and bowls. A walkway takes you through the family wood on to Ward Jackson Park and Summerhill.

  7. Add Ward Jackson Park to your Itinerary

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    Ward Jackson Park


    Ward Jackson Park is one of the most original in the North East region. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Parks & Gardens because of its collection of Victorian and Edwardian features. A project to restore and develop the park was…

  8. Add St Hilda's Church Visitor Centre to your Itinerary

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    St Hilda's Church Visitor Centre


    St Hilda's is the parish church of the Headland. The church (a Grade 1 listed building) stands in a commanding position by the sea. It is a vibrant and living church, an impressive architectural structure and a place of great importance in the…

  9. Add Borough Hall to your Itinerary

    Borough Hall


    The Borough Hall is the largest public building in Hartlepool and is located in the historic Headland area, yards from the coast.

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  1. Add The Howls to your Itinerary

    The Howls


    An ancient woodland in the steep valley of Char Beck, the woodland comes alive each spring with birdsong and a beautiful show of woodland wildflowers.

  2. Add Seaton Park to your Itinerary

    Seaton Park


    Covering 6.5 hectacres, Seaton Park is situated close to the seafront at Seaton Carew. The park is home to a bowling green, tennis courts, playing field and a fantastic new children's play area, complete with a sunken pirate ship.

  3. Add Hart Saxon Church Saint Mary Magdalene to your Itinerary

    Hart Saxon Church Saint Mary Magdalene


    St. Mary Magdalene Church has been a place of prayer and worship for hundreds of years, with its roots dating back to the Saxon Era.

  4. Add Seaton Carew Beach to your Itinerary

    Seaton Carew Beach


    Seaton Carew is the ideal place for a family day out by the sea, with its golden sands stretching over one mile in each direction and all that would be expected in Seaton Carew to enjoy a day at the seaside.

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  1. Add Project Escape to your Itinerary

    Project Escape


    Project Escape is Middlesbrough’s largest, most experienced Escape Rooms. Having opened in 2016, over a thousand groups have been locked into their beautifully themed rooms.

  2. Add The RSPB: Saltholme to your Itinerary

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    The RSPB: Saltholme


    Saltholme is an amazing wildlife experience in the Tees Valley. Explore the breathtaking, state-of-the-art visitor centre with panoramic views of this huge wetland wildlife reserve. There’s a brilliant café – just follow your nose for freshly-brewed…

  3. Add Margrove Ponds to your Itinerary

    Margrove Ponds


    Margrove Pond is a big pond; a large and striking feature at the centre of the beautiful Margrove Valley.

    This site includes a variety of habitats; the main expanse of open water is surrounded by fenland with dense beds of common reed and reedmace.…

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