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Middlesbrough City guide, including Middlesbrough Hotels
Middlesbrough is situated on the south bank of the River Tees. It has a
acres, provides a model for a balanced and sustainable future.
Attractions include a traditional composting and organic gardens, a
400m long working River Tees model and a futuristic eco-structure and
1728. It is an award winning museum showing the life of Captain James
Cook and his voyages of discovery. It also houses interactive displays
and exciting audio-visual presentations, hands-on experiences,
exhibition area, café and gift shop.
Heritage and the history of this unique bridge. The bridge, opened in
1911, has a middle that acts as a ferry across the Tees.
Middlesbrough from the 19th century, a collection of Middlesbrough and
Linthorpe pottery, exhibitions, discovery centre, and cafe.
by local artists.
Things to do:
Middlesbrough offers an exciting choice of activities for visitors on
day trips or short breaks. Fast gaining a reputation for innovation -
it is witnessing a retail explosion with a myriad of designer shopping
and fashionable boutiques, as well as retaining the traditional English
high street names. In 2005 the town hosted numerous major exciting
events - from the multi cultural Mela to the world renowned Tall Ships
open walkways of our four shopping malls to the more traditional shop
fronts of Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough blends familiar high street
names with the excitement of designer labels and the tradition of
the North Yorkshire moors and coastline, Middlesbrough being the first
port of call in this 70 mile tour.
the Riverside stadium to lovers of the beautiful game. Die hard fans
can get a glimpse behind the scenes on a stadium tour.
farm from the 17th century to the present day. The farm also has a 19th
century veterinary surgery which gives the visitor an opportunity to
see some of the medicines and equipment used in the 1890s.
Food & Drink:
Middlesbrough’s restaurants feel passionate about quality food and
service. Equipped with most of the essential cuisines to titillate any
taste bud, the area continues to evolve in culinary terms thus
developing into a real multicultural centre for food. A host of pubs in
and around the town centre do a great line in food and drink, and many
now put on their own entertainment as well.
serving a vast choice of freshly cooked oriental dishes. It has a semi
open kitchen that adds to the overall contemporary feel of the
restaurant, where the layout lends itself to a very sociable and
distinctly oriental dining experience and atmosphere.
quality seafood dishes. The restaurant has an award for the quality and
standard of cuisine and service. The cosmopolitan style brasserie
serves tempting traditional food with a local perspective alongside the
perfect conditions for an enjoyable meal for two or for a special group
occasion. The spacious and unusually designed room is the ideal place
to enjoy a glass of wine and fine food.
every three weeks, giving diners a wide variety of choice. Dedicated to
Gentleman George Hardwick, ex-Middlesbrough FC player, this restaurant
is adorned with photographs of George in his playing days.
Portuguese hospitality. The speciality is the succulent, Portuguese
flame grilled, Peri- Peri chicken served in a fun, relaxed atmosphere.
Hotels & Accommodation:
Middlesbrough offers a range of visitor accommodation to suit all
tastes and budgets. Available accommodation ranges from three and four
star hotels to cosy guest houses and bed & breakfasts.
The town has a range of entertainment venues and attractions to suit
all tastes and interests. In Middlesbrough you can choose from more
than 20 cinema screens, a leading provincial theatre and sophisticated
restaurants offering a mouth-watering variety of cuisine. There's
plenty of other activities to choose from - bowling to bingo, classical
concerts to disco.
Theatre, puts on shows of all genres for all generations performed by
local and touring casts.
superb food in the restaurant with Jazz, Blues and Disco in The Cellar
for people of all ages.
authentic Italian food using only the best fresh ingredients and in the
evening the upstairs function room hosts theme nights, DJ nights &
With a huge selection of places to stay, things to do and excellent
restaurants and bistros - Middlesbrough is a great choice for a short
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Name: Maria Williams
Biography: Maria writes for Sleep UK
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