Stewart Park, Marton, Middlesbrough. Close to site where James Cook was born in 1728. Interactives, films and objects help tell Cook's story in 6 chronologically arranged galleries. Resource Centre and changing exhibitions gallery. Nana Tom's cafe offers a variety of food and drinks, and a great range of gifts and books from the Museum shop.
Stewart Park Marton Middlesbrough TS7 8AT
01642 311211 Visit the The Captain Cook Birthplace Museum website firstname.lastname@example.org
Disabled access : Lift to all floors. Disabled toilet. Opening Times : Telephone to check opening times and prices.
1 April - 2 November 2014
Open Bank Holiday Mondays Last Admission : Last admissions: 3/4 of an hour before closing. Admission Prices : Adults £2.00
Children & concessions £1.00