The best things in life are free and Hartlepool Art Gallery is no exception!
- doing things as a family
- a place to think
- being creative
- getting north
Step into the newly restored station building and look out for large exhibits like Stephenson’s “Locomotion No. 1” and displays of railway memorabilia.
Explore and discover this fully operational Victorian watermill on the banks of the beautiful river Till.
A unique site, filled with history and intrigue! Come and explore a faithfully restored 19th century coastal defence battery, scene of the 1914 Bombardment of the Hartlepools.
A visit to Killhope, is a unique experience. Killhope is a fully restored 19th century lead mine, where you experience for yourself the life and work of the lead mining families of the Pennine dales. Including an award wining guided mine tour.
Kirkleatham Museum is the local history museum for the Borough of Redcar and Cleveland with a treasure trove of artefacts and exhibitions set on three floors all housed within a magnificent 1710 Queen Anne building.
Decorated inside with stunning life-size watercolour murals painted by Louisa, who used estate workers and children as models, the Hall is a must-see for art-lovers and those interested in social history.
The Laing Art Gallery has something for everyone to enjoy.
This romantic 16th-century castle was transformed by the famous architect Edwin Lutyens into an Edwardian country home for Edward Hudson, founder of Country Life magazine.