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Bridge bungee jump

Bridge bungee jump

This impressive bridge is fast becoming one of the most famous bungee jump sites in the world. A fantastic experience, you will climb 210 steps to the top of the bridge and then take a long slow walk to the middle, you will have a brief period to take in the view from 160ft before 3-2-1 Bungee and you plummet towards the River Tees. A boat will pluck you from the air and whisk you to dry land.

Indoor climbing wall - Rockantics

Indoor climbing wall - Rockantics

Middlesbrough Climbing Centre is Primarily a Bouldering Wall with an additional 13 top ropes.The main bouldering wall has over 150 problems which are updated weekly, so you'll never run out!Check out our Facebook or Twitter page for updates on route setsAlso featured is a smaller bouldering section for beginner climbers with plenty of easier problems to attempt.

The Dorman Museum

The Dorman Museum

The Dorman Museum forms part of Middlesbrough Council's 'Museums Service' along with its sister venue - the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum, situated in Stewart Park.The Dorman Museum houses a large collection of items from the fantastic to the fabulous, celebrating Middlesbrough's heritage through natural history and geology to social history and Victorian arts and craft.

Riverside stadium

Riverside stadium

The Riverside Stadium is a football stadium in Middlesbrough, England, which has been the home of Middlesbrough F.C. since it opened in 1995. Its current capacity is 33,746 all seated, although there is provisional planning permission in place to expand that to 42,000 if required.

Albert Park

Albert Park

Albert Park is an open access, free public park, located in Middlesbrough, in the borough of Middlesbrough and the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England. The park has been granted the Green Flag Award by the Civic Trust.

 
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