The Captain Cook Birthplace Museum. Marton, Middlesbrough, UK


WELCOME TO THE CAPTAIN COOK BIRTHPLACE MUSEUM

   

Museum Opening Hours

27th March - 28th October

Open 10:30 - 15:30

Tuesday - Sunday

Closed : Monday
Closed : Bank Holidays

Last entry to museum galleries 2:45pm

Entry to the Museum cafe is free.

Admission Charges to Galleries and Exhibitions:

Single Day Tickets:
Adult - £4
Concession - £2.50

Explorer Pass (Family Ticket) - £10
(2 Adults & 3 Children)


Explorer Passes are valid for the full
2018 season


For details on bookings for school groups please visit the 'Schools' page.




Cafe opening times are:

Sunday - Friday 10am - 3.30pm
Saturday 9.30am - 3.30pm


The Captain Cook Birthplace Museum forms part of Middlesbrough Museums & Galleries Service along with its sister venue - the Dorman Museum, situated in Linthorpe Road close to Albert Park.

 

 


The Captain Cook Birthplace Museum opened on the 28th October 1978 – the 250th anniversary of Cook’s birth. It is housed in a purpose-built building close to the granite urn marking the site of Cook’s birthplace cottage in Stewart Park, Marton, Middlesbrough. The museum tells the story of one of the world’s greatest navigators and mariners through themed display galleries, temporary exhibitions, associated activities and events and a lively education programme.

There is full disabled access throughout and additional facilities such as the Mess Deck(education & activities, meetings & events), Walkabout Gallery (education), Cabinet of Curiosities (archive & research), gift/book shop, and a café.

Since opening it has undergone a series of refurbishments and has won a number of major awards for its displays and services to visitors. Re-developments have been supported by grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund, European Regional Development Fund, One NorthEast, English Partnerships, Northern Electric, British Steel, Teesside TEC and North East Museums, Libraries & Archives Council.



 

 

For further information please contact reception 01642 311211 or the Dorman Museum 01642 813781

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