The Captain Cook Birthplace Museum. Marton, Middlesbrough, UK


WHAT'S ON

   

OPENING TIMES

SEASONAL OPENING
27 March - 28 October

10:30am - 3:30pm
Tuesday - Sunday



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

Closed:
Mondays
Bank Holidays

Winter 2018/19
29 October - Easter 2019

Closed

 

 

 

 

 

 

EVENT Information

Easter Activities

Craft Activity

Tuesday 3rd April

Easter Island Eggs

The champions of Easter Island would swim to a small island and return with the first tern egg of the season. Decorate a beautiful Easter egg to take home.


Craft Activity

Thursday 5th April

Turtly amazing.

Design your own turtle coaster to keep your favourite drinks safe at home.


Craft Activity

Tuesday 10th April

Captain Cook monuments.

If you had to design a monument dedicated to Captain Cook what would it look like? Come and let your imaginations run wild with the clay provided.


Craft Activity

Thursday 12th April

Aboriginal Arts.

See the incredible animals in the walabout gallery and the way they have been included in Aboriginal art. Create your own piece of Aboriginal artwork to take home


Unless otherwise stated, all craft events are £1 per child or free with your Explorer Pass.

Activities times are 1pm -3pm unless otherwise stated.
Last tickets for craft activities 2.30pm.

We regret that these are family events we do not have the capacity to accommodate any child minding or organised groups.

Maximum 4 children per adult please.

All children must be accompanied by an adult.

For further details about these events contact the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum on 01642 311211