Redcar is a seaside resort and town in North Yorkshire, England. The local council, a unitary authority, is Redcar and Cleveland. Historically part of the North Riding of Yorkshire, it lies 7.5 miles (12.1 km) east-north-east of Middlesbrough on the North Sea coast. The combined population of the wards of Coatham, Dormanstown, Kirkleatham, Newcomen, West Dyke and Zetland was 36,610 in the 2001 census decreasing to 35,692 in the 2011 census.
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4.5 based on 125 reviews
Home to the oldest existing lifeboat in the world. Built in 1802. 2 Floors of exhibits, artefacts, photos, paintings and other displays.
The volunteers of this museum deserve a great deal of praise for the way it is maintained and presented. Volunteer Lil was especially informative and it was easy to detect that she and others were proud of the place and the heritage it represented. Possibly...MoreThanks Alex. We're very proud of our volunteers as well as the museum.
4.5 based on 198 reviews
I was brought here by my wife today against my better judgement. I hate to see animals and birds caged up. I would rather watch TV programmes about them in their natural habitat. The only pleasing thing was the hens following us looking for food. The cages were dirty, labelled incorrectly regarding the inmates and the inmates themselves seemed bored. In the case of the Hornbill, his cell seemed small for such a bird and he was exhibiting signs of stress. One building had a couple of Hawks shackled on the grass and its roof was in need of urgent repair. By the time we exited, my wife was dabbing her eyes and I, a burly ex steel worker, had a lump in my throat. Outside of a Home for Dementia patients, this was the saddest place I've ever experienced.
4.5 based on 224 reviews
2 miles from redcar, free parking and free to entre. with a great out doorplay area... Council ran with clean toliets buggy and wheel chair useable. they often run week events please check their facebook page. We recently went to their xmas fair, to to keep the kids entertained. The owl centre in the grounds is well worth a visit also, but this has a fee...
4.5 based on 19 reviews
Art gallery exhibiting work in all media from local and regional artists.
I found the Palace Arts Gallery to be a very interesting place. Its exhibits include drawings,paintings, sculpture and jewellery, mainly from local artists. The layout, lighting and huge windows in the main gallery make the exhibits really stand out. Add to this, staff who really...MoreThankyou for your kind words :-)
4 based on 50 reviews
Me and my family visited locke park today. We had gone through the drive theough at McDonalds(which is just down the road) and had it lime a picnic in the table seated area. We took so childrens cames and played crocea and rounders. It was so peaceful and nice to spend quality time as a family without the pressure of spending money (attratiins. Rides shops ect). We then went to feed the ducks had a walk and went the park. We spent a good few hours here and all enjoined. Locke park is great has its own parking and toilet facilities picnic area. Lovely walks you can feed to ducks/swans they a play park for the children and lots green to play on they also a tennis and basket ball court which is all free of charge. We love it here we visit all year eound as weather the sun is out or snowing its nice to walk round.
4 based on 38 reviews
Redcar Racecourse offers 18 days of action packed horse racing from March to November. The unique atmosphere created at Redcar Racecourse, coupled with excellent facilities, guarantees that you'll have a truly memorable day out. A day at the races is the perfect way to celebrate a special event whether you're planning a day out with friends or family, an action packed hen or stag party, or rewarding your employees for their hard work. Families are welcomed with FREE admission for accompanied children aged 17 years and under and you're welcome to bring a picnic into the Course Enclosure. There's a free playground and also lots of free entertainment for children on Premier Meetings. Redcar Racecourse is also a full time conference and events centre, benefiting from a prime location within the Teesside area. It's the perfect venue for wedding receptions, birthday parties, conferences, training days, seminars, dinners and team building days.
4 based on 32 reviews
The town used to advertise its 'Eight Miles of Golden Sands' stretching from the mouth of the Tees to Saltburn. When the tide is out there are rock pools for children to explore; when the tide is in, there is the lifeboat museum, amusement arcades ad plenty of cafes and restaurants along the sea front. It's still a great place to spend a day.
5 based on 12 reviews
The FlowRider takes in all aspects of board sports. It has the look of Surfing, the ride of snowboarding and the tricks of skateboarding. This is a fun activity for all skill ranges from novice to expert and offers an ideal activity for both children and adults. All sessions are led by a qualified instructor and last 90 minutes. Call our reception team to book.
Took 2 of the grandchildren for the first time aged 9 and 7. They both loved it. Although on the face of it it seems expensive it's great value for money. The staff were great with the children , understanding their nervousness and different levels of ability. They both can't wait to go back again.
4 based on 13 reviews
The land was gifted to the town by Lord Zetland when the Coast Road area of the town was developed. There are tennis courts, a children's play area, extensive beds of flowers and shrubs. It is generally fairly well sheltered from the prevailing north-easterly breeze. It's also directly opposite the Stray Cafe - ideal for ise creams, snacks and hot & cold drinks.
3 based on 313 reviews
A total eyesore on a beachfront that has no other amusements other than amusement arcades. The money would have been better spent upgrading either the town centre by not closing down all the shops, or by adding more toilets to the sea front!
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