Things to Do?
In and Around Saltburn
Sale Rooms – approx 2 mins walk
There is a weekly sale, all-day every Tuesday, with viewings on for the sale on the Saturday and Monday and an antique sale once a month. There are often great bargains to be found and if you enjoy rummaging then this is the place for you.
A newly opened photography gallery and cafe. Find spectacular photographs and prints of the local area, should you wish to take a memento home with you.
Saltburn Leisure Centre – approx 17 mins walk or 4 mins by Car
There are 2 x Indoor pools, casual Swimming sessions, ‘Swimsafe’ swimming lessons, 2 x Indoor 4-a-side courts, 1 x Outdoor 5-a-side pitch and 6 x Badminton courts. Call 01287 623 761 for more information.
A 60 acre fishery stocked weekly with Rainbow, Blues and Browns from 1lb 8oz to double figures. The fishery is open from 8 am until one hour after sunset each day.
Saltburn Golf Club – approx 25 mins walk or 4 mins by Car
Established in 1894 this is a 18 hole golf course, which is open all days excluding Saturday, with Thursday for ladies only, course fees start from £21 to £37 a round depending on the season and day.
Huntley Hall Golf Club, Brotton – approx 7 mins by Car
This is a spectacular cliff-top 18 hole golf course, hotel and restaurant. Please call 01287 676 216 for further details.
Historical Sites & Museums
Ironstone Museum – approx 10 mins by Car
Explore and experience the lives and times of Cleveland Ironstone miners through this specially built museum, which allows visitors to go underground and experience the working conditions for themselves.
Home to the world’s oldest lifeboat and celebrating over 200 years of saving lives at sea. Find out the history of those who sailed in her and the lives they saved.
Kirkleatham Museum, Redcar – approx 14 mins by Car
A 17 Century ‘Free School’ donated by the Turner family has been transformed into a museum with exhibitions on art, coast and country, ironstone mining and social history.
Gisborough Priory – approx 16 mins by Car
The stunning ruins of an Augustine Priory dominated by the dramatic skeleton of the 14th Century East End of the Church wall. The priory was founded by the Bruce family, later Kings of Scotland.
Captain Cook Birthplace Museum, Martin, Middlesborough – approx 24 mins by Car
Purpose built and opened on 28th Oct 1978, the 250 anniversary of his birth, this museum explores the birth, life and travels of Captain Cook, discoverer of Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Isles.
The famous 199 steps up to Whitby Abbey are worth the reward of seeing one of Britain’s best loved gothic ruins, as well as stunning views of picturesque Whitby and the North Yorkshire coast.
Based in the 17 Century home of Captain Cook during his training as a seaman in Whitby, this museum offers a uniquely preserved insight into his early life and a detailed view of his celebrated voyages of discovery.
Founded in 1971 the Scaling Dam Sailing Club has been a thriving dingy sailing club attracting families interested in learning to sail safely. Please call 01287 643 026 for further information.
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