Captain Cook Birthplace Museum and its collection

Captain Cook Birthplace Museum
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Captain Cook Birthplace Museum is a museum in Middlesbrough. The museum features exhibits related to Archives, Trade and Commerce, Science and Technology, Maritime, Social History, Medicine, Personalities, Weapons and War, Natural Sciences, Agriculture, Coins and Medals, World Cultures and Land Transport. Key themes, people and exhibits in the museum include Full size carved totem pole, by Richard Hunt and Tim Paul from Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada outside museum. and Two modern works by Turner prize nominee Simon Patterson,.

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Captain Cook Birthplace Museum
Stewart Park Marton
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Visitor information Captain Cook Birthplace Museum

Opening hours

2 April to 3 November
Tuesday - Sunday: 10:30 - 15:30

Admission

Adults£4.00
Adults£4.00
Reduced£2.50
Reduced£2.50

Facilities

Wheelchair accessible
Museum shop
Coffee
Restaurant

Location & Map

Stewart Park Marton, Marton-in-Cleveland

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Exhibitions

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