On Sunday we took a drive out to Middlesbrough to Stewart Park, it was quite a grey and cold day but we were keen to explore a new park and get out for some fresh air. I was surprised how busy the car park was when we arrived but as we headed into the park I could see why.
We headed along a path towards the upper ponds, this area was really scenic and on a summers day I can imagine will be a popular picnic area, with plenty of seats to stop and take in the views. With little wooden bridges and lots of paths to explore we thoroughly enjoyed exploring this area of the park and look forward to visiting again in the warmer months.
We headed towards the Captain Cooks Museum, sadly I hadn’t checked online before our trip and the museum is actually closed during the winter months. With that being said it didn’t spoil our visit as we still spent a couple of hours at the park and had a great time, we look forward to visiting again when the Museum is open and all to make sure we cover all the areas we missed.
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