Enjoy Redcar and Cleveland.
With long stretches of sandy beaches and a gateway to the magnificent North York Moors National Park, you can enjoy traditional bucket-and-spade fun, surfing and a wide range of outdoor activities.
Explore our rich heritage at Kirkleatham Museum and Ormesby Hall or take a ride on the unique Saltburn Cliff Tramway which takes you down to the only remaining pier in the North East.
You can enjoy the excitement of a flutter at Redcar Racecourse, experience the atmosphere of the Proms in the Priory and learn how to preserve your money at the Festival of Thrift, which attracts tens of thousands of visitors across a weekend.
The cultural and visitor offering is impressive and is developing at a pace.
The coastline has long stretches of sandy beaches and is ideal for a wide range of outdoor pursuits, from surfing and boogie board to sandle-castle building and rock pooling! Learn More.
Guisborough Forest and Branch Walkway is the place to be if you are craving the great outdoors with cycle trails, walking routes, and orienteering trails start at this site . Learn More.
The green oasis of Ormesby Hall was once home to the Pennyman Family. This classic Georgian mansion is surrounded by a colourful Victorian garden. Learn More.
Kirkleatham Museum is Redcar and Cleveland local history museum, with a treasure trove of artefacts and great exhibitions programme. Learn More.
Redcar and Cleveland is a place of incredible variety and diversity, with one of the longest unbroken stretches of beach in the UK. Redcar is a traditional seaside town offering flat sandy beaches, fish and chips and the famous lemon top ice cream.
Home to the picturesque Cliff Tramway, Saltburn has the only remaining Victorian pier on the North East or Yorkshire Coast. With its broad cobbled streets, Guisborough is a historic market town and the proud location of Gisborough Priory.
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