Middlesbrough offers a handful of hidden gems and green spaces within the town as well as a myriad of exciting attractions just short drives from our Middlesbrough base. Whether visiting the iconic town landmark – Tees Transporter Bridge – or heading further afield to the coastline or North York Moors, there’s plenty for you to discover in Middlesbrough – browse below our Middlesbrough guide.

Jurys Inn Middlesbrough Tribute Nights

28 September - Pnly Fools and 3 courses
Experience a dinner event of the year, which combines fine food and comedy action, serviced up Only Fools and Horses style. Cushty. Tickets are £29 per person and includes a 3 course meal.

For more information or to book call 01642 232000 or email middlesbrough_conference@jurysinns.com

What's on in Middlesbrough

19 - 21 October
The first Middlesbrough Jazz Weekender gets off to a high-energy start, as part of the initiative ‘Alt-Shift-J’ aiming to involve more young people in jazz, developed by the development agency Jazz North.

16 November
Jason Manford is back at Middlesbrough Town Hall with his new show: Muddle Class! ‘Muddle Class’ promises to feature a wealth of new material about Jason growing up ‘working class’ then finding, over the years, that part of him has become ‘middle class’ – causing much confusion along the way.

Staff Recommends

Best Restaurant: Turtle Bay offers a delicious Caribbean eating and drinking menu. Located within a 2 minute walk from the hotel.

Best Shopping: Baker Street offers a colourful selection of independent shops, cafes, beauty salons, and more.

Best Kept Secret: Public Art - Middlesbrough is bursting with an eclectic mix of sculpture and art across the city.

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