Top reasons why Tees Valley is perfect for a 2020 staycation
You don’t have to travel far to enjoy a holiday at home this year - here we look at the great reasons for a staycation in Tees Valley.
You may not be able to jet off to your usual holiday destination this year, but that doesn’t mean that your holiday should be cancelled. Enjoy a break at home.
Here are some ideas for making the most of what is on your doorstep in 2020.
We are lucky to be spoilt with many great outdoor spaces in Tees Valley.
Being outdoors is not only a great family day out, but it has also never felt so good to be outside post-lockdown.
Enjoy some fresh air and adventure by heading to Guisborough Forest and Walkway, take the bikes, or enjoy the walk through the archways of trees, stop to take on the various adventure courses or spot the sculptures along the route.
If you prefer a day at the seaside you are sure to enjoy a beach day in Tees Valley. Along the dramatic coastline you will find secluded sandy beaches at Marske and Skinningrove, pretty Victorian seaside towns such as Saltburn-by-the-Sea, colourful beach huts at Seaton Carew, surf and all the seaside essentials you need including fish and chips and a Tees Valley famous lemon top ice cream.
Find out more at enjoyteesvalley.com.
If the Eat Out to Help Out scheme has whet your appetite for heading back to your favourite restaurants, bars and cafes, there are lots in Tees Valley to try.
As well as being the home of the famous Parmo, Tees Valley is fast becoming a haven for foodies with so many places to eat from fine dining restaurants to excellent independents, quirky cafés and country pubs, you’ll be spoilt for choice of where to go.
For some foodie inspiration head to www.enjoyteesvalley.com/food-and-drink.
Discover somewhere new
Whether you are planning on heading back to your favourite Tees Valley attraction or discovering somewhere different, many museums, parks and gardens are now ready to welcome you back*.
Walk along the authentic Victorian Street at Preston Park Museum, meet the animals at Newham Grange Farm in Middlesbrough, lose yourself amongst the blossoming flowers at Wynyard Hall Gardens or get up close to the Locomotion No.1 at Head of Steam Railway Museum in Darlington.
Check booking details with individual venues before visiting.
If you are planning to visit Tees Valley, please check that you have all the information you need from the individual venues and locations about Covid-19 safety measure
Enjoy Tees Valley responsibly and take care of our great outdoor spaces by leaving only footprints behind.