What To Do At Middlesbrough Leisure? Are you struggling to keep the kids entertained this school holiday? Well here is a guide to keep your kids busy this week with some fun-filled activities.
Want to introduce your children to the exciting world of cinema? Then Movies For Juniors is the perfect place to start. Cineworlds discounted weekly screenings bring you a selection of family films from just £2.50 per ticket – for kids and adults alike! Adults must be accompanied by children, so treat the little ones in your life to an exciting big screen adventure. Click here for more information.
Craving a Nando's, Middlesbrough? You're in luck. Get their legendary, flame-grilled PERi-PERi chicken at Middlesbrough Leisure Park. They are a 10-minute walk from Middlesbrough Station and next door to Cineworld. Open for Eat-in, Collect and Delivery, Nando's have got you whatever your plans. Click here to book your table.
Why not feed the whole family after an activity fuelled day at Pizza Hut with their unlimited buffet.
As well as being a tasty treat, the Pizza Hut Buffet is also amazing value.
Weekday Buffets start from just £9.99 for adults and £7.99 for kids and both come with Unlimited Salad.
You can also upgrade to the Buffet Bundle, where you’ll get Buffet and Salad, plus a bottomless drink and Ice Cream Factory from £14.99 for adults and £9.99 for kids.
The Pizza Hut Buffet is available every day, seven days a week, EVEN ON THE WEEEKEND. Whether you’re grabbing a quick bite or a leisurely lunch, Pizza Hut’s got you covered. Click here to book your table.
Want to see what else Middlesbrough has to offer? Here's what else is happening locally.
Why not go to Butterfly World in Yarm for an exotic day out with the kids? Discover a tropical world of free-flying butterflies with over 100 different species from around the world in a setting of tropical plants and waterfalls and pools. Don’t miss the Reptile Centre with creatures such as geckos, iguanas and the mob of meerkats. Click here to find out more.
Children always love being entertained, so bring them to ARC Stockton Arts Centre to enjoy something special. The venue offers a varied programme of entertainment including theatre, film, live shows, music and family performances. Check out the art and craft sessions for children and see the website for details of what’s on by clicking the link here.
Let the kids burn off energy at Battlezone Yarm’s paintballing and laser venue. Set in woodland, it is a perfect place for them to have lots of fun in the different game arenas. All kit, equipment, tuition and balls are supplied. Suitable for 8-11 year olds and it’s a great birthday party venue. Click here to find out more.
Visit the Teessaurus Park and explore the Ironmasters’ Trail and learn about the industrial heritage of the River Tees.
This route passes beneath the Newport Bridge and a stop off at the Maze Park Nature Reserve is a must!
Teessaurus Park is a 10 acre recreational area and park which opened on the southern bank of the River Tees in 1979. The Teessaurus park is situated in what was the Ironmasters’ district of Middlesbrough and the route has lots of information on the iron and steel industry that once dominated this stretch of the river.
From 1987 onwards, a life size brachiosaurus, brontosaurus, mammoth, stegosaurus and tyrannosaurus sculptures were added at the sides of the park – can you find them all?
The park has a large hill at towards the river which is a perfect picnic spot. Teessaurus Park also has its own small car park and has become something of a nature reserve and the route of the Teesdale Way also passes through this space. Click here to find out more.
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