VISITING

How do I get to Kirkleatham Museum?

Kirkleatham
Redcar
TS10 5NW

 

Please note that details may change as we get closer to the 2018 Festival date…

 

By Bus:

Arriva North East

From Redcar Central there are buses from the Railway Station Stand 2 bus stop in West Dyke Road in Redcar, a 3 minute walk from the railway station(these buses also serve the Clock in Redcar town centre).
63 towards Middlesbrough (bus stop: Kirkleatham Village/Kirkleatham Lane End – 5 minute walk) 63 Timetable

81 towards Stokesley or, on Sunday only, 81A towards Guisborough (bus stop: Kirkleatham Village/Kirkleatham Lane End – 5 minute walk) 81/81ATimetable

Please visit www.connectteesvalley.com for comprehensive public transport information.

Cycling and Walking:

Kirkleatham is on a cycle route with plenty of cycle parking onsite. For more information on routes visit

www.connectteesvalley.com

By Car:

The main approach road to Kirkleatham Village is the A174 ‘Parkway’. The principle access routes to the A174 are the A19 which runs north from York and the south from Newcastle.

The A171 runs North West from Scarborough to Guisborough linking to the A174 via the B1269.

Follow the Brown signs.

Parking around the site is controlled and all Festival goers should park in the Festival car park – there is no on street parking nearby

The parking charge is £5 – if you can get 5 in your car this is £1 per person – very thrifty indeed!  (Which other national festival could you do this at?)We are a free Festival and want to keep it that way – the car parking charge helps us put money back into the festival.

 

By Train:

The nearest railway station is Redcar Central on the Middlesbrough to Saltburn line. Please see  www.northernrailway.co.uk or www.connectteesvalley.com for all times and routes

 

By Taxi:

Several taxi companies operate in the area, JP Taxis 01642 474849, Frontline 01642 494949

Access:

The site is very accessible for buggies, pushchairs and wheelchairs although some of the activities are on grass.  The woodland areas have pathways mostly laid with gravel and edged for clearly marked routes.  Most pathways will be wide enough for access.

There are two accessible car parks for those with Blue Badges (please follow the signs) there is a shuttle service for those with access requirements from the main car park into the centre of the site.

For more information click here

Please note that the site does get busy!

There are a host of things to do and places to stay in and around Redcar & Cleveland. Here’s a handy guide.

 

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