Roseberry Topping is one of the most iconic images of the area. At 1,049 ft., it stands proudly overlooking the whole of the Tees Valley, and Middlesbrough’s boundaries start just a few miles from the base of the natural rock formation.
The view from the top takes in miles and miles of stunning Yorkshire countryside as well as Middlesbrough’s impressive skyline and the wider Tees Valley. It’s a must-see, a must-climb, and a not-to-be-missed photo opportunity for locals and visitors alike!
Albert Park is one of Middlesbrough’s most-loved green spaces. Opened in 1868 by royalty, the award-winning Green Flag park is just 5 minutes’ walk from Middlesbrough town centre.
It covers an impressive 30 hectares and still boasts stunning Victorian characteristics including a band stand, West Lodge, a sun dial, and beautiful water fountain. It has two children’s play areas, a bowling green and tennis courts, a boating lake which is home to much wildlife, a roller skating rink, and cafe. Take a stroll along the tree lined boulevard and enjoy the colourful flower beds and nature that come to life around every corner.