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The northeast of England isn’t exactly short on post-industrial towns, but Middlesbrough in North Yorkshire has enjoyed a comeback in popularity of late, thanks to its sleek Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art gallery (MIMA) and a bold new plan to regenerate Middlesbrough town centre. There's plenty to do, whether it’s checking out the latest art exhibition, catching an avant-garde show at Middlesbrough Theatre or hiking past bluebells and wildflowers up Roseberry Topping hill. If you’re searching for Middlebrough accommodation, Jurys Inn Middlebrough is one of the most stylish hotels in Middlesbrough and boasts a central location near both the shopping area and the station, making it an ideal base from which to explore the town.
Get your bearings
No trip to the town is complete without a stop at the Middlesbrough Institution of Modern Art, an imposing glass and steel structure housing a bold collection of permanent and temporary contemporary work from local and international artists.
Middlebrough’s football team is one of the city’s most prized assets, so it’s no surprise their home ground, Riverside Stadium, is one of the most popular attractions in the town. Home games sell out fast, but stadium tours run thrice-weekly and let football fans experience the dressing room and pitch, as well as the state-of-the-art media zone.
While you’re there
Just 20 minutes from Jurys Inn Middlebrough, and standing at 1,049 feet, Roseberry Topping was once thought to be the highest hill in the North York Moors. While that’s no longer the case, this Middlesbrough icon takes around half an hour to climb, and offers spectacular views over the moors, which, in springtime, are often carpeted in bluebells.