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I can't praise this place enough. They did their best to make our visit a good one, even though the 'beat from the east' gales had knocked the domed roof in above the main mine shaft, which made it impossible for us to have the...More
As the original ironstone mine was situated on this site, it was natural to pop along to look at the museum while we were on holiday in Skinningrove. Was a very interesting visit and were given two different talks and lots of facts about the...More
We visited the Cleveland ironstone mining museum after purchasing tickets through groupon and booking online.
We parked in the free carpark.
We were greeted and checked in by friendly staff. We watched a brief video and had an informative talk and then had a brief...More
The volunteers who work here are knowledgeable and they seem to really enjoy their work at the mine. At present they’re getting ready to start a major refurbishing and rebuilding project so it will be closed for a year. I’m looking forward to the new...More
Good for adults and families with wonderfully attentive volunteer staff...we have it so easy compared to the miners of old. some great exhibits....especially Nelson ! Due to be expanded and rebuilt but give it a go. Nothing flash, nothing fancy but a very good informative...More
I have wanted to go here for ages and then the roof fall happened but the museum is open with reduced entry prices and reading the reviews all sounded o k so today we went. We arrived as one guided tour had already started so...More
AS of June 2018, this rather good museum is in a state of transition - some of it is closed - , but is still well worth a visit (and at a reduced price)
You get a short video and 3 different guides to tell...More
Went to the museum. Staff were very friendly. We were given a guided tour by a lady whose name I never got. She was very informative and gave us a talk and showed us exhibits about the origins and history of Ironstone Mining.
The Tours start from 10 in the morning and don't run at set times, so if you turn up at 1130, they may start the tour off with you or get you to wait ten minutes, until the last tour begins at 330pm. The tours run for 1 1/2... More
The Tours start from 10 in the morning and don't run at set times, so if you turn up at 1130, they may start the tour off with you or get you to wait ten minutes, until the last tour begins at 330pm. The tours run for 1 1/2 hours- so the last tour would finish at 5pm for instance. On Saturdays the Museum opens from 1pm. Theres free car parking at the bottom of the hill. The museums number is 01287642877 and the volunteers are lovely. Claire