Tuesday, 18 March 2008

Saltburn Smugglers Heritage Centre opens for the summer

Visitors can once again relive the sights, sounds and smells of the smuggling trade from over 200 years ago as a popular visitor attraction, run by Redcar and Cleveland Borough Council, reopens in Saltburn.

Set in authentic fishermen's cottages, the story of Smuggler King John Andrews is being brought to life in the three-room Saltburn Smugglers Heritage Centre, next to the Ship Inn, as it reopens in time for Easter on Good Friday, March 21.

Opening times are Wednesday to Sunday 10am until 6pm until May 31.
June 1 - June 30, Tuesday to Sunday 10am - 6pm.
July 1 -August 31, daily 10am -6pm.
September 1 - September 30, Wednesday - Sunday 10am - 6pm.
With last admission at 5.30pm.

Admission prices are: adult/oap's £1.95, children (over 5) £1.45 with a family rate for two adults and two children of £5.80.

There are reduced rates for pre-booked groups and schools. Call 01287 625252 for more details.

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