New Year's Eve in Middlesbrough in 2013/ 2013 - from hamlet to rocketing development
Middlesbrough is located on the south bank of the River Tees in North East England and it sits within the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire. With a population of 139,000 inhabitants, it is the largest town in terms of area and number of residents, but the smallest district on Teesside. Only three miles away of Britain's third largest port, it is a place where visitors coming to celebrate the New Year's Eve in Middlesbrough in 2012/ 2013 will definitely not get bored.
By far the town's major attraction is the Acklam Hall, a Restoration mansion, easy to reach through an avenue of trees off Acklam Road, and an amazing recording of various trends in English architecture. There is a special charm in the terraced Victorian streets around the town centre, but also in the lovely countryside along the River Tees. Art lovers choosing to spend the New Year's Eve in Middlesbrough in 2012/ 2013 will probably not miss the opportunity of visiting the second largest collection of Picasso's works in the UK, while history lovers will definitely pay a visit to the famous explorer's Captain Cook Birthplace Museum. At the same time, fun and music lovers will not be at all disappointed by the town's rich diversity of leisure parks, music venues and restaurants.