North Road Station, Darlington, , DL3 6ST
Restored 1842 station housing a collection of exhibits relating to railways in the North East of England, including Stephenson's Locomotion.
Vane Terrace, Darlington, , DL3 7AX
Extensive arts centre building with theatre, recital rooms, galleries, artists studios, workshops plus public bars and bistro.
Crown Street, Darlington, , DL1 1NB
Programme of exhibitions by local and regional artists.
Parkgate, Darlington, , DL1 1RR
Edwardian theatre built in 1907 providing classic drama, musicals, ballet, opera, pantomime, international dance and national tours.
Darlington, Darlington, , DL2 2PS
Go Ballistic, UK's largest paintball network - over 100 venues across England, Scotland & Wales. Half & full day sessions which includes everything needed to enjoy a fantastic day of paintball.
the Tourist Information Centre, Horsemarket, Darlington, Tees_Valley, Darlington, , DL1
Spend some quality time with family/friends doing something a bit different. Solve the clues exploring in your home town or when visiting somewhere new, working as a team and having lots of fun.
Staindrop, Darlington, , DL2 3AH
The medieval castle, home of Lord Barnard's family since 1626, includes a 200-acre deer park, walled gardens, carriage collection, adventure playground, shop and tearoom.
Coniscliffe Road, Darlington, , DL3 8TF
Former Darlington waterworks, first established in 1849. Now a working museum showing the history of water supply from steam through to gas and electric pumping engines.
Morton Park, Darlington, , DL1 4PJ
A life-size sculpture of a red brick train was designed and built by international artist David Mach. The train is situated on the Morrison's Morton Park site.