The Dorman Museum forms part of Middlesbrough Council's 'Museums Service' along with its sister venue - the Captain Cook Birthplace Museum, situated in Stewart Park.
The Dorman Museum houses a large collection of items from the fantastic to the fabulous, celebrating Middlesbrough's heritage through natural history and geology to social history and Victorian arts and craft.
The museum offers a great range of eight themed display galleries, full disabled access throughout and additional facilities such as café, on - site collection stores, resources room and education suite.
The Virtual Tour allows you to see all our permanent galleries from the comfort of your home!Visit The Virtual Tour
Hanging in the double height space of the new Dorman Museum extension is a remarkable and unique historic plan...View The Estate Plan
There are 1,060 items in the Linthorpe Pottery collection representing around 465 of the 2,350 different designs thought to have been produced during the pottery's ten year history...View The Pottery Collection
15th June - 31st December 2013
This facinating exhibition takes a look at one of the darkest chapters in human history.
Exhibition Admission Charges:
Adult - £3
Concession - £2
Under 10s and carers - Free
Open Tuesday - Sunday : 10am - Last Admission 3.30pm
Pencil and Paper
by Becki Harper
3rd September 2013 - 5th January 2014
The exhibition showcases an array of narrative style artwork, which is mainly character based.
The Dorman Museum is delighted to announce that it has been awarded a Heritage Lottery Fund grant to showcase a collection of works by design pioneer Christopher Dresser.