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Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

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Outside view of Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art

Attraction Information

Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art offers a fascinating free day out for the family, with something for everyone.

mima has a family programme which includes a number of weekly activities, and regular school holiday programmes. Mini mima offers fun, interactive art activities for 0 to 4 year olds and their parents or carers, with refreshments provided. Mini mima runs every Thursday during term time, from 10am to 11.30am. £3.50 per child, accompanying adult free. Booking required.

The Saturday art trolley is there for families to get involved with creating and making with all sorts of material. Just drop in and join in! 1 to 4pm every week. Free!

mima daily family activities free, Interactive trail around mima with lots of fun adventures to do as a family, to help you get more out of your visit. There is also a free mima map will help you find your way around mima, and you can take it home and build your own mima as a memento of your visit.

Free doodle sheets are also available, so grab one and have a go at creating a wonderful artwork to take home too!

Regular school holiday programmes happen throughout the year, with information about upcoming events to be found on our website. For all events please go to reception when you arrive. To book, call mima reception or email.

Opening hours

Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday 10:00 - 16:30, Thursday 10:00 - 19:00, Saturday 10:00 - 16:30, Sunday 12:00 - 16:00

Location

Address

Centre Square,
Middlesbrough,
North Yorkshire,
TS1 2AZ,
England

Phone number

01642 931232

Pricing

Free admission

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There is an onsite shop

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