Discover the story of Middlesbrough FC’s most successful manager ever at Base Camp‘s Boro Shirt Museum.
They have historical shirts and memorabilia from cup finals, UEFA Cup runs and big names covered (plus a few surprises).
The story of Boro’s most successful era told through match worn Boro shirts.
Brought to you by Ten Feet Tall, Base Camp offers an inclusive event space like nothing else in Middlesbrough.
It’s tucked away in Exchange Square just two minutes’ walk from Middlesbrough Railway Station, in the town’s original Victorian Post Office.
You can enjoy an exciting programme of independent music, art, and cinema – but that’s not all. Does life drawing, kids yoga, a vintage market, or a beer festival take your fancy? That’s just the start of the diverse range of events you can expect.
Base Camp is also home to the Ali Brownlee Social Club, a lockdown-inspired project to recreate the buzz of conversation and laughter you’d find in a real life club. Now lockdown has eased, it meets physically at Base Camp and celebrates everything that makes Teesside great.
And don’t forget the delicious, street food-inspired vegan and vegetarian cafe menu it recently launched, and a list of cocktails inspired by, and named after, local bands and musicians.