Teesside Archives collects, catalogues and preserves records and documents relating to the areas of Middlesbrough, Stockton, Hartlepool, and Redcar & Cleveland, and makes them accessible for research.
Tuesday: 11am to 7pm
Wednesday: 9:30am to 5pm
Thursday: 9:30am to 1pm
Please note: last document production is 45 minutes before closing.
|Teesside Archives will close to the public at 1pm on Thursday 20 December 2018 and reopen at 11am on Tuesday 8 January 2019.
Please note, Research Service requests and email enquiries will be responded to in the order they were received, from Wednesday 2nd January.
Phone: 01642 248321
Please note: outside of our opening hours you may need to leave a message
Address: Teesside Archives, Exchange House, Exchange Square, Middlesbrough, TS1 1DB
Public transport: Middlesbrough Railway Station - less than 5 minute walk
Middlesbrough Bus Station - around 10 minute walk
Book your appointment
It is important to book an appointment and find out if the information you are looking for is available before you visit. You can book an appointment by email, telephone or in person.
You can pre-order the documents that you would like to view during your visit so they can be retrieved before you arrive. Please check the catalogues or give specific details of your enquiry when you contact us.
When you arrive
When you arrive you will be asked to sign in and place your bags (including handbags and laptop cases) and coats in a locker, which is free to use.
No food or drink is allowed in the search room (including water, sweets and chewing gum) but there is a refreshment room where you can take a break.
Only pencils are permitted in the search room to prevent damage to the documents.
A member of staff will produce the documents you have pre-ordered or show you to the catalogues to allow you to look for records relevant to your research.
Please view our fees and charges document for details of costs for services including photocopying and scanning.
Please note that not all documents are suitable for photocopying and you are welcome to bring your own digital camera for a small charge, to take images of documents for private research purposes, providing they are not subject copyright restrictions.