Preston Park Museum could be very creative Museum. Stroll in Quarry Wood Nature Reserve or along the banks of the Tees. Wander across the Victorian walled kitchen lawn or or revel in the thrills of the first rate skatepark and play location. There’s something for every body to explore. Jumps, street fixtures and a bridge centrepiece graces the Borough’s largest and most up-to-date BMX/skateboard park, opened in Preston Park within the summer time of 2014. This Museum is very well-known for very own Architecture.
The £250,000 scheme consists of a road route, a massive bowl and a waft segment. It is appropriate for customers of every age and abilties and meets the desires of a iety of customers, inclusive of BMXer's, skate boarders, in-line skaters and scooter users. The layout has many tough capabilities together with bounce containers, vertical sections, set-up rails and grind blocks. The skatepark is used not best with the aid of citizens of Stockton Borough however also appeals to people from throughout the area. The course became funded through Sport England and Stockton Council.