Avalon is a late bar in Darlington which is home to club nights including Come Together, Frisky, Terrace Sessions and Vintage.
Opened in 1994, Blackwell Meadows is a 3,000 capacity sports venue that is home to Darlington Football Club and Darlington Rugby Club.
Cockerton Library is a small community library that stocks over 6,000 books and has a range of other resources.
Cornmill Shopping Centre
Cornmill Shopping Centre is the main shopping centre in the town and is home to over 40 shops including Primark, Next, HMB, W H Smith and more.
Crown Street Library
Crown Street Library houses the Central Lending Department, Reference Library and Centre for Local Studies. It is also home to the Crown Street Gallery, a gallery space championing new artwork by local and regional artists.
Darlington Hippodrome (formerly the Darlington Civic Theatre) re-opened in November 2017 following an extensive £13.7m restoration.
The Dolphin Centre is a council-run leisure centre, complete with swimming pools, diving boards, water slides, swimming lessons, an 8-court sports hall, gym, fitness classes, squash courts, soft play and bar/bistro.
Firthmoor Community Centre
Located in the heart of the Firthmoor estate in Darlington, Firthmoor Community Centre is owned and maintained by the Firthmoor & District Community Association.
Friends Meeting House
Friends Meeting House is the home of the Quakers, who have been based at their current site on Skinnergate since 1678 when it was bought for £35.
Harrowgate Club and Institute Ltd
Founded in 1907, the Harrowgate Club and Institute Ltd on Salters Lane North aims to be the hub of a great night out without breaking the bank.
Head of Steam
The Head of Steam – Darlington Railway Museum is located on the 1825 route of the Stockton & Darlington Railway – the world’s first steam-worked public railway.
Hole In The Wall
Hole In The Wall is a traditional town centre pub, offering a selection of real ales, craft beer, wine and spirits.
Rockliffe Hall is a five star luxury golf and spa hotel offering an award-winning spa, an 18 hole championship golf course and a wide range of restaurant options.
Seen is a bar in Darlington which is the home of club nights such as Kong Fridays, Solar Knights and Exposure.
St Augustine’s Parish Centre
Located across the road from St Augustine’s Church, St Augustine’s Parish Centre caters to all ages, from pre-schoolers to golden-agers.
South Park is a council-run park with a cafe, an aviary housing parrots, sports facilities and a calendar of events.
The Forum Music Centre
Owned by the Humantics social enterprise, The Forum Music Centre is a live entertainment venue in Darlington town centre.
The Juniper Tree
The Juniper Tree is a bar in Darlington town centre with over 70 worldwide gins and a wide variety of select spirits.
The Northern Echo Arena
Since 2013, The Northern Echo Arena has been home to Darlington Mowden Park RFC. The 25,500-seater stadium has also played host to the New Zealand All Blacks, as well as music acts such as UB40, a-ha and Steps.
The Old English Gentleman
The Old English Gentleman is a traditional pub situated in Darlington town centre.
The Pennyweight bar and restaurant is a traditional (but modern) pub serving a selection of food and beer in Darlington.
Situated on Mechanics Yard, The Quakerhouse is a real and and rock bar, which has won awards such as Regional Pub of the Year 2013, Darlington Pub of the Year 2014 and more.
The Quays is a Darlington centre pub serving real ales, world beers, fine wines and home-cooked food.
Theatre Hullabaloo is a 150-seat studio theatre, primarily providing young people’s productions with the ability to provide space for a diverse programme of events for smaller audiences.
Voodoo Cafe is a Latin and Mexican style restaurant and bar in Darlington serving Tex Mex and cocktails.
Built by Sir Gilbert Hansard in 1189, Walworth Castle stands proudly in 18 acres of English countryside on the outskirts of Darlington.