A collection of 7th Century treasure found in Loftus has attracted more than 28,000 visitors after being put on display in Redcar.
The artefacts, on display since May, were found between 2005 and 2007 at the only known Anglo-Saxon royal burial site in north-east England.
On show at Kirkleatham Museum, they have been hailed by archaeologists as some of the rarest discovered.
Redcar & Cleveland councillor Sheelagh Clarke said she was “delighted”.
The artifacts were uncovered by Teesside archaeologist Steve Sherlock, together with members of the Teesside Archaeological Society, at a 109-grave site at Street House, Loftus. Read more.