This was the principal town of the Brigantes, whose earlier tribal stronghold can be seen at Stanwick. The remains include parts of the Roman defences and two spectacular mosaic pavements. The on-site museum displays local Roman finds.
The Scarborough Fair Collection hosts a magnificent working collection of Vintage Cars, Steam Engines, Vintage Fairground Rides and Mechanical Organs topped off with a 'Mighty' Wurlitzer Organ in our spacious ballroom. Set in the scenic grounds of the Flower of May Holiday Park on the coast road between Scarborough and Filey.
The Stephen Joseph Theatre is a cultural icon of the Yorkshire region, providing accessible, high quality theatre for audiences worldwide since 1955. The SJT is known for its world premieres of almost all of Alan Ayckbournâ€™s 75+ plays and its commitment to new writing. It is home to excellent drama, music, films and comedy, as well as the musical adaptations of Artistic Director Chris Monks. The SJT has toured plays to more than 45 national and international venues, and in summer 2014 the company will tour to New York, marking its fifth visit.
With its stunning location and panoramic views over the dramatic Yorkshire coastline, the castle will be the pinnacle of your visit to Scarborough. Come and see objects from its 3,000 years of history, play on the grassy headland, and take tea in the Master Gunner's house.
Peasholm Park has a tranquil lake and in the summer months people can hire boats of all sorts to enjoy the water at close quarters. Boats include traditional rowing boats and canoes but pedaloes with dragon heads are available too and these prove to be very popular with summer visitors and locals alike. If you don't fancy pedaling then go for a sail in the Swan launch where you can relax on the water and let someone else steer the boat. There is a bandstand in the middle of the lake and music concerts which are free of charge can often be heard during the summer season.
Flamborough Lighthouse has been protecting shipping for over 200 yearsand is well worth a visit.
BridlingtonsÂ lifeboat station is free admission with the chance to buy small gifts, with all the money going to this great cause.
Bridlingtons old town and the old stocks, Priory Church and Bayle Museum. Besides the many antique shops, the pubs are traditional and ideal for a nice pub lunch.
North Landing is just a short drive away and is a beautiful cove with a sandy beach and cafe nearby.
Bridlington harbour is always interesting at any time of the day, where you can watch the fishing or take a trip on a pleasure boat. Alternatively you could enjoy a few hours fishing aboard one of the many cobble boats that are available.
Sewerby Hall park, mini zoo, childrens play area, pitch and putt, model village and cafe - you could walk there along the cliff top (it takes about half an hour) or catch the land train.