Historic country house hotel standing on the clifftops, 600ft above sea level with panoramic views across Robin Hood's Bay and extensive grounds. Leisure facilities and golf course.
Industrial archaeological remains of Alum Works. Alum shale quarried from the hillside was used in liquor production at the site, for use in dyeing and tanning leather.
Farm shop with local produce. Cafe with traditional farmhouse cooking. Homemade cakes from on-site bakery. Courtyard, animals & play farm.Play farm open daily - climb on the tractor and boat, make a den in the hay barn and see the animals.
Foreshore Road, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 1UN, Tel: 01482 22 22 22, www.eyms.co.uk, (3 miles, 4kms)
Open top bus service linking north bay to south. A trip to Scarborough isn't complete without a ride on an open top bus - the buses with bow ties! Bargain day and family tickets are available - buy them from the bus driver.
51A Westborough, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 1UN, Tel: 01723 507300, www.eyms.co.uk, (3 miles, 4kms)
Scarborough and District Bus Office, local internal bus office.
The Gallery tells the story of Scarborough through art: its history, the influence of the sea, and portraits & fashion. The 2012 Fears, Foes & Faeries exhibition explores English folklore & charms.
Scarborough castle conceals over 3000 years of turbulent history dating right back to the bronze age. It is said that King Richard III enjoyed the view from the battlements so much so that he still walks them today!
Scarborough cricket club's history spans a century and a half, the club being founded in 1849 when the first matches were played on castle hill. The Club is within walking distance of the town centre towards the North Bay.
Scarborough International School of English was established in 1968, situated in the beautiful seaside town of Scarborough. The original school is an attractive 19th century building, is ideally located within a 10 minute walk of the town.
Scarborough Maritime Heritage Centre is an exhibition and information centre covering the history of ship building, fishing and the maritime life of Scarborough's port and harbour since the Roman and Viking times to present day.
A traditional indoor market selling a wide choice of goods. Beneath the main market you will find the market vaults shopping centre, a labyrinth of treasure troves selling antiques, art & crafts.
Northstead Manor Gardens, Burniston Road, Scarborough, YO12 6PF, Tel: 01723 383636, Email, www.scarboroughopenairtheatre.com/events-and-bookings/, (2 miles, 3kms)
Originally Europe's largest open air theatre was re-opened in grand style in the summer of 2010 by Her Majesty the Queen.
Scarborough SEA LIFE Sanctuary will take you on a fascinating journey from the coastline to the depths of the ocean through 12 themed zones. Discover a magical underwater world filled with a dazzling array of amazing creatures.
Cayton bay is a stunning beach location and home to some of the best beach break waves on the East Coast. It also happens to be one of the few beaches in the area that can be surfed through all states of tide.