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    Filey Museum

    Filey Museum



    8-10 Queen Street,
    North Yorkshire,
    YO14 9HB


    Filey Museum is a Grade II listed building, built in 1696. It consists of eight rooms with exhibits relating to Filey past and present, including a photographic collection, items on the seashore, the lifeboat and fishing. There is a garden area with a replace baiting shed.

    *Voted 'Best Small Attraction' at Discover Yorkshire Coast Tourism Awards 2006/2008.

    For further details see

    Disabled toiletsEducation/study area

    Dogs acceptedGuided tours for groupsFacilities for hearing impairedFacilities for visually impaired


    Adults £2.50 (3 euros)
    Children under 16 £1.00 (2 euros)
    Registered Charity. Small admission charge, under 5's free.
    Large groups to book in advance


    See location of Filey Museum on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

    Map reference: TA 117808  Lat: 54.21077 Long: -0.28874

    By Road:
    Follow road signs to Filey. Over railway crossing, turn left at roundabout, right at mini-roundabout, 1st left into Church Street, 1st right into Queen Street, Museum at the top of the street.

    By Public Transport:

    Parking: free


    • Disabled toiletsDisabled toilets
    • Education/study areaEducation/study area
    • Dogs acceptedDogs accepted
    • Guided tours for groupsGuided tours for groups
    • Facilities for hearing impairedFacilities for hearing impaired
    • Facilities for visually impairedFacilities for visually impaired
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