Out & About In Scarborough

Scarborough has many attractions, from the medieval castle to the charming old town. Beaches on the North Bay and South Bay. There is a sea life centre, cliff walks. Close to the hotel is St. Mary’s Church where Anne Bronte is buried. The coast is mentioned in her book Agnes Grey.

Scarborough Art Gallery – Has a lively temporary exhibition programme

Rotunda Museum – The finest surviving purpose built museum of its age in the country, built in 1828

Anne Bronte – As mentioned in her book Agnes Grey, she loved Scarborough

John Atkinson Grimshaw - The Artist was a Victorian era painter from Leeds. The poem Castle By The Sea was written by Henry Longfellow describing Scarboroughs fabulous views. Grimshaw lived at the Castle By The Sea in Scarborough for 3 years.

Stephen Joseph Theatre – Excellent award winning productions, theatre & restaurant

Spa Conference Centre - Shows throughout the year as well as musicals, pantomimes and orchestras.

Futurist Theatre – Childrens' shows, ballet, concerts, summer shows and cinema.

Hollywood Plaza – Showing up to date popular films!

Opera House Casino – Also a restaurant and bar
Other Attractions in Scarborough also include;

  • Scarborough Castle
  • Museums and Art Galleries
  • Sea Life Centre
  • North Yorkshire Moors Railway
  • Castle Howard
  • Pickering Castle
  • Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens
All are excellent reasons to visit Scarborough.

Close by we also have;

  • Peasholm Park
  • South Cliff Gardens
  • Valley Gardens
  • Royal Albert Park
  • Falsgrave Park
  • Dalby Forest Trail
  • Wykeham Forest
All of which are beautiful walks.
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