We visited the Bayle Museum for the princely sum of £1 per adult and free for the kids and my goodness, was it worth it... It's only a small museum sited in the old part of Bridlington Town but there is LOADS crammed into it. From graffiti from soldiers stationed there during the Napoleonic wars to a pair of queen's gloves, a table intricately carved with tiny mice and (my personal favourite) some amazing photographs of Bridlington during Victorian times. The old postcard collection is fab too.
Yes, it's only small, but there is so much history of the town in those photographs alone. The history being presented here concerns saints and queens, but it is also very much concerned with the ordinary people of the town - a rarity sometimes in historic attractions.
For a quid each we spent a good long time going over the exhibits and even the kids enjoyed themselves. Definitely worth a look - as is the old town itself. In a quieter part of Bridlington, this part of town has a more Whitby-ish feel to it and is very interesting with quaint and unusual pubs and shops.
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