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An interesting insight into how fossils are made, different sorts and where to find them. Plus other interesting facts! Some hands on interaction for children too. There was also a craft fair on when we were there.
This is a small National trust run mini-museum that adds interest to your visit to Robin Hood's Bay as it tells you more about the history and sea-life. It's very small so doesn't take long and well worth popping in if you're in the village.
We passed this coatsguard station on our Cleveland Way trip - and it was really good to find out about Ravenscar - the village that never was - and then experience it in what was left of the town itself.
Just one of a number...More
We love the telephones in the Coastguard station that tell of the history behind the smugglers, the falling cliffs etc. Well worth a visit if you want to learn all about the coastline of Robin Hood's
It is free to visit the coastguard station and they have various objects on display that you can handle. We asked one of the ladies how you could distinguish Whitby Jet from Coal on the beach and she was extremely helpful and showed us what...More
We visited the station on a dull day and were surprised how small it was. Only need about 15-30 mins. Interesting info about the local history, geology and fossils with plenty of examples to touch and look at. Great spot here and the beach is...More