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#1 of 1 things to do in Fylingthorpe
Beautifully clean with dog walkers, families and more serious walkers in abundance this area is a a little slice of heavenly tranquility.
... of Robin Hood's Bay and then onto the coastal path leading out the other side to the small remote location of Boggle Hole (there is a Youth Hostel here and a beach but little else - a beautiful quiet location!)

Sandsend Beach

Sandsend, UK 6.9 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Sandsend
this is a lovely beach great for children , great cafe good value very nice scones and sandwiches the crab ones are great ,plenty cakes to choose from .The is also a great little gift shop just across the bridge c...
... and relax or walk for miles and enjoy the sea view or the cliffs, its a match for anywhere in the UK for sure and better than some ive seen in foreign places, worth a visit with the kids, with a picnic hamper.

RNLI Lifeboat museum

Whitby, UK 4.8 mi away
#5 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Fantastic little museum that tells the story of past heroes of the Whitby lifeboat crew, easy to take the RNLI for granted living in the UK but it is real people putting everything on the line that mean this sea-f...
this is a very informative small museum packed with hundreds of photographs and memorabilia, covering hundreds of years history, the little shop has some lovely souvenirs, well worth a visit, it's free to enter bu...

Whitby Beach

Whitby, UK 4.7 mi away
#9 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Enjoyed a wonderful couple of days in this historic seaside town with lots to see and do with commercial and quaint parts for all ages and abilities and great beaches for safe picnics, bathing and swimming.
Love Whitby - seeped in history - friendly - warm and welcoming - must see things include the park - the pier - the abbey and the whale bones - each offering spectacular views - Worth battling the elements on cold...

Goathland Station

Goathland, UK 7.0 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Goathland
We purchased ticket that gave us unlimited travel all day we went from Goathland to Whitby then from Whitby to Pickering and what a wonderful way to travel the countryside is stunning and there is plenty of drinks...
We always visit Goatland station when staying in the area, we love just sitting &watching the trains arriving, it is one of our favourite places.The gift shop has some excellent products.
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Robin Hoods Bay Beach

Robin Hoods Bay, UK 0.6 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Robin Hoods Bay
What a beautiful little village and beach Lovely coastline and you can see for miles Quaint shops and cafes Quite hilly but worth it Parking is in a car park at the top it is pay and display
Be prepared for a relatively long walk to reach the beach from the car park (and a steep walk back), but it is through the very quaint village, which has various places to browse and stop for refreshments - for us...
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Grosmont Railway Station

Grosmont, UK 7.1 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Grosmont
... bygone era, old railway stations and I do so admire the volunteers who work for the NYMR Charitable Trust as a labour of love and make such a great contribution to railway heritage - as well as to modern tourism.
Staying in.the village of grosmont And travelling on the steam trains Brilliant family day out very relaxing and stepping back in time Lovely helpful staff

Whitby Harbour

Whitby, UK 4.6 mi away
#7 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Whitby is our favourite place to holiday ️ Just spent three weeks here again On our hols Second time in 6 months !! Great harbour and boats, great people & Town Wonderful people and atmosphere We love it
A real jewel in the British crown , what a beautiful sea side town this really is , great views, great pubs with loads of character and charm , lovely walks and seems to be a very happy dog friendly town with load...
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#8 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Yes it's in a wood you do get a bit muddy and the car park is almost always full, but visit early in the day take walking boots/wellies and look it up before you leave home.... Just had our second visit today and...
As we crossed the river we were met by some lovely paths, rocky but easily walkable uphill areas (nothing strenuous) I was all round just a lovely walk!

Whitby Museum

Whitby, UK 4.7 mi away
#2 of 40 things to do in Whitby
... of stuffed birds, an enormous collection of incredible model ships and ships in bottles, a mummified human hand found in creepy conditions, dolls houses, Captain Cook mementos, jet workmanship, clothes.
The Museum itself is situated in a beautiful park, which includes a children's area with plenty of things to climb + explore.

Pannett Park

Whitby, UK 4.6 mi away
#11 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Excellent all round family park fantastic small children’s playground wonderful grounds clean toilets and a small museum as well great place for a picnic
Pannett Park is located just outside the town centre and is a large area with lots of places to sit and relax and enjoy the nature and lovely views.
#10 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Fantastic little cottage ,typical fisherman's abode nestled in this beautiful little seaside cove,small compact but really lovely ,can't fault this place .....great pubs great walks great scenery and great people...
The history is fantastic, you need to be fit and active to get down to the bay but worth it to be able to see the cottages etc, from the car park at the top of the bay the view is breathtaking, you need time and s...

The Whalebone Arch

Whitby, UK 4.9 mi away
#16 of 40 things to do in Whitby
The views from here are fantastic and well worth visit the West Cliff to see the iconic heritage of Whitby.
Lots of history here in Whitby and very well informed and interesting especially for the kids, Captain cook was well absorb by the kids, now they know he was real!!!

Swing Bridge

Whitby, UK 4.6 mi away
#17 of 40 things to do in Whitby
It’s right in the middle of the town and it’s pretty cool to see (especially for kids) as when it swings open you can stand on the bridge if you time it right.

Ruswarp Pleasure Boats

Ruswarp, UK 4.2 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Ruswarp
Wonderful hour or two, perhaps with a picnic., Though probably a little more expensive than I remember :-)
Rented a boat with the wife and dog. the owners are helpful friendly and really kind.

Whitby Lighthouse

Whitby, UK 5.0 mi away
#12 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Every time we visit this beautiful town, we are sure to have a wander along the pier and visit the lighthouse, a beautiful landmark and wonderful views to be had from the top ️
... slippery when wet so be careful please worth visiting i love coming here the people can be great and on lovely sunny days the scenery are beautiful nice to come to the light house in the spring summer Autumn.

Saltwick Bay Beach

Whitby, UK 3.7 mi away
#19 of 40 things to do in Whitby
We spent a whole day fossil hunting which was great fun, and its a lovely bay to stroll along and to walk our dog.
Nice walk along the beach some great views and interesting fossils to be found.

Coastguard Station

Robin Hoods Bay, UK 0.6 mi away
#4 of 12 things to do in Robin Hoods Bay
A lovely lady helped us spot and identify the marine life in the mesmerising tank.
There is a small National Trust shop and upstairs usually holds craft exhibitions

199 Steps

Whitby, UK 0.4 mi away
#4 of 40 things to do in Whitby
If 199 steps uphill is too much of a hike after a day of exploring, take the hop on- hop off touring bus through town, be entertained by Whitby history along the way and get off at the upper most stop at Whitby Ab...
Whitby beneath you..at the top is St Mary's Church and Whitby Abbey which are two historic and very interesting places to visit the Church in particular inspired Bram Stokers Dracula.

Captain Cook Statue

Whitby, UK 4.9 mi away
#15 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Great Statue of a Great Man Captain Cook Most of us heard about his travels at school so it was nice to visit Whitby and see the Endeavor replica with Him looking out at it as it sails in and out of the harbour un...
A true world-changer in many ways, a man of amazing courage and vision, and speaking as a yachtie I know the dangers..............Great views of the town and surrounds.

Mini Monsterz

Ruswarp, UK 4.2 mi away
#2 of 5 things to do in Ruswarp
I visit here regularly, with my grandchildren,and friends,and have also been in a large group with cubs,and it is brilliant,for young and older children,tasty snacks and meals for both children and adults,the staf...
We have held our Daughters Birthday parties here for the past couple of years and everyone comments on how good it is.

Whitby Abbey

Whitby, UK 5.5 mi away
#13 of 40 things to do in Whitby
A fantastic insight into Whitby's past, a walk up the steps and the stunning views make they are work worthwhile, a well stocked gift shop and refreshments and beautiful gardens are a delight.
Really is worth going to it is a nice old abbey to look around and you get excellent views across Whitby bay, it is defo worth the drive through to Whitby for both the abbey and Whitby itself, although car park is...
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The Endeavour Experience Whitby

Whitby, UK 4.5 mi away
#23 of 40 things to do in Whitby
It's a life size replica of Captain Cook's Endeavour, with lots of informative displays and films, and we spent a couple of hours immersing ourselves in the experience.
Purchased a family ticket which in my opinion was great value especially when you compare it to some of the other heritage sites or Jorvick centre for example... Once on board the kids absolutely loved how it was...
#14 of 40 things to do in Whitby
The museum contains the definitive collection of James Cook-related artefacts from his travels and scholarly researches into his life and achievements.
The visit is made even more profound when you realise that you are treading in the footsteps of the great man: one of the world's greatest explorers.
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Along the Coast at Robin Hood's Bay

Robin Hoods Bay, UK 0.5 mi away
#6 of 12 things to do in Robin Hoods Bay
Found this walk on the AA website, It is a beautiful walk first through countryside and then returning via the Cleveland Way. Park in the first car park by the village hall, there are toilets there.Turn left out o...
You can walk along the beach at low tide or across the cliffs with lovely views.

The Robin Hood's Bay Ghost Walk

Robin Hoods Bay, UK 0.6 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in Robin Hoods Bay
An excellent fusion of folk law, local history, religious links, legend, personal experience and some poignant reflections on our political climate.
I thought Rose, our guide for the Ghost Walk, did an excellent job incorporating the audience, comedic and entertaining elements, along with very interesting and informative facts into her walk.

The Old Coastguard Station

Robin Hoods Bay, UK 0.6 mi away
#7 of 12 things to do in Robin Hoods Bay
They have a gift shop with loads of local chocolates (the marzipan is delicious), candles, National Trust books and other items.
Robin hood bay is a quaint little smuggling village down by the sea shore, but nestled at the bottom of the long road down is this really small national trust museum / information center.

Ruswarp Miniature Railway

Ruswarp, UK 4.2 mi away
#4 of 5 things to do in Ruswarp

The River Gardens

Sleights, UK 4.9 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Sleights
Drivers need to look out for the sign entering from the main room a short drive in or the garden centre car park can be missed.
Great food home made cakes.
#22 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Located a little off the beaten track the Whitby Tourist Information Centre is on the opposite side of the road to the Co-Op car park at the entrance to the harbour.
This can be used in any Scarborough Council District Public car park which I think is very good if you are staying over in Whitby and touring around the area.