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#1 of 5 things to do in Ruswarp
Reasonable prices and well worth a visit.
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199 Steps

Whitby, UK 3.9 mi away
#4 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Connecting cafes and local shops on the cobblestones up to the cliffs and brilliant Whitby Brewery and Abbey, the 199 steps are easy to walk up with tons of great views all of the way up and down.
Well worth the climb, the promise of the superb Abbey at the top and fantastic views of Whitby, plenty of wide steps inbetween to catch your breath if needed.

Sandsend Beach

Sandsend 2.7 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...
Fab beach, dog friendly with easy walks into town and fab local cafes, would particularly recommend sands end cafe for great local produce with a view!

Whitby Museum

Whitby, UK 1.1 mi away
#2 of 40 things to do in Whitby
An independent Victorian museum which is full of Stunning collections of local fossils, natural history, model ships, carved jet, toys costumes and local history, also artefacts of the explorer Captain Cook and Sc...
It has an outstanding fossil collection, lots of information on local geology, a huge amount about ships and seafaring (including Captain Cook and William Scoresby), and extensive natural and local history exhibits.

St Mary's Church

Whitby, UK 1.5 mi away
#6 of 40 things to do in Whitby
... expensive honestly breath taking the church is so beautiful even my grandchildren loved it I'm Catholic so churches for me are allway s beautiful but this was one of my favourites so beautiful well worth a visit
There are two pews for Visitors haha, a small shop in the entrance, you can see the bell ropes easily in a separate room

RNLI Lifeboat museum

Whitby, UK 1.5 mi away
#5 of 40 things to do in Whitby
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...
Great museum the displays are well made and are very informative and it is always good to show your support to these brave men and women

Robin Hoods Bay Beach

Robin Hoods Bay, UK 4.8 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
We enjoyed a stroll along the rocks and the beach with our two dogs - but our favourite part was wandering through the winding little streets and finding some lovely independent shops.
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#9 of 40 things to do in Whitby
... what an amazing place The waterfall is enchanting and worth a visit once in your lifetime It's pretty difficult to get to ground level ... easy to drive to from above and great cafe / restaurant A little gem
Utterly beautiful hidden gem , beautiful woodland walks picturesque waterfall and streams , and a lovely tea room with outstandingly tasty cakes and nice simple but delicious menu.

Whitby Beach

Whitby, UK 1.3 mi away
#8 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.
Its outstanding clean safe tidy beach great for families friends young old couples lovely beach toilets and cafes nearby great to get a ice cream here beautiful
#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...

Staithes Beach

Staithes, UK 8.9 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Staithes
Great beach: sand for castles, rockpools when the tide is out, fossil hunting, cliff-top walks, lovely village to explore.
Enjoyed a pleasant Sunday afternoon stroll around this quite charming and picturesque collection of former fishermen s cottages, after a walk along the Cleveland Way.
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Mallyan Spout

Goathland, UK 6.5 mi away
#2 of 6 things to do in Goathland
Mallyan Spout is a great Trek walk there are so many trails to choose but they all get to the waterfall you will need proper hiking boots or good strong foot wear there are also slippery rocks so do watch were you...
You have to clamber over few rocks to get right next to the spout, but take your time and its worth it, took my 4 year old with us he managed it well Such an amazing place to visit, the walk all the way to Grosmon...

Pannett Park

Whitby, UK 0.9 mi away
#11 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Lovely place for a stroll or to take the kids/grandchildren spotless, peaceful and well kept in all areas.
boating lake putting crazy golf and a lovely walk round the gardens make sure you park at the top near the activities as its a steep hill to climb otherwise

Whitby Harbour

Whitby, UK 1.2 mi away
#7 of 40 things to do in Whitby
a busy town on a sunny day,we love Whitby its has lots of little streets to explore with shops and amusement arcades and places to eat,the views every angle are lovely and great view of the harbour walking and on...
Whitby has to be one Of the prettiest towns anywhere, traditional seaside resort at its very best and some of the best fish and chips shops in the country, the old town and harbour are a delight to stroll around,...
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Whitby Lighthouse

Whitby, UK 1.7 mi away
#12 of 40 things to do in Whitby
If you are feeling energetic you can climb the steps of the lighthouse for a small fee.
81 steps from bottom to top in a spiral stone staircase - mind your head as you step out onto the balcony - great views.

Museum of Victorian Science

Whitby, UK 7.0 mi away
#1 of 40 things to do in Whitby
We had a marvellous time This is a gem Tony is knowledgeable entertaining and great fun Pat was a super host Tea and scones in their dining room A very special experience Thank you
A fantastic and very unusual way to spend a lovely couple of hours, in the company of the charming Tony and Pat Swift, going back in time and enjoying true Yorkshire hospitality in a great country setting.

Captain Cook Statue

Whitby, UK 1.5 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 great monument to a great explorer looking out to sea, a very interesting story of a Whitby man and a Whitby ship

The Whalebone Arch

Whitby, UK 1.4 mi away
#16 of 40 things to do in Whitby
... place to visit its great to siit on the benches on the grass by the whalebone and take in the history of the place and beauty of the area while listening and watching the sea and small boatwell worth a visit
The views from here are fantastic and well worth visit the West Cliff to see the iconic heritage of Whitby.

Swing Bridge

Whitby, UK 1.3 mi away
#17 of 40 things to do in Whitby

Boggle Hole

Fylingthorpe, UK 5.1 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Fylingthorpe
... a short walk away from Robin Hood's Bay along the beach, so for those who struggle with steep slopes like the one at Robin Hood's Bay this picteresque beach walk can offer access to another little hidden gem.
Walk down from the free car park through the trees and ferns to the cove and spend an afternoon exploring the rock pools and fossil hunting.

Goathland Station

Goathland, UK 5.9 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Goathland
Nice station stop on North Yorkshire moors railway , pleasant staff , nice little cafe , ideal for Harry Potter fans as well as heartbeat fans , used in the filming , you can get a platform ticket stamped Aidensfi...
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...
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The Robin Hood's Bay Ghost Walk

Robin Hoods Bay, UK 4.8 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in Robin Hoods Bay
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.
What a memorable last evening in North Yorkshire - being entertained by mysterious ghost stories, seeing the stunning coast near the bay and finding out so much about this beautiful village we had visited before.
#14 of 40 things to do in Whitby
... who accompanied him on his travels to the South Pacific and Australia, revealing fascinating information about the people, their culture and traditions and depicting some of the many botanical discoveries.
well again a great fantastic museum which is Highlighting the famous Explorer and so much to read and see items of the explorer well worth the visit .
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Saltwick Bay Beach

Whitby, UK 2.2 mi away
#19 of 40 things to do in Whitby
The beach is clean and there is very little rubbish left about, we have had quite a few good finds and fossil hunting is great for kids as well as adults, we always have great fun.
Nice walk along the beach some great views and interesting fossils to be found.

Grosmont Railway Station

Grosmont, UK 4.5 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.
Friendly staff and shop and tea room on station and nearby.A look behind the scenes in the sheds was just great, brought back happy memories of Lostock Hall sheds where my father worked and of course a Lostock Hal...

Coastguard Station

Robin Hoods Bay, UK 4.8 mi away
#4 of 12 things to do in Robin Hoods Bay
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 Bay

Mulgrave Castle

Sandsend 3.4 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Sandsend
This is a lovely walk up to the castle ruins if you do the loop it's about 3 miles and we'll worth the trek.
Beautiful woodland and a bit of a hidden treasure - didn’t see a single other person.

Pannett Art Gallery

Whitby, UK 0.9 mi away
#20 of 40 things to do in Whitby

St Mary's Church

Goathland, UK 6.5 mi away
#3 of 6 things to do in Goathland
Sturdy church, very well kept.
We often visit Goathland and stay at the Malayan Spout Hotel and have our usual visit to St Mary’s to light a candle in memory of loved ones no longer with us and have a few minutes there of peace and thoughtful n...
#22 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Worth going to if you need any information about the local area the staff are very friendly and as well as information and leaflets there are souvenirs to be purchased as well.
We purchased a 3 day car park permit which allows you to park in any North Yorkshire Council Car Park, excellent value at £7 per day.