0 Best Scarborough Attractions Every Tourist Must See

In this creative hub by the sea, old and new mix together in an independent and unique blend. Scarborough is all about renovation using old places of interest as a place for growth and change. Over the years, the town has seen the transformation of the town museum into a space for artists, among other reinvention projects. Now, the town is abuzz with life and originality, though they have still preserved the castle and various churches to cling on to the past throughout their modern revolt.


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As a seaside town, Scarborough still offers one of the most traditional of English holiday attractions, Donkey Rides. See the Hee Haw Donkey Crew at South Bay Beach. The 12th-century Scarborough Castle is also an exciting place to visit, having the ruins of a Roman signal station. Views of both sides of Scarborough are impressive from this amazing Castle. Also see the SeaLife Sanctuary, which has 13 zones to explore, offering a 1000 different marine animals and lots of learning experiences.

Kids & Family

The Scarborough Fair Collection is a museum of showground rides, vintage machines, motors and vehicles and fairground paraphernalia that will entertain kids of all ages. It also has carousels, merry-go-rounds, and mechanical horses of all types for them to enjoy. The Peasholm Park offers, among the gardens and parklands, a miniature naval battle, Naval Warfare, that kids will be delighted with. There are also paddle-boats dressed up like dragons just for fun.


In the centre of Scarborough is the Brunswick Shopping Centre, but for an adventure go underground. In the Scarborough Vaults, haunted and the subject of many tales, the Vaults are now full of artisans and craftsmen in the Vault Markets. These are found below the St Helens Square indoor market.

Day Tours

Take a trip up to Whitby and visit the Old Coastguard Station, a day out that will be fun for the whole family. Robin Hood Bay is close to Whitby and fossils are regularly found there. Or take a day out at and go trekking with the Pesky Husky through the North York Moors, in specially built vehicles and a husky dog team.


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