History and Heritage on the Coast
Bridlington's Old Town is a unique experience, the beautiful Augustian Priory is a must see for history buffs, while the Bayle Museum is now a museum dedicated to the the history of the town. Bridlington has a 900 year old working harbour which dates back to pre-Roman times, with a Harbour Heritage Museum.
Hornsea has a charming seafront promenade and an award-winning Folk Museum complete with Victorian farm kitchen, dairy, blacksmith’s shop and gardens.
Withernsea with its offbeat charm, has the Pier Towers, a remarkable castellated entrance to the family friendly beach or you can take a tour of the Lighthouse Museum.
A selection of History and Heritage on the Coast
Visit Sewerby Hall and Gardens
The beautiful Grade 1 listed Georgian Sewerby Hall is home to a permanent Amy Johnson Exhibition two rooms are given over to the important collection of Amy Johnson memorabilia, a gift from Amy’s father in October 1958 and a short film about her record breaking flight to Australia.
Take a tour of RAF Holmpton
And if you want more examples of Withernsea’s offbeat charm, look no further than the remarkable castellated entrance to the family-friendly beach, or take a tour of RAF Holmpton, a former Cold War era nuclear bunker just three miles outside the town.
Search for accommodation on the coast
Fancy treating yourself to a luxury hotel or cosy cottage? You can be sure of a warm welcome that suits your taste and budget.
Search for things to do and see
Bridlington offers something for everyone, whatever the weather.
Eating out on the Coast
You’ll never go hungry on the Coast. Alongside all the traditional British seaside favourites – fish and chips, ice cream, candy floss, doughnuts and waffles – the town offers a wide range of international cuisines in some great restaurants, cafes and tea rooms