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What's On in Scarborough, North and East Yorkshire

What's on in Scarborough and the surrounding area's - Britain's first tourist resort!

Please click on any of the links below to find out what's going on at some of the best attractions and places of interest in and around the Scarborough area.

  1. Scarborough Spa Complex
  2. SJT - Stephen Joseph Theatre
  3. The Futurist Theatre & Cinema
  4. Art in Yorkshire
  5. Yorkshire Gardens
  6. Scarborough Maritime Heritage Centre
  7. Dalby Forest
  8. Scarborough Tourist Information Centre - Events
  9. Scarborough Museums Trust
  10. Castle Howard
  11. Ryedale Folk Museum
  12. Burton Agnes Hall and Gardens
  13. Scarborough Castle
  14. Eden Camp
  15. Scarborough YMCA
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Tour de Yorkshire 2015

Tour de Yorkshire 
1 - 3 May 2015 

 

 

  • Stage 1 on Friday 1st May will start in Bridlington and finish in Scarborough - 174km 
  • Stage 2 on Saturday 2nd May will start in Selby and finish in York - 174km 
  • Stage 3 on Sunday 3rd May will start in Wakefield and finish in Leeds - 167km 

All 3 Stages Web

 

Stage 1 will start in seaside town of Bridlington and 174km later finish further up the coast in Scarborough. The riders, from all over the world, will pass through spectacular coastal scenery and the iconic North York Moors landscapes. From the start line in Bridlington the riders will head along the Flamborough Head Heritage Coast before turning away from the coast into the North York Moors National Park, through Dalby Forest and towards Pickering. They’ll then take a spectacular journey back to the coast at Whitby, and then south to Robin Hood’s Bay with the ultimate race to the finish line on the seafront at Scarborough.

Stage 2 will see the race start outside the imposing Selby Abbey. The route takes in much of the Yorkshire Wolds, and from Selby will take the peloton towards Market Weighton, through North Newbald and on to Beverley, where they will turn north to Malton, then on to Stamford Bridge. Spectators will have the chance to see a circuit of York and organisers are hoping for a dramatic finish in the town. And as part of the legacy of the Tour de France to get more women cycling there will also be a dedicated women’s event on a circuit through York on day 2, the 2nd May.

Stage 3 will see the peloton make a return to some of the roads raced in the 2014 Yorkshire Grand Départ of the Tour de France, only with a twist; starting in Wakefield, riders will travel south to Barnsley before heading to Holmfirth where they pick up the Grand Départ route in reverse, racing to Ripponden before riding the iconic Cragg Vale - which in the Tour de France was the country’s longest continual climb and now becomes the longest continual descent. The riders will then make their way to Hebden Bridge, Oxenhope and through the famous cobbled streets of Haworth, one of the most iconic images of the Tour de France in Yorkshire. After a steep climb at Goose Eye the riders will once again see Ilkley, with the famous climb up the Cow & Calf before a sprint point at Arthington and then what is expected to be a hugely popular finish line in Roundhay Park in Leeds.

Many in the media are already dubbing it as one of the biggest and most exciting cycling events in the UK in 2015 and we hope you will be part of it. The race will start around midday each day; we will be issuing more detailed timings shortly, and you can watch anywhere along the route for free. It will also be shown live on television in the UK and across Europe and a huge television audience is expected, once again shining a spotlight on Yorkshire.

Amateur cyclists can also take part in the Tour de Yorkshire Ride, a mass participation bike ride which promises to be one of the most challenging and popular sportives in the British calendar. Organised by Human Race, it will take place before the pro race on the morning of the final day, Sunday 3rd May and thousands are expected to take part. You can register here, more details will be released next week.

 

To find out more please visit http://letour.yorkshire.com/ 

Please call reception on 01723 362431 for our special Tour de Yorkshire offer on accomodation over the weekend 

 

Local Tourist Information Centres

Tourist Information Centres

Bridlington
25 Prince Street
Bridlington, YO15 2NP
Tel - 01482 391634

Filey
The Evron Centre
John Street
Filey, YO14 9DW
Tel - 01723 383637

Hull
1 Paragon Street
Hull, HU1 3NA
Tel - 01482 223559

Pickering
The Ropery
Pickering, YO18 8DY
Tel - 01751 473791

Scarborough
Brunswick Shopping Centre
Westborough
Scarborough, YO11 1UE
Tel - 01723 383636

Whitby
Langborne Road
Whitby, YO21 1YN
Tel - 01947 602124

York
1 Museum Street
York, YO1 7DT
Tel - 01904 550099

This is a small selection of the Tourist Information Centres in the area.

 

Rotunda Museum

Rotunda Museum

Explore, Learn, Discover

South Bay, Scarborough

Full of fascinating objects, the Rotunda Museum is home to Gristhorpe Man, a unique Bronze Age skeleton. Found near Scarborough buried in a tree trunk, Gristhorpe Man is the best example of a tree burial in the UK. There is also the Speeton Plesiosaur - a fantastic marine reptile from the lower Cretaceous period, found near Filey. Scarborough's Lost Dinosaurs is an exploration of Jurassic Scarborough and its residents.

Visist www.scarboroughmuseumtrust.org.uk for further details

Scarborough Art Gallery

Scarborough Art Gallery
The Crescent, Scarborough

First Floor Exhibition

East Coast Open

24 January - 15 March

Show your art! The East Coast Open is a chance for local people to get their art shown in Scarborough Art Gallery. Judged by artist Len Tabner, arts patron Lady Ayckbourn and Rosedale based sculptors Gillies Jones Glass. Click of the applciation form below for more details and to apply, the closing date is 7 - 9 January so get down to gallery and get involved!

 For details of events visit: www.scarboroughartgallery.org.uk

 

What's on at the Theatre in Hull, City of Culture 2017

Hull New Theatre's
Whats on in 2014


Swanlake - The Nutcrakcer
From 03 February, 2015

The Sound of Music
From 13 April, 2015

The above is a small selection of What's on at the Hull Theatre for more information
visit:www.hullcc.gov.uk/hullnewtheatre

 

Yorkshire's Great Houses, Castles and Gardens

Yorkshire's Great

Houses, Castles and Gardens

Burton Constable Hall


Near Hull, HU11 4LN

Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens


Near Driffield, YO25 4NB

Castle Howard


Near York, YO60 7DA

Harewood


Near Leeds, LS17 9LG

Sewerby Hall & Gardens


Bridlington, YO15 1EA

Sledmere House & Gardens


Near Driffield, YO25 3XG

Duncombe Park


Helmsley, YO62 5EB

Scampston Walled Garden


Near Malton, YO17 8NG

The above is just a small selection of places to visit in Yorkshire.
For more information and other attractions visit: www.castlesandgardens.co.uk

 

What's On In Scarborough