With the Easter holidays fast approaching, we thought we’d help you out with some local ideas to keep all the family entertained. As a county, Yorkshire is vast, so where to start?
Well, we’ve plumped for Scarborough! The beautiful, historical, fun-filled beach resort on the East Coast. Two bays with sandy beaches, donkey rides, a 12th Century Castle, the Japanese style landscaped park and gardens at Peasholm Park, the Sealife Centre, not to mention that Scarborough is home to the ‘UKs Number 1’ fish and chip shop – what’s not to love?
Did you know?
It’s always an education with Uniquely Local! Here’s 3 bite-size facts about Scarborough…
Scarborough became England’s first seaside resort in 1626.
Anne Bronte died and was buried in Scarborough in 1829.
The South Cliff lift was the first to be opened in the UK in 1875.
Looking for things to do in Scarborough?
Why not be a chocolatier for the day whilst visiting Scarborough? Embrace the Easter Bunny season – it’s coming whether you like it or not, so why not make your own? Go on, treat yourselves, your kids…anyone with a sweet tooth!
Spend the day on the beaches with expert paleontologists to discover Jurassic dinosaur footprints or combing the sandy shores to find fossils. All equipment is provided, simply turn up with your group/family in suitable clothing ready to explore the amazing secrets hidden on our coast.
Fancy a few hours of crafting, combined with afternoon tea whilst the record player hums away? Pick from sewing or paper craft workshops, to make your own bunting making, make-up bags, notebooks…how relaxing. We love pretty things!
The fantastic Tour de Yorkshire is coming once again. Starting on Friday 28th April and finishing on Sunday 30th April! Be there in Scarborough to cheer the teams in at the finish line on Day 1 of the Tour!
What better way to celebrate this fantastic part of your country!