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Bridlington Attractions

Places to visit and things to do in Bridlington

Sewerby Hall

Sewerby Hall is situated 2 miles north of the seaside resort of Bridlington, on the East Yorkshire coast. The grade I listed country house is set in 50 acres of landscaped gardens in a cliff top location on the outskirts of Sewerby village.

Bridlington Spa

The Spa Bridlington is the East Coast's finest entertainment venue, attracting visitors from throughout the UK. From its 3,800 capacity concerts, to its dramas, sports events, exhibitions and variety shows, The Spa Bridlington definitely has something for everyone.

The Bayle Museum

The Bayle Museum is situtated in a monastic gatehouse over 800 years old, the gatehouse was once the entrance to Bridlington Priory which was amongst the wealthiest monasteries in Yorkshire in the fifteenth century The Bayle Museum

The Landtrain

Be transported up and down the North and South Promenade or along the clifftops to Sewerby Hall and Gardens.

Leisure World

Now renamed "East Riding Leisure, Bridlington", the £25 Million development is the best leisure facility in the East riding.  It has a state of the art gym, function rooms, childrens climbing walls, swimming pools, including the splash zone for children and adults with slides, water cannons and tipping buckets.  There is a coffee shop for drinks and a relax enjoying the views, and gift shops. Leisure World

Flamborough Head, Bempton Cliffs and RSPB Sanctuary


Flamborough Head has one of the most important seabird colonies in Europe. In summer the cliffs are packed with tens of thousands of breeding auks, gannets and gulls creating a memorable experience. The chalk grassland, especially in Holmes Gut, is rich in flowers attracting butterflies and a number of uncommon moths.


Flamborough Cliffs nature reserve consists of three sections, Breil, Holmes and Thornwick, each with their own character but all important for the seabird colonies nesting on the 100-foot high sheer chalk cliffs.


 The Priory

 Dating from 1113 AD, the Bridlington Priory Church was originally part of one of England's leading monasteries. The surviving nave of the church is now a thriving parish church with a wealth of historic features.

The Priory organ was built in 1889 by the Belgian firm of Anneessens. In 2006, under the direction of organ consultant Paul Hale, it was completely rebuilt by Nicholson of Malvern. It is now one of the finest four manual organs in the country, having modern mechanical and electrical action yet retaining most of the original pipework. With its 75 stops it is more than capable of faithfully rendering the wide range of British and Continental organ music.

 Burton Agnes Hall & Gardens

 Burton Agnes Hall is unique: it is a truly magnificent stately house that is also a warm and wonderful home. Burton Agnes Hall is a glorious example of Elizabethan architecture; built between 1598 and 1610 by Sir Henry Griffith, it has stayed in his family for more than four centuries.