One of the best seaside resorts in the UK, Bridlington has had substantial renovation and now boasts a superb Edwardian promenade, funfair, a historic harbour, parks, miles of golden sands and a lovely old town full of antique shops, bars and restaurants.
Bridlington's Local Attractions
Get your adrenalin pumping and test out your combat tactics at this paintball and laser experience centre just outside of Bridlington. Each session features a range of game scenarios with players being tasked together in teams.
Makers of confectionery for four generations, sweet lovers everywhere will surely find something to their taste! Tours around the factory include the opportunity, when factory schedules allow, to join the workforce and produce your own stick of seaside rock and lollipops.
Catering for fun and serious swimmers alike, the centre houses 3 pools, including a wave pool, water slides, rain storm effect and other water features. The complex also includes a bar and Catering facilities, a multi purpose hall for indoor bowling winter and the Caribbean Club health & fitness suite.
Set in 50 acres of parkland Sewerby Hall provides enough attractions to keep the whole family amused. Within the grounds there is a children's zoo, adventure playground, pitch and putt and for adults there are a wealth of beautifully decorated Regency rooms, the 19th Century conservatory and a bowling green.
The Bayle Museum, within an 800 year old monastic gatehouse, has a variety of collections from local and military history, agricultural objects, photographs and medieval manuscripts.
Running trips daily through the summer from Bridlington harbour, the cruises take in the spectacular coastline and views of the Bempton Bird Sanctuary.