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Things to do in Bridlington

Bridlington has so much to offer it's tourists and residents that we couldn't even begin to cover it all here. However, we have managed to collate a few of the biggest and best attractions from our lovely town to help you plan your trip.


Beverley Minster

Beverley Minster is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful Gothic buildings in Europe.

As a stunning piece of architecture, as a massive wow factor, as a real piece of history to get your teeth into, visit Beverley Minster

Thornwick Bay, North and South Landings

Idyllic Bays nestled into the cliff face of Flamborough head, with rock pools, caves and headland to explore its great for adventure, or a lazy afternoon at the beach

Thornwick Bay Flamborough

Bridlington Historic Old Town

Steeped with history, yet still a very quaint and picturesque part of Bridlington's heritage. Also setting for the box office hit remake of Dads Army

Birds of Prey and Animal Park

Bridlington Birds of Prey and Animal Park is an award winning family run business. There are lots to offer for a fun family day out : a range of birds of prey and animals including Owls, Hawks, Falcons, Meerkats, Wallabies, Alpacas

barn owl sitting on fence
Danes Dyke aerial view

Danes Dyke

Danes Dyke is a Scheduled Ancient Monument of national importance.  Declared a nature reserve in 2002, you can enjoy walks around the Dyke taking in some truly breath taking views over our stunning coastline.


Contemporary Art Gallery

Opened in 2017, Bridlington's art galley showcases some very local talent. A Contemporary Art Gallery and Studio in the heart of Bridlington. Located right on the South Beach, for amazing views and a brilliant café to boot!

Bondville Model Village

A favourite with users of Trip Advisor, this teeny tiny world has been given the certificate of excellence, a charming day out for all the family.


Treasure Island Mini Golf

Located on the Bridlington promenade, just 5 minutes walk from the apartments you will find the latest in mini golf fun, designed by the same talented chaps who have worked with Disney and Altern Towers, its sure to be a barrel of laughs!


John Bull Rock

Take a guided tour around the famous John Bulls rock factory in Bridlington to see how the iconic seaside rock and confectioneries are made. Make your own Chocolate lolly and personalised stick of rock. After all, tasting is the most important part, right?

Candy Kingdom is also here, a great indoor adventure play area for 0-12 year olds, children can run wild in the soft play areas with slides and ball pools whist the café and tables are perfect for adults to have a time out with a tea and cake after a tour around the factory.

RSPB Bempton Cliffs

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, gulls, and most notably puffins 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.  


East Riding Leisure Centre

Tone Zone

Bring your workouts away with you, with our state of the art fitness suite. and enjoy the same stunning views as the ones from your apartment. Finish with a relaxing dip in the jacuzzi, sauna, or steam rooms

Clip & Climb

A stunning series of climbing based activities that provide healthy, challenging fun for everyone. Perfect for ages 4 to 84, children can visit and climb unaccompanied from age 11+

Swimming and Splash Zone Facilities

  • 25 Metre 6 lane pool

  • 13m x 7m learner pool with a moveable floor, to a maximum depth of 2m

  • Children Splash Zone including waterplay features and two interactive water slides connected to the learner pool

  • Seating for 150 spectators by the main swimming pool

Sewerby Hall and Gardens

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.

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