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What’s on in Bridlington

Another quintessential British holiday resort, offering a vast array of things to do and see. The town offers two beaches: The South Beach - over a mile long - is very popular, with its firm sands curving into the far distance backed by a low easily eroded cliffs and sand dunes. Away from the beach Bridlington offers the family on holiday plenty to do.

Bridlington offers a wealth of places to visit and things to do and enjoy whatever the weather. Picturesque walks around areas of natural beauty, a few hours spent enjoying the waves at Leisure World, an evening at the Theatre, local Museums, spend your pennies in the local arcades, a walk around and much more, Bridlington is much more than a simple day at the seaside.

The seaside resort of Bridlington lies on the east coast of Yorkshire, south of Scarborough and Filey. There are two beautiful, award-winning beaches of golden sand that stretch out on either side of the historic harbour, bustling with activity.

Beautifully designed promenades provide everything from fun-fairs to quiet places where you can sit and watch the world go by. The amazing selection of shops, attractions, restaurants and the historic ‘Old Town’ of Bridlington offer a fascinating contrast to life on the beach, where the latest Dad’s Army has been filmed, whilst the Bridlington Spa Theatre on the front provides evening entertainment.

For art lovers nearby is the gateway to Woldgate, an area made famous by the artist David Hockney, further afield are the picturesque villages and scenery of the Yorkshire Wolds, the neighbouring resort of Hornsea and the spectacular heritage coastline. There are numerous places to visit in the area, including Bempton’s bird sanctuary, Sewerby Hall, Danes Dyke and Flamborough Head, a great area for bird and nature lovers, or simply for touring.