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                                   Immerse yourself in a Harbour’s tale...
Harbour Heritage Museum
Boasting a rich history stretching back
to pre-Roman times, the Harbour’s
story unfolds chapter by chapter at the Harbour Heritage Museum. Pay a visit to the Three Brothers, built way back in 1912 and still moored in the Harbour.
Bon voyage...
Yorkshire Belle
Try out those sea legs on the Yorkshire Belle as you spot the seabirds over the famous 300 foot high Bempton Cliffs. Now celebrating 70 years, and once voted the Sunday Times Best Boat Trip in Britain, this is an absolute must whilst in Bridlington.
Take a speedboat ride...
Slow and steady never wins the race...
For the thrill-seekers, Bridlington’s speedboats reach some of the fastest speeds in the UK. Book yourselves in at the harbour and explore the inviting bay as the town flashes before your eyes.
      Hop aboard the Pirate Ship
Certainly a must for the younger ones, taking a
ride on the Pirate Ship comes highly recommended. Pirate accents allowed, just be careful you don’t ‘embarrass’ the kids.
Walk the paths
of times gone by...
The Maritime Trail
Offering a real taste of Bridlington’s maritime history, the trail is renowned for offering a fascinating journey through the town’s streets.
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