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Want to know top places to visit while on holiday in Flamborough? Go for wildlife hunting at Danes Dyke and the nature reserve on the bank with your children or spouse. Or if you want a place in Flamborough with a cultural scene, then the Bayle Museum is the place to be.
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The Bayle Museum is a Grade 1 monument that is home to several collections of local items. History has it that the building used to be a gatehouse to a castle constructed by William le Gros in 1143. However, the Bayle became the Gatehouse to Bridlington Priory in the 14th Century. A porter and an Almoner lived inside the Bayle who watched entry & goings of people into the Priory and distributed food respectively.
Today, the Bayle Gate is used for several purposes, including a museum, a Prison, Court, and even a Non-Conformist meeting place.
The Bayle Museum’s possession is dedicated to the history of the local area information and the town.
Entry is FREE if you’re planning your weekend getaway to the Flamborough town. And it welcomes visitors of all ages.
The Danes Dyke beach is located on the South of Flamborough and just North of Bridlington. The bank, which is flanked by rocks and earthwork ‘wall’ becomes sandier as you get closer to the water. At low tide, when the rocks are exposed to the surface, it’s a good place to hunt for marine wildlife.
No doubt, Danes Dyke is amazing, even in winter. There’s a nature reserve on the bank and the beach which is a perfect spot for relaxation.
There are modern facilities at Danes Dyke, including a car park at the ground stone base. Also, you can find a kiosk at the car park where you can get junks and ice-creams. Children can go watch squirrels or deer at the woodland trails. Indeed, there’s something for everyone at the Danes Dyke.
Flamborough beach is a small beach of North Landing enclosed with caves and chalk arches. It’s located in a natural bay about 7 miles South-East of Reighton and the Northside of the Flamborough cape. At low tide, the beachside can be a good place to hunt for marine wildlife. Overall, the North Landing beach is a great place to visit for amazing scenic photos! And it’s just a couple of miles from Bridlington town.
Unwind from the buzzing city life with a stroll around Bondville Model Village, Bridlington’s miniature masterpiece. Entertain yourself as the Tank Engine train pulls its carriages across the river where fіѕhіng bоаtѕ and cruisers аrе mооrеd!. Besides, watching the Dog & Duck pub game is fun-packed already and not to be missed. In a nutshell, spending a holiday in Flamborough should include a visit to this beautiful contemporary village.
One of the most talked-about wildlife spectacles in the UK is the Bempton Cliffs. Recognized as the largest seabird colony in the country, birds around this place include gannets, razorbills, kittiwakes, shags, and puffins.
Take a peaceful evening stroll along with the quiet bird feeding garden which is surrounded by trees. Sail Yorkshire coastline on a Puffin and Gannet Cruise. You should keep your eyes on the seals and porpoises!