FROM THE OPEN AIR THEATRE WHERE THE STARS COME OUT AT NIGHT

TO FOSSIL HUNTING AND BUSH CRAFT ITS ALL HAPPENING ON THE YORKSHIRE COAST

FROM THE OPEN AIR THEATRE WHERE THE STARS COME OUT AT NIGHT

Planning where to visit and what to do as lockdown restrictions lift?  With many people looking forward to revisiting favourite UK destinations this year, the Yorkshire Coast is making sure that there are plenty of new things to experience in a place people know so well.

New activities, events and experiences for 2021 – with all details to be found at www.discoveryorkshirecoast.com and all planned within government guidelines – include:

Scarborough’s Open Air Theatre (OAT) is once again playing host to some of the music industry’s biggest stars, with an extended season through to September, including Crowded House on 8 June, Beach Boys 13 June, Ru Paul Drag Race 20 June, Bryan Adams 1 July, Duran Duran 17 September and many more.

Play over 100,000 courses and activities suitable for adults and children at Whitby Golf Club’s new indoor golf simulator.

Find your inner calm with Happy Seal Yoga’s Yoga by the Sea classes from Easter.  Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) yoga classes will run in June, July and August.

Visit authentic smugglers’ haunts and hear tales of smuggling secrets on the new smuggling related guided walks in and around picturesque Robin Hoods Bay with Bay Town Walks.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fossil hunting trips, stargazing and bushcraft sessions along the Yorkshire Coast with Hidden Horizons, are very family orientated and outdoors. New events and activities for all ages are now being released.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Big Dig, 23-25 July, is a community archaeological excavation in Scarborough Old Town, the heart of medieval Scarborough. A Hands on Our Future, Hands on Our Past hub in Scarborough Market Hall will bring together the community excavation and cutting-edge technology to look at Scarborough’s incredible past and its exciting future. There will be a series of exciting activities that budding archaeologists of all ages can take part in. https://bigideasbythesea.com/festival/index.php/the-big-dig/   Big Ideas By The Sea is 16 -18 July.

 

In July the Great Ryedale Maze will ‘crop up’ at Sherburn, midway between Scarborough and Malton, offering a field full of fun with two mazes, a Vintage Funfair, Football Darts and a Big Top with live entertainment for families.

Brave the Rainforest, a thrilling new family adventure at Scarborough Sealife where you can come face-to-face with Green Tree Pythons, Day Geckos and Poisonous Arrow Dart Frogs or play the new Pirate Adventure Mini Golf just opened there

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Let off steam on the new North York Moors Cycleway, a ‘figure of eight’ off-road cycling trail through 200 miles of some of the UK’s most amazing scenery, including a breath-taking section along the coast between Filey, Scarborough and Ravenscar, and with plenty of cycling-friendly accommodation, cafes and tea rooms along the way.

Internationally-loved artist, Emma Stothard has created a series of her popular wire sculptures now installed across Whitby.

 

For much more information about what’s new to see and do along the Yorkshire Coast this year,to find out more about what tourism businesses are doing to help you enjoy your holiday, or to book your stay, visit www.discoveryorkshirecoast.com or talk to the friendly, dedicated team at the Tourism Bureau on 01723 383636.

 

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