IN PICTURES: The Sitwell Trail - A guided walk which shows Scarborough at its best

The Sitwell Trail is a 1.4-mile route with a small incline (140ft). Discover the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Woodland Creative, Scarborough Art Gallery and Crescent Arts, Rotunda Museum, Bland's Cliff, Maritime Heritage Centre and St. Mary's Church.

Friday, 26th March 2021, 3:30 pm
The Sitwell Trail

There are huge benefits to outdoor activities, such as stretching your legs, spending time with family and friends and exploring what the local area has to offer. However, sometimes it can be hard to find accessible trails with interesting sights along the way - and this is where North Yorkshire County Council s Discoveries on your Doorstep comes in.

The website and Facebook page provide information about existing and future trails, events and activities.

The Stephen Joseph Theatre.
Taking in Scarborough Railway Station
Passing by the Art Gallery
There's plenty to see along the trail
Woodend creative workspace
Woodend was the former home of the Sitwell family
The Rotunda Museum
A great time of year to wander round Scarborough
The Spa Bridge
The trail takes you along Foreshore Road
Bland's Cliff
Looking up Bland's Cliff
Taking in the delights of Eastborough
Pass the Maritime Heritage Centre
Easter at St Mary's churchyard
St Mary's looks fabulous in the spring sunshine
Ruins in St Mary's churchyard
Anne Bronte's grave
Another view of Anne Bronte's final resting place
View from St Mary's across the town