These attractions in Scarborough and along the coast are now open
Here are nine attractions across the area that you can now visit.
Delve into 2,500 years of history with a trip to Scarborough Castle. You now need to book your timed tickets in advance and there are now limits on visitor numbers to help keep everyone safe
Central Tramway is the oldest surviving tramway company in the country, established in 1881. The team has put a lot of measures in place to allow visitors to enjoy the historic transport safely.
Sea Life Scarborough has re-opened with visitors once again able to see wonderful creatures of the sea. It is essential to pre-book a slot when visiting.
This location for a family fun day out has now re-opened. The animal barns are under a one way system and the indoor playbarn is closed. There will also be no petting or feeding the animals currently.
Visitors can now return to the North Bay Heritage Railway, a miniature railway built in built in 1931. Visit the website to pre-train tickets which are valid from either station.
The exhibitions which were on when lockdown started have been extended, so youll be able to see The Printmakers Council 1992-2019 and the William Smith map, as well as the permanent display of fine art.
The historic Whitby Abbey that has been inspiring visitors for nearly 1500 years is now re-open. You now need to book your timed tickets in advance.
Over the last few weeks Sewerby Hall and Gardens have been re-opening in phases. Currently the house and the play area are now open along with the gardens. Visit the website for more details.
The Castle Howard Gardens are open daily, and recently the adventure playground and Skelf Island have also now re-opened. The House and indoor seated food outlets currently remains closed.