The Scarborough Maritime Heritage Centre is at:

45 Eastborough, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, UK, YO11 1NH

(Accessibility information: Our entrance doorway has a very small step (4cm high) and our doorway is only 70cm wide so is not usable by a standard width wheelchair. We apologise if this causes any problems.)

Getting to us by road: 

From the West:

From York take the main A64 road to Scarborough. Continue into town until you see signs for the South Bay beach. Turn right and travel down the Valley Road until you arrive at the seafront. Turn left and travel along the seafront until you get to the traffic lights by the West Pier. Turn left and go up Eastborough for about 200 metres/yards until you see the Maritime Heritage centre on your left at 45 Eastborough, YO11 1NH.  Parking outside is limited to 40 minutes.

From the South:

From Hull take the main A165 road to Scarborough. Continue into town until you see signs for the South Bay beach. Turn right and travel down to the seafront. Turn left and travel along the seafront until you get to the traffic lights by the West Pier. Turn left and go up Eastborough for about 200 metres/yards until you see the Maritime Heritage centre on your left at 45 Eastborough, YO11 1NH. Parking outside is limited to 40 minutes.

From the North:

From Whitby take the main A171 road to Scarborough. Continue into town until you see signs for the North Bay beach. Turn left and travel along the seafront and around the Castle Headland. Turn right at the traffic lights in the South Bay opposite the West Pier. Go up Eastborough for about 200 metres / yards until you see the Maritime Heritage centre on your left at 45 Eastborough, YO11 1NH. Parking outside is limited to 40 minutes.

Parking:

There is 40-minute parking on the street directly outside the Centre. Alternatively there are 4 car parks nearby: Eastborough, West PierKing Street & Friarsway.

Getting to us by public transport:

Virtually all direct and indirect routes to Scarborough from the surrounding villages, towns and cities are available via bus and/or train. You may want to check routes and times before travelling, in order to optimise your visit.

Check the Transpennine rail timetable here:

http://www.tpexpress.co.uk/?gclid=CL-q596xsMkCFWXnwgodwCICoA

Check the East Yorkshire Bus Timetable here:

https://www.eyms.co.uk/bus-services/timetable-lookup​

Check the 'Coastliner' intercity bus service timetable here:

http://www.yorkbus.co.uk/​

Getting to us by boat:

Anchor in the South Bay harbour and walk along the seafront until you reach the West Pier traffic lights and Harbour Bar (ice cream parlour). Turn tight and walk up Eastborough, until you reach us 200 yards/metres up on the right at 45 Eastborough.

Trip advisor reviews: 

www.tripadvisor.co.uk/ SMHC

 

Other nearby villages / towns / attractions:

Allerston, Barmston, Bempton, Beverley, Blue Dolphin, Bridlington, Brompton, Buckton, Burniston, Cayton (including Cayton Bay), Cloughton, Crow's Nest, Driffield, East Ayton, Ebberston Village, Filey, Flamborough, Flower of May, Goathland, Helmsley, Hornsea, Hull, Hunmanby, Hutton Buscel, Kirkbymoorside, Malton, Market Weighton, Middleton, Muston, Newby, Norton, Pickering, Pocklington, Primrose Valley, Ravenscar, Reighton Sands, Robin Hood's Bay, Ruston Village, Scalby, Scarborough Sea Life Sanctuary (North Bay), Scarborough Spa (South Bay), Seamer, Sinnington, Skipsea, Skirlington Camp, Snainton, Staintondale, Thornton le Dale, West Ayton, Whitby, Wilton, Wykeham, York (including the York Maze and York Minster Cathedral)

There is a Moors Explorer Bus that runs on Sundays and Bank Holidays, from Hull, as far as Danby (where the Esk Valley Railway can take you to Whitby).

EYMS (East Yorkshire Motor Services) have a local bus info line: 01482 592929

20% discount cards for students, and for 16 – 18 year olds, are available, see: http://eyms.co.uk

Further afield, there are Arriva buses along the routes from/to Middlesbrough, Guisborough, Whitby and Leeds.

The only main train service is from York, where you may have to change if you are travelling from any other destination. The service passes Malton, then Seamer and on to Scarborough.

In the opposite direction, the First Transpennine Express train service can take you as far as Newcastle, Middlesbrough, Hull, Liverpool Lime Street or Manchester Airport.

 

 

 

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Contact us

01723 369361
scarboroughmaritime@yahoo.com
45 Eastborough, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 1NH, England

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© SCARBOROUGH MARITIME HERITAGE CENTRE LIMITED
Registered charity No 1144532. Company No 06755717.