July to October 2022
Our exhibition looks at the history of Quay Street, one of the oldest streets in Scarborough.
We also have on permanent display information and artefacts about Scarborough and its past including tunny and herring fishing, shipbuilding, seafaring and a display about one of our Town Criers, Alan Booth MBE.
Our normal opening times are: Wednesday to Sunday 11am to 4pm, entrance is free.
Please do not visit us if you have any Covid symptoms, maintain social distancing & use hand sanitsier on entry and exit.
'Porthole in Time' - In September 2022 we will be installing nearly 30 history information 'portholes' along the Marine Drive. The 1.5km long heritage trail starts from either North or South Bay. If you have any memories of historic Scarborough please let us know? Click here for more information.
IF WE ARE CLOSED you can see our 'History Box' opposite the harbour. The old red BT phone box is open 24 hours a day 365 days a year and has pictures and an audio guide to the history of Scarborough.