Things to do in Bridlington

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    Agricultural Shows

  • Driffield Agricultural Show

    Driffield Show is held just outside Driffield in East Yorkshire between York and Bridlington. Enjoy a wide range of horse, cattle, sheep and pig classes, as well as handicraft, horticulture, fur and feather classes. Held annually at the end of July.

    Driffield Agricultural Show Website Map Where to Stay

    Castles, Gardens and Stately Homes

  • Burton Agnes Hall

    This is an Elizabethan Manor House built by Sir Henry Griffith in 1601-10 in the village of Burton Agnes. It has a notable art collection, a walled garden, a courtyard cafe and craft shops. They invite you to become a member of Burton Agnes Hall, to join us in enjoying & supporting their fabulous home and gardens.

    Burton Agnes Hall Website Map Where to Stay
  • Sewerby Hall & Gardens

    Sewerby Hall is a Grade 1 listed Georgian country house set in 50 acres of award-winning, beautiful landscaped gardens, two miles from the seaside town of Bridlington. There is also a zoo to visit domestic and wild animals from all over the world.

    Sewerby Hall & Gardens Website Map Where to Stay

    Visitor Farms, Wildlife, Walks and Trails

  • Hunt a Hockney Art Location

    Visit the Yorkshire Wolds and follow the trail of David Hockney's Art Locations from the setting for 'Bigger Trees near Warter' to 'Late Spring Tunnel May' near Kilham. ‘Hockney Country' is one of the most beautiful parts of the UK countryside, with much to explore among rolling hills, hidden dales and coast.

    Hunt a Hockney Art Location Website Map Where to Stay