St Mary's Church
This church dates from the 12th to the 15th centuries (boards inside explain its history), but it is most notable for the little...
Grave of Anne Brontë
The Rotunda Museum is dedicated to the coastal geology of northeast Yorkshire, which has yielded many of Britain's most important...
Stephen Joseph Theatre
A good range of drama is staged here, including the premieres of plays by the renowned chronicler of middle-class mores, Alan Ayckbourn.
Currently riding high in the local charts for best fish and chips in Scarborough.
33 Queen St · interesting places nearby
A snug, old-fashioned Italian trattoria that specialises in fresh local seafood (including lobster, from £32) and classic dishes from the old country such as stufato de ceci (chickpea stew with oxtail) and white-truffle dishes in season (October to December, £30 to £45). As well as sourcing Yorkshire produce, the chef imports delicacies direct from Italy.