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Thursday 04 to Friday 12 June 2015
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Richard III loved the spectacular views from this 12th Century castle in Scarborough so much that his ghost reportedly keeps coming back.
Has geology and dinosaur exhibits for the science buff in you and an art gallery to mull over afterwards.
St Mary's Church
Built around 1125 and the burial place of Anne Bronte, perfect for escaping the crowds in search of a bit of peace and quiet in Scarborough.
Church of St Martin on the Hill
Built by Bodley and decorated by Pre-Raphaelites, beautiful stained glass windows and a restored Willis Organ are just a few of the reasons to come and visit.
The South Street Gallery
Is a very stylish gallery space displaying the thought provoking wares of local artists. Rosie's Boutique next door is where you'll pick up quaint little vintage curios.