Wilberforce House is the birthplace of William Wilberforce, the famous campaigner against the slave trade. The museum tells the story of the trans-Atlantic slave trade and its abolition.
Heading to East Riding of Yorkshire and looking for something to do or a place to visit. Coast Radar is not just a list of beaches but we bring you the whole East Riding of Yorkshire coast including castles, lighthouses, piers, museums, beautiful gardens, seaside towns, National Trust and other heritage properties.
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The Deep is an aquarium on the Hull waterfront with over 3000 animals, including sharks and sawfish. The Deep also has an evening restaurant.
Pearson Park, originally known as the People’s Park is situated about 1 mile (1.5 km) north-west of Hull city centre. The park was established in 1862 through the gift of land by the then Mayor Read more [...]
Bridlington Priory was one of the great monastic houses of England. Its wealth and possessions made it a key monastery in the North and one of the largest and richest Read more [...]
It is hard to believe Beverley Minster is just a parish church as it is larger than a lot of English cathedrals. As one of the largest parish churches in the UK Read more [...]
Bempton Cliffs is great for families with access to see more than 200,000 birds (from April to August) on the white cliffs. Specially-created cliff top viewpoints are wheelchair accessible with Read more [...]
In the 14th Century the Bayle was the Gatehouse to Bridlington Priory. Today the Bayle is a Grade I listed Building and it’s exhibits frequently change. Access to the museum Read more [...]
Flamborough Cliffs Nature Reserve, as part of Flamborough Head, is designated as a SSSI, a SAC and a SPA, and is also a part of the Flamborough Head Heritage Coast. Read more [...]
Now just an empty shell not used since it was closed down October 1986. Spurn Head has had many lighthouses over the years with the first around 1427. The present Read more [...]
Skipsea Castle is a Norman motte and bailey castle, dating from before 1086. In 1221 the then castle’s owner, William de Forz, the Count of Aumale, rebelled against Henry III; the castle was captured Read more [...]
Burton Agnes Medieval manor house is a great example of a Norman manor house with a well-preserved Norman undercroft and was encased in 18th-century brickwork.
Maister House, 18th Century merchant’s house. The house was the home of Hull merchant family, the Maisters. The original house was damaged by fire in 1743. It was rebuilt in Read more [...]