Castle Road, Scarborough,
t: 01723 372451
Let your group step into 3,000 years of history at Scarborough Castle, which occupies a steep-sided headland between the two bays at the famous seaside resort. Long before King Henry II built his towering 12th-century keep, the fortress housed a Roman signal station. It’s endured sieges by medieval kings and Civil War armies, witnessed attacks by American Independence naval fighter John Paul Jones and suffered German naval bombardment in 1914. With so many stories to discover and spectacular sea views to admire it’s a rewarding place to visit.
Trips to Scarborough Castle can easily be combined with a visit to Whitby Abbey.