Find out more about attractions and activities around Whitby and the North Yorkshire National Park using our links:
Listed below you will find a list of useful links:
Captain Cook Museum Whitby
The Museum is in the 17th century house on Whitby’s harbour and is a great place to visit for a day out.
Esk Valley Railway
The Esk Valley Railway connects the rural communities in the North Yorkshire Moors with the city of Middlesbrough and the historic seaside town of Whitby.
13,000 pages of walking information, including many walk descriptions, “Walking Britain” is dedicated to the footpaths that cross the landscape.
Whitby Fish & Chips – Trenchers Seafood Restaurant
Whitby Fish and Chips. Trenchers, a licensed seafood restaurant in Whitby serving freshly caught, top quality fish and chips at lunchtime – high tea and dinner.
Whitby Museum of Victorian Science
Showing the education of the young Victorians, using many of the static accessories and rare artefacts, as used by them and much more.
A non-profit website offering lots of information on what’s about in Whitby, and where is best to visit.
A non-profit making, information-packed website with details of weather, places to go and things to do in and around Whitby.
Yorkshire Coast Fossils
Located on the seaside, close to the historic port of Whitby on the North Yorkshire Heritage Coast, Yorkshire Coast Fossils supply high quality specimens and jewellery.
An excellent non-profit making site looking over the knowledge and history behind the North Yorkshire Moors.
Whitby directory displaying all the different activities, restaurants, outdoor pursuits and shops in the local area.
Elizabeth Botham & Sons
Over 140 Years of Baking Excellence Finest Quality North Yorkshire Cakes, Hampers, Biscuits and Plum Bread. World-wide delivery service.
Angling trips in Whitby. The Tina Dawn is a robust all weather fishing boat, equipped with all the modern instrumentation to help ensure a good catch.
The Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society was founded in 1823 by a group of leading Whitby citizens. Ever since the museum has been run by the people of Whitby.