What’s on in Bridlington this Summer?


With the stunning nearby countryside and bustling beachfront, you’ll be sure to enjoy a great day out whenever you visit Bridlington! This beautiful, coastal town has so much to offer. You can enjoy the thrill of water slides and rock climbing at Bridlington Leisure Centre, or take in a musical show at BridlingtonSpa. From historic listed buildings to wildlife spotting, there truly is something to keep the whole family entertained.

Here are just a few of the great events taking place in Bridlington this Summer...

Magic Day, Sewerby Hall, 21st August, 11am-4pm

A great day out for the kids! Visit the historic Grade 1 listed Sewerby Hall for a day of fun and games, face painting and donkey rides. There’ll be magic shows in the Orangery and you’ll also be able to take a walk around the Hall’s award-winning gardens, meet some friendly animals in the zoo and enjoy refreshments in the Clock Tower Cafe. 

Day passes are £8.40 per adult and £6.20 per child (3 yrs+), with family rates available.

Donkey rides on the day will be £2 per child.

Land/Sand and Stone Art Festival, North Beach, 14th-15th September

Artists from all around the UK will congregate at the festival to celebrate the creative possibilities of nature and the coastline, and you’re welcome to visit! You’ll have the chance to witness Bridlington’s first ever Stone Stacking championship, the UK’s longest sand drawing attempt for children and 3 days of workshops and demonstrations. This event really puts the power of nature into perspective, and helps to put the Yorkshire Coast in a prominent place on the map.

Free entry.

Visiting Artist Exhibition - Elizabeth Cogan, Bridlington Old Town Gallery, 1st-30th September.

Love art? Head down to the Bridlington Old Town Gallery this September and take a look at the works of Elizabeth Cogan. It’s a lovely place to visit, and you can even purchase the artwork you fall in love with!

Free entry.


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