Plan your visit to Scarborough in 2019...

Parking in Scarborough...

Scarborough has 26 car parks. 19 of these are Pay & Display. There are 2 Park & Ride sites, one on the A64 Seamer Road and one on the A165 Filey Road at Osgodby. As well as the car parks, there is on-street Pay & Display parking in the town centre and surrounding the town centre many streets fall into a Disc Zone. Discs can be collected from local businesses and hotels in Disc Zone areas. 

Bus Services in Scarborough...

Local buses are operated by EMYS under the brand name Scarborough & District. EYMS also run seasonal Open Top Buses along Scarborough's seafront and a new tour bus called The Scarborough Skipper. Arriva also operate a service into Scarborough from the North East.

Getting here...

By Car

From the West/ South- A1/ M1 North to Leeds then A64 from Leeds to Scarborough. Or M1 North to Sheffield then M18 East/ M62 East/ A614 to Driffield and then the B1249 to Staxton then A64 to Scarborough

From the North -A1 South to A168 towards Thirsk and then the A170 Thirsk to Scarborough. Or A19 South to Teesside and from there the A171 to Scarborough.


By Train

Scarborough is served by the First Transpennine route,bringing trains direct from Liverpool, Manchester, Blackpool, Leeds, Huddersfield, York. There are East Coast Mainline services from London, Newcastle and Edinburgh to York where you can take a Transpennine Express train direct to Scarborough. Northern Rail also operate a service to Scarborough from Hull and Bridlington. Click Here for more on the Transpennine service to Scarborough and to buy tickets.


By Sea

The nearest Ferry Port is Hull (around 45 miles away) with P&O Ferries running nightly crossings from Bruges and Rotterdam. There are a number of berths for visiting craft in Scarborough Harbour. Contact the Harbour Master for full details.


By Air

The nearest airports are Leeds/ Bradford, Humberside, Doncaster Robin Hood & Durham Tees Valley Airports.

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