Beamish & Whitby    
Beamish & Whitby

Why not join us for a relaxing tour of all the best culture and heritage in the North East? Over three days, you’ll visit Harrogate – a Victorian Spa Town, Beamish Open-Air Museum and Whitby – treasure of the Yorkshire Coast. You’ll have the chance to delve into the industrial past, explore the elegant streets of Harrogate and wander along winding cobbled streets in Whitby.

    Day 1

After a morning pick-up from your local departure-point, you’ll head to Harrogate. With its beautiful Victorian buildings and verdant gardens, Harrogate is one of Yorkshire’s most elegant destinations. You’ll have time to explore the wonderful shopping areas, perhaps take a relaxing walk in one of the luscious gardens, or indulge in exquisite cakes and patisseries in Betty’s famous Tea Rooms.

In the late afternoon, you’ll re-join the coach and head to your hotel.


    Day 2

After breakfast, you’ll leave the hotel and head to Beamish. The UK’s most popular open-air museum was the brainchild of Doctor Frank Atkinson who had visited Scandinavian Folk Museums in the 1950s and was inspired to create a similar open-air museum in the North East, to preserve and educate people about the industrial heritage of the area. Beamish is now a collection of perfectly re-created villages and industrial cornerstones, which span from the 1820s to the 1940s, all open for you to explore. There’s also the chance to have a ride in a vintage tram or steam-engine. There are shops where you can buy sweets and other treats, all correct to the period they’re set in – don’t miss the traditional fish and chip shop, which still uses Beef-dripping and newspaper – just like it used to be!


    Day 3

After checking out of the hotel you’ll head to Whitby. From the atmospheric Abbey, towering over the winding cobbled streets and hidden ‘Yards’, giving way to a windswept beach and working harbour – Whitby is not your traditional coastal town. Here you’ll discover ancient vampiric legends, the story of James Cook and his discoveries, the tumultuous history of Whitby Abbey and, quite possibly, the best fish and chips in Yorkshire. Take a tour on one of the vintage buses, or perhaps sail the seas on a Pirate Ship! Climb the steps to the Abbey and marvel in the fabulous views as well as the utterly beautiful ruins themselves. Wander through the cobbled streets, and discover unique shopping experiences, as well as delicious food. And for the brave, there’s always the Dracula Experience, which tells you all about the famous Vampire Prince and his adventures in England.


    Jurys Inn Middlesbrough

Offering all the comforts of home, the hotel has 132 stylish rooms, equipped with free Wi-Fi, en-suite bathrooms, complimentary toiletries, and flat-screen TV. There’s an excellent selection of British and European fare in the Endeavour Bar and Restaurant, and excellent health and leisure facilities in the spa and fully equipped gym.


  • Return coach travel
  • 2 nights at Jury’s Inn Middlesbrough, half-board
  • Excursions to Harrogate and Whitby
  • Admission to Beamish Open-Air Museum



The price shown is per person based on two adults sharing a twin/double room.

Child (12 years and under) prices are based on sharing with two full fare paying passengers. Therefore, if one adult and one child share a room the child will pay the adult price.

Any bookings made on-line where the child prices are not showing correctly, will be amended and a revised confirmation sent.


Departure DateTour RefHotelPrice (from)DaysSingle SupptAvailablePick Up Points 
Fri 23-Nov-2018BEA2311 1Jurys Inn Middlesborough£169.003£30.00 10+ Doncaster , Dunscroft , Dunsville , Edenthorpe , Goole , Hatfield , Howden , Moorends , Rawcliffe , Rawcliffe Bridge , Stainforth , Thorne    Please call
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