Duke Of Wellington Inn

West Lane, Danby, North Yorkshire, YO21 2LY, United Kingdom
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Travel Tips for Whitby

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by hayward68

Comfy walking shoes are a must as is the inevitable raincoat and umbrella. You never know if you'll need one or the other. Bring your camera which is capable of a wide angle shot or you'll have to stand quite far away from the Abbey to get a decent pic of it.

Fish and chip heaven

by Sjalen about Magpie Café

Whitby is famous all over Britain for its fish and chips. It is said that the dish was invented in Yorkshire even if this is debated, so where better to eat it than there, by the sea. The most famous place is the Magpie cafe down towards the beach but there are lots more, some claiming to have won fish fryer of the year. haddock and chips

HMS Endeavour

by cheekymarieh

The ship is a replica of the Endeavour which Captain Cook sailed in 1768. It was built by skilled craftsmen using the original bark construction.You can sail out to sea on the ship subject to weather conditions of course. It sails regularly out of the harbour along the coast towards Sandsend, While you are on board you will hear about the history of the town along with the geological importance of the area (including the famed Whitby jet).

Prices of the trips vary according to the route of the ship and similarly the length of the trip will vary.

Open from 10am to dusk depending on weather.

Parish Church of St Marys

by keeweechic

In 1100 a small stone church was constructed for the workers of the Abbey to use. Over the years, much of it became altered and enlarged many times as the number of workers increased. The church survived the earlier destruction of the Abbey and is today still the Parish Church for Sunday services and any special official functions. The box pews were built in the 1600’s and there is a triple decker pulpit and Elizabethan altar table.

Whitby Pier

by sabsi

Two piers are protecting Whitby's port from the wild North Sea. You can walk along the northern one out to the sea. It's also the one with the lighthouse. And it's kinda windy out there! At least it was when we were here!

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Address: West Lane, Danby, North Yorkshire, YO21 2LY, United Kingdom