The Bayle Museum in Brindlington is housed in the old gatehouse to the city, a grade one listed building. While it looks relatively small on the outside the Bayle Museum houses a wide variety of collections and interactive exhibits.
The agriculture room displays agricultural and veterinary tools from Bridlington's rural history. The Kidicote explores the buildings previous use as a prison and includes stories of prisoners. The court room retains its stately feel from when the Lords Feoffees met quarterly to discuss. The museum uses life size fic=gures, interactive displays, CD-Roms and scale models to help all ages enjoy and understand Bridlington's past.
Visiting The Bayle Museum
Easter until the end of September, Monday to Friday
Free parking available nearby
Guide dogs are permitted. The Museum is accessed via two flights of steps.
Contact Bayle Museum
64 High Street
East Riding of Yorkshire
Website: Bayle Museum