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Enjoy Animals in Bridlington and the Area

Owl landing on lady's arm at Bridlington Animal Park in East Yorkshire.

East Yorkshire is a place where wildlife thrives, and is a great for those who love nature, wildlife and animals.

From witnessing thousands of nesting seabirds at RSPB Bempton Cliffs, to understanding the world under water in the seas off our shores at the Living Seas Centre or marvelling at the birds of prey at the Animal Park, get your animal fix in East Yorkshire. If you visit between April and June you may be lucky enough to spot a puffin on the cliffs at Bempton, who also have nest cams in the centre so you can see some of the beautiful birds up close. A trip aboard the Yorkshire Belle is another way to witness beautiful sea birds in the area with a variety of trips available, check their website for daily sailings as they are weather and sea permitting.

Bridlington Animal Park allows you to get up close with an array of beautiful animals, including a selection of birds of prey, which you can learn all about and even handle at the flying demonstrations. The park also offer meerkat experiences where you can enter the closure to feed them and get to know them.

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  1. RSPB Bempton Cliffs

    maria.prchlik@rspb.org.uk, Bempton

    Home to nearly half a million seabirds, including puffins and the UK's largest seabird, the gannet. Seabird Centre housing information on the wildlife on the cliffs, gift shop, light refreshments with indoor and outdoor seating. Open all year - events and activities throughout the year..

  2. Living Seas Centre

    Flamborough

    The Living Seas Centre is Yorkshire Wildlife Trust's first dedicated marine education centre, showcasing the rich undersea habitats of the North Sea around Flamborough Head.

  3. Yorkshire Belle, Bridlington

    Bridlington

    Coastal sightseeing cruises to Flamborough Head and Bempton Cliffs. The only pleasure cruiser operating on the East Yorkshire Coast, now in its 69th consecutive year.

  4. Sewerby Hall and Gardens

    Sewerby

    Sewerby Hall is a grade one listed building constructed throughout 1714 to 1720 by the Greame family. Recently refurbished, visitors can now experience the house as it would have looked in 1910.

  5. Bridlington Animal Park

    Carnaby

    At the park we offer the ultimate birds of prey experience. We are situated in 3 acres of woodland and our goal is to offer the chance for adults & children of all ages to come and see our birds and experience being close to nature.

Itinerary Distances

FromToDistance * (metric)
RSPB Bempton Cliffs (54.14745,-0.16939)Living Seas Centre (54.11058,-0.12214)4.62
Living Seas Centre (54.11058,-0.12214)Yorkshire Belle, Bridlington (54.07738,-0.20251)5.78
Yorkshire Belle, Bridlington (54.07738,-0.20251)Sewerby Hall and Gardens (54.10283,-0.16164)3.5
Sewerby Hall and Gardens (54.10283,-0.16164)Bridlington Animal Park (54.0605,-0.24205)6.35
Total Distance *20.25 miles
Estimated Journey Time39 minutes

* Approximate distance by road

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