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About Filey

Although smaller than it's southerly neighbour, Bridlington, and less culturally respected than Whitby and Scarborough to the north, Filey manages to keep it's unique character and is happy to remain small, but perfectly formed.

What to do

Filey Museum can be good starting point. Within it's whitewashed walls are a large number of exhibits which document the rise of the town from a tiny fishing village to a popular seaside resort which for a period was the proud owner of two train stations such was the demand to reach this seaside getaway (the second closed along with Butlin's).

An audio commentary directs you through the museum and points out artefacts of particular interest, and the Museum gardens are also worth a visit on a sunny day.

However, the inscription “the fear of God be in you” which adorns the original plaque on the façade of the building should be remembered by those with children, as the Museum can be a little dull for younger visitors, and the last thing you want is a rebellion.

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