Why not have a look round? The entrance fee is just 30p.
We are planning to re-open at Spring Bank Holiday weekend.
One half of the
rear wall of the Gallery depicts the harbour walls, the sea and sky painted by Diana Redhead, in remembrance of her grandfather Robert Redhead, who died at Flamborough Head in 1952 while
serving on Bridlington Lifeboat. The Gallery displays work of Bridlington artists available to buy.
Among the artefacts in the history Room is this fine figurehead from one of the vessels that foundered during the Great Gale of 1871. On loan to the society’s
museum from the Bayle Museum, this piece is a reminder of heroism amid the devastation of that February day.
is the museum's main exhibit; she is the 1912 sailing coble normally moored at the bottom of the cobbled road leading down to the harbour from the town. Here she is moored outside the museum.
photo: courtesy Mike Wilson
The Bridlington The museum houses a display of original artefacts from HMS Bridlington, a WW2 minesweeper, on loan from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. When she was transferred to the RAF she
became HMAFV Bridlington. Click on the small icons for more detailed pictures, then use the arrows to navigate through the picture collection.
Any further information on this warship will be gratefully
The museum contains a small shop. here are some examples of
the items on sale.