The Scarborough Fair Collection hosts a magnificent working collection of Vintage Cars, Steam Engines, Vintage Fairground Rides and Mechanical Organs topped off with a 'Mighty' Wurlitzer Organ in our spacious ballroom. Set in the scenic grounds of the Flower of May Holiday Park on the coast road between Scarborough and Filey.
The museum is now closed for the winter months
2015 Opening Dates
We open from 25th March 2015 until 1st November 2015 - Wednesday to Sunday 10am - 4pm
Closed Monday and Tuesday except Bank Holiday Monday's.
Our unusual venue is available for corporate events, parties and concerts. Seating up to 200 for dining and more for a show it is one of the biggest venues in the area.
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"Stars in the Sun"
From the Original Painting by ©Howard White "The Iron Maiden" Fowler 7nhp Class R3 No. 15657. Built 1920 Full size, limited edition fine art prints available. Please contact: Howardwhiteart@aol.com
What's ahead for 2015!
25th March 2015 Museum Opens 10am to 4pm
Wurlitzer Afternoon Tea Dances every Wednesday with our resident Organist Michael Carr and monthly guest organist.
19th July 2015 Andrew Nix and Tony Stace in concert
16th August Jon Taylor in concert
13th September Howard Beaumont at the Mighty Wurlitzer
18th October Reginald Dixon Tribute concert with Nicholas Martin.
11th 12th and 13th December “A Christmas Carousel” A magical Christmas Celebration through song and dance.
New Rides for 2015!
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Awarded Hidden Gem 2014
Following our recent assessment under the VisitEngland Visitor Attraction Quality Scheme they are pleased to announce that our attraction is one of the first recipients of a "VisitEngland Hidden Gem Accolade".
This accolade has been awarded due to the high standard of quality at our small attraction, which the assessor felt was a truly deserving recognition.
Afternoon Tea Dances
Every Wednesday you can dance the afternoon away to the melodic tones of the Wurlitzer organ expertly played by our resident organist or once a month a guest organist.
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Scream if you want to go faster!
Bump on the bumper cars, re-live a by gone era on the gallopers or take your breath away on the speedway - there is a ride for everyone at The Scarborough Fair Collection.
We need you!
The museums would be unable to operate without our fantastic team of volunteers. They fix things, cook things, clean things, operate things and play things - if you would like to do it too please get in touch.
A school trip to remember
Schools are particularly welcome in the museum where you will find out how show men used to live, learn how a pipe organ works, experience what a disco was like 100 years ago and ride on the 'Golden Galloping Horses'. Contact us to book a trip or arrange a guided tour.