Situated in the beautiful grounds of the Flower of May Caravan Park at Lebberston Cliff between Scarborough and Filey, the “Scarborough Fair Collection” will take you back in time to a bygone age. The museum is set on a slight hillside with a gradual approach and is all on one level. You should allow at least 2 hours going around the museum. You can also enjoy lunch or afternoon tea at our cafè bar. Light refreshments are served throughout the day. Our gift shop is situated in the museum reception selling a range of souvenirs. Volunteers are on hand throughout the museum should you require any assistance.
We look forward to welcoming you. If you have any queries or require any assistance please telephone 01723 586698 or email email@example.com
We are situated just off the A165 only 6 miles from Scarborough and 2 miles from Filey
By car – Look out for the roundabout with the Plough Inn Pub and the Petrol Station. Don’t let the Sat Nav take you into Lebberston village. You must take the road that goes along the back of the Petrol Station and the Flower of May drive is just on your left.
By rail – The nearest railway station is Filey 2 miles and Scarborough 6 miles. Taxis are available at both Railway Stations.
Buses run every hour between Bridlington, Filey and Scarborough, during the summer months. The buses leave from the opposite side of the Railway Station in Scarborough and from the bus station in Filey which is a short walk from the train station. The bus stops at the end of the Flower of May drive. There is no shelter or seating at the bus stops. The walk up the drive takes approximately 10-15mins. It has a very slight uphill gradient. Click here to view the bus timetable
Car Parking and Arrival
There is plenty of on-site parking around the museum and it is free to park. Please ignore any parking notices as they refer to the residents on the Caravan Park. The onsite car park surface is tarmac. There is a drop off point at the museum door with a level surface. The main entrance shop, reception area and museum have level access throughout. The area is well lit with spot lights. The flooring is vinyl.
Interpretation boards are in medium text. Some have a pictorial representation. All are at a maximum top height of 110cm. There is occasional seating around the museum and seating in front of 2 of the fairground organs. If you require seating elsewhere please ask a member of staff and they will be happy to help. The cafè/bar area and the museum ballroom are carpeted whilst the flooring around the museum is painted concrete. Some areas don’t require lighting but we ensure that every where is well lit.
Fairground rides are running daily. If you want to take a ride please read the Health and Safety restriction notices which are situated in the main reception area and in each area of the museum.
The toilet height is the average height for a disabled toilet 19”/ 48cm. There are vertical rails at either side of the wash basin, a horizontal rail on the wall to the right of the wash basin and a horizontal rail to the right of the toilet. The flooring is tiled so care must be taken if wet.
Ladies and Gents toilets
The flooring is tiled so care must be taken if wet. Toilets, wash basins and urinal are white and there are level taps on the sinks. A paper towel dispenser is by the hand wash basin
The cafè bar is situated in the museum ballroom and the entrance is by double doors. The tables in the cafe area are well spaced apart and are of average table height and the chairs are upright with a padded seat. There is natural daylight in the cafè area with chandelier lighting to the rest of the area and the flooring is carpet.
Where possible all our food is sourced locally. We do our best to cater for any dietary requirements; please contact us in advance to check any specific requests you may have. The cafè is self service; however staff can assist on request. The menu is on a blackboard near the counter, however all staff can assist by running through the menu. The nearest public toilet with accessible WC is located near the cafè area.
There is a shop with a range of souvenirs and books etc which is situated in the reception area and can be accessed at all times. The shop is level throughout and there is ample access within the museum shop for a large wheelchair to manoeuvre and turn. Staff can offer assistance if required.
There is a small area near the front entrance which has picnic tables and benches.
All our staff receive regular training that includes disability awareness training. We have a set evacuation procedures – should you require it, someone will assist you with evacuation out of the building. Clear signage is used throughout the attraction. Water is available for assistance dogs, please ask any member of staff.