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Head to the seaside at Scarborough train station

Located in the centre of the popular Yorkshire seaside town, Scarborough train station was first opened in 1846 and was given Grade II-listed status in the 1970s. The station's position at the heart of the town means it is an ideal point from which to begin exploring the local area, with both the local history exhibits of the Rotunda Museum and the town's Art Gallery being just a short walk away.

Two different seaside experiences

Scarborough itself is famed for offering visitors the chance to experience two very different types of seaside holiday. While North Bay offers peace and tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of the town, in contrast South Bay offers everything you would expect from a traditional British seaside resort including a host of amusement arcades, fish and chip shops and the old-school entertainment and theatre shows of Scarborough Spa.

Plenty of top attractions to enjoy

Of course, as a holiday resort, Scarborough offers a range of attractions to keep people of all ages entertained. The North Bay Railway offers a fantastic miniature railway experience, while you can see number of underwater creatures at the town's SEALIFE Sanctuary. Alternatively, enjoy the stunning Japanese-inspired gardens in Peasholm Park or immerse yourself in local history at Scarborough Castle. Looking for a cheap hotel hear Scarborough train station? Travelodge Scarborough St Nicholas Hotel is ideally located at the heart of the town, or alternatively stay at Travelodge York Hull Road Hotel and combine your trip with a visit to one of England's most historic cities.