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National Trust Ravenscar Visitor Centre

North Yorkshire, YO13 0NE
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Situated at the southern end of Robin Hood's Bay, Ravenscar Visitor Centre is a welcoming gateway to the North Yorkshire coast.

You’ll find information about the local area, walking and cycling routes, events and self-led activities such as geocaching and wildlife watching. Dip into the fascinating story of Ravenscar, known as ‘The Town That Never Was’; you can delve deeper into the tale on a self-led trail around the village. With the remains of Peak Alum Works and a WWII radar station also on the doorstep, there’s a wealth of human history to explore within easy walking distance. 

Entry to the centre is free and plenty of public parking can be found on the road close by. The Cleveland Way National Trail and Cinder Track cycle route along the old Scarborough to Whitby railway line bring hikers and bikers right to the door. With picnic tables outside, it’s the perfect spot to rest and refuel with a hot or cold drink and a snack from a range of refreshments. 

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