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Scarborough Market new home for Tourist Information Point

Scarborough Market new home for Tourist Information Point


The Council's Tourism Bureau have opened up a new Tourist Information Point in Scarborough Market Hall

Welcome addition to Scarborough Market Hall

Scarborough Market Hall has been chosen as a location for a Tourist Information Point.

A Tourist Information Point offers visitors to Scarborough a good selection of tourism leaflets and information alongside a courtesy phone to a dedicated Tourism Bureau team.

The Tourism Bureau team are available;

  • 7 days a week from April - September - Monday - Sunday, 9am - 5pm (expect Wednesdays when they open at 9.30am).
  • 6 days a week from October - March - Monday - Saturday, 9am - 5pm (expect Wednesday's when they open at 9.30am).

Tourist Information Points are not manned. The nearest manned Tourist Information Point is at the Open Air Theatre Box Office opposite Peasholm Park.

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