The Lord Rosebery, Westborough. Built in 1894 as The Liberal Club and named after the then Prime Minister. Designed by architects Hall & Tugwell who also designed the National Westminster Bank on Huntriss Row/Westborough corner.
Rotunda (listed building) Museum Terrace. This building is the embodiment of the pioneering work of William (Strata) Smith. The upper portion features his circular map reproducing the local coastal geology.
The Spa Listed Grade II* It was the first coastal Spa to gain national recognition, long before the Prince Regent put Brighton on the map. Paxton’s Grand Hall was destroyed by fire in 1876. It was replaced in 1879 by the Grand Hall of Ver... Read more
Grand Hotel (listed building) St Nicholas Cliff - designed by Cuthbert Brodrick who also was the architect of Leeds Town Hall. Opened in 1867 the four domes represent the four seasons and has twelve floors and 365 bedrooms.
Queen Victoria’s Statue The Grade II listed structure is one of only seven original bronze statues of Queen Victoria by English sculptor, Charles Bell Birch. Restored by the Civic Society in 2018, in our Queens’s 90th year.
Huntriss Row - The façade of the Constitutional Club was retained when the building was converted to a hotel. The Pizza Hut was the Assembly Room and visited in 1858 by Charles Dickens who gave a reading there. (see plaque in middle doorwa... Read more
The Harbour, Piers and Lighthouse Scarborough’s harbour is protected by the vast bulk of the Castle headland. The massive stones used in its construction, weighing up to 30 tons apiece, were quarried locally and positioned manually. ...