Pickering War Weekend
Every year The North Yorkshire town of Pickering is transformed into the 1940s, the North Yorkshire Railway organises the event and brings the whole town and railway into character, including 1940s shows in the station yard. The whole town takes part including the shop keepers dressed in costume, plus street entertainers. On Saturday morning reenactors dressed in army uniforms together with their 1940s vehicles parade through the streets of Pickering.
A seaside resort, has been welcoming visitors for over 360 years and is still as popular as ever, Scarborough is a great place to stay, with the safe sandy accredited North Bay beach and South Bay Beach being broken by a rocky headland on which stands a reminder of the past, the historic Scarborough Castle.
Pinpointed at the centre of Scarborough and overlooking the beautiful South Bay, The Royal Hotel is in the perfect location to explore all that this enchanting town has to offer, just 500 metres from the stunning promenade.
Day 1: Depart from local pick-up point and travel to Scarborough.
Day 2: Day excursion to Pickering 1940s War Weekend.
Day 3: Choice of excursion to Pickering 1940s War Weekend or Whitby.
Late afternoon make return journey to your local drop-odd point.
- All coach travel from your local pick-up point and return.
- Dinner bed & breakfast (buffet style, eat as much as you like) at the Royal Hotel Scarborough.
- Cabaret on selected nights.