2024 – Things to Do and See if you’re staying at Humble Bee Farm

Humble Bee Farm hot tub glamping, camping and cottages are located close to Scarborough, Filey and Bridlington on the Yorkshire Coast.

With entertainment venues and places to visit close by, there is something for everyone throughout the year, including Autumn and Winter.

Find out more here!

Local Theatres

Other local venues that offer a mix of entertainment include Scarborough Spa, the Scarborough YMCA and the Stephen Joseph Theatre.

This summer, Scarborough Spa is hosting Milkshake Live! Find out more here! 

From rock to Tina Turner, from astronauts to BBC Radio’s “I’m sorry I haven’t a clue”, and from the world-famous jazz festival to big names like The Drifters, check out the Spa’s website for more information.

The Stephen Joseph Theatre is an iconic venue in Scarborough is host to the latest films, plays, and live performances.

Find out more here.

The Open Air Theatre is a stunning venue in Scarborough and in 2024 has a fantastic line-up of live music and world-famous artists.

Find out more here.

This year’s line up:

Sunday 2 June 2024 Status Quo with support from The Alarm

Saturday 15 June 2024 Jess Glynne

Tuesday 18 June 2024 Simple Minds with support from Del Amitri

Thursday 20 June 2024 Anne-Marie

Friday 21 June 2024 Deacon Blue

Wednesday 26 June 2024 Tom Jones

Saurday 29 June 2024 Johnny Marr & The Charlatans

Monday 1 July 2024 Gregory Porter

Friday 5 July 2024 Rick Astley with support from Lightning Seeds

Saturday 6 July 2024 Fatboy Slim

Sunday 7 July 2024 Paul Weller

Thursday 11 July 2024 JLS

Friday 12 July 2024 Madness with support from The Hoosiers

Friday 26 July 2024 James

Thursday 8 August 2024 Korn with support from WARGASM and Loathe

Thursday 29 August 2024 Becky Hill

Saturday 31 August 2024 Busted

Scarborogh Streets in Scarborough

Join in ths three-day festival of outdoor events, murals, street art and performances, backed up with workshops leading up to the festival.

This brand new and inclusive community event taking place in Scarborough Town Centre over the Early May Bank Holiday weekend (Saturday 4 – Monday 6 May) from 11am- 4pm and will include a variety of free and affordable performances and activities.

We want to inspire, celebrate and showcase local creativity, but it will also feature national and international artists, too. There will be something for everyone.

Find out more here.

Oliver’s Mount Racing

This popular road racing circuit is a must for motorbike racing fans!

This year’s calendar is yet to be finalised, and will continue throughout the summer and early Autumn.

Agricultural Shows

These amazing events take place in May, June, July and August. 2024’s dates can be found here 

Scarborough Museums Trust

Fossil Handling, Seascape Painting, Carboniferous Creepy Crawlies and more – you can rely on us for a packed summer activity programme, at Scarborough Art Gallery and the Rotunda Museum.

Find out more.here


With its Abbey, Dracula connection and its stunning scenery, Whitby is well worth a visit.


Filey is also becoming very well known for its Food Festivals, which take place several times a year.

This year’s dates are: March 30th and March 31st.

June 8th and June 9th.

August 10th and August 11th.

October 12th and 13th.

They take place at the Evron Centre and in the Crescent Gardens, Filey.

Over 80 stalls  of local, regional, national and international food and drink!

Malton and Pickering

Malton is a lovely market town include monthly food markets and food festivals.


Pickering includes the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, which celebrates 50 years this year.



Here is a list of local beaches. Click here.

Some beaches are dog friendly all year round, while other have a pooch ban in place from May to September each year.

Live Music

Scarborough’s Open Theatre is one of the area’s top venues, open from July to August each year.

Find out more here.

Bridlington Spa has acts throughout the year.

Discover more: https://www.bridspa.com/events

Places to Eat

The Yorkshire Coast is festooned with fabulous cafes, restaurants, fish and chip places, Italian restaurants, Indian cuisine, pubs, tea rooms and more.

There are too many to list here, however some of the nearest ones to Humble Bee Farm are:

Fox Hound Inn, Flixton; Harper’s Fish and Chips, Staxton; Seamer Fisheries.

The Farrier at Cayton; Copper Horse, Seamer; Mayfield Pub, Seamer.

Sally Middlewoods bakery and café on the A64.

Ten Free Things To Do – Guest Recommendations for 2024

Free things to do!

We’ve asked our guests to give us their inspirational ideas for free places to visit for 2024.

Here’s the list so far!

Seal spotting at Flamborough Head

Check the tides before you embark upon this excursion.

Close the rocky cliffs of Flamborough Head, along with its stunning lighthouse,

Visit Peasholm Park in North Bay, Scarborough

Aged over one hundred years old, Peasholm Park including a boating lake, golfing greens, a cafe, bandstand and stunning walks.

There is the Virtual Dinosaur Trail which you can download when you get there.

Visit Scarborough Museums Venues for FREE events!

Visit the link.

Visit the Glen Gardens and the free Paddling Pool in Filey.

Both perfect for keeping the family entertained.

Visit the South Cliff Play Area (ideal for 6 years to 12 years), Scarborough

This new facilities overlooking Scarborough’s South Bay.

Visit Hairy Bob’s Skate Park, Scarborough

Bring your scooter or skateboard to this popular park on the Marine Drive, Scarborough.

Take a walk along Bridlington Promenade, Bridlington

Absolutely stunning in the sunshine, this long, wide promenade commands views of Bridlington Bay, has toilets, coffee shops and more.

Visit Pannett Park in Whitby

One of the best play parks in the Borough Of Scarborough.

Visit Filey Dams Nature Reserve on the outskirts of Filey

Looked after by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, this is a nature reserve that is peaceful and could be easily list.

It’s not too far from Filey Bird and Animal Park.

Walk parts of the Cinder Track (the old railway line between Scarborough and Whitby)

This flat route follows the old railway track between the towns and is a 42 mile round trip.

You can do sections of the walk if that’s easier.

Visit Wharram Percy Medieval Village.

Wharram Percy Europe’s best-known deserted medieval village

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