Come and join us as we visit Whitby for the famous Whitby Goth Weekend. Goths from all over the UK and beyond flock to Whitby every year for the Gothic Weekend, celebrating their music and culture.
It’s not all Goth so if that’s putting you off visiting here are a few other sights and things to do in Whitby.
A small seaside town in Yorkshire, what it lacks in size, it certainly makes up for with the number of things to do and see. Boasting endless golden sands lined with traditional beach huts, breath-taking views of the east and west cliffs, and a little history.
Captain Cook Memorial Museum. Adventure to the stunning 17th century that was previously owned by John Walker and where James Cook famously resided in. The museum now celebrates his incredible voyages of discovery. With special exhibitions and events, taking place throughout the year, be sure to check what’s on before you travel. Plus, look out for the Captain Cook Memorial statue.
Whitby Abbey is one of the most famous things to see the abbey can be reached by climbing the 199 steps, Bram Stoker arrived at Mrs Veazey’s guesthouse at 6 Royal Crescent, Whitby, at the end of July 1890 this location inspired him for his most famous character Dracula.