15 things Scarborough is famous for

From Skipping day to racing at Oliver's Mount - these are the 15 things Scarborough is famous for...

15 things Scarborough is famous for.
15 things Scarborough is famous for.

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Scarborough's beach chalets on North and South bay are quite iconic and well-loved.
One of the town's oldest traditions taking place every year on Shrove Tuesday.
A firm favourite in the town's festive calendar.
Peasholm Park Naval Warfare is a must see when visiting Scarborough. It's one of the longest running shows of all time with the first performance being held in the 1920s.
The Jazz Festival, attracting thousands of visitors every year, takes place every September at the Spa.
Oliver's Mount racing circuit is the only street circuit in England.
One of the best charity events taking place along Scarborough's seafront. It raises thousands of pounds for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
This 1950s ice-cream parlour is one of the most iconic in the country.
The Scarborough Spa Orchestra is the last remaining professional seaside orchestra in the UK.
The Rotunda Museum is one of the oldest purpose-built museums. It was built in 1829 to a design suggested by William Smith, the father of English geology.
The football match between fishermen and firemen is one of the town's longest-standing traditions, it has been going on since 1893.
Novelist and poet Anne Bronte, the youngest member of the Bronte family, is buried in St Mary's churchyard.
Scarborough's Open Air Theatre is the largest in Europe. It was opened by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh in May 2010.
Scarborough has its own sitcom called 'Scarborough'. Season one aired on BBC One in September.