So a few weeks ago we decided to have a family day out to Bridlington. It was the second to last weekend in September, around a year since our last visit. We were hoping that the weather would be just as good as last time, and luckily for us, it was! I, unfortunately, forgot to take my camera, only realising this when we arrived. Therefore I didn’t take many photos from our day in Bridlington.
We headed out early, getting petrol and a few snacks along the way, arriving at the Park and Ride at the South Cliff part of Bridlington. I was recommended this park and ride by a friend, who informed me that you could walk via the beach, use the buses or the land train to reach the town of Bridlington.
We chose the latter option, only waiting around 5 minutes for the train to arrive on the little dock. The land train consists of three enclosed cars and runs a short journey down to another part of the beach. It is great for little kids and big kids alike! We were informed that the last train back to the car park was around 4.30p.m, and saw a notice that the weekend we were visiting would be the last of the season. This was due to renovations happening along the route in which the land train takes.
I would totally recommend using the Park and Ride, as it is only £4 for the day, and is really easy to get to. Plus you have a few options to get into the main part of town.