Scarborough Fair Collection

One of the country’s largest and finest private collections. Showman’s steam engines built by Burrell, Fowler and Garrett, vintage cars, tractors, miniature vehicles, trains and one of the latest additions “The Tortoise” a showman’s Road-Rail Living Wagon built in 1900 is also on display.

Facilities

  • Parking
  • Gift Shop
  • Refreshments
  • Disabled Access

Full Description

The “Scarborough Fair Collection”. One of the country’s largest and finest private collections has been brought together under one roof by Graham Atkinson.  Showman’s Steam Engines built by Burrell, Fowler and Garrett. Vintage Cars, Tractors, Miniature Vehicles, Trains and one of the latest additions “The Tortoise” a showman’s Road-Rail Living Wagon built in 1900 is also on display.
Take a ride on the Vintage Fairground Rides, the “Golden Galloping Horses”, Noah’s Ark, the Dodgems, the Caterpillar, the Austin Car ride, the Juvenile Gallopers and the hand turned Halstead Roundabout.
Enjoy listening to the melodies of yesteryear or the hits of today. Fairground Street and Dance Organs built by Decap, Gavioli, Mortier, Ruth & Marenghi.  Two “Mighty” Wurlitzer Organs are the centre piece of our Theatre / Ballroom and the latest addition the “Accordion Castle” an automatic playing instrument based on the latest technological possibilities, built by Tony Decap.
A unique venue for your next party, wedding, concert or corporate event or just dance the afternoon away at our weekly Wednesday tea dances....Group bookings welcome.
You will be amazed at what lies beyond the doors of the Scarborough Fair Collection....... Visit us and take a trip back in time to a bygone age.

Contact & Location

Operator:
Address:Flower of May Holiday Park
Lebberston Cliff
Scarborough
Yorkshire YO11 3NU
Contacts: 01723 586 698
.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
View website
Open days:29 Mar-27 Oct Wed-Sun & BHol 1000-1600. (Closed 9, 23 Sep; 12-13 Oct.)
By Bus:120
By Rail: Filey / 2 miles

This entry was last updated on 21st February 2017