Ravenscar Visitor Centre

A warm welcome awaits at the Ravenscar Visitor Centre © Kate Horne

A warm welcome awaits at the Ravenscar Visitor Centre

Lying at the southern end of Robin Hood’s Bay, Ravenscar Visitor Centre is a welcoming gateway to the Yorkshire Coast and nearby National Trust sites. Find information on the local area, guidance on outdoor activities including walking and cycling routes, self-led walks, events and other attractions.

Plenty of public parking can be found on the road close by. If you’re a hiker or just out for a stroll, the Cleveland Way and the old railway line will bring you right to the door, the perfect spot to refuel with a hot drink, sandwich, cake or ice-cream. Stop and browse in the shop which offers a range of National Trust products, books, maps and gifts. Or take the opportunity to become a member – if you sign up here, your fee will make a valuable contribution to funding our work to maintain this beautiful stretch of coastline as a peaceful haven for wildlife and people.

The centre came into the hands of the National Trust as the result of a kind bequest from local naturalist and author, Nan Sykes.