National Trust Ravenscar Visitor Centre

Ravenscar, North Yorkshire YO13 0NE, UK

Telephone: 01723 870138

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Ravenscar Visitor Centre offers a warm welcome to this beautiful part of the North Yorkshire coast and the perfect starting point for a great day out. Find information on the local area, guidance on outdoor activities including walking and cycling routes, self led walks, events and other attractions. National Trust items, gifts, books and maps are available in the shop, plus a range of snacks, hot and cold drinks and ice-creams. Indoor seating and outdoor picnic area. Signposted from the A171. Free roadside parking in the village. Open daily, end March – beginning November. Free entry. Nearby historical features, the remains of Peak Alum Works and Ravenscar WW2 radar station, are open year-round and accessed via the Cleveland Way.


Visitor at a picnic table outside Ravenscar Visitor Centre - National Trust/Bill Blake
Interior view of Ravenscar Visitor Centre - National Trust/Kate Horne
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