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The Priory Church of St Mary, located in Bridlington’s Old Town, was initially founded as an Augustinian monastery in 1113.

Visitors can expect impressive stained glass windows, columns and appliqued pictures which detail the rich history of this truly beautiful church and medieval monastery.

In the 20th century restoration of the church included a wide range of wooden pieces carved by ‘Mousey Thompson’ of Kilburn, North Yorkshire.

Visitors might like to follow the ‘Mouse Hunt’ sheet and find them all.

The Priory also features a shop including refreshments and is dog-friendly too.

Opening Times: Easter to October
Monday to Friday: 10am – 4pm
Saturday: 10am – 12pm
Sunday: 12pm – 2pm

The Priory Today

The original vision of the Priory’s foundation was to promote:

worship and prayer
learning and study
hospitality

In the 21st century, the Priory aims to celebrate and promote these three strands for the glory of God and the benefit of the whole community.

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Make a visit to Bridlington Priory at the following opening times – admission is free!

Easter to October
Monday to Friday: 10am – 4pm
Saturday: 10am – 12pm
Sunday: 12pm – 2pm

November to Easter
Monday to Saturday: 10am – 12pm
Sunday: 12pm – 2pm

Sunday Services
8.00am, 10.30am & 6.30pm

Weekday Services
8:30am (Monday – Saturday): Morning Prayer
11:30am (Wednesday): Holy Communion
11:30am (Thursday): Prayer for the Parish

Please note: access may be restricted if a service is in progress.

Bridlington Priory is granted ‘Animal-Friendly Church’ status and is a member of the Anglican Society for the Welfare of Animals.

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Dogs (and well-behaved owners!) are welcome at the Priory.