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The Way of the Roses passes through an area of Northern England with a rich history, a lively cultural scene and plenty of natural beauty. Take time to enjoy museums, nature areas and historic buildings. Explore a network of caves or hike up the side of a waterfall. Relax and enjoy live music, a film, a match or a play. Trace the history of the War of the Roses while passing through the landscape where it took place. With a little planning, riding the Way of the Roses can be more than just an active holiday. It can be the very best way to get to know one of England’s most beautiful and fascinating regions.

York CitySightseeing

York CitySightseeing
Start of Tour Point
Exhibition Square
York
YO1 7EW

01904 634296

York CitySightseeing

York is one of the most inspiring cities to take a sightseeing bus tour in, from its exquisite architecture to the picturesque cobblestones; York will capture hearts of all ages. There are so many things to do to in the historical city of York, and CitySightseeing will assist you to discover all of the major sights and attractions that this thriving city has to offer. Our recommended starting point for the tour is located at Exhibition Square, close to the magnificent Minster – the largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe.

York CitySightseeing

York CitySightseeing

York CitySightseeing
Start of Tour Point
Exhibition Square
York
YO1 7EW

01904 634296

York is one of the most inspiring cities to take a sightseeing bus tour in, from its exquisite architecture to the picturesque cobblestones; York will capture hearts of all ages. There are so many things to do to in the historical city of York, and CitySightseeing will assist you to discover all of the major sights and attractions that this thriving city has to offer. Our recommended starting point for the tour is located at Exhibition Square, close to the magnificent Minster – the largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe.

The Tern Project | Morecambe

Morecambe
Lancashire
LA4 4DB

01524 582808

The Tern Project | Morecambe

Celebrating the birdlife of Morecambe Bay, various award-winning sculptures have been added to the re-developed seafront throughout Morecambe. Morecambe’s seafront is over 5 miles (8 km) in length and during the last two decades the original sea walls and promenades have been battered and breached by severe storms.  The landward side, composed of hotels, guest houses, private dwellings, shops and seaside entertainment, was badly hit by the floods and calls were made for new defences to be constructed.

The Tern Project | Morecambe

The Tern Project | Morecambe

Morecambe
Lancashire
LA4 4DB

01524 582808

Celebrating the birdlife of Morecambe Bay, various award-winning sculptures have been added to the re-developed seafront throughout Morecambe. Morecambe’s seafront is over 5 miles (8 km) in length and during the last two decades the original sea walls and promenades have been battered and breached by severe storms.  The landward side, composed of hotels, guest houses, private dwellings, shops and seaside entertainment, was badly hit by the floods and calls were made for new defences to be constructed.

The Platform | Morecambe

Station Buildings
Marine Road Central
Morecambe
Lancashire
LA4 4DB

01524 582803

The Platform | Morecambe

The Platform is Morecambe’s main events and entertainment venue and has completed the transformation of the old Promenade Railway Station. It hosts a strong touring programme from jazz and blues to world music, folk and classical.  The Platform also puts on an extensive range of workshops, recitals, lectures, regular sequence dances and community events. In addition to The Platform, the Station Building also includes Morecambe’s Visitor Information Centre, together with The Station pub and Wacky Warehouse - a children’s fun area.

The Platform | Morecambe

The Platform | Morecambe

Station Buildings
Marine Road Central
Morecambe
Lancashire
LA4 4DB

01524 582803

The Platform is Morecambe’s main events and entertainment venue and has completed the transformation of the old Promenade Railway Station. It hosts a strong touring programme from jazz and blues to world music, folk and classical.  The Platform also puts on an extensive range of workshops, recitals, lectures, regular sequence dances and community events. In addition to The Platform, the Station Building also includes Morecambe’s Visitor Information Centre, together with The Station pub and Wacky Warehouse - a children’s fun area.

Winter Gardens Theatre | Morecambe

209 Marine Road Central
Morecambe
Lancashire
LA4 4BU

01524 422180

Winter Gardens Theatre | Morecambe

The Morecambe Winter Gardens opened as The Victoria Pavilion theatre in 1897 and is situated on the resort’s central promenade, overlooking Morecambe Bay.  Since its formation in 1986, The Friends of The Winter Gardens charity has represented all who love this famous theatre, which sadly closed to the public in 1977 and has worked to protect the building pending full restoration.

Winter Gardens Theatre | Morecambe

Winter Gardens Theatre | Morecambe

209 Marine Road Central
Morecambe
Lancashire
LA4 4BU

01524 422180

The Morecambe Winter Gardens opened as The Victoria Pavilion theatre in 1897 and is situated on the resort’s central promenade, overlooking Morecambe Bay.  Since its formation in 1986, The Friends of The Winter Gardens charity has represented all who love this famous theatre, which sadly closed to the public in 1977 and has worked to protect the building pending full restoration.

Morecambe Super Bowl | Morecambe

Central Drive
Morecambe
Lancashire
LA4 4DW

01524 400974

Morecambe Super Bowl | Morecambe

If it’s tenpin bowling you are looking for, this is the place for you.  Our centre contains 20 lanes, open 364 days of the year from 10am – late.  Bowling is not all we have to offer!  We possess a licensed bar, an American style diner, games arcade, children’s disco party room and a function suite.  Morecambe Super bowl endeavor to provide an enjoyable experience. The bar is a perfect compliment to bowling, but is also a great place for socialising with a partner, colleagues and friends.

Morecambe Super Bowl | Morecambe

Morecambe Super Bowl | Morecambe

Central Drive
Morecambe
Lancashire
LA4 4DW

01524 400974

If it’s tenpin bowling you are looking for, this is the place for you.  Our centre contains 20 lanes, open 364 days of the year from 10am – late.  Bowling is not all we have to offer!  We possess a licensed bar, an American style diner, games arcade, children’s disco party room and a function suite.  Morecambe Super bowl endeavor to provide an enjoyable experience. The bar is a perfect compliment to bowling, but is also a great place for socialising with a partner, colleagues and friends.

Happy Mount Park | Morecambe

Marine Road East
Morecambe
Lancashire
LA4 5AQ

01524 401140

Happy Mount Park | Morecambe

Happy Mount Park is a traditional park for people of all ages.  You can sit and relax or take a stroll in the attractive parkland setting, pay a visit to the popular cafe and enjoy the delights from a varied menu or partake in any of the park's other attractions/activities shown within the park. (some of these facilities incur a charge).  During the year a Variety of Themed Events take place (see the Happy Mount Park Events page) and every Sunday from the beginning of May to the middle of September you can enjoy the sounds from the very best of Brass Bands from around the North West.

Happy Mount Park | Morecambe

Happy Mount Park | Morecambe

Marine Road East
Morecambe
Lancashire
LA4 5AQ

01524 401140

Happy Mount Park is a traditional park for people of all ages.  You can sit and relax or take a stroll in the attractive parkland setting, pay a visit to the popular cafe and enjoy the delights from a varied menu or partake in any of the park's other attractions/activities shown within the park. (some of these facilities incur a charge).  During the year a Variety of Themed Events take place (see the Happy Mount Park Events page) and every Sunday from the beginning of May to the middle of September you can enjoy the sounds from the very best of Brass Bands from around the North West.

Lancaster Castle | Lancaster

Castle Parade
Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1YJ

01524 64998

Lancaster Castle | Lancaster

Steeped in almost 1000 years of history, the Castle is built on a commanding hill top location, which dominates the City of Lancaster.  The castle buildings have undergone extensive alterations during its history, with parts being demolished to allow for conversion into a court and prison in the late 18th century.  The castle buildings are Grade I listed with some being awarded Scheduled Ancient Monument status.

Lancaster Castle | Lancaster

Lancaster Castle | Lancaster

Castle Parade
Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1YJ

01524 64998

Steeped in almost 1000 years of history, the Castle is built on a commanding hill top location, which dominates the City of Lancaster.  The castle buildings have undergone extensive alterations during its history, with parts being demolished to allow for conversion into a court and prison in the late 18th century.  The castle buildings are Grade I listed with some being awarded Scheduled Ancient Monument status.

Judges Lodgings | Lancaster

Church Street
Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1YS

01524 32808

Judges Lodgings | Lancaster

Built in the centre of Lancaster against the backdrop of Lancaster Castle and Lancaster Priory this elegant, Grade I listed building is Lancaster's oldest town house. The house was originally home to Thomas Covell, Keeper of Lancaster Castle and notorious witch hunter. Between 1776 and 1975 the house became an impressive residence for judges visiting the Assize Court at nearby Lancaster Castle.

Judges Lodgings | Lancaster

Judges Lodgings | Lancaster

Church Street
Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1YS

01524 32808

Built in the centre of Lancaster against the backdrop of Lancaster Castle and Lancaster Priory this elegant, Grade I listed building is Lancaster's oldest town house. The house was originally home to Thomas Covell, Keeper of Lancaster Castle and notorious witch hunter. Between 1776 and 1975 the house became an impressive residence for judges visiting the Assize Court at nearby Lancaster Castle.

Williamson Park | Lancaster

Quernmore Road
Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1UX

01524 33318

Williamson Park | Lancaster

Williamson Park comprises 54 acres of beautiful parkland with enchanting walks and play areas and breathtaking views to the Fylde Coast and the Lake District. The tropical butterfly house, Mini-beasts, bird enclosure and small mammal section will fascinate all the family and add a touch of the exotic to a visit to Lancaster's leading tourist attraction.  Enjoy the pleasant surroundings of the Pavilion Cafe or browse around our Gift Shop packed with all kinds of exciting gift ideas.

Williamson Park | Lancaster

Williamson Park | Lancaster

Quernmore Road
Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1UX

01524 33318

Williamson Park comprises 54 acres of beautiful parkland with enchanting walks and play areas and breathtaking views to the Fylde Coast and the Lake District. The tropical butterfly house, Mini-beasts, bird enclosure and small mammal section will fascinate all the family and add a touch of the exotic to a visit to Lancaster's leading tourist attraction.  Enjoy the pleasant surroundings of the Pavilion Cafe or browse around our Gift Shop packed with all kinds of exciting gift ideas.

City Museum | Lancaster

Market Square
Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1HT

01524 64637

City Museum | Lancaster

City Museum is situated in the heart of this historic city in an elegant Georgian building.  Discover more about Lancaster's past from the Romans to the present day.  Trace the pedigree of Lancaster's regiment from 1680 onwards.  A wonderful collection of portraits and landscapes. Changing programme of temporary exhibition.  Lancaster City Museum is housed in the former Town Hall, built in 1781-83 to the design of Major Jarrett and Thomas Harrison. Opened in 1923 the museum has built up collections, which stylishly illustrate the history and archaeology of Lancaster and the surrounding area, from the Neolithic age to the present day.

City Museum | Lancaster

City Museum | Lancaster

Market Square
Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1HT

01524 64637

City Museum is situated in the heart of this historic city in an elegant Georgian building.  Discover more about Lancaster's past from the Romans to the present day.  Trace the pedigree of Lancaster's regiment from 1680 onwards.  A wonderful collection of portraits and landscapes. Changing programme of temporary exhibition.  Lancaster City Museum is housed in the former Town Hall, built in 1781-83 to the design of Major Jarrett and Thomas Harrison. Opened in 1923 the museum has built up collections, which stylishly illustrate the history and archaeology of Lancaster and the surrounding area, from the Neolithic age to the present day.

Millenium Park | Lancaster

Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 5JS

01524 582394

Millenium Park | Lancaster

The River Lune Millennium Park stretches some 15km along the banks of the Lune from Bull Beck near Caton to Salt Ayre in Lancaster.  It offers leisure and everyday transport opportunities with linked footpaths and cycleways, and the route is decorated with unusual and thought provoking artworks to discover and information points.  At its heart is the recently constructed Millennium Bridge for cyclists and pedestrians.

Millenium Park | Lancaster

Millenium Park | Lancaster

Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 5JS

01524 582394

The River Lune Millennium Park stretches some 15km along the banks of the Lune from Bull Beck near Caton to Salt Ayre in Lancaster.  It offers leisure and everyday transport opportunities with linked footpaths and cycleways, and the route is decorated with unusual and thought provoking artworks to discover and information points.  At its heart is the recently constructed Millennium Bridge for cyclists and pedestrians.

Maritime Museum | Lancaster

Custom House
St George's Quay
Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1RB

01524 382264

Maritime Museum | Lancaster

Overlooking the river Lune, and the fabulous Georgian architecture of St George’s Quay sits Lancaster Maritime Museum.  The Museum is housed in the Port of Lancaster Custom House and warehouse buildings that date from the second half of the 18th century.  The buildings along the quayside developed around this time as a result of the success of overseas trade.  Alongside of the Museum are buildings, which belonged to prosperous Quaker slave trader Dodshon Foster.

Maritime Museum | Lancaster

Maritime Museum | Lancaster

Custom House
St George's Quay
Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1RB

01524 382264

Overlooking the river Lune, and the fabulous Georgian architecture of St George’s Quay sits Lancaster Maritime Museum.  The Museum is housed in the Port of Lancaster Custom House and warehouse buildings that date from the second half of the 18th century.  The buildings along the quayside developed around this time as a result of the success of overseas trade.  Alongside of the Museum are buildings, which belonged to prosperous Quaker slave trader Dodshon Foster.

The Dukes | Lancaster

Moor Lane
Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1QE

01524 598500

The Dukes | Lancaster

The Duke's in Lancaster, formerly known as the Duke's Playhouse, is a professional producing theatre, currently producing six theatre productions a year.  It also hosts outside companies and arts festivals. Consisting of three auditoria, the largest (named "The Rake") and seating approximately 313, studio theatre "The Round" seating approximately 240 and a youth specific space, "DT3". The largest auditorium is also used for screening films.

The Dukes | Lancaster

The Dukes | Lancaster

Moor Lane
Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1QE

01524 598500

The Duke's in Lancaster, formerly known as the Duke's Playhouse, is a professional producing theatre, currently producing six theatre productions a year.  It also hosts outside companies and arts festivals. Consisting of three auditoria, the largest (named "The Rake") and seating approximately 313, studio theatre "The Round" seating approximately 240 and a youth specific space, "DT3". The largest auditorium is also used for screening films.

Lancaster Priory | Lancaster

Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1XB

01524 63200

Lancaster Priory | Lancaster

The 15th Century Priory and Parish Church of Lancaster standing by the Castle on the hill, overlooking the city, is built on the site of a priory, which was founded in 1094.  The interior is mostly medieval but has 13 centuries of history, evident from traces of a Saxon church, such as the Saxon doorway with Anglican cross fragments, 14th Century choir stalls, superb tapestries, and King's Own Memorial Chapel with historical regimental standards and battle honours.

Lancaster Priory | Lancaster

Lancaster Priory | Lancaster

Lancaster
Lancashire
LA1 1XB

01524 63200

The 15th Century Priory and Parish Church of Lancaster standing by the Castle on the hill, overlooking the city, is built on the site of a priory, which was founded in 1094.  The interior is mostly medieval but has 13 centuries of history, evident from traces of a Saxon church, such as the Saxon doorway with Anglican cross fragments, 14th Century choir stalls, superb tapestries, and King's Own Memorial Chapel with historical regimental standards and battle honours.

The Great Stone of Fourstones

The Great Stone of Fourstones

The Great Stone of Fourstones, or the "Big Stone" as it is known locally, is a glacial deposit on the moorlands of Tatham Fells, situated near Bentham in the District of Craven, and 10 metres from the county border with Lancashire.  The name suggests that there were once four stones, but now there is only one. The other three were possibly broken up for scythe sharpening stones, or building stone, centuries ago.

The Great Stone of Fourstones

The Great Stone of Fourstones

The Great Stone of Fourstones, or the "Big Stone" as it is known locally, is a glacial deposit on the moorlands of Tatham Fells, situated near Bentham in the District of Craven, and 10 metres from the county border with Lancashire.  The name suggests that there were once four stones, but now there is only one. The other three were possibly broken up for scythe sharpening stones, or building stone, centuries ago.

White Scar Cave | Ingleton

Ingleton
North Yorkshire
LA6 3AW

015242 41244

White Scar Cave | Ingleton

White Scar Cave lies deep beneath Ingleborough hill, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, a hidden world which has been sculpted by nature over thousands of years.  This subterranean landscape, beautifully lit, with gushing streams and waterfalls, exotic cave formations, and a huge ice-age cavern adorned with thousands of stalactites.

White Scar Cave | Ingleton

White Scar Cave | Ingleton

Ingleton
North Yorkshire
LA6 3AW

015242 41244

White Scar Cave lies deep beneath Ingleborough hill, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, a hidden world which has been sculpted by nature over thousands of years.  This subterranean landscape, beautifully lit, with gushing streams and waterfalls, exotic cave formations, and a huge ice-age cavern adorned with thousands of stalactites.

Ingleborough Cave | Clapham

Clapham
North Yorkshire
LA2 8EE

01524 251242

Ingleborough Cave | Clapham

Ingleborough Cave, first entered and made accessible in 1837, is the premier show cave in the Yorkshire Dales. In 2012, it is celebrating 175 years of entrancing visitors with an awe inspiring range of stunning cave formations, the imposing cave entrance and the large passages are full of artifacts dating back millions of years along with the evidence of the significant impact of the Ice Ages.  The passages are floodlit with well-laid concrete paths, the usual walking or outdoor clothing will suffice and there are no steps so the Cave is accessible for pushchairs.

Ingleborough Cave | Clapham

Ingleborough Cave | Clapham

Clapham
North Yorkshire
LA2 8EE

01524 251242

Ingleborough Cave, first entered and made accessible in 1837, is the premier show cave in the Yorkshire Dales. In 2012, it is celebrating 175 years of entrancing visitors with an awe inspiring range of stunning cave formations, the imposing cave entrance and the large passages are full of artifacts dating back millions of years along with the evidence of the significant impact of the Ice Ages.  The passages are floodlit with well-laid concrete paths, the usual walking or outdoor clothing will suffice and there are no steps so the Cave is accessible for pushchairs.

Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre

Crows Nest Road
Near Giggleswick
Settle
North Yorkshire
LA2 8AS

01729 825160

Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre

The Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre was created in 1991, since which time it has offered the public a close up experience of many magnificent birds of prey and allowed them to see them flying free in the lovely Yorkshire Dales.  The Centre is now part of an international breeding and conservation programme that hopes one day to restore all species to their native habitats and protect them from the environmental destruction that they have suffered in the past.

Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre

Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre

Crows Nest Road
Near Giggleswick
Settle
North Yorkshire
LA2 8AS

01729 825160

The Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre was created in 1991, since which time it has offered the public a close up experience of many magnificent birds of prey and allowed them to see them flying free in the lovely Yorkshire Dales.  The Centre is now part of an international breeding and conservation programme that hopes one day to restore all species to their native habitats and protect them from the environmental destruction that they have suffered in the past.

Settle to Carlisle Railway

Settle
North Yorkshire
BD24 9EJ

Settle to Carlisle Railway

The Settle–Carlisle Line is a 73-mile long main railway line in northern England. The line runs through remote, scenic regions of the Yorkshire Dales and the North Pennines.  The railway line between Settle in Yorkshire and Carlisle in Cumbria is one of the most well known in Britain, and indeed is admired around the world.  It epitomises the enterprise and determination of the Victorian railway directors, engineers and navvies in their struggle to conquer the forces of nature across ‘the roof of England’.

Settle to Carlisle Railway

Settle to Carlisle Railway

Settle
North Yorkshire
BD24 9EJ

The Settle–Carlisle Line is a 73-mile long main railway line in northern England. The line runs through remote, scenic regions of the Yorkshire Dales and the North Pennines.  The railway line between Settle in Yorkshire and Carlisle in Cumbria is one of the most well known in Britain, and indeed is admired around the world.  It epitomises the enterprise and determination of the Victorian railway directors, engineers and navvies in their struggle to conquer the forces of nature across ‘the roof of England’.

Malham Tarn | Malham

Malham
North Yorkshire

Malham Tarn | Malham

Malham Tarn is a glacial lake near the village of Malham in the Yorkshire Dales.  At 377 metres above sea level it is the highest lake in England and the highest marl lake in Great Britain.  The lake is one of only eight upland alkaline lakes in Europe.  The size area of the lake is 600 hectares and at it’s deepest, with an average depth of 2.4 metres.

Malham Tarn | Malham

Malham Tarn | Malham

Malham
North Yorkshire

Malham Tarn is a glacial lake near the village of Malham in the Yorkshire Dales.  At 377 metres above sea level it is the highest lake in England and the highest marl lake in Great Britain.  The lake is one of only eight upland alkaline lakes in Europe.  The size area of the lake is 600 hectares and at it’s deepest, with an average depth of 2.4 metres.

Malham Cove | Malham

Malham
North Yorkshire

Malham Cove | Malham

Malham Cove is a natural limestone formation just north of the village of Malham in the Yorkshire Dales.  This well-known beauty spot is a large, curved limestone cliff at the head of a valley, with a fine area of limestone pavement at the top.  Describing the cove in 1779, Thomas West said, "This beautiful rock is like the age-tinted wall of a prodigious castle; the stone is very white, and from the ledges hang various shrubs and vegetables, which with the tints given it by the bog water gives it a variety that I never before saw so pleasing in a plain rock.

Malham Cove | Malham

Malham Cove | Malham

Malham
North Yorkshire

Malham Cove is a natural limestone formation just north of the village of Malham in the Yorkshire Dales.  This well-known beauty spot is a large, curved limestone cliff at the head of a valley, with a fine area of limestone pavement at the top.  Describing the cove in 1779, Thomas West said, "This beautiful rock is like the age-tinted wall of a prodigious castle; the stone is very white, and from the ledges hang various shrubs and vegetables, which with the tints given it by the bog water gives it a variety that I never before saw so pleasing in a plain rock.

Linton Falls | Linton

Linton Falls
Linton
North Yorkshire

Linton Falls | Linton

Linton is a village immediately south, and across the River Wharfe, from Grassington, and eight miles north of the market town Skipton.  The green of this small, picturesque village is set among a fine Vanbrugh almshouse, a pub and three stone bridges over its beck.  Not far to its northeast, Linton makes a second impressive appearance, where Linton Beck runs down to the River Wharfe at the limestone Linton Falls, there bridged for walkers on a path up the Wharf’s north bank to Grassington.

Linton Falls | Linton

Linton Falls | Linton

Linton Falls
Linton
North Yorkshire

Linton is a village immediately south, and across the River Wharfe, from Grassington, and eight miles north of the market town Skipton.  The green of this small, picturesque village is set among a fine Vanbrugh almshouse, a pub and three stone bridges over its beck.  Not far to its northeast, Linton makes a second impressive appearance, where Linton Beck runs down to the River Wharfe at the limestone Linton Falls, there bridged for walkers on a path up the Wharf’s north bank to Grassington.

Grassington Folk Museum | Grassington

6 The Square
Grassington
North Yorkshire
BD23 5AQ

01756 753287

Grassington Folk Museum | Grassington

Thousands of visitors to Grassington come from all over Britain and from overseas, see the old village as a charming tourist centre in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and look upon its cobbled Square and its narrow courts or “folds” as a picturesque memory of a bygone rural England? The truth is not quite so simple. Though medieval Grassington, with its weekly market in the Square, was the most important village in Upper Wharfedale, it was industry as much as farming which created the Grassington we see today.

Grassington Folk Museum | Grassington

Grassington Folk Museum | Grassington

6 The Square
Grassington
North Yorkshire
BD23 5AQ

01756 753287

Thousands of visitors to Grassington come from all over Britain and from overseas, see the old village as a charming tourist centre in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and look upon its cobbled Square and its narrow courts or “folds” as a picturesque memory of a bygone rural England? The truth is not quite so simple. Though medieval Grassington, with its weekly market in the Square, was the most important village in Upper Wharfedale, it was industry as much as farming which created the Grassington we see today.

Kilnsey Park | Kilnsey

Kilnsey
Skipton
North Yorkshire
BD23 5PS

01756 752150

Kilnsey Park | Kilnsey

Kilnsey Park is a family visitor attraction in the heart of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales village of Kilnsey.  Kilnsey Park offers activities for all the family including fun fishing, friendly farm animals, an adventure playground and a nature trail with butterfly garden and rare orchids. We also offer high quality angling in two spring fed lakes for those wanting to catch a fish in this stunning location. Seasonal events and treasure trails mean that there’s always something going on.

 

Kilnsey Park | Kilnsey

Kilnsey Park | Kilnsey

Kilnsey
Skipton
North Yorkshire
BD23 5PS

01756 752150

Kilnsey Park is a family visitor attraction in the heart of the beautiful Yorkshire Dales village of Kilnsey.  Kilnsey Park offers activities for all the family including fun fishing, friendly farm animals, an adventure playground and a nature trail with butterfly garden and rare orchids. We also offer high quality angling in two spring fed lakes for those wanting to catch a fish in this stunning location. Seasonal events and treasure trails mean that there’s always something going on.

 

Kilnsey Trekking Centre | Kilnsey

Conistone with Kilnsey
Near Skipton
North Yorkshire
BD23 5HS

01756 752861

Kilnsey Trekking Centre | Kilnsey

Kilnsey Trekking and Riding Centre is a family run riding centre that offers pony trekking, horse riding lessons and horse riding holidays.  Our pony treks, horse rides and riding tuition are suitable for adults and children from the age of four; able and disabled riders; beginners, intermediate riders and advanced riders.  Situated in an area of outsanding natural beauty, Kilnsey Trekking and Riding Centre is the perfect place from which to explore the stunning scenery, natural wildlife habitats and rich heritage of the Yorkshire Dales National Park on horseback.

Kilnsey Trekking Centre | Kilnsey

Kilnsey Trekking Centre | Kilnsey

Conistone with Kilnsey
Near Skipton
North Yorkshire
BD23 5HS

01756 752861

Kilnsey Trekking and Riding Centre is a family run riding centre that offers pony trekking, horse riding lessons and horse riding holidays.  Our pony treks, horse rides and riding tuition are suitable for adults and children from the age of four; able and disabled riders; beginners, intermediate riders and advanced riders.  Situated in an area of outsanding natural beauty, Kilnsey Trekking and Riding Centre is the perfect place from which to explore the stunning scenery, natural wildlife habitats and rich heritage of the Yorkshire Dales National Park on horseback.

Parceval Hall | Skyreholme

Skyreholme
North Yorkshire
BD23 6DE

01756 720311

Parceval Hall | Skyreholme

Parcevall Hall Gardens are a renowned historic plantsmans garden located at the heart of Wharfedale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Located at the head of a small valley, the gardens are a hidden treasure and well worth seeking out. Comprising of 24 acres of formal and woodland gardens they rise up the hillside for 200 feet giving wonderful views in every direction.  The gardens were laid out by the late Sir William Milner from 1927 onwards, and are planted with specimens from around the world, many collected from Western China and the Himalayas.

Parceval Hall | Skyreholme

Parceval Hall | Skyreholme

Skyreholme
North Yorkshire
BD23 6DE

01756 720311

Parcevall Hall Gardens are a renowned historic plantsmans garden located at the heart of Wharfedale in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Located at the head of a small valley, the gardens are a hidden treasure and well worth seeking out. Comprising of 24 acres of formal and woodland gardens they rise up the hillside for 200 feet giving wonderful views in every direction.  The gardens were laid out by the late Sir William Milner from 1927 onwards, and are planted with specimens from around the world, many collected from Western China and the Himalayas.

Stump Cross Caverns | Greenhow Hill

Greenhow Hill
Pateley Bridge
North Yorkshire
HG3 5JL

01756 752780

Stump Cross Caverns | Greenhow Hill

Stump Cross Caverns is one of Britain's premier show caves, located in Nidderdale on the border of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and situated right on the Way of the roses cycle route just before arriving at the town of Pateley Bridge.  offering a range of facilities for a great family day out, including a gift shop and tea room as well as the caves themselves.

Stump Cross Caverns | Greenhow Hill

Stump Cross Caverns | Greenhow Hill

Greenhow Hill
Pateley Bridge
North Yorkshire
HG3 5JL

01756 752780

Stump Cross Caverns is one of Britain's premier show caves, located in Nidderdale on the border of the Yorkshire Dales National Park and situated right on the Way of the roses cycle route just before arriving at the town of Pateley Bridge.  offering a range of facilities for a great family day out, including a gift shop and tea room as well as the caves themselves.

Nidderdale Museum | Pateley Bridge

The Old Workhouse
King Street
Pateley Bridge
North Yorkshire
HG3 5LE

01423 711225

Nidderdale Museum | Pateley Bridge

Nidderdale Museum was founded in 1975 by a group of enthusiasts who realised that much of the traditional life of the dale was quickly disappearing. The museum building, erected in 1863, was originally the Pateley Bridge Union Workhouse.  With a large collection illustrating all aspects of life in Nidderdale. It reflects the life of people in imaginative and realistic settings. 

Nidderdale Museum | Pateley Bridge

Nidderdale Museum | Pateley Bridge

The Old Workhouse
King Street
Pateley Bridge
North Yorkshire
HG3 5LE

01423 711225

Nidderdale Museum was founded in 1975 by a group of enthusiasts who realised that much of the traditional life of the dale was quickly disappearing. The museum building, erected in 1863, was originally the Pateley Bridge Union Workhouse.  With a large collection illustrating all aspects of life in Nidderdale. It reflects the life of people in imaginative and realistic settings. 

Brimham Rocks | Summerbridge

Summerbridge
North Yorkshire
HG3 4DW

01423 780688

Brimham Rocks | Summerbridge

Explore Brimham Rocks, and have a great day out at nature's playground.  This amazing collection of weird and wonderful rock formations makes a great day out for families, climbers and those wanting to enjoy the simple pleasures of fresh air and magnificent views over Nidderdale.  Let your imagination run wild as you explore the labyrinth of paths through this unique landscape.  Keep an eye out for some fantastically shaped rocks. Spot the Dancing Bear, The Eagle and The Gorilla, crawl through The Smartie Tube and balance on the Rocking Stones.

Brimham Rocks | Summerbridge

Brimham Rocks | Summerbridge

Summerbridge
North Yorkshire
HG3 4DW

01423 780688

Explore Brimham Rocks, and have a great day out at nature's playground.  This amazing collection of weird and wonderful rock formations makes a great day out for families, climbers and those wanting to enjoy the simple pleasures of fresh air and magnificent views over Nidderdale.  Let your imagination run wild as you explore the labyrinth of paths through this unique landscape.  Keep an eye out for some fantastically shaped rocks. Spot the Dancing Bear, The Eagle and The Gorilla, crawl through The Smartie Tube and balance on the Rocking Stones.

Fountains Abbey | Fountains

Fountains
Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 3DY

01765 608888

Fountains Abbey | Fountains

A World Heritage Site, set in 323 hectares (800 acres) of beautiful countryside, offers an unparalleled opportunity to appreciate the range of England's heritage. Discover the magnificent 12th-century abbey ruins and the only surviving Cistercian corn mill.  Amble through the beautiful landscaped Georgian water garden of Studley Royal, complete with Neo-classical statues, follies and breathtaking views.

Fountains Abbey | Fountains

Fountains Abbey | Fountains

Fountains
Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 3DY

01765 608888

A World Heritage Site, set in 323 hectares (800 acres) of beautiful countryside, offers an unparalleled opportunity to appreciate the range of England's heritage. Discover the magnificent 12th-century abbey ruins and the only surviving Cistercian corn mill.  Amble through the beautiful landscaped Georgian water garden of Studley Royal, complete with Neo-classical statues, follies and breathtaking views.

Ripley Castle | Ripley

Ripley
North Yorkshire
HG3 3AY

01423 770152

Ripley Castle | Ripley

Ripley Castle and Gardens, situated 3 miles from Harrogate in North Yorkshire on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, is an historic attraction open to the public all year round and makes for a fascinating and entertaining day out, in a beautiful location, with memorable surroundings.

Ripley Castle | Ripley

Ripley Castle | Ripley

Ripley
North Yorkshire
HG3 3AY

01423 770152

Ripley Castle and Gardens, situated 3 miles from Harrogate in North Yorkshire on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, is an historic attraction open to the public all year round and makes for a fascinating and entertaining day out, in a beautiful location, with memorable surroundings.

Markenfield Hall | Ripon

Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 3AD

01765 692303

Markenfield Hall | Ripon

Tucked privately away along a mile-long winding drive, just three miles south of Ripon, Markenfield has been described as Yorkshire’s best-kept secret. Not visible from the road, a glimpse of the imposing east wall cannot be seen until visitors reach the old Mediaeval road near to the top of the drive. But for a quirk of fate – and a Turnpike Act of 1777 – Markenfield would be one of the most recognisable houses in Yorkshire as the nearby A61 would run along this now-bridleway just 200 yards away.

Markenfield Hall | Ripon

Markenfield Hall | Ripon

Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 3AD

01765 692303

Tucked privately away along a mile-long winding drive, just three miles south of Ripon, Markenfield has been described as Yorkshire’s best-kept secret. Not visible from the road, a glimpse of the imposing east wall cannot be seen until visitors reach the old Mediaeval road near to the top of the drive. But for a quirk of fate – and a Turnpike Act of 1777 – Markenfield would be one of the most recognisable houses in Yorkshire as the nearby A61 would run along this now-bridleway just 200 yards away.

Ripon Museums | Ripon

75 Allhallowgate
Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 1LE

01765 690799

Ripon Museums | Ripon

Ripon Museums consists of three sites within the centre of the city of Ripon and tell the unique story of the Liberty Courthouse, Prison and Victorian Workhouse.  Together the three museums tell a sorry and interwoven story of Law and Order in times past. Malefactors would be incarcerated at the Prison or Police Station before being taken to the Courthouse for trial. If a custodial sentence or transportation were imposed a family might be deprived of its breadwinner, perhaps leading to its remaining members being forced to seek the 'relief' of the Workhouse.

Ripon Museums | Ripon

Ripon Museums | Ripon

75 Allhallowgate
Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 1LE

01765 690799

Ripon Museums consists of three sites within the centre of the city of Ripon and tell the unique story of the Liberty Courthouse, Prison and Victorian Workhouse.  Together the three museums tell a sorry and interwoven story of Law and Order in times past. Malefactors would be incarcerated at the Prison or Police Station before being taken to the Courthouse for trial. If a custodial sentence or transportation were imposed a family might be deprived of its breadwinner, perhaps leading to its remaining members being forced to seek the 'relief' of the Workhouse.

Ripon Racecourse | Ripon

Boroughbridge Road
Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 1UG

01765 530530

Ripon Racecourse | Ripon

Ripon has hosted some of the most exciting, prestigious and enjoyable racing in the country for more than 300 years. It never fails to impress year on year with its outstanding back drop and exciting atmosphere. Always challenging itself to improve and build on spectator experience, Ripon has a lot to offer.  Ripon Racecourse commonly known as the Garden Racecourse is suitably located in one of the country’s most beautiful and quaint cities. With the market town being one of the oldest cities in England it is a great place to visit.

Ripon Racecourse | Ripon

Ripon Racecourse | Ripon

Boroughbridge Road
Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 1UG

01765 530530

Ripon has hosted some of the most exciting, prestigious and enjoyable racing in the country for more than 300 years. It never fails to impress year on year with its outstanding back drop and exciting atmosphere. Always challenging itself to improve and build on spectator experience, Ripon has a lot to offer.  Ripon Racecourse commonly known as the Garden Racecourse is suitably located in one of the country’s most beautiful and quaint cities. With the market town being one of the oldest cities in England it is a great place to visit.

Ripon Cathedral | Ripon

Minster Road
Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 1QS

01765 603462

Ripon Cathedral | Ripon

Ripon Cathedral has a history stretching back almost fourteen centuries. Throughout this time it has offered an unbroken tradition of witness to the Christian faith, both in the city of Ripon and across North Yorkshire. Dominating the Ripon skyline, this amazing building has inspired the likes of Lewis Carroll and Wilfrid Owen and continues to inspire and uplift visitors and worshippers alike.

Ripon Cathedral | Ripon

Ripon Cathedral | Ripon

Minster Road
Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 1QS

01765 603462

Ripon Cathedral has a history stretching back almost fourteen centuries. Throughout this time it has offered an unbroken tradition of witness to the Christian faith, both in the city of Ripon and across North Yorkshire. Dominating the Ripon skyline, this amazing building has inspired the likes of Lewis Carroll and Wilfrid Owen and continues to inspire and uplift visitors and worshippers alike.

Newby Hall and Gardens | Ripon

Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 5AE

0845 4504068

Newby Hall and Gardens | Ripon

Built under the guidance of Sir Christopher Wren in 17th Century, the superb contents of the house, collected by William Weddell, ancestor of the Compton family, include the Gobelins Tapestry Room, a renowned gallery of classical statuary and some of Chippendale’s finest furniture. Newby Hall, near Ripon, is the Yorkshire home of Mr & Mrs Richard Compton.

Newby Hall and Gardens | Ripon

Newby Hall and Gardens | Ripon

Ripon
North Yorkshire
HG4 5AE

0845 4504068

Built under the guidance of Sir Christopher Wren in 17th Century, the superb contents of the house, collected by William Weddell, ancestor of the Compton family, include the Gobelins Tapestry Room, a renowned gallery of classical statuary and some of Chippendale’s finest furniture. Newby Hall, near Ripon, is the Yorkshire home of Mr & Mrs Richard Compton.

Beningbrough Hall | Beningbrough

Beningbrough
York
YO30 1DD

01904 472027

Beningbrough Hall | Beningbrough

Each visit to Beningbrough is a friendly, relaxed and inspiring journey. There's so much to explore. Walk through pear arches and hidden gateways to labyrinth paths, grand Italianate borders and hidden woods. Stepping inside the Great Hall, uncover scandalous stories behind National Portrait Gallery paintings and reveal your inner Georgian with costumes and virtual portraits. Or just bring a rug and enjoy a cream tea on the cherry tree lawn, watching clouds drift by.

Beningbrough Hall | Beningbrough

Beningbrough Hall | Beningbrough

Beningbrough
York
YO30 1DD

01904 472027

Each visit to Beningbrough is a friendly, relaxed and inspiring journey. There's so much to explore. Walk through pear arches and hidden gateways to labyrinth paths, grand Italianate borders and hidden woods. Stepping inside the Great Hall, uncover scandalous stories behind National Portrait Gallery paintings and reveal your inner Georgian with costumes and virtual portraits. Or just bring a rug and enjoy a cream tea on the cherry tree lawn, watching clouds drift by.

York Minster | York

Church House
Ogleforth
York
YO1 7JN

0844 939 0011

York Minster | York

Experience one of the top visitor attractions in York with a trip to York Minster. Regularly voted one of the most popular things to do in York, the Minster is not only an architecturally stunning building but is a place to discover the history of York over the centuries, its artefacts and treasures. One of the world's most magnificent cathedrals, with foundations rooted in the nation's earliest history.

York Minster | York

York Minster | York

Church House
Ogleforth
York
YO1 7JN

0844 939 0011

Experience one of the top visitor attractions in York with a trip to York Minster. Regularly voted one of the most popular things to do in York, the Minster is not only an architecturally stunning building but is a place to discover the history of York over the centuries, its artefacts and treasures. One of the world's most magnificent cathedrals, with foundations rooted in the nation's earliest history.

York Dungeon | York

12 Clifford Street
York
Y01 9RD

0871 423 2260

York Dungeon | York

With a full cast of brilliant actors, 11 shows, rich sets and special effects, we'll take you on a unique 70 minute thrill-filled journey through 2000 years of York's murky past. Meet a full cast of infamous villains, rogues and rascals.  There are hold-up ahead courtesy of Dick Turpin, Eric Bloodaxe is staying true to his name and things are heating up for the witches.

York Dungeon | York

York Dungeon | York

12 Clifford Street
York
Y01 9RD

0871 423 2260

With a full cast of brilliant actors, 11 shows, rich sets and special effects, we'll take you on a unique 70 minute thrill-filled journey through 2000 years of York's murky past. Meet a full cast of infamous villains, rogues and rascals.  There are hold-up ahead courtesy of Dick Turpin, Eric Bloodaxe is staying true to his name and things are heating up for the witches.

National Railway Museum | York

Leeman Road
York
YO26 4XJ

08448 153139

National Railway Museum | York

The National Railway Museum is the largest railway museum in the world, with almost 1 million visitors per year to our sites in York and Shildon. Home to over 300 years of history and over a million wonderful objects. Visit us and you can marvel at iconic locomotives, watch engineering work in progress in the Workshop, browse our object-filled Warehouse, and let off steam in the outdoor play area.

National Railway Museum | York

National Railway Museum | York

Leeman Road
York
YO26 4XJ

08448 153139

The National Railway Museum is the largest railway museum in the world, with almost 1 million visitors per year to our sites in York and Shildon. Home to over 300 years of history and over a million wonderful objects. Visit us and you can marvel at iconic locomotives, watch engineering work in progress in the Workshop, browse our object-filled Warehouse, and let off steam in the outdoor play area.

Jorvik Viking Centre | York

Coppergate
York
YO1 9WT

01904 615 505

Jorvik Viking Centre | York

The world famous Jorvik Viking Centre is a ‘must-see’ for visitors to the city of York and is one of the most popular visitor attractions in the UK outside London. Welcoming 15 million visitors over the past 25 years, visitors journey through the reconstruction of Viking-Age streets, as they would have been 1000 years ago. Jorvik Viking Centre also offers four exciting exhibitions and the chance to actually come face to face with a ‘Viking’.

Jorvik Viking Centre | York

Jorvik Viking Centre | York

Coppergate
York
YO1 9WT

01904 615 505

The world famous Jorvik Viking Centre is a ‘must-see’ for visitors to the city of York and is one of the most popular visitor attractions in the UK outside London. Welcoming 15 million visitors over the past 25 years, visitors journey through the reconstruction of Viking-Age streets, as they would have been 1000 years ago. Jorvik Viking Centre also offers four exciting exhibitions and the chance to actually come face to face with a ‘Viking’.

Yorkshire Museum | York

Museum Gardens
York
YO1 7FR

01904 687687

Yorkshire Museum | York

The Yorkshire Museum reopened on 1 August 2010 following a nine-month £2million refurbishment project. Five new galleries now showcase some of Britain's finest archaeological treasures and many rare animals, birds and fossils, in exciting new displays. Our aim is to make the Yorkshire Museum a must-see destination in a tour around the beautiful city of York.

Yorkshire Museum | York

Yorkshire Museum | York

Museum Gardens
York
YO1 7FR

01904 687687

The Yorkshire Museum reopened on 1 August 2010 following a nine-month £2million refurbishment project. Five new galleries now showcase some of Britain's finest archaeological treasures and many rare animals, birds and fossils, in exciting new displays. Our aim is to make the Yorkshire Museum a must-see destination in a tour around the beautiful city of York.

The Shambles | York

York
North Yorkshire
YO1 7LZ

The Shambles | York

When in York visiting the Shambles is a must.  ‘The Shambles’ is sometimes used as a general term for the maze of twisting, narrow lanes which make York so charming.  At its heart is the lane actually called the Shambles, arguably the best preserved medieval street in the world.  It was mentioned in the Doomsday Book of William the Conqueror in 1086.  Many of the buildings on the street today date back to the late fourteenth and fifteenth century (around 1350-1475).

The Shambles | York

The Shambles | York

York
North Yorkshire
YO1 7LZ

When in York visiting the Shambles is a must.  ‘The Shambles’ is sometimes used as a general term for the maze of twisting, narrow lanes which make York so charming.  At its heart is the lane actually called the Shambles, arguably the best preserved medieval street in the world.  It was mentioned in the Doomsday Book of William the Conqueror in 1086.  Many of the buildings on the street today date back to the late fourteenth and fifteenth century (around 1350-1475).

York Boat | York

The Boatyard
Lendal Bridge
York
YO1 7DP

01904 628324

York Boat | York

Escape the city rush and enjoy York from a different perspective whilst our friendly team guide you along the beautiful River Ouse. A York City Cruise enables you to admire the scenery from the comfort of the enclosed saloon or open top deck. Take home fascinating facts on the incredible history of York and its river, from the live commentary delivered by our local and knowledgeable skippers.

York Boat | York

York Boat | York

The Boatyard
Lendal Bridge
York
YO1 7DP

01904 628324

Escape the city rush and enjoy York from a different perspective whilst our friendly team guide you along the beautiful River Ouse. A York City Cruise enables you to admire the scenery from the comfort of the enclosed saloon or open top deck. Take home fascinating facts on the incredible history of York and its river, from the live commentary delivered by our local and knowledgeable skippers.

Cliffords Tower | York

Tower Street
York
North Yorkshire
YO1 9SA

01904 646940

Cliffords Tower | York

The stunning panoramic views from the top of Clifford’s Tower, out over the historic city of York, makes it one of the most popular attractions in Yorkshire. Set on a tall mound in the heart of Old York, this imposing tower is almost all that remains of York Castle, which was originally built by William the Conqueror. There’s plenty to discover here. In its time, the tower has served as a prison and a royal mint, as well as the place where Henry VIII had the bodies of his enemies put on public display.

Cliffords Tower | York

Cliffords Tower | York

Tower Street
York
North Yorkshire
YO1 9SA

01904 646940

The stunning panoramic views from the top of Clifford’s Tower, out over the historic city of York, makes it one of the most popular attractions in Yorkshire. Set on a tall mound in the heart of Old York, this imposing tower is almost all that remains of York Castle, which was originally built by William the Conqueror. There’s plenty to discover here. In its time, the tower has served as a prison and a royal mint, as well as the place where Henry VIII had the bodies of his enemies put on public display.

Richard 111 Museum | York

Monk Bar
York
North Yorkshire
YO1 7LQ

01904 634191

Richard 111 Museum | York

Possibly one of York's best kept secrets is this fascinating Museum situated in York's tallest and most impressive Medieval Gatehouse - Monk Bar. Built in the 14th Century as part of York's famous City Walls it was originally a guard house and has been both a prison and a police house, lived in until 1914. The bar boasts a rare example of a working portcullis, last lowered in 1953. Largely original, the ancient mechanism still works and can be operated by visitors.

Richard 111 Museum | York

Richard 111 Museum | York

Monk Bar
York
North Yorkshire
YO1 7LQ

01904 634191

Possibly one of York's best kept secrets is this fascinating Museum situated in York's tallest and most impressive Medieval Gatehouse - Monk Bar. Built in the 14th Century as part of York's famous City Walls it was originally a guard house and has been both a prison and a police house, lived in until 1914. The bar boasts a rare example of a working portcullis, last lowered in 1953. Largely original, the ancient mechanism still works and can be operated by visitors.

Yorkshire Museum of Farming | York

Murton
York
YO19 5UF

01904 489966

Yorkshire Museum of Farming | York

Located on the outskirts of York, the Yorkshire Museum of Farming is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the diverse agricultural history of the region from the first farming practices up to the mid-twentieth century and beyond. The museum holds an impressive regional agricultural collection. For thousands of years, agriculture has been the backbone of civilisation, providing us with materials for clothes, warmth and shelter, and of course food to survive.

Yorkshire Museum of Farming | York

Yorkshire Museum of Farming | York

Murton
York
YO19 5UF

01904 489966

Located on the outskirts of York, the Yorkshire Museum of Farming is dedicated to preserving and interpreting the diverse agricultural history of the region from the first farming practices up to the mid-twentieth century and beyond. The museum holds an impressive regional agricultural collection. For thousands of years, agriculture has been the backbone of civilisation, providing us with materials for clothes, warmth and shelter, and of course food to survive.

York Maze | York

Elvington lane
York
North Yorkshire
YO19 5LT

01904 607341

York Maze | York

York maze is an award winning, seasonal  attraction that will give your whole family an “a-mazing” day out. You will have an action packed, fun filled day in the country, exploring your way round our giant maze and enjoying over 20 exciting rides, shows and attractions. We have some great food and drink for you to enjoy, and our award winning staff will be looking forward to making your day truly memorable.

York Maze | York

York Maze | York

Elvington lane
York
North Yorkshire
YO19 5LT

01904 607341

York maze is an award winning, seasonal  attraction that will give your whole family an “a-mazing” day out. You will have an action packed, fun filled day in the country, exploring your way round our giant maze and enjoying over 20 exciting rides, shows and attractions. We have some great food and drink for you to enjoy, and our award winning staff will be looking forward to making your day truly memorable.

Burnby Hall | Pocklington

The Balk
Pocklington
York
YO42 2QF

01759 307125

Burnby Hall | Pocklington

Burnby Hall Gardens are situated in the charming market town of Pocklington, on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds. The wonderful Gardens are often claimed to be "a jewel in Yorkshire’s Crown” and have been awarded Gold in the prestigious Yorkshire in Bloom competition for the last three years. The Gardens are frequently referred to as "a haven of beauty and tranquillity” and were the inspiration of Major Percy Marlborough Stewart.

Burnby Hall | Pocklington

Burnby Hall | Pocklington

The Balk
Pocklington
York
YO42 2QF

01759 307125

Burnby Hall Gardens are situated in the charming market town of Pocklington, on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds. The wonderful Gardens are often claimed to be "a jewel in Yorkshire’s Crown” and have been awarded Gold in the prestigious Yorkshire in Bloom competition for the last three years. The Gardens are frequently referred to as "a haven of beauty and tranquillity” and were the inspiration of Major Percy Marlborough Stewart.

Burton Agnes Hall | Burton Agnes

Burton Agnes
Driffield
East Yorkshire
YO25 4NB

01262 490324

Burton Agnes Hall | Burton Agnes

Burton Agnes Hall is a house of immense charm and character. It has many unusual features and is fortunate in suffering so little from alterations or additions in its history. The family stress that it is a 'lived-in' home and this welcome quality is perhaps its most appealing asset.  Since the Norman Manor House was built by Roger de Stuteville in 1173 the property has never changed hands by sale, though it has passed from family to family on occasions when the male line has ended.

Burton Agnes Hall | Burton Agnes

Burton Agnes Hall | Burton Agnes

Burton Agnes
Driffield
East Yorkshire
YO25 4NB

01262 490324

Burton Agnes Hall is a house of immense charm and character. It has many unusual features and is fortunate in suffering so little from alterations or additions in its history. The family stress that it is a 'lived-in' home and this welcome quality is perhaps its most appealing asset.  Since the Norman Manor House was built by Roger de Stuteville in 1173 the property has never changed hands by sale, though it has passed from family to family on occasions when the male line has ended.

Park Rose Birds of Prey | Bridlington

Covert Lane
Carnaby
Bridlington
East Yorkshire
YO15 3QF

01262 673653

Park Rose Birds of Prey | Bridlington

Park Rose Bird of Prey & Animal Park is a family run business located near Bridlington, East Yorkshire. We rescue many birds of prey and animals every year. At the centre we offer the ultimate bird of prey and animal experience. In our wonderful woodland setting we offer the chance for adults and children of all ages, to experience being close to nature and have with the birds and other animals.

Park Rose Birds of Prey | Bridlington

Park Rose Birds of Prey | Bridlington

Covert Lane
Carnaby
Bridlington
East Yorkshire
YO15 3QF

01262 673653

Park Rose Bird of Prey & Animal Park is a family run business located near Bridlington, East Yorkshire. We rescue many birds of prey and animals every year. At the centre we offer the ultimate bird of prey and animal experience. In our wonderful woodland setting we offer the chance for adults and children of all ages, to experience being close to nature and have with the birds and other animals.

Bonderville Model Village | Bridlington

Main Street
Sewerby
Bridlington
East Yorkshire
YO16 1ER

01262 401736

Bonderville Model Village | Bridlington

Bondville Miniature Village is a masterpiece, surely the finest model village in the country, renowned for its incredible attention to detail. There are over 1000 handmade and painted character figures, over 200 individual and unique buildings, and carefully crafted scenes of everyday life, all set in a beautifully landscaped 1 acre site.

Bonderville Model Village | Bridlington

Bonderville Model Village | Bridlington

Main Street
Sewerby
Bridlington
East Yorkshire
YO16 1ER

01262 401736

Bondville Miniature Village is a masterpiece, surely the finest model village in the country, renowned for its incredible attention to detail. There are over 1000 handmade and painted character figures, over 200 individual and unique buildings, and carefully crafted scenes of everyday life, all set in a beautifully landscaped 1 acre site.

Sewerby Hall & Gardens | Sewerby

Church Lane
Sewerby
Bridlington
East Yorkshire
YO15 1EA

01262 673769

Sewerby Hall & Gardens | Sewerby

Sewerby Hall is situated 2 miles north of the seaside resort of Bridlington, on the East Yorkshire coast. The grade I listed country house is set in 50 acres of landscaped gardens in a cliff top location on the outskirts of Sewerby village. The house was built 1714-1720 by John Greame. Bow wings and a portico were added in 1808-1811. Later additions include an Orangery and dining room.

Sewerby Hall & Gardens | Sewerby

Sewerby Hall & Gardens | Sewerby

Church Lane
Sewerby
Bridlington
East Yorkshire
YO15 1EA

01262 673769

Sewerby Hall is situated 2 miles north of the seaside resort of Bridlington, on the East Yorkshire coast. The grade I listed country house is set in 50 acres of landscaped gardens in a cliff top location on the outskirts of Sewerby village. The house was built 1714-1720 by John Greame. Bow wings and a portico were added in 1808-1811. Later additions include an Orangery and dining room.

Danes Dyke | Sewerby

Danes Dyke
Flamborough
East Yorkshire
YO15 1AA

01262 850430

Danes Dyke | Sewerby

Danes Dyke was declared a Local Nature Reserve in 2002 in recognition of its wildlife value and its importance to the local community. Local Nature Reserves aim to protect places of special interest and provide opportunities for research, education and informal enjoyment. The reserve is part of one of the finest stretches of coastland on the east coast. This unique sea and cliff environment is protected as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and its seabird colonies mark it as a Special Protection Area.

Danes Dyke | Sewerby

Danes Dyke | Sewerby

Danes Dyke
Flamborough
East Yorkshire
YO15 1AA

01262 850430

Danes Dyke was declared a Local Nature Reserve in 2002 in recognition of its wildlife value and its importance to the local community. Local Nature Reserves aim to protect places of special interest and provide opportunities for research, education and informal enjoyment. The reserve is part of one of the finest stretches of coastland on the east coast. This unique sea and cliff environment is protected as a Site of Special Scientific Interest and its seabird colonies mark it as a Special Protection Area.

Flamborough Lighthouse

Bridlington
East Yorkshire
YO15 1AP

01262 673769

Flamborough Lighthouse

A lighthouse was first built on the Flamborough Headland in 1669 but was never lit. The current lighthouse was built in 1806 and acts as a waypoint for deep sea vessels and coastal traffic as well as marking the Flamborough Headland for vessels heading for the ports of Scarborough and Bridlington. The two lighthouses can be found at Flamborough Head. The old 'lighthouse' is set a short distance back from the sea, the 'new' one is built on the cliff edge.

Flamborough Lighthouse

Flamborough Lighthouse

Bridlington
East Yorkshire
YO15 1AP

01262 673769

A lighthouse was first built on the Flamborough Headland in 1669 but was never lit. The current lighthouse was built in 1806 and acts as a waypoint for deep sea vessels and coastal traffic as well as marking the Flamborough Headland for vessels heading for the ports of Scarborough and Bridlington. The two lighthouses can be found at Flamborough Head. The old 'lighthouse' is set a short distance back from the sea, the 'new' one is built on the cliff edge.