The Hole of Horcum -
famous feature on the A169 road to Whitby. Stunning
Famous fishing port, 2 Piers, the Abbey, Dracula and Whitby Jet
Historic Castle, 2 stunning Bays, famous seaside town
lovely, picturesque and has beautiful sandy beaches.
Robin Hoods Bay -
famous fishing village that has links to the famous story
of robin hood. The steep hill is a challenging walk but is very rewarding.
a fishing port which is commonly known as the Dinosaur Coast.
Runswick Bay -
also popular with fossil hunters. Filey is a lovely busy town
with a beautiful Promenade.
Eden Camp -
Near Malton, Prisoner of War Camp, fantastic day out looking at the history from World War 2
Duncombe Park, Helmsley -
is the family stately home of Lord and Lady Feversham. Helmsleys Walled Gardens are the beautiful gardens within the grounds of Duncombe Park which also overlooks Helmsley Castle.
Goathland ‘Heartbeat’ Country -
Come and visit the places made famous in the hit TV show. Also, visit the marvellous waterfall besides the Mallyon Spout Hotel
Ryedale Folk Museum, Hutton le Hole -
Open air museum showing Ryedale life and cultures old and new.
York, The capital city -
York Minster and the famous Cathedral in the city centre. The brilliant National Railway Museum is also a very popular day out.
Lovely village with St Marys Church having what is considered
to be the only crypt in England to have an apse (rounded end), the church was
built in 1078
Castle Howard -
Fabulous gardens, house and lake. The gardens with its
garden centre and tea rooms are especially popular.
Scampston Walled Garden (Malton) -
This garden has been designed and
opened to the public only in 2004. The results are stunning and modern.
Dalby Forest -
A walker and bikers paradise. With is superb visitors centre and
award winning bike trails. Walkers and bikers alike come from far and wide to
visit the Forest.
Flamingo Land -
(between Pickering and Malton), Famous theme park with a
Pickering, Historic Market town -
Beck Isle Museum is a great attraction with
artefacts dating back over 200 years. Pickering Castle was built by William
the Conqueror and attracts hundreds of visitors ever year
North Yorkshire Moors Railway -
travel through the stunning North Yorkshire
Moors on the fabulous steam trains. The service now runs to Whitby.
Thornton le Dale -
A beautiful village with a stunning stream running
alongside the thatched cottage. The church dates back to the 14th century and
the row of almshouses and the old school date back to the early 17th century.
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