The attraction of this part of Yorkshire lies not only in its beautiful countryside but also in its wealth of places to visit and range of recreational activities. Here are some places for your ‘where to go’ list:
Steeped in history, with its cobbled streets, and beautiful old buildings, York is a must see. With attractions such as the York Dungeon, York Railway Museum, Castle Museum, Jorvik Centre and York Minister, it is sure to be a day that won’t be forgotten. The Shambles are such an iconic feature of York, leading it to be well-known all over the country.
There are a number of abbeys, castles, stately homes, historic houses and museums to visit nearby, including:
There are 554 square miles of The North York Moors National Park to explore. Within an hour’s drive is the Yorkshire coast at Scarborough and to the south is the historic city of York. To the west are the Yorkshire Dales and further north lies Teesdale.
Easingwold Maize Maze is a hit with children and adults alike.
See & Feed Farm Animals at Monk Park Farm (near Sutton-under-Whitestonecliffe)