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Top things to do in East Riding of Yorkshire

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Ranked #1 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Nature/ Wildlife Areas; Nature and Parks
Owner description: Mesmerising, breath-taking, amazing, awesome - just some of the words our visitors use when they talk about RSPB Bempton... more » Owner description: Mesmerising, breath-taking, amazing, awesome - just some of the words our visitors use when they talk about RSPB Bempton Cliffs.More than 200,000 seabirds - including gannets, puffins, kittiwakes and razorbills - nest on these cliffs, turning them into a seething mass of activity in spring and summer.And in autumn and winter, when the wind whips the sea into a cauldron of foam and spume, a clifftop walk is guaranteed to blow away the cobwebs.No wonder RSPB Bempton Cliffs has been described as one of the truly unmissable British wildlife spectacles. « less
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Beverley Minster (Beverley)
Ranked #2 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks

 Beverley Minster is a wonderful cathedral-sized church as worthy of a visit as the one in York. It was founded in 700 by St. John of Beverley who is interred at the centre of the... more »

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Streetlife Museum of Transport (Kingston-upon-Hull)
Ranked #3 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Museums

 This is a museum of all forms of transport sited in a purpose built building open in 1989. It contains horse drawn carriages, trains, cycles and all aspects of transport from the... more »

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Old Penny Memories (Bridlington)
Ranked #4 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Museums
Come and explore the colourful world of the penny arcade and discover the fascinating history of amusement machines.
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South Cave Falconry (South Cave)
Ranked #5 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Other zoos & aquariums; Zoos/Aquariums
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Ranked #6 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks

St.Mary's Beverley is a beautiful medieval church and should not be missed. It has a lovely organ and stained glass windows as well as paintings and carvings of animals. The size... more »

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Arctic Corsair (Kingston-upon-Hull)
Ranked #7 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Museums
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Bayle Museum (Bridlington)
Ranked #8 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Art Museums; Museums
Owner description: Admission £1 Monday to Friday 11am to 4pm with last admission at 3:30pm Closed for season end of september to Easter ( see... more » Owner description: Admission £1 Monday to Friday 11am to 4pm with last admission at 3:30pm Closed for season end of september to Easter ( see website for details. FREE on street parking NO DISABLED ACCESS. Entrance to the museum via 2 staircases. A Monastic Gatehouse housing a museum and collection of local artifacts. Description The word Bayle is derived from the French Baille meaning 'enclosure' or 'ward'. Recent archaeological surveys of the Bayle have concluded that a large proportion of the building dates to the late 12th Century. The initial use is thought to have been a gatehouse to a castle built by William le Gros after he took control of the Bridlington Priory in 1143. In the 14th Century the Bayle was the Gatehouse to the Bridlington Priory, a porter lived inside the Bayle and monitored the comings and goings of the Priory. An Almoner also lived in the Bayle and distributed food and ale to the poor of Bridlington. Since the dissolution of the Bridlington Priory the Bayle has been used for many different purposes including a Prison, Court, School, Garrison, Non-conformist meeting place, Town Hall and meeting room for the Lords Feoffees. Today the Bayle is a Grade I listed Building and scheduled Ancient Monument, which makes it of great interest historically and architecturally. « less
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East Park (Kingston-upon-Hull)
Ranked #9 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Nature and Parks
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Holy Trinity Church (Kingston-upon-Hull)
Ranked #10 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks

 Holy Trinity is the largest medieval church in the centre of the old city of Hull and dates back to 1300. It is recorded as the largest parish church in England.  Website... more »

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The Humber Bridge (Kingston-upon-Hull)
Ranked #11 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Bridges; Landmarks
Owner description: The bridge once held the world record as the longest single span suspension bridge. More than 100,000 vehicles use the bridge... more » Owner description: The bridge once held the world record as the longest single span suspension bridge. More than 100,000 vehicles use the bridge each week. « less
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Hull & East Riding Museum (Kingston-upon-Hull)
Ranked #12 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Museums
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Ranked #13 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Lighthouses; Landmarks
Owner description: A lighthouse was first built on the Flamborough Headland in 1669 but was never lit. The current lighthouse was built in 1806... more » Owner description: 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. Tours of Flamborough Lighthouse are organised by East Riding of Yorkshire Council under licence from the Corporation of Trinity House. « less
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Ranked #14 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Historic Sites; Gardens; Parks

Sewerby Hall is owned and managed by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. The grounds make a pleasant park for visitors and contain features for local residents and visitors... more »

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Beverley Westwood (Beverley)
Ranked #15 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Nature and Parks
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Ranked #16 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Zoos
Owner description: Our family owned award winning park has lots to offer for a fun filled family day out. We rescue all our animals and birds... more » Owner description: Our family owned award winning park has lots to offer for a fun filled family day out. We rescue all our animals and birds and they all love lots of attention. We offer daily displays, pig racing, small animal holding and lots more fun activities. So come and have fun with birds of prey. « less
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Ranked #17 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Churches/ Cathedrals; Landmarks
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Hornsea Museum (Hornsea)
Ranked #18 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Museums
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Hull's Old Town (Kingston-upon-Hull)
Ranked #19 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Burton Agnes Hall (Burton Agnes)
Ranked #20 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites; History Museums

  There are two Halls to visit at Burton Agnes: Burton Agnes Old Hall and Burton Agnes Hall. The Old Hall is an English Heritage site and is  also known as The Burton Agnes manor... more »

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Ranked #21 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Museums; Gardens
Owner description: Burnby Hall Gardens is a haven of beauty and tranquility nestled on the edge of the stunning Yorkshire Wolds.The Gardens are... more » Owner description: Burnby Hall Gardens is a haven of beauty and tranquility nestled on the edge of the stunning Yorkshire Wolds.The Gardens are spread over 8 acres and include 2 lakes which hold a National Collection of Hardy Water Liles and gigantic Koi Carp which can be handfed.It contains many ornamental gardens and formal bedding areas including a Victorian Garden, a Secret Garden, a Rockery and Stumpery.The Stewart Museum contains artefacts from all over the world brought back to Pocklington by Major Percy Stewart, a keen traveller and adventurer.On his death in 1962 the Major bequeathed the Gardens in trust for the benefit of the people of Pocklington.The Gardens also has a playarea for children, a tea room serving light meals and snacks and a beautiful book and gift shop.The Gardens (with the exception of the Rockery) is fully accessible to wheelchairs and prams and has received an award from Age Concern for its facilities for disabled people. « less
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Ranked #22 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Danes Dyke (Flamborough)
Ranked #23 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Ancient Ruins; Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Hull Maritime Museum (Kingston-upon-Hull)
Ranked #24 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Museums
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Ranked #25 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Museums
Owner description: UNDER NEW OWMERSHIPTake a leisurely stroll around Bondville Village and see its little inhabitants going about their daily... more » Owner description: UNDER NEW OWMERSHIPTake a leisurely stroll around Bondville Village and see its little inhabitants going about their daily lives.Watch Tomas the train pull its carriage around the track, crossing the river and passing the harbour, where fishing boats and cruisers and moored.Look out for the humourous and unexpected-you may miss something the first time around!We will also give you a quiz to do as you go around so you will have to look carefully to find the answers. We also have a cafe on site serving hot and cold food.Home made freshly baked cakes and scones,so fancy afternoon teas over looking Bondville Village.Open from the 1 April till 30 September 7 days a week.Free all day parking for paying customers.Separate cafe no admittance needed(2 hours free parking). Disabled access-Dogs on leads allowed.We look forward seeing all old and new customers. « less
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Ranked #26 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Historic Sites; Bar/ Clubs

 The White Horse Inn is known by locals as "Nellie's". It has been a coaching Inn from well before 1666, the earliers mention of it in local records. In 1927 the Francis Collinson... more »

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Ranked #27 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Farms; Landmarks
Owner description: Honeysuckle Farm is a family owned and operated open farm in the East Riding of Yorkshire. We are an open farm. Not a farm... more » Owner description: Honeysuckle Farm is a family owned and operated open farm in the East Riding of Yorkshire. We are an open farm. Not a farm park so if you visit us expect to see a real working farm with a commercial herd of cows, dairy cows and a flock of commercial sheep. We also have goats, fish ponds, play areas, horses, red squirrels, a café and many picnic areas. We have been open for public visits since 1992 and we offer a unique and quirky experience of what it is like to run a farm with all its fun, challenges and tribulations in the present economic climate. If you want anthropomorphised animals try a theme park. If you want the real deal then visit Honeysuckle Farm to feed animals, watch a milking display (the milk is processed into ice cream on the farm), have a horse and cart ride with one of our huge Shire horses and chat to the farmers. We keep prices very reasonable - compare us to other attractions - and believe that we offer good value for money - feel free to bring a picnic and you can stay on the farm from opening at 10am to closing at 5pm if you like. Give us a try. we look forward to seeing you. « less
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Ranked #28 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Other zoos & aquariums; Zoos/Aquariums
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Burton Constable (Sproatley)
Ranked #29 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Museums
Owner description: Burton Constable, the home of the Constable family for over 700 years, is one of the most fascinating country houses to... more » Owner description: Burton Constable, the home of the Constable family for over 700 years, is one of the most fascinating country houses to survive with its historic collections. This large Elizabethan mansion and its surrounding 350 acres of parkland is now a museum owned by the Burton Constable Foundation, a charity whose mission is to safeguard Burton Constable for future generations. « less
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Ranked #30 of 85 attractions in East Riding of Yorkshire
Category: Farms; Landmarks
Owner description: Wold Farm Caravan and Camping Site is a peaceful site located on our farm, hidden away on the edge of Flamborough near... more » Owner description: Wold Farm Caravan and Camping Site is a peaceful site located on our farm, hidden away on the edge of Flamborough near Bridlington, boasting breathtaking panoramic sea views. With views from your pitch towards Danes Dyke, Flamborough lighthouse and the coastline. We are the closest site for viewing the Puffins, directly at the end of our private path, 5 -6 minutes from your pitch. « less
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