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#2 of 4 things to do in Brough
... 360 hides, there are also a couple viewing screens so plenty of opportunities for viewing the birds that are on site, there isnt a visitor centre, but apart from that, this is a good site and well worth a visit.
Most days you will find the Wild Bird cafe at the entrance serving a fine bacon sarnie which you can take to the viewing platform and eat at one of the picnic tables.

Beverley Minster

Beverley 9.6 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Beverley
It is so well worth a visit to this fabulous church, this is where my eldest daughter married & my niece sang a stunning operatic piece from the heights of this amazing Church, the sound was truly wondrous, it is...
Brilliant to have a leisurely stroll around the interior of this huge architectural beauty and contemplate how people used to believe in gods, and come here to worship them.

Streetlife Museum of Transport

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.9 mi away
#1 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
An added bonus is that you can really make a day of Hull's museums since several are next door; Wilberforce House, Hull And East Riding Museum and the Arctic Corsair Trawler are cheek by jowl.
Nice find in the ‘museum quarter’ in Hull’s old town Interesting recreation of bygone times Enjoyable short visit with free entry as a bonus Good family attraction

Beverley Westwood

Beverley 9.3 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Beverley
... The Pasture Masters, its immediate proximity to the medieval core of Beverley allows excellent access from the Town for walkers, birdwatchers and people who enjoy a stroll in the countryside, without the hassle.
In addition there are always clubs using the Westwood, be it for model aircraft, drones or kite flying, and of course our famous Beverley Racecourse dissects the Westwood, Dog walkers are in abundance along with h...

St. Mary's Church Beverley

Beverley 9.6 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Beverley
There is a white rabbit (possibly the inspiration for Alice in Wonderland rabbit), a hidden church mouse, fascinating history, gorgeous architecture and art, friendly volunteers...it's a great place to spend an ho...
A beautiful oasis of calm and centuries of history in the middle of Beverley, with kknowledgeable, friendly volunteers always on hand, who really care about their visitors Well worth spending some time here

South Cave Falconry

South Cave 4.8 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in South Cave
Great surroundings - knowledgeable staff - beautiful birds, alpacas, goats, ducks,rabbits, guinea pigs,wallabies,chickens - The Hawk Walk was prebooked and absolutely excellent, fantastic walk through the woods hu...
Ann, Poppy and the team were so friendly, professional and knowledgable, we will certainly be visiting again - Thank you for a loved day out.

Hull's Old Town

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.9 mi away
#2 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
... history of Hull through prehistoric fossils to spectacular Roman mosaics to medieval times; a Transport Museum housing a collection of vintage cars and bicycles; finally the museum dedicated to Hull’s most fam...
The local vegatarian restaurant Hitchcocks is an experience on its own, well worth a visit, you could stumble across a little gem here and participate in a selection of home made veggie food goodies.

Hull Minster

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.7 mi away
#6 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
This exhibition is well worth a visit The Sistine Chapel in the Vatican in Rome is a truly wonderful place These amazing reproductions of the paintings allows us to look much closer at these amazing works I really...
A beautiful church but with it’s recent ‘makeover’ in 2017 for Hull’s City of Culture year, it is now outstanding and now has ‘Minster’ status with lovely, calming water features outside also lovely seating outsid...
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Hull & East Riding Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.9 mi away
#4 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
It traces the history of the east riding of Yorkshire from celts to romans, anglo Saxons and beyond, there are some spectacular roman mosaics and the earliest solid wood boat found in England, children will love i...
A journey through time working your way through various influences on the area over the centuries, wonderful exhibits and some hands on stuff for the kids, love the exhibits showing how people lived and worked and...

East Park

Kingston-upon-Hull 11.3 mi away
#3 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
This traditional park, set in beautiful grounds, an area to visit animals, a lake, boats, beautiful wildlife areas, park for the children, beautiful grounds, to take a picnic, a stroll around the park, dog walking...
Love east park its always a great day out..the open space to just take a picnic and ball to do little on a sunny day..the animal enclosure is just the icing on the cake..my grandson loved all the animals and even...

Hull Marina

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.5 mi away
#10 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Just a 5 minute walk brings you into the Old Town and museums quarter, where you can immerse yourself in the rich and colourful history and uniquely independent culture of this much derided northern city.
Attractively regenerated this area is well worth a visit with easy flat walking , boats to see, a glimpse of the Humber, lots of crafty shops, and cafes and restaurants.

Hull Maritime Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.6 mi away
#8 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
... with maritime etc and also WW2 , It also gives you alot of information on how fishing trawlers fish, an insight into the crew, famous expeditions, it has a huge polar bear too, and his ship's radar scope.
Hull maritime museum is well worth a visit, free entrance with lots to see the ncluding the window of poppies in remembrance to all the British who fell during world war 1. Inside a life stories of shipping, fishi...

The Humber Bridge

Kingston-upon-Hull 8.3 mi away
#9 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Lovely walk across the Bridge from Humber Bridge car park on North Bank to the Barton visitor centre, fabulous food in the cafe and return walk approx 5-miles in total and a lovely break from reality
on the first sunday of each month they hold an excellent farmers market with craft stalls and extremely naughty cakes, cookies, brownies in every flavour you can think of in the car park there....definitely worth...
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North Lincolnshire Museum

Scunthorpe, UK 10.5 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Scunthorpe
Some interesting activities for children, especially during the holiday time, a good little cafe and fascinating exhibits with a good local history section.
The presentation is really good, wandering through from the Neolithic to mediaeval with local finds illustrating the walk through time.

Wilberforce House Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.9 mi away
#11 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Visited this highly well presented and very thought provoking museum - well worth a visit with displays and explanations about what Wilberforce did and the lengths he had to go to do it.
This lovely house is situated in the Old Town of Hull and is, of course, the birth place of William Wilberforce and a must for everyone visiting the fascinating city.

Humber Car Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 10.1 mi away
#14 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
... and spent 90 minutes taking us around his collection of cars, a few Humber bikes and over a thousand models of trains and boats and planes (plus a few model cars) in cabinets along one wall of the warehouse.
The other bonus for me was the largest collection of Aifix planes I have seen which again was a trip down memory lane.

East Riding Treasure House

Beverley 9.5 mi away
#5 of 18 things to do in Beverley
We journeyed to this delightfully named museum, library, and art gallery to view the travelling National History museums wildlife photographer of the year exhibition.
Always worth a visit as the displays are always being updated.The museum shows the history of the area with activities for the children.

Ferens Art Gallery

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.5 mi away
#12 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
See the the sea of hull exhibition , great collections in a wonderful Victorian square with cute gift shop and nice cafe, plenty to do in the surrounding area and good collection of Dutch art
much wonderful art Especially the Spencer Tunick's Sea of Hull photographs which was commissioned by the gallery to mark Hull's 2017 UK City of Culture status.. defiantly going to visit again .

Hornsea Beach

Hornsea 10.2 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Hornsea
This is a spotless, beautiful beach great for families, dog walkers, less active people can park near the beach and there is also disabled parking.
The good thing for families is the fact you have restaurant at bottom of walk, fish shop and eatery, coastal type shop, paddling pool for children, the pub, then the Hall and Cafe, plus the memorial garden further...

Queen's Gardens

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.6 mi away
#16 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Beautiful gardens, but more than that, home to the Robinson Crusoe Plaque, lovely fountains, small Duck lakes and the Hull Tapestry these gardens are well worth a visit and in sight of Queen Victoria's Square so n...
This garden is an amazing place set right in the middle of the town great for picnics / concerts /relaxing and a nice cafe to sit and chill with a snack

Hull Truck Theatre

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.3 mi away
#7 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Oliver twist Amazing
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Howden Minster

Howden 12.2 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Howden
Stop for a coffee at teh Howden Kitchen - well worth a vist to see a piece of th elocal History.
Amazing photo opportunities, lovely coffee shops in the town.

Wacky Warehouse - Scunthorpe

Scunthorpe, UK 11.1 mi away
#4 of 15 things to do in Scunthorpe
Great birthday party for my little boy, Chris and Lauren were excellent hosts, lots of fun for the kids.
They provided one hour play, hot food, and amazing experience with animals such as a rabbit, snake and a guinea pig.

Waters' Edge Country Park & Visitor Centre

Barton-upon-Humber, UK 5.9 mi away
#2 of 11 things to do in Barton-upon-Humber
There are so many educational displays about the local area, a place for kids to play, great cafe (delicious soup), fantastic views of the Humber Bridge, a place to feed and watch ducks, a nice gift shop that sell...
This is a nice building with a shop/information desk at the entrance, a range of tourist information for all areas of the UK and then information about the wildlife in the area and the eco-friendly features of the...

Hull History Centre

Kingston-upon-Hull 9.7 mi away
#18 of 77 things to do in Kingston-upon-Hull
Amazing photo exhibition and well worth a visit!
Lovely building.

Normanby Hall Country Park

Normanby, UK 7.5 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Normanby
Fantastic grounds, plenty to keep my kids occupied (they love the park) excellent gift shop and may I say the most amazing tuna melt panini from the cafe..Excellent day out for all the family and well worth the an...
Lovely place, clean and loads to do! Playground, cafe, museum, woods, duck pond, trails, deer park, fishing pond, the hall, train and events held here throughout the year!

Humber Bridge Country Park

Hessle 4.8 mi away
#2 of 9 things to do in Hessle
Lots of other people - runners, cyclists and lots of dog walkers but everyone is really friendly.
Lovely walk down to the river and places to sit in the sunshine.

East Riding Theatre

Beverley 9.6 mi away
#6 of 18 things to do in Beverley
A little Gem

Thornton Abbey and Gatehouse

Ulceby, UK 11.5 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Ulceby
... lady who worked there called Susan gave us leaflet about signing up to English heritage so will do asap love to see all of these beautiful Landmarks xx well worth a visit if in that area lovely little gem xx
I have spent many a sunny day walking in the tranquillity pf this ruin, and its easy to imagine what it must have been like all those long years ago.

North Bar

Beverley 9.6 mi away
#7 of 18 things to do in Beverley
Well worth a visit dating back to 1409 there is a plaque on the left had side with all the details of when it was built and how much it cost