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Visit the Bunker - RAF Holmpton

Holmpton 16.0 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Holmpton
Excellent visit to the bunker today well worth visiting a very interesting place John the guide is so full of knowledge and very passionate about his job thankyou John for a great day
A great bunker with some wonderful history and knowledgeable staff it truly is a chunk of history and I recommend it to anyone who loves military history It won’t disappoint at all.

Beverley Minster

Beverley 11.9 mi away
#1 of 7 Sights & Landmarks 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...
Fantastic venue with some great history, Beverley Minster is perfect to visit and reflect, view the stunning architecture or to look into the history of this great landmark.

St. Mary's Church Beverley

Beverley 12.3 mi away
#2 of 7 Sights & Landmarks 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 superb church well worth a visit.Can be hired for a wedding at a really reasonable price,would be a great venue.Like most churches relies on donations to survive.Do visit its lovely and make a small donation.

Bridlington Priory Church

Bridlington 15.0 mi away
#1 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Bridlington
Fascinating history of the foundation of the Priory illustrated in quilted appliqué Perfect for youngsters to understand the development and history of this fascinating building Dog friendly with integral shop sel...
wow this is a wonderful example of history at its best,such an attractive outstanding building a must see location.Inside you cannot believe the treasures and beauty.Also there is a small gift shop for you to brow...

Honeysuckle Farm

Hornsea 3.5 mi away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Hornsea
A lovely farm to go around, get to see lots of animals including Guernsey cows, loads of goats to feed which was great fun, loads of sheep to see, turkeys, chickens, and lovely geese, loads to walk around and see,...
Fabulous carp pond, Maze to loose your self in, ( if your little) Horse and cart ride Watch the milking of cows being demonstration Lovely pic Nic area All staff friendly and approachable

Hull's Old Town

Kingston-upon-Hull 12.2 mi away
#1 of 19 Sights & Landmarks 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...
Lovely cobbled streets.... Beautiful historic buildings Wonderful view of Humber with the bridge in the distance.... Great if you like shopping and for eats!!

Flamborough Lighthouse

Flamborough 16.1 mi away
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Flamborough
Beautiful scenery and it is worth going on the guided tour of Flamborough Lighthouse which is very interesting and informative there are amazing views towards, Filey.
we spend a good hour or so (and could have spent longer) exploring the area and were very impressed by the stunning scenery and fascinating wildlife we found, including unusual (to us) butterflies and seeing sever...
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Lissett
When you discover this memorial for the first time it really makes you fully appreciate the peacefulness and beauty of a former airfield during World War 2 and its sheer size, the wind turbines in the field each n...
Amazing place found by chance on a family trip from Devon, loved the visitors book to sign, and one of the nicest memorials I have seen

Hull Minster

Kingston-upon-Hull 12.4 mi away
#2 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Kingston-upon-Hull
Absolutely crammed with ancient carvings, memorials, graves and medieval stonework but as a working church it also combines modern day memorials - the colourfully knitted fishes, each with the name of a sunken tra...
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...
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Danes Dyke

Flamborough 16.1 mi away
#2 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Flamborough
We had a fab time at Danes dyke hunting for conkers and looking for squirrels well worth a visit also lovely walks and you can get on the beach to explore and look in the rock pools we will be back Also the little...
We had a great few hours exploring the beach and nature trail and luckily we got nice enough weather to have a little picnic on whilst sitting on the large rocks on the beach.

The Humber Bridge

Kingston-upon-Hull 12.3 mi away
#3 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Kingston-upon-Hull
... biking, a great place to spend an hour or all day,take a picnic, have an ice cream along the river edge, stroll along the foreshore, you can even have a refreshing drink and great food at the country park inn.
Great bridge and great sights from it well worth a trip over it!! went by car and theres a activity centre beside it-yummy cakes!
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Wilberforce House Museum

Kingston-upon-Hull 12.2 mi away
#4 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Kingston-upon-Hull
we thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the museum the exhibits are thought-provoking and there is also a wax figure of William Wilberforce inside that makes it more realistic the slaves section upstairs is also impres...
This is one of several wonderful museums in Hull, and definitely worth an hour or two--more if you are a history buff, or want to gain perspective on the American Civil War and its origins.

Burton Agnes Hall

Burton Agnes 14.0 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Burton Agnes
Artwork old and modern within a fabulous Elizabethan house plus gardens with woodland walks, giant games in the walled garden (chess, draughts, snakes & ladders etc), nice cafe and shops... a lot of thought has go...
... Gaugin, many impressionist and contemporary paintings and sculptures as well as old masterpieces, this mix gives a nicely balanced feel and the house in fact feels quite homely despite being a stately home.

The White Horse Inn

Beverley 12.2 mi away
#3 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Beverley
This pub is one of a kind the bar staff are wonderfull friendly and helpful the landlady and landlord Sue and Mark are welcoming friendly hospitable we ate here and the food was exceptional I would definitely reco...
Known locally as “Nellies” this is the best pub in Beverley it’s got so much character with a main bar area and number of small rooms with real fires well worth a visit if your in the area especially in the winter !

Sledmere House

Driffield 22.2 mi away
#2 of 24 Sights & Landmarks in Driffield
Walled garden unbelievable and visit to house amazing, lovely staff in house, the Shire horses and rest of farm animals, lovely very well looked after and loved, walk round deer park worth doing, allow a full day...
What an excellent evening of musical light and fire display and all the fun of the fair!! Amazing fireworks lit up a beautifully starry night sky!! well done Sledmere staff and supporters!

Bridlington Old Town

Bridlington 15.1 mi away
#4 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Bridlington
An excellent place to wander around with it's unique galleries and antique shops alongside the butchers, greengrocers and variety of shops you used to find on the high streets of most towns and villages.
Fantastic range of different shops and pubs a microbrewery a lovely priory and lots of information about the history and the buildings and of when the old town was used as a film set for the recent Dad’s Amy film.

Living Seas Centre

Flamborough 16.0 mi away
#3 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Flamborough
A bird watching area with attentive and knowledgable helpers was another great way to spend the time and the gift shop is full of informative guides and quality souvenirs rather than the shelves of cheap plastic g...
- the centre is run by a local Wildlife Trust charity and we left a donation in the boxes as I would happily have paid for this visit!

Thornton Abbey and Gatehouse

Ulceby, UK 17.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks 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
The lady in the ticket office was very friendly and helpful and English Heritage are to be congratulated on their excellent management of this historic and intriguing treasure.

Wilderspin National School

Barton-upon-Humber, UK 18.2 mi away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Barton-upon-Humber
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit and recommend the museum and the cafe very highly.
Plenty of parking, great for school visits or just a morning or afternoon with the children, well worth a visit.

The KC Stadium

Kingston-upon-Hull 13.6 mi away
#5 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Kingston-upon-Hull
fantastic stadium set in west park in hull just a short walk from the city centre and the home of hull city and hull fc !
The ground is set in west park, which has very good access from all areas of the park.

Time Trap Museum

Grimsby, UK 21.9 mi away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Grimsby
A very interesting & educational look at the history of a growing town, well worth a visit to see how Grimsby looked then and now, well presented displays link nicely together, plus you can have a look around the...
The Time Trap museum is inside the Town Hall in Grimsby and shows a fascinating look into the towns past you can see what it was like to be inside the old jail cells and it has exhibits of a theatre and old fashio...

North Bar

Beverley 12.3 mi away
#4 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Beverley
We live here it's fabulous with mixture of history and cosy welcoming bars and locals Ghost tours Quirky bars Seeped in history
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

Bridlington Harbour

Bridlington 14.1 mi away
#6 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Bridlington
Bridlington harbour is beautiful with so much character and history, the coming and goings of all the fishing boats , and of course it is one of the best shellfish harbours in Europe , love it down there
It is a brilliant example of a working harbour with the fishing fleet and pleasure craft, along with the Yorkshire Belle , Pirate Boat and Speed Boat plying their trade.

Wassand Hall

Seaton 3.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Seaton
Although i’ve Lived in the area for many years we stumbled upon this little gem of a house (and it’s beautiful walled garden and grounds) by accident when taking a boat trip on the nearby mere which is also owned...
... and spotted the duck and then visited the house - chatted to the owner and viewed this very well loved and cared for house, we had tea in the walled garden and then walked back to our car via the woodland walk.

Queen Victoria Square

Kingston-upon-Hull 12.5 mi away
#6 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Kingston-upon-Hull
Beautiful Central Square with dancing fountains the qween Victoria statue facing the majestic Hull City Hall on one side the Maritime museum opposite and the fantastic Ferens art gallery.
surrounded by the City Hall, The maritime museum, and Ferens art gallery, A display of small fountains in the square which is quite soothing.
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Graffitoe Farm

Hunmanby, UK 21.4 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Hunmanby
Toilets and showers were really good, best campsite ones i've used in a long time.
Just spent 2 nights at this lovely site in a shepherds hut.

The Fruit Market

Kingston-upon-Hull 12.6 mi away
#8 of 19 Sights & Landmarks in Kingston-upon-Hull
I went to fruit to see my favourite comedian Daniel sloss a fruit and it was very good and enjoyable evening and went back to see another show this December well worth a visit
Great place to wander round with quality syotes/bars/eats in a series of interlinked former fruit market warehouses.

Beverley Guildhall

Beverley 12.1 mi away
#5 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Beverley
Lots of history and plenty of information available in each room so there was more to see than we expected.
Stunning C18th courtroom and lots of history

The Church of Saint Martin

Burton Agnes 13.9 mi away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Burton Agnes
This is a beautiful church with fantastic carvings in wood and marble and lovely old enclosed pews.
After we walked around the stately home we went around the lovely family church and thourily enjoyed visiting the church

St Patrick's Church

Patrington 14.5 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Patrington
Enjoy the 14th century carvings of everything from sheep to people who must have been alive at the time the church was built who look as modern and fresh as contemporary villagers.
The church stands in its own grounds and is known as The Queen of Holderness, The tower is really tall and the walls have a Gothic feel and look.inside the church as well as outside.