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#1 of 1 things to do in Hovingham
Cup of tea and slice of delicious cake in the tea room, then a wander around the pretty gardens.
We were greeted by the owner who was striding with his dog across the lawn and then waited for our tour in the tearoom.

Breezy Knees Gardens

York 11.7 mi away
#4 of 231 things to do in York
There are many types of borders, a cottage garden and a raised beds garden, but also a conifer garden, a shade garden, a rose garden, a shrubbery, an orchard walk (lots of different types of crab apple trees), a l...
These are one of the most beautiful gardens Ive been to, theres something different round every corner, and it is kept immaculate, would highly recommend to anyone, well worth a visit.

Beck Isle Museum

Pickering 9.6 mi away
#1 of 18 things to do in Pickering
The amount of historical content inside is fantastic and the various areas are brilliantly recreated as locations such as a traditional sweet shop, blacksmith's, pharmacy, barber's shop, etc. Lots of information t...
It is situated in a historic old house that was once the first agricultural college in England and has a surprising 27 display areas including a printer's workshop, grocer's shop, gentlemen's outfitters and chemist.

Beacon Alpacas

Husthwaite 8.6 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Husthwaite
It's obvious Jackie loves these lovely creatures and they love her, we had a lovely walk and Jackie gave encouragement to all (including the alpacas) another cuppa to finish or a nice touch an iced lolly choice, w...
It is a great experience and we would definitely recommend, great value for money and great fun :)! Thank you Jacki and all of the alpaca’s for having us x

York Bird of Prey Centre

Huby 10.0 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Huby
Thanks to Allen, Bob (and Assassin, one of the Harris Hawks) for the most fantastic afternoon - we learnt so much about all the magnificent birds, and enjoyed particularly the hawk walk where we flew Assassin arou...
Great day, great learning experience and great memories with some toilet humour too LOL... Oh the mum-in-law loved it especially the close encounter with Rosie & Scarlett (Two Red Deer)!
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Ampleforth Abbey

Ampleforth 4.7 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Ampleforth
We also visited the Abbeys Cafe, like the Abbey the service& quality of the food was exceptional, we samples the home made cream scones & they where exceptional & very reasonably priced, the coffee was lovely too.
... inspiring The staff at the visitors centre and shop went above and beyond in the time they spent with us The tea room was lovely and the food was good A restful spiritual experience Thank you to everyone we met
#1 of 14 things to do in Helmsley
An excellent variety of owls, falcons, eagles and vultures with knowledgeable staff who put the birds through their paces with regular flying displays that are amazing to watch.
NCBP is well worth a visit if you arrive the region There are various bird enclosures for owls eagles etc The demonstration given by 2 young members of staff was excellent they were very knowledgable The birds fle...
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Ryedale Folk Museum

Hutton le Hole 9.3 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Hutton le Hole
In the beautiful village of Hutton le Hole, an incredible museum of bygone artifacts collected by two enthusiasts and preserved for all to see, you walk around the village and enter some 20 or so buildings all aut...
Well worth a visit if you enjoy rural history ,Many interesting things to see including the Harrison collection but best if the weather is half decent as you need to walk outside between exhibits

St Peter's & St Paul's Church

Pickering 9.7 mi away
#2 of 18 things to do in Pickering
I love historic churches anyway and this is one of the best I've visited, the painted murals are stunning, well worth a visit.
The vicar gave the congregation the brief history of the church while we awaited the arrival of the bride, and it gave us chance to view the wall paintings that date back to the 1400s.
#1 of 17 things to do in Malton
out, the cafe is fantastic we had a gorgeous cream tea scones and thick Devon cream delicious highly recommend this gem off a place, and the gift shop is brilliant ad well all reasonabley price
What a experience Fantastic day out for all ages Excellent value for money Lots to see real smells and sounds From the war Reconstruction is scenes from the war Lots of information Even a war time menus in the caf...
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Rievaulx Abbey

Helmsley 8.1 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Helmsley
Love the setting of this abbey is so wonderful every time you see it take's your breath away.The audio tour is a great help in understanding the way of life in the abbey.The museum is worth a visit and the tearoom...
... was inhabited, and also the purpose of each different area.The ruins of the Abbey, which are quite extensive, are set in a tiny hamlet in wonderfully peaceful countryside and on first sight take your breath away.
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White Horse of Kilburn

Thirsk 10.1 mi away
#4 of 17 things to do in Thirsk
If you park at the small forestry commission car park directly at the foot of The White Horse after a short but steep climb up steps you can then follow the level path round to the vistor centre where there is inf...
Lovely walk up the side or walk along the ridge to view it from above and watch the gliders taking off and landing.
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Crypt of Lastingham Church

Lastingham 10.0 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Lastingham
... crypt was a moving place to visit, lit a candle for my late father which gave me a good feeling, buy some cards and make a donation as churches like this need every penny, well worth a visit if you are passing.
Lovely church in the lovely village of Lastingham with a very nice food pub the Blacksmiths Arms opposite the church.
#5 of 17 things to do in Thirsk
... anyone wanting to visit gods country AKA Yorkshire... the visitors centre was fab !! lovely walks, amazing views and then a lovely café at the end for you to sample a bite to eat....and you can hire bikes to....
Amazing place went for a lovely walk about 530 in the evening out to the cliffs was lovely and still a few folk about so it felt safe, second night we went to the other side past the glider center what a spectacul...
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Byland Abbey

Coxwold 7.6 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Coxwold
Well worth a visit, we walked from coxwold, it's a lovely walk and we were surprised at the size of Byland Abbey and there are lovely tea rooms just over the road.
Standing a beautiful setting and the Abbey Inn Tearoom nearby serves delicious locally sourced produce.

Yorkshire Lavender

York 3.0 mi away
#33 of 231 things to do in York
Fabulous setting beautiful fieldds pf lavender and flowers So peaceful you can hear the bees and see lots of butterflies Lavender maze kept kids and adults amused nice tea room very nice gift shop well worth a vis...
... or you can sit and just enjoy the view, there is a gift shop full of lavender products and also a tearoom where you can enjoy lavender scones lavender and blueberry conserve with lashings of whipped cream yummy!

Nunnington Hall

Nunnington 2.4 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Nunnington
Apart from the lovely grounds, and their peace and quiet, there's an excellent cafe with delicious scones and a charming young man served us in a shop that's packed with typically good quality National Trust produ...
Had a great day out with hubby at nunnington hall,the house was very beautiful with lots to see ,loved wandering around the grounds lovely Cafe and gift shop well worth a visit

GTS Adventure

Huby 10.2 mi away
#2 of 2 things to do in Huby
Firstly thanks to ebony and all the staff present 25th march....we had a great 3 hours which at 15 ahead was superb and we had great fun especially shooting the stag with arrows.
My son was bought a voucher for the archery and air rifle experience for Christmas.

Helmsley All Saints Church

Helmsley 6.2 mi away
#6 of 14 things to do in Helmsley
Lovely church inside and out; we went to a service Wed 9.30 the vicar is friendly and the staff helpful.
The churchyard is well kept and tranquil.

Cropton Brewery

Pickering 9.9 mi away
#4 of 18 things to do in Pickering
We were staying locally at Cropton cabins and looking for something to do on a day where the weather had let us down We were very pleased to book this - Bob the tour guide was an excellent host, very welcoming, kn...
... and adjoining New Inn Pub - Correct address is (The Great Yorkshire Brewery Main Street Cropton North Yorkshire YO18 8HH) Entertaining tour with knowledgeable Janet who pull your leg as well as pull you a pint.

Barley Hall

York 9.2 mi away
#34 of 231 things to do in York
Reconstruction with some original parts of a medieval house, fascinating to walk around, and there is usually an exhibition on as well, particularly interesting are the archaeological items on show.
We loved this place because you can sit in the chairs and touch the exhibits and really immerse yourself in medieval life.
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Pickering Castle

Pickering 9.8 mi away
#6 of 18 things to do in Pickering
Visited the castle for the wartime weekend were met by friendly staff and were treat to a mock battle put on by re enactors a first class attraction and well worth a visit
A lovely walk around a fairly compact site - the birdsong was tremendous and the whistles of the steam engines in the valley below were the only sounds we could hear.
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Helmsley Castle

Helmsley 6.1 mi away
#3 of 14 things to do in Helmsley
... and a great place for the kids to roam, climb, play games, dress up and have fun We thoroughly enjoyed our time here and the kids loved it ages ranging from 2 to 11 all had fun Absolutely well worth a visit
The little town of Helmsley is well worth a visit as it is quaint and has some lovely shops, The castle is walking distance from the centre of town although there is easy access to a car park.
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Rievaulx Terrace and Temples

Helmsley 7.8 mi away
#4 of 14 things to do in Helmsley
A lovely walk along the terrace first bit through woodland and then along the open terrace with fantastic view across to the abbey and the wonderful countryside.
... down onto the Abbey The Temple is quite a nice piece of architecture to look at, which makes it stand out well on a sunny day for a photo A walk through the wooded area is nicely shaded on a hot summers day

Helmsley Brewing Co

Helmsley 6.0 mi away
#7 of 14 things to do in Helmsley
I tried all four beers on tap and they were all lovely and, of course, so fresh since they’re brewed about 30 yards from the bar!
Well worth a visit if you like good beer, conversation and pleasant ambience.

Yorkshire Wolds Way

Yorkshire, UK 6.1 mi away
#630 of 2,024 things to do in Yorkshire
We came here with friends on Easter Sunday to enjoy the weather and the scenery.
The paths were soft underfoot, but not muddy, so we could enjoy the scenery.

Kirkham Priory

York 7.4 mi away
#49 of 231 things to do in York
... young children is a must (there are signs) but the area is a lovely place for a stroll and to take in the surrounding, the priory is run by English heritage and there is car parking, toilets and a little shop
Many interesting architectural features and well worth a visit!

Yorkshire Arboretum

Castle Howard 4.4 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Castle Howard
Perfect for nature lovers, dog walkers, photography enthusiasts and also for anyone suffering a hangover - it’s a perfect cure!
We had two of the best scones we have ever tasted- mine cheesy with a delectable onion marmalade, hers fruit, with ditto raspberry jam,and some fab coffee.
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Helmsley Walled Garden

Helmsley 6.1 mi away
#5 of 14 things to do in Helmsley
Lovely stroll around a huge (5 acre) walled garden with hubby and our dog who was made very welcome, plus tea and cake in the Vine House Cafe sat looking out toward the garden - such a wonderful place to visit.
If you Gift Aid your entrance fee, you get free entry for the rest of the year!! Great variety of specimens currently waking up make this garden particularly interesting.
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Duncombe Park

Helmsley 6.0 mi away
#8 of 14 things to do in Helmsley
... £1 to walk through the Parkland it was brilliant and worth the visit the house has so much to see of the history this is deferentially worth the trip Visitors,Tourists and Walkers plus Hikers a "ALL WILL ENJOY".
Lovely walk on a sunny autumn afternoon and at the top fantastic views of Helmsley