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#1 of 6 things to do in Goathland
we arrived early for the train and I'm glad we did- we explored the station, talked to the volunteers, a very enjoyable visit, a spotless station and a steam train to be proud of- thanks folks
Nice station stop on North Yorkshire moors railway , pleasant staff , nice little cafe , ideal for Harry Potter fans as well as heartbeat fans , used in the filming , you can get a platform ticket stamped Aidensfi...
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#2 of 6 things to do in Goathland
To be honest you would think you were in a different country it's so magical, yes it's a climb over rocks but well worth the effort, truly a beautiful setting but make sure you are wearing the proper shoes or boot...
You have to clamber over few rocks to get right next to the spout, but take your time and its worth it, took my 4 year old with us he managed it well Such an amazing place to visit, the walk all the way to Grosmon...

Museum of Victorian Science

Whitby, UK 4.1 mi away
#1 of 40 things to do in Whitby
A fantastic and very unusual way to spend a lovely couple of hours, in the company of the charming Tony and Pat Swift, going back in time and enjoying true Yorkshire hospitality in a great country setting.
As Tony's two-hour demonstration unfolds (with a break in the middle for delicious tea and cake provided by Tony's charming wife, Pat), it is clear that the layout of the lab is very purposeful and organised to an...

Sandsend Beach

Sandsend, UK 7.2 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Sandsend
this is a lovely beach great for children , great cafe good value very nice scones and sandwiches the crab ones are great ,plenty cakes to choose from .The is also a great little gift shop just across the bridge c...
... and relax or walk for miles and enjoy the sea view or the cliffs, its a match for anywhere in the UK for sure and better than some ive seen in foreign places, worth a visit with the kids, with a picnic hamper.

199 Steps

Whitby, UK 7.2 mi away
#4 of 40 things to do in Whitby
... steps uphill is too much of a hike after a day of exploring, take the hop on- hop off touring bus through town, be entertained by Whitby history along the way and get off at the upper most stop at Whitby Abbey.
Connecting cafes and local shops on the cobblestones up to the cliffs and brilliant Whitby Brewery and Abbey, the 199 steps are easy to walk up with tons of great views all of the way up and down.

Whitby Harbour

Whitby, UK 7.2 mi away
#7 of 40 things to do in Whitby
a busy town on a sunny day,we love Whitby its has lots of little streets to explore with shops and amusement arcades and places to eat,the views every angle are lovely and great view of the harbour walking and on...
Get the steam train from Whitby to Pickering market town , a great day out and stop off at goathland where heartbeat was filmed on way home , park at the park and ride on outskirts of Whitby a must .
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Robin Hoods Bay Beach

Robin Hoods Bay 7.7 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Robin Hoods Bay
What a beautiful little village and beach Lovely coastline and you can see for miles Quaint shops and cafes Quite hilly but worth it Parking is in a car park at the top it is pay and display
Great sandy beach walking at low tide around morning/lunch - you might be lucky to find amongst the stones the small Jet stones - semi precious black stones formed millions years ago from fossilised monkey puzzle...
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RNLI Lifeboat museum

Whitby, UK 7.4 mi away
#5 of 40 things to do in Whitby
this is a very informative small museum packed with hundreds of photographs and memorabilia, covering hundreds of years history, the little shop has some lovely souvenirs, well worth a visit, it's free to enter bu...
As you walk around the building, you view artifacts and read stories which add that sense of awe to the sheer dedication and danger undertaken by the RNLI volunteers.
#8 of 40 things to do in Whitby
... what an amazing place The waterfall is enchanting and worth a visit once in your lifetime It's pretty difficult to get to ground level ... easy to drive to from above and great cafe / restaurant A little gem
Utterly beautiful hidden gem , beautiful woodland walks picturesque waterfall and streams , and a lovely tea room with outstandingly tasty cakes and nice simple but delicious menu.

Whitby Beach

Whitby, UK 7.3 mi away
#9 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Enjoyed a wonderful couple of days in this historic seaside town with lots to see and do with commercial and quaint parts for all ages and abilities and great beaches for safe picnics, bathing and swimming.
Love Whitby - seeped in history - friendly - warm and welcoming - must see things include the park - the pier - the abbey and the whale bones - each offering spectacular views - Worth battling the elements on cold...

Whitby Lighthouse

Whitby, UK 7.6 mi away
#12 of 40 things to do in Whitby
... slippery when wet so be careful please worth visiting i love coming here the people can be great and on lovely sunny days the scenery are beautiful nice to come to the light house in the spring summer Autumn.
We saw the lighthouse which was £1.50 to climb to the top we were told there were 81 steps so we decided to go to the top the 360 degree view from top is fab so well worth the climb!
#10 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Fantastic little cottage ,typical fisherman's abode nestled in this beautiful little seaside cove,small compact but really lovely ,can't fault this place .....great pubs great walks great scenery and great people...
In addition to this is good parking(above the village - you need to walk down and back to your car, on a steep slope but with rest seats, cafe's and bars in which to rest), an excellent National Trust lifeguard mu...

Grosmont Railway Station

Grosmont 2.5 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Grosmont
Beautiful quaint village train station that is the starting point for the North Yorkshire Moors railway which offers various journeys on steam trains including our Moorlander Pullman one.
Friendly staff and shop and tea room on station and nearby.A look behind the scenes in the sheds was just great, brought back happy memories of Lostock Hall sheds where my father worked and of course a Lostock Hal...

Pannett Park

Whitby, UK 6.9 mi away
#11 of 40 things to do in Whitby
... stunning with spectacular views of the Town, Harbour and Abbey Gardens are beautfully presented and very well maintained Theres a lovely large play area for the Children to play A must on youre visit to Whitby
Excellent all round family park fantastic small children’s playground wonderful grounds clean toilets and a small museum as well great place for a picnic

St Mary's Church

Whitby, UK 7.5 mi away
#6 of 40 things to do in Whitby
- all real stuff - real history - real lives - wonderful architecture, beautiful scenery, beaches, pubs, bars and restaurants beyond number, hidden marvels - visit Pannett Park museum, St Mary's Church - and so on...
On our open air bus trip around whitby it took us up to Whitby Abbey and to this magnificent old Church , it was so wonderful to see inside , full of history sand beautiful craftsmanship, all the prayer booths and...

Ruswarp Pleasure Boats

Ruswarp, UK 5.9 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Ruswarp
Wonderful hour or two, perhaps with a picnic., Though probably a little more expensive than I remember :-)
Our 8 and 10 year olds coped well in the canoes for two hours paddling all the way to Sleights.

The Hole of Horcum

North York Moors National Park, UK 4.9 mi away
#19 of 31 things to do in North York Moors National Park
The walk is fantastic, quite easy going and the views are fantastic.
... - there’s a cafe-van there serving drinks and butties - note, you have to pay to park your car and walk across the road to enjoy the view but it doesn’t seem to be monitored and you’re in the middle of nowhere!
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