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#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.
Excellent place to visit, we bought a yearly pass and been to two owl nights .Excellent weekend, We travelled from Hartlepool for both the Saturday and Sunday display for the raptor fair.
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World War One Soldier Sculpture

Seaham, UK 31.3 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Seaham
Sculpture is very touching and just reminds you how lucky we are to have the lives we have thanks to these soldiers (and all those who still fight for us now) Impressive sculpture - well worth a visit.
This sculpture of World War One soldier is amazing, locally known as Tommy, he is well worth a visit, Seaham is a beautiful little town which visitors would enjoy..

Walworth Birds of Prey

Walworth, UK 35.7 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Walworth
What a great afternoon a big thank you to Tori and her husband made everyone so welcome I was absolutely terrified but the birds was breathtaking then tori got me I put the glove on and a Hawk flew landed on the g...
Both my partner, snowflake and the water bottle thoroughly enjoyed the walk through the nature trial flying Keith the Harris Hawk.

Rievaulx Abbey

Helmsley 23.9 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Helmsley
As new members to EH were visiting all over we give rievaulx Abby 10/10 its just a stunning place its a huge site and to walk the grounds as the monks once did it really is a special place and one we will vist aga...
The museum is a holds lots of interesting artifacts & the tv screen tells you the story of the abbey from beginning to end, the grounds are kept immaculate & has a picnic area with ample tables, but on a dry sunny...
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Go Ape Dalby

Thornton-Le-Dale 21.9 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Thornton-Le-Dale
My friend & I visited Go Ape for the Tree Top Adventure while on vacation, which was incredible fun! Lisa who gave us the safety briefing at the beginning explained clearly in a fun way to get us excited.
... today and it was so good I was nervous to start with but confidence grew whilst doing the challenge the zip wires were fab the staff were brilliant and so helpful well worth the money thoroughly enjoyable day

RSPB Bempton Cliffs

Bempton, UK 36.0 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Bempton
My husband and myself visited Bempton Cliffs, this is a real hidden gem and most fascinating and unspoilt views, as well as fantastic views of wildlife on the cliffs inluding puffins, ganets, shags and various oth...
Plenty of Puffins, Razor bills, and the magnificent gannets, well worth a visit and a gentle walking to the viewing platforms ...and lovely coastal paths, A great walk to North landing and bus back into Bridlington.

HMS Trincomalee

Hartlepool, UK 21.0 mi away
#1 of 23 things to do in Hartlepool
There is available an excellent written guide to HMS Trincomalee which I would recommend you buy on your visit as there are only guided tours of the ship during the winter, the rest of the time you board the ship...
Visited on the most recent bank holiday, this is a great attraction, the whole area around the ship is wonderfully preserved and the facsimile shops and the cannon demonstration were a lot of fun.
#1 of 17 things to do in Malton
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...
There are themed huts with different aspects of the war an other wars, fantastic home front exhibitions depicting what life was like during the war, both world wars an some further afield.
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Preston Park Museum & Grounds

Eaglescliffe, UK 23.4 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Eaglescliffe
Picnic tables and benches spread throughout the park Enjoyed a visit to Museum with ticket lasting for a whole year which is tremendous value and a lovely gift shop will prices starting very reasonably good choice...
... toddlers to teenagers; the paths all around the park and ponds for everyone; the river with spots for fishing, rowing boat rental and cruises; butterfly world and the museum with loads to interest even the kids!

The Scarborough Fair Collection

Scarborough 26.6 mi away
#1 of 63 things to do in Scarborough
The exhibits were spotless and it was great fun to be able to ride on some of the rides (ghost train, thriller, merry-go-round and cake walk), play in the arcade with ole pennies and see the organs in full swing.
... we went on the big carousel the little carousel the ghost train the car merry go round and the cake walk it's definitely well worth a visit only downside the penny arcade a few of the games swallow your penny ...

Roseberry Topping

Middlesbrough 14.3 mi away
#1 of 46 things to do in Middlesbrough
Beautiful views, fantastic countryside, excellent walk routes for families ,dogs and real pubs with good food, Kings head pud at the foot of rose berry is just fab, great Ayton for an ice cream or even fish and ch...
... climb, the walk to Roseberry Topping is also magnificent and is extremely well cared for by the National Trust, lots of walks leading over the moors, it is just breath taking a place that everyone should visit...

RSPB Saltholme

Middlesbrough 19.1 mi away
#3 of 46 things to do in Middlesbrough
RSPB Saltholme is a wonderful place for all ages to enjoy walks around the huge lakes, a brilliant wetland area for watching the water fowl and good paths for getting around the extensive site with other walks whi...
Staff/ volunteers are excellent Cafe great for me as a vegan Great paths.. and a signposted ‘off-road ‘ one I loved it .. I’m sure you will do too ..

Filey Beach

Filey 29.4 mi away
#2 of 22 things to do in Filey
... on Filey bay beach is great for long walks, dog friendly and beautiful views of the cliffs in one direction and cobble landing with a few fishing boats and walk out onto Filey Briggs and explore the rock pools.
Lovely beach really loved the bistro food was amazing staff were fantastic very reasonable priced fish and chips on the sea front was a great hit with everyone we went winkle picking on the beach which we all enjoyed

York Bird of Prey Centre

Huby 35.5 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...
The birds all had amazing personalities and all the handlers, who are volunteers, nurtured the majority of these birds from chicks and have built such a trust relationship with these birds, it's simply amazing!
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Playdale Farm Park

Cayton 26.7 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in Cayton
Recently visited, lovely farm with plenty to do! There’s 2 good play frames dotted around the farm, go karts, frisbee game, sand pits, play houses and tractors, soft play, and all the animals too with handling ses...
Brilliant day out for all the family loads to do plus friendly staff There is an indoor play area and lots of animal to see and some you can hold There is a cafe on site but you are welcome to take your own food

North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Pickering 19.9 mi away
#3 of 18 things to do in Pickering
Superb day out on this nostalgic train journey across the north York moors to Whitby We arrived early for the 9-25 train (steam) called in at the Pickering station tea room come cafe for a cuppa and some toast..ot...
... on tv and managed to book the last pair of seats for Pullman Afternoon Tea THIS YEAR! NYMR is a collection of steam and I think diesel locos too, with restored luxury carriages and entirely run by volunteers.
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Grosmont Railway Station

Grosmont 6.9 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...
#1 of 1 things to do in Runswick
... very often, have lunch in either the royal hotel or the runswick bay hotel.Both places do great good.The beach is Fab, great for walks or for children to play on, lovely little cafe too overlooking the beach .
Spent three days here just lazing around and did a short 3.5 mile walk as part of the Cleveland way to equally picture perfect fishing village of Staithes just up the coast.

Whitby Abbey

Whitby 6.1 mi away
#13 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Really is worth going to it is a nice old abbey to look around and you get excellent views across Whitby bay, it is defo worth the drive through to Whitby for both the abbey and Whitby itself, although car park is...
Whitby Abbey is a great visit if you are in the area on a good day the climb up to the Abbey is energetic but once at the top the views are magnificent worth the climb to get some great photos.
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#1 of 11 things to do in Redcar
Great place to visit lots of local maritime history and photography on display as well as the newly refurbished Zealand life boat the oldest in the world, this place is well worth a few hours of your time, I highl...
This was a fascinating little museum that houses the world’s oldest lifeboat as well as many photographs and exhibits connected with lifeboat history and local history.

Tees Transporter Bridge

Middlesbrough 19.3 mi away
#2 of 46 things to do in Middlesbrough
This Unique and Impressive Structure is well worth a visit and travelling on the carriage platform across the River Tees is a One-Off experience!! Apparently it is also the most Beautiful Structure of its type in...
The Transporter visitor experience was excellent - very informative, the Volunteers were great their enthusiasm for the Transporter shone through, alongside their humour and they made everyone welcome.

Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery

Hunmanby 30.8 mi away
#1 of 9 things to do in Hunmanby
Excellent informative tour of the distillery, with tasting , followed by afternoon tea in the Pot Still Cafe up stairs , both fabulous , lovely delicious food and lovely helpful staff
... tour which although the business is relatively new the tour guide was knowledgeable and personable it lasts an hour with some tastings at the end plus there’s a great cafe and clean toilets - give it a try!

Ropner Park

Stockton-on-Tees, UK 23.1 mi away
#2 of 27 things to do in Stockton-on-Tees
Fantastically restored Victoria park well maintained with cafe that does real home made food & cakes, band stand with live music, duck pond (you can buy feed from cafe 15p a bag) clean play area, tennis courts, Do...
A local park for everyone to enjoy, we always bring the kids as the park is big enough for lots of people, you get the opertunity to play in the park go to the duck pond or enjoy a stroll around the park I’d recom...

Saltburn Beach

Saltburn-by-the-Sea 9.3 mi away
#2 of 8 things to do in Saltburn-by-the-Sea
A Perfect stroll to a family afternoon out, clean and beautiful picturesque views on any seasoned day, dog friendly at one side family the other, and a great place for the little explorers when low tide in all the...
Great clean beach with great views of pier, cliffs, town and surrounding countryside, plus great fish and chips, pier and historical lift to the town

Stewart Park

Marton 17.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Marton
Fantastic park, very busy plenty to see for all ages, children’s play area, large lake with ducks and geese, lots of local history including Captain Cook and lots of events, a must to visit.
Great place for little ones,lovely walks lots of squirrels to feed as well as ducks geese and farm animals.Henry’s cafe is also reasonably priced and has inside and outside seating.Good sized play area for kids an...

Helmsley Castle

Helmsley 23.5 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
Very Interesting Helmsley Castle is a medieval castle in the market town of Helmsley, within the North York Moors National Park, North Yorkshire, Information boards were a bonus to get a feel for how the Castle lo...
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#2 of 23 things to do in Hartlepool
Very well restored ship, lots of lovely detail in the recreated shops in the port, friendly staff, finished off by a visit to a lovely little cafe on the paddle steamer docked by the free museum of Hartlepool link...
We really did have a fantastic day, the staff were extremely helpful and friendly especially with assisting us with buggys to explore all decks of the tall ship, the soft play area was perfect to let them have a c...

RNLI Lifeboat museum

Whitby 6.4 mi away
#5 of 40 things to do in Whitby
Fantastic little museum that tells the story of past heroes of the Whitby lifeboat crew, easy to take the RNLI for granted living in the UK but it is real people putting everything on the line that mean this sea-f...
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...

Scarborough Beach

Scarborough 22.6 mi away
#8 of 63 things to do in Scarborough
A day walking on the cliffs was certainly helped by glorious winter sunshine and we were rewarded with the most stupendous views....do it out of season and you can walk for miles without any crowds
Lovely clean beach, plenty of it, pretty views ,and if the weather turns bad, it has a great Sea Life center nearby, or you can hire one of the well equipped Beach Nuts, great for the children,and grandparents, al...

Long Sands Beach

Tynemouth, UK 43.0 mi away
#1 of 10 things to do in Tynemouth
Walking along the sea front refreshes the soul, keeps the kids occupied with spotting birds, animals, looking in rock pools, provides wonderful exercise and fresh air.
Excellent Beach for walking along and an excellent Cafe to stop for refreshments,Crusoes,where the have a good selection of Products.Beach is also a great venue for Surfers.