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#1 of 1 things to do in Allerthorpe
Brilliant place for family’s with smaller children, definitely recommend the aqua glide Good walk with the dogs, or just a stroll.
We have been here a few times, always had a good time, called in on Saturday lunch time it was extremely busy on the lake and in the gardens, great picnic area for families, we had lunch sat on the balcony over th...

National Railway Museum

York, UK 11.9 mi away
#1 of 231 things to do in York
All good things to say: excellent selection of trains and displays with nice signage, wonderful gift shops, delicious cafe, helpful friendly staff, clean restrooms, and kid friendly.
... the turntable in the Great Hall, explanations of how a steam engine works, as well as opportunities to see restoration projects in action, as well as large selection of railway memorabilia from the UK and beyond
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York Maze

York, UK 7.2 mi away
#5 of 231 things to do in York
My favourite thing (mum) was the House of even more Cornfusion!!! Fantastic!!! Children loved the giant corn snake slides and we all loved the tractor ride!! Really friendly and welcoming staff...Jonny on tractor...
Had a really wonderful day today the Mazes where fun and my children enjoyed the slides and rides really great fun for all ages The Crow ride was brilliant and very entertaining for all of us York Maze kept us goi...
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York, UK 11.2 mi away
#3 of 231 things to do in York
Take a stroll down this historic street in York amazing place to visit .York is full of history places to visit great educational place for kids to visit and see history come alive
A most enjoyable experience, like travelling back to Medieval times with a range of individual shops housed in buildings dating back to the 1400's The buildings are so picturesque and make the street worth visitin...
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Locked In Games York

York, UK 11.5 mi away
#231 of 231 things to do in York
Salma welcomed us and explained everything that we need to know, this lady was great and had us all buzzing with excitement and raring to go !! Everyone has something to offer and it's great for all ages, it's a "...
Went with a group of friends and we had great fun! Fab puzzles got the brains ticking and Salma was the perfect host.

The Original Viking Walk

York, UK 11.1 mi away
#231 of 231 things to do in York
He has a great sense of humour and stage presentation which makes the tour educational in a fun way.
Great delivery and a true passion for history & the city.

Burnby Hall Gardens and Museum

Pocklington 1.9 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Pocklington
... must be careful there are allot of them, the lake is massive and the gardens are fantastic a new Rock garden that's just great a small aviary which again the children love and a kids play area there is so much...
The gardens are lovely and at this time the large lake and the rock garden are undergoing refurbishment, that said, the place is tranquil and relaxing, the restaurant was first class and superb value for money, wi...

Yorkshire Air Museum

York, UK 6.2 mi away
#7 of 231 things to do in York
Great day out for the family, Excellent value for money and very educational, restaurant on site serving good food, highly recommended.
The Halifax was amazing and when you look at the number of aircraft used by the squadron during the are you will see the scrifice of all crew from so many nations that lost their lives in the conflict.
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The Bloody Tour of York

York, UK 11.3 mi away
#231 of 231 things to do in York
A well informed, fun & great value York tour which had the perfect balance of history, blood, death and humour delivered by a passionate, funny and welcoming historian.
Mad Alice was a delight and a highlight of our visit, with her sense of humour and blood gurgling stories of York she was great fun and entertaining, whilst also teaching us a thing or two, which is always nice.
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The Robert Fuller Gallery

Malton, UK 8.9 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Malton
Read more about the artist, who likes to spend weeks at a time watching animals in their habitat, in hides, so he can study them and take photos he can use when making art.
Wondering around watching pictures in real time of the gardens which are brimming with wonderful wildlife.

Mindlock Escape Rooms

York, UK 11.2 mi away
#231 of 231 things to do in York
Great fun for all the family, we had a family party of 6 - aging from 14 to 77 and we all had a great time - with the odd bit of help we did manage to escape !! Highly recommend it - Thanks Ryan for a fun morning!
Had a brilliant time, Aimee was very welcoming and explained everything clearly and enthusiastically, wearing wizard cloaks - a great touch.

Pocklington Canal

Melbourne 2.5 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Melbourne
Recent additions are a memorial to a WW2 crashed RAF Lancaster Bomber which run out of fuel in thick fog and hit a Farmhouse.
The canal is actually 9.5 miles long and will be restored to the village of Pocklington in time ,currently you can leave on a boat trip from Melbourne village.-The

The Balloon Tree

Gate Helmsley, UK 7.3 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Gate Helmsley
Clean and spacious and lovely shop area too with wide choice of purchases to suit all pockets and good value.
The farm shop sells cheeses, fresh fruit and veg and local meats and a variety of gins etc. as well as gift items.

Black Bull

Pocklington 2.0 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Pocklington
Fantastic family pub, recently changed management, all staff are very polite, the pub is very clean and has a lovely beer garden, we have been made to feel very welcome.
Food was excellent and David and his staff were friendly and helpful,nothing was too much trouble.
#89 of 231 things to do in York
Tents at the events bedecked with natural decor and nature, story telling with unique, magical stories, Lady Winter who sat regally in her sleigh quietly acknowledging the passing through of us humans, St Nick, an...
Finally a beautiful and tasteful Christmas event - Fantastic value it completely flattens the usual tacky and commercial events.