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#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

Breezy Knees Gardens

York 14.9 mi away
#4 of 231 things to do in York
... conifer garden, a shade garden, a rose garden, a shrubbery, an orchard walk (lots of different types of crab apple trees), a large water feature, a rose garden, a rockery and now an arboretum with a little lake.
There's so much to see and enjoy - the the Paeony and Day Lily Garden, the Cottage Garden, the Double Border, the Rose Garden, the Arboretum, the Pond and Shade Garden, the May, June and September Gardens and even...

Bilsdale Riding Centre

Hawnby 8.5 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Hawnby
The North Yorkshire Moors provided the perfect backdrop for the experience with stunning scenery, views of local landmarks and weather to match (although the latter can’t always be guaranteed so make sure you come...
I've been coming regularly for over a year for a two hour hack at the weekend - beautiful scenery, rides mainly on bridle paths/on the moors, terrific well kept horses and friendly and knowledgeable staff.
#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 peregrine falcon and the golden eagle were something else! Please go! Thanks in particular to Andy & George who were so knowledgeable and entertaining & obviously passionate and caring about the birds.
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York Cold War Bunker

York 15.2 mi away
#11 of 231 things to do in York
A very interesting visit to see what went on inside one of these "Cold War Bunkers", a great tour round most of the rooms with an informative video, the guy that took our group was very knowledgeable and was happy...
Over the course of an hour, our excellent tour guide Kate gave us a fascinating tour of this Cold War bunker, the work of the ROC, the reasons the bunker was there, it’s history and the various rooms.
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Holy Trinity Church

York 15.3 mi away
#12 of 231 things to do in York
Really enjoyed our visit to Holy Trinity Church amazing box pews, double tier pulpit and excellent informative guide visiting this church is a must on your next trip to York
A beautiful stone church, foundations from the 12th century but mostly constructed in the 15th century, walking in and its stunning, creaky ,uneven floors,lovely alcoves,a fantastic alter and many interesting feat...
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Ryedale Folk Museum

Hutton le Hole 14.8 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...
Buildings have been donated over the years to create this unique museum, we liked the iron age round house, selection of thatched cottages, vintage shops filled with items and a wonderful display of the owners ant...

Yorkshire Outdoors

Felixkirk 6.8 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Felixkirk
Gordon our instructor for the 4x4 was a fountain of knowledge on all things Land Rover and we had great fun tackling their brill off road course.
The off-roading was great fun with Gordon ensuring everyone had a go and those who were nervous had that extra assistance!

Rievaulx Abbey

Helmsley 7.3 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Helmsley
Vast arches take your gaze over their roofless vaults, you retrace ancient uneven stone steps worn by crowds of feet across centuries as generations of monks hurried to their prayers, chants, illuminated manuscrip...
The site and the ruins are amazing, but what makes this place come alive is the excellent audio guide, with its mix of folksy narratives by a mythical monk from the early 16th century and explanations from experts.
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Ampleforth Abbey

Ampleforth 5.5 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Ampleforth
... 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
A lovely visitor centre with gifts at very reasonable prices and the tearoom served delicious food and something a little bit different.

Brew York

York 15.6 mi away
#6 of 231 things to do in York
A firm favourite is the Galaga citra and mosaic hopped American pale in a super cool retro designed can! Been over winter and tried the seasonal drinks, Viking, I think which was a very ruch bodied porter.
Really interesting and informative tour, a great guide who was so knowledgeable and passionate about his industry.
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Runswick Bay

Runswick 15.0 mi away
#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 .
A great setting however, the road to the beach and lower bay cottages is rather steep if you are parking at the top and fancy a walk down remember you have to walk back too !.There is a public car park near the bo...

Byland Abbey

Coxwold 3.0 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.
This isa free English Heritage site and is well worth a visit despite being less well known than other abbeys in the area.

Rowntree Park

York 16.2 mi away
#22 of 231 things to do in York
this green space by the river is just 2 minutes stroll from the town centre then 2 minutes more to country river side walks , walk your dogs , tire your children in the play parks, feed the ducks/ geese.
Lovely walk with the family.
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Markenfield Hall

Ripon 14.7 mi away
#9 of 27 things to do in Ripon
... is open to the public, and warmly recommend visiting: it's a delightful moated manor house, with a long history, a lovely library, a black cat, two black swans, and lots of friendly and informative volunteers.
Grantley family in residence since 1761, lots of history.

Barley Hall

York 11.5 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.
As is expected, there are quite a few stairs to navigate in this building to see all of it but you can only walk around and admire the craftsmanship and architecture of this most interesting building.
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Workhouse Museum

Ripon 12.9 mi away
#5 of 27 things to do in Ripon
For many the shadow of the workhouse was one that loomed overhead for most, or all of their lives, this museum gives us a glimpse in the fear that the Workhouse presented, with the use of displays and replica item...
Bringing history to life helps tourism and this museum certainly is up there in providing families with something different to see and to understand how tough things could be in Victorian times.

Goddards House and Garden

York 16.4 mi away
#20 of 231 things to do in York
A lot of Terry chocolate memories here in the various rooms, so close to the centre but a peaceful getaway too!!! Well worth a visit and the lunch was very enjoyable with variety.
This is a lovely-looking house and if you are lucky enough to visit on a bright sunny day - as we did - then the beautifully-kept gardens are a delight (the lavender was in full bloom when we visited).
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Yorkshire Lavender

York 9.6 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...
There are grassland meadows, with a variety of different ornamental prairie grasses to see,a lavender maze, a hillside snakes and ladders, a deer park with an unusual white form of fallow deer, a new "mirror" circ...

Helmsley Walled Garden

Helmsley 7.7 mi away
#5 of 14 things to do in Helmsley
We only had a short time in this wonderful walled garden, as we were on a coach trip, but loved the peace and serenity of it, (not to mention the added bonus of the historic castle overhead).
Lovely colourful borders, apple trees, small bird hide, herb garden, large vegetable garden, and many perennials are just some of the features in this sunny walled garden.
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Nunnington Hall

Nunnington 9.8 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Nunnington
What a lovely place this is from the interesting house with pretty items to the garden with its delightful nooks and cranny's to explore watching the resident peacocks and relaxing in a lovely atmosphere.
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


York 15.4 mi away
#25 of 231 things to do in York
... and entertaining guide talks about what we can learn from excavating human and animal bones followed by 20 'dig' in the dedicated 'excavation' areas covering Roman, Viking, Medieval and Victorian archaeology.
My daughter commented that ‘the digging was good because you got to dig in Victorian, Medieval, Viking and Roman sites, to look at bones and to sort and touch objects’, while my friend commended the Dig for its ‘h...
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Mount Grace Priory, House and Gardens

Northallerton 15.1 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Northallerton
Fabulous place to explore, the priory has a fascinating history, just how the monks lived, the historic house and the perfectly kept gardens.
Greeted by a super friendly and helpful staff member, she gave us a little information about the history of the site and layout etc. Mount Grace Priory is run by English Heritage but I believe owned by National Tr...

Newby Hall and Gardens

Ripon 11.6 mi away
#6 of 27 things to do in Ripon
... of its incredible great house with immense and important family history, delightful garden grounds and the ever available variety of other attractions on offer - such as the pleasure boats and miniature railway.
There are some really beautiful themed gardens - the rock garden is full of fantastic ferns; Sylvia's Garden is an evocative place; the Autumn Garden boasts wonderful Salvias; and the long double border is a feast...
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The York Army Museum

York 15.6 mi away
#15 of 231 things to do in York
This is in a perfect location - very close to one of the main tour bus stops as well as other attractions such as Clifford's Tower, the York Castle Museum, Fairfax House and other sites.
As an ex- nurse I found a letter from Florence Nightingale to a soldiers family after he died from injuries and as a Sherlock Holmes fan I found the role that Conan-Doyle played in obtaining helmets for soldiers i...
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Thirsk Museum

Thirsk 7.1 mi away
#6 of 17 things to do in Thirsk
What this museum lacks in size it makes up for in the terms of content The links that the town has to so many things - Lords cricket ground to mention a few is fantastic Well worth a visit and a donation to suppor...
Brilliant little museum run by enthusiastic volunteers, housed in the house where Thomas Lord of Lord's cricket ground fame was born.
#1 of 1 things to do in Beningbrough
Stunning setting amidst parkland and countryside beautiful gardens and walled garden all this week they have an apple festival with tastings of both apples and pears approximately 46 varieties and pressed apple ju...
The walled garden is lovely, children's play area upgraded, the Hall is a beautiful building and the grounds are delightful and peaceful.
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Fairfax House

York 15.6 mi away
#17 of 231 things to do in York
The shop sells some beautiful and delightful items for souvenirs, Its a must have for anymore visiting, there is a car park nearby and is a few minutes walk from the town centre and castle museum.
Add to this highly skilled and knowledgeable room guides, and a packed programme of educational and cultural events, and you have one of the brightest jewels in York’s crown.
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Cod Beck Reservoir

Osmotherley 14.9 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Osmotherley
There beautiful scenes in the way, like the lake, the bees, the flowers, the woods and the beautiful birds’ sounds, the dam at the other end of the reservoir, and many other things to enjoy.
Lovely place, very nice paths, lots of benches, lovely scenery and a decent little car park.

Rievaulx Terrace and Temples

Helmsley 6.9 mi away
#4 of 14 things to do in Helmsley
After visiting the abbey ruins drove to the terrace run by the national trust- pleasant walk with good views overlooking the abbey ruins before approaching the temple which has a good history and in excellent orde...
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.