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York Minster

York Minster

One of the most iconic cathedrals in the country, York Minster is a stunning gothic masterpiece, famous for its beautiful stained glass. As well as exploring the centuries of history or attending a service you can climb the central tower, discover the undercroft or take part in some of the many family activities on offer.

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Peak District

Peak District

The Peak District offers breath-taking views and fantastic exploring opportunities like nowhere else in the UK.  There is something for everyone to do, from arranged hikes with experienced and knowledgeable rangers and family cycle hire, to jumping along the famous stepping stones and family-friendly activities, such as the Family Play Wild days. 

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Castle Howard

Castle Howard

As one of Britain’s finest historic houses, Howard House cleverly contrasts traditional architectural design with world renowned art hung on the walls. This 18th century house, owned by the Howard family, welcomes you to amble around the 1,000 acres of parkland, which incorporate rolling lawns, lakes, fountains, temples, woodland and a children's playground.

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Fountains Abbey

Fountains Abbey

Fountains Abbey, a World Heritage Site, located in Ripon in North Yorkshire, is one of the largest and best preserved ruined Cistercian monasteries in England. Visit the ruins of the original abbey and explore the miles of woodland footpaths and trails, or wander through the elegant water gardens, see yourself in the mirror-like ponds and admire the statues and follies.

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Rievaulx Abbey

Rievaulx Abbey

Once one of the most powerful Cistercian monasteries, the ruins of Rievaulx Abbey, situated in a tranquil valley of the North York Moors, is now open to visitors to explore. Steeped in history, everyone is bound to be fascinated by the unique architecture and design. Visit the museum to view previously unseen artefacts, including stone carvings, gold coins and chess pieces.

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North Yorkshire

North Yorkshire

From the rolling hills of the Yorkshire Dales and stunning Yorkshire coastline to the exquisite architecture of York and the beautiful countryside of Herriot Country, there really never is enough time to truly visit North Yorkshire. With streets and towns steeped in history and activities, North Yorkshire is not to be missed when exploring the UK. 

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Forbidden Corner

Forbidden Corner

A tourist attraction unlike any other, The Forbidden Corner is a labyrinth of tunnels, chambers, follies and surprises, in a four-acre garden in the heart of Tupgill Park. Dubbed as the strangest place in the world, The Forbidden Corner is a unique experience suitable for all the family and is sure to provide hours of entertainment and fun! 

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The York Dungeon

The York Dungeon

Full to the brim of historic characters, immersive sets and innovative special-effects, York Dungeon tells the dark stories from York’s past and is bound to have visitors laughing and screaming at the cutting-edge storytelling. This 75-minute terror journey will heighten your senses, with ingenious lighting, horrific smells and unique sounds. 

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The Camp Hill Estate

The Camp Hill Estate

For creative fun Camp Hill Estate is the place to visit. Nestled in the heart of North Yorkshire, the Camp Hill Estate is home to The Sausage & Beer Festival, Camp Hill Adventure Park, Camp Katur Glamping Village and The North Yorkshire County Show, among other things. So, whatever type of entertainment your family enjoys, this is the place to find it. 

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Railway Museum

Railway Museum

Step back in time and discover 300 years of history at the National Railway Museum in York, the largest in the UK. Marvel at iconic locomotives, watch ingenious engineers in the workshop, browse over a million historic objects that have helped to develop the railway and discover a collection of royal vehicles in Station Hall, this really is the perfect family day out. 

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Eureka!

Eureka!

Aimed at children under 12 years old, with more than 400 hands-on exhibits, this fantastic museum will inspire, engage and educate. Eureka has numerous sections, all offering different activities and experiences, from the ‘All About Me’ section with giant noses and skeletons to the child-sized town with shops and a fountain, this museum will be a hit with all children. 

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Corks and Cases

Corks and Cases

The perfect experience for gin lovers; distil your own unique personalised bottle of gin! Guided by the head distiller at the “Spirit of Masham” distillery, you will learn the history of this much-loved tipple, and discover the process of gin making. Then, inspired by some tasty samples it is time to create your own special blend.

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The Lower Ure Conservation Trust

The Lower Ure Conservation Trust

The Lower Ure Conservation Trust was established in 1997 to help conserve the biodiversity of species and their habitats. The trust is based at and runs Nosterfield Nature Reserve (more details below) and in recent years has become the first site in North Yorkshire where avocets have bred and provides optimum breeding habitats for the lapwing.

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Nosterfield Nature Reserve

Nosterfield Nature Reserve

Nosterfield Nature Reserve has 150 acres of wet grassland, open water and underlying magnesium limestone, it is also dubbed as North Yorkshire’s premier wetland grassland. Located just 6.5 miles from Ripon, there is plenty to see at the reserve such as watching wildlife up close in the purpose-built hides.

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Sutton Bank National Park Centre

Sutton Bank National Park Centre

Sutton Bank offers breath-taking views over the Vale of Mowbray and Vale of York. Either mosey along the paths or hire a bike for the journey and take in these dramatic views free of charge. Or why not visit after dark as Sutton Bank is an official Dark Sky Discovery Site making it the perfect place to see stars and other natural phenomena. 

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Ingleton Waterfalls

Ingleton Waterfalls

Nestled in deep in North Yorkshire in the village of Inglton, Ingleton Waterfalls Trail attracts visitors year-round. Discover the unique geological features and follow the 4.3 mile circular route close to the waterfalls and see the ancient base rocks as well as rare plants, birds and trees. It is advised to allow 2-4 hours for the walk. 

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Flamborough Head

Flamborough Head

Flamborough Head is potentially the most raw and natural part of the Yorkshire coastline, and is easy to distinguish with its stretch of white cliffs. Flamborough head is the perfect base for bird watching, hikes along windswept paths and sea canoeing around the bay, making it a living paradise for experienced outdoor pursuits enthusiasts.  

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The Freemasons Arms

The Freemasons Arms

The Freemasons Arms of Nosterfield, a traditional Yorkshire country pub offering a warm welcome to drinkers and diners and serving anything from real ales to fine wines and a good choice of high quality pub meals.

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