Days Out Ryedale

Museums, Attractions & Gardens


In line with Government guidance on COVID-19 and the recommendation to avoid gatherings and crowded places, many of our local family days out are looking at closing to the public. For any of the listings on here please check with the venue if it is open or closed before attending.

I am endeavouring to keep the listings as up to date as possible but please check with venues first, thanks for your understanding at this crazy time, Team Mumbler.

Based in York, Agility is one of the most exciting and unique centres for fitness in the UK. We offer fun and fitness for all the family. Come and challenge yourself on our state of the art obstacle course. Our wonderful café The Shack is open all day.

We have a variety of sessions for all ages, toddlers, 5-16 years, family sessions, teen socials (12-17 years) and our brand new adult only sessions.

We run a range of different classes. We have Parkour with our incredible instructor Sam, Ninja Gym for 5-10 years and our brand new Warrior #OCR designed for 11-17 years.

Agility Tots: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 10am. Tuesday and Thursday 12pm
Agility PE: Monday & Wednesday 10am. Tuesday and Thursday 12pm
Agility Mini: 7 days a week
Agility Dance: Friday 10am

Our ninja warrior parties are ideal for children aged between 5 and 16 years with access to both of our courses Ninja & Warrior.

The party starts with an hour of fun on the course. Each party booking will have a dedicated coach to look after them. The kids will all get a homemade stone baked Pizza each, a waffle dessert, and unlimited refreshments. Grip socks included.

We now host toddler parties too! These are currently weekdays at 10am or 12pm.

Bespoke packages available for corporate events and team building days, email us for details.


01904 948416
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The gardens, galleries, restaurant, shop and play area are open. The rest of the hall remains closed. On weekdays you don’t always need to pre-book your visit. At busier times, like weekends and school holidays, booking is recommended to guarantee entry. Bookings are through the property website (links below) and tickets go on sale on Fridays for the following week. National Trust members and under fives are free, all other prices and opening details can again be found online.

Please check the website for all the information you will need to plan and enjoy your visit.

Beningbrough, York, North Yorkshire, YO30 1DD


01904 472027
beningbrough@nationaltrust.org.uk
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Grounds and Skelf Island are open with restrictions in place. You must BOOK ONLINE prior to going

Castle Howard is a magnificent historic house in the north of England, the 18th century residence is set within 1,000 acres of breath taking landscape in Ryedale.

The grounds include lakes, fountains, temples and woodland (with children’s trails) as well as formal walled garden and children’s adventure playground making Castle Howard the perfect family day out.

The Boathouse is a lovely place for an ice cream, tea and cake – near the playground too!

Castle Howard, The Estate Office, Castle Howard, York, YO60 7DA

DO REMEMBER TO PREBOOK YOUR TICKETS BEFORE

 

 

 


01653 648333
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Dalby Forest, managed by the Forestry England, offers over 8,000 acres of woodland to explore, enjoy and discover.
Great play area for children, accessible walking and cycling trails for all.
Cafes and bike hire centre.
Dalby Activity Centre, Go Ape and Forest Segway is also here.
Adderstone Field has the Enchanted Wood and the Gruffalo Trail which are also fantastic for kids.
Staindale Lake is great for picnics.
£9 per car in summer, £5 in winter


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The Great Ryedale Maze (formerly known as The Great Yorkshire Maze) makes a welcome return to North Yorkshire this summer, following its hugely popular debut in 2020.  Located at Sherburn, midway between Scarborough and Malton, it is open daily from 14 July to 5 September from 9.30am to 5.30pm.

We have a field full of fun for all the family, with nine acres of maize plants and never-ending paths to explore in the giant Yorkshire Dragon Maze, and for younger adventurers there’s the two-acre Mini-Maze with an environmental theme.

The action-packed Vintage Funfair is bigger and better than ever, offering thrills for adults, teenagers and children alike aboard the 1930s Speedway, Octopus, Twister, Dodgems and Chair-o-plane, while the Hush Hush Train ride, Muffin the Mule and Swing Boats will delight the little ones.  Test your skills at the game stalls and win a prize every time!

For some competitive family fun and more prizes have a go at Football Darts, then enjoy live entertainment in our Big Top with a cuppa and cake, a Berry Best Ice Cream or a barbecued bite from the Cabin Café.

Tickets are priced at £10.95 for adults and £9.95 for children (aged 3-15, under 3s free), with concessions available.  www.greatryedalemaze.com


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Can you find the missing Gargoyle Grobblenook at The Hole In Wand Wizard Golf?

Visit the World’s Most Magical Golf Course in York’s Coppergate Shopping Centre in York, and take on 9 magical golf holes.

Along the way there will be bubbling cauldrons, magical portals, a giant picture frame where you become part of the painting…and can you do a Light Spell to illuminate the way in our dark hole?

At the end of your adventure you will find out if you have the magical powers of a Serpent, Basilisk, Unicorn or Wizard and every player will receive a magic potion gift to take home, plus hopefully find Grobblenook and maybe get a Hole In One badge!

After a magical 9 hole adventure you can relax in our Wizard Tavern with a Cauldron Cake or Uni-Pop-Corn, and a delicious potion with poisonous options for grown up spell makers.

Wizard golf with a potion drink for every player is £6.99 per person and you can book now via the website. Minimum age is 3 and the maximum group size is 6 Wizard with wands.

Use the magic password MUMBLER to get our secret discounted Coffee in our Wizard Tavern.

This Christmas at The Hole In Wand you can get a Mulled Wine or Mulled Mead for £3.99 with a FREE Mince Pie, York’s most magical festive offer in the Coppergate shopping Centre after Wizard Golf or as you wonder on by🍷


01904 623505
york@theholeinwand.com
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Murton Park is a must-experience, one-stop Living Museum for those who love to create memories that can span the eons of time. Perfect for all generations and crafted to especially engage the young. Murton park is not only a remarkable open-air museum experience like no other, it is much more and also plays home, and host, to some of the best known and most accomplished historical re-enactment Societies in the North of England. Look out for the special events held throughout the year when groups like the cowboy Trail Blazers Western Re-enactment society, Jorvik Viking Re-enactment society or Jorfor’s Hall Early Medieval Re-enactment and Living History Group, take up residence at Murton Park. With our own museum, railway, animals, playground and Living History sites – we have something for everyone.

OUR AWARD WINNING, FAMILY, VISITOR AND SCHOOLS ATTRACTION IS SITUATED ONLY 4.5 MILES FROM THE CENTRE OF THE BEAUTIFUL AND HISTORIC CITY OF YORK.

Murton Lane, Murton YO19 5UF


01904489966
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OPEN for Summer 2021

Join us at Northwood and enjoy the beautiful fairy trail in spring sunshine, the perfect combination of imagination and fresh air. Our fairy museum  will also be showing an exhibition of spring fairies and have an additional scavenger trail of spring hares.

Northwood Trail is nestled in a 100 acre wood at Buttercrambe close to York and this delightful woodland fairy sanctuary is the first of its kind in the world. The eco-aware sanctuary is off grid and, quite uniquely, designed to appeal to adults as much as children. As well as a beautiful woodland trail, it also includes an intriguing Fairy Museum, to display what is believed to be the world’s largest collection of fairy artefacts, collected over many years by owners Carolyn and Christian.

Northwood is about fostering a connection to nature, at its most beautiful and magical. The woodland trail winds through 1.5km of old fairy paths, peppered with fairy tree houses, stump houses, a willow walled maze and Elven thrones. There is also a natural play area for smaller children and den building for older kids.

In keeping with the sustainable ethos, a stylish woodland kitchen will be serving organic teas and coffees as well as healthy and delicious local food.

Limited pre allocated slots making for a calmer experience.

Buttercrambe Wood YO41 1AP


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Sunday 25th July – Sunday 5th September, Wednesday-Sunday (plus BH), 10am-5pm

Pirate Bill has escaped with our treasure and is hiding somewhere in the grounds… Use your treasure map to follow the clues around Scampston Parkland and find Bill with the stolen treasure!

Join us at Scampston this summer for the ultimate Pirate Treasure Hunt that takes you on a quest around the Parkland to find the stolen treasure!

Our Treasure Hunt offers an interactive and fun activity for all the family throughout the summer holidays. Leading you on an adventure with a treasure map, you are tasked to follow each clue and find Pirate Bill who is hiding somewhere in the grounds with the stolen treasure. A letter can be found by each clue, which will make up a phrase and tell you where Pirate Bill is hiding – find Pirate Bill and our treasure to claim your prize!

Children must be supervised by an adult. This trail is suitable for both adults and children.

No pre-booking required. £1.00 per trail (usual entry fees apply) Come to the ticket office for your treasure map!

Under 5s get free entry.

The Garden Café is well equipped for children.

Family ticket (2 adults + 3 children) for gardens is £22.


Summer Storytelling, Games and Crafts Sessions (£2.00 per child (usual entry fees apply))

Come along to Scampston this summer for some fun-packed sessions of storytelling, games and crafts with our resident Fairy Godmothers!

Sunday 1st August – Dinosaurs!
Friday 6th August – Fairy Tales!
Wednesday 11th August – Aliens!
Thursday 19th August – Animals!
Wednesday 25th August – Our Planet!
Wednesday 1st September – Pirates!

Across 3 sessions:
10.30am – 11.30am
12.30pm – 1.30pm
2.30pm – 3.30pm

Pre-booking advised. Suitable for 2-11 year olds.

Scampston, YO17 8NG


01944 759111
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Sledmere, Driffield, Yorkshire YO25 3XG. 01377 236637

Open Tuesday to Sunday

Renovation project of the 18th century stable block at Sledmere has created state of the art kitchen, extended café, multipurpose function rooms, newly refurbished farm shop, visitor reception, & WC’s.

House, grounds, farm park and adventure play area all now fully open. They have put many Covid procedures in place, including limited tickets online bookings here (Click Here to Book)

Opening times: Tuesday to Sunday 10am – 5.00pm (also open bank holiday Monday). Dogs are always welcome, we just ask they are kept on leads.

Sledmere House, Driffield, YO25 3XG. 01377 236637.  For more info and to book tickets please visit their website here.

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In the heart of Yorkshire is Stockeld Park, a place where magic is made and adventures begin! Nestled in a woodland within 30 minutes of Leeds, York & Harrogate, Stockeld Park is the home of adventures and original family fun!

Stockeld Park is open every school holiday, and most weekends throughout the warmer months, and offers wonderful family days out across different adventure seasons, with different themes and events throughout the year.

Step into the magical world of the Enchanted Forest where every path leads to a different adventure. The forest contains interactive play that encourages the imaginations of all, as well as five large Adventure Playgrounds that have something for everyone from small children to the grandparents!

In addition to the adventure playgrounds, Stockeld Park is also home to an impressive giant yew tree maze! Climb the castle viewing tower to look out over the tops of the trees or cross bridges and discover playful surprises, musical instruments and some unexpected obstacles!

Along with all these exciting activities, there are also different seasonal activities such as jumping pillows, indoor inflatables, pedal go-karts and the Laser Adventure. The Laser Adventure is also available to hire exclusively for birthday parties, with a range of party packages on offer!

Stockeld Park has a large café, outdoor food outlets and picnic area. There is also an amazing gift shop where you can buy different, seasonal goodies throughout the year!

For the full details on our events, prices and opening times please visit www.stockeldpark.co.uk

Some activities and aspects of the park may change at short notice, to stay in line with Government guidance and COVID restrictions. All details will be kept up to date on our website.

BOOK TICKETS HERE

Stockeld Park, off the A661 Wetherby Road, Yorkshire, LS22 4AN.


01937 586333
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Nature Themed Gardens, Trails & Play

Enjoy the outdoors together at the Beautiful Lavender & Nature Farm, with seasonal activities ensuring a brilliant day out for all the family.

Join in with The Big Butterfly Count. July 16th – August 8th.

Make sure to join in and complete the Big Butterfly Count whilst visiting. Pick up you spotter sheet, complete your count and upload the results online. Every sighting helps build up a better picture of the butterfly populations health and numbers.

Spend the day.

With the giant willow games maze, football golf, den zone building, miniature railway and much more, give yourself plenty of time to visit.

New for 2021

Now serving a delicious selection of sandwiches (including children’s options), tray bakes, ice creams, coffees, tea & hot chocolates.

Pre Booking required. Tickets can be purchased online on the day of your visit.

Wheel chair & Pram friendly paths and walks.

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Free Parking. Gift Shop & Plant Sales. Toilets, Disabled Toilets and Baby Changing Facilities. Dogs welcome on a lead.

Tel. 01944 758641

Open DAILY (10am – 5pm)

Wolds Way Lavender
Wintringham, Malton
YO17 8HW

Just of the A64 between Malton & Scarborough


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The Potions Cauldron is the World’s most magical drinks emporium and serves magic every day on Shambles in York. You can enjoy a potion drink that comes to life if you do the potion spell, a delicious Spellbound Butterscotch Beer, or mix your own slush potion that comes with magical powers.

You can also try their Potion Experience with a chance to see the all new Secret Potion room and have a potion mixed for you by a Wizard with a few surprises as the room comes to life and you learn the secrets of potion making!

Find out how Basilisk Blood, Tears of A Wizard, Serpents Venom and Unicorn Essence are made and see if you can taste the magic.

Grown up Wizards can event try some poison in their potion.

The Potions Experience at The Potions Cauldron lasts 25 minutes and is £5.99 per Wizard.

The experience may not be suitable for Wizards under 6 years old or anyone of a very nervous disposition.

There is a date night version of the experience for grown up Wizards that lasts 50 minutes.

You can book your magical potions experience online

9 3/4 Shambles, York, YO1 7LZ


01904 692192
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York’s Chocolate Story is an interactive visitor attraction that allows you to experience York’s rich chocolate history, first-hand!

Bringing history to life in an engaging way, your tour guide will take you back to chocolate’s Aztek origins before unwrapping York’s very own chocolate legacy. You’ll hear from the experts as you learn how to taste chocolate like a pro and your tour will finish by giving you the chance to try your hand as a chocolatier in a chocolate lolly making session!

After your tour is over, you can browse our chocolate-filled gift shop where you’ll find our handmade chocolate truffles, made on-site by our chocolatiers, as well as a wide range of chocolate treats from other local brands. If you’d like to conclude your experience with a sweet treat, our cafe, which is currently open for takeaway, is the perfect spot to grab a customisable hot chocolate!

York’s Chocolate Story is open daily for tours throughout summer. Special events including Family Masterclasses and Outdoor Chocolate Tasting Tours are also happening throughout the holidays.

Open daily from 10am – pre-book tickets online.

York’s Chocolate Story, Kings Square, York, YO1 7LD


01904 527765
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Beck Isle Museum

CURRENTLY CLOSED DUE TO COVID19

Where the Victorian period is brought to life.
Summer Opening (Apr-Sept): 10:00am – 5:00pm
Beck Isle Museum
Bridge Street
Pickering
North Yorkshire
YO18 8DU
01751 473653

Beetle Bank Farm & Wildlife Sanctuary

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE

Farm, wildlife sanctuary, café.

Beetle Bank Farm, Moor Lane, York, YO19 5XD

Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park

Covert Lane (Park Rose), Carnaby, Bridlington, YO15 3QF.
01262 673653
Open daily 30th March – 27th September, 10.30 – 5pm
Lots of animals to see and birds of prey demonstrations

Burnby Hall & Gardens

The Balk, Pocklington, York, YO42 2QF. 01759 307125
Open daily from March 21st 10.00am -5.30pm
Large gardens to explore with children’s activities on the way round. Huge lake with large fish to feed. Also a museum and good cafe which has children’s toys.

Burton Agnes Hall

Hall, gardens and gift shop open every day 11am until 5pm.

With a fabulous adventure playground, enchanted woodland village, giant board games, willow dens and a trail to follow, children will find so much to amuse and inspire here!

Burton Agnes, Driffield, YO25 4NB.  01262 490324

Byland Abbey

FREE

Explore the ruins and have a lovely time. Most areas are pram/wheelchair friendly.

Afterwards maybe visit Coxwold for refreshments and to see the ducks on the pond.

Byland, Coxwold, North Yorkshire, YO61 4BD

 

Clifford’s Tower

Scale the steep steps of Clifford’s Tower’s ancient mound and enjoy stunning panoramic views.

From the wall walk, you’ll experience unrivalled views of the Minster and the city. In the distance you can even see as far as the Yorkshire Wolds and North York Moors.

Tower Street, York, YO1 9SA

Duncombe Park

Parklands: Monday 12 April – Thursday 23rd December 2021, 7 days/week
10.30am – 5pm, last admission 4pm, £1 per person
NO PRE BOOKING REQUIRED
There are waymarked walks, discovery trails and orienteering courses for all ages which explore the woodlands, river valley, meadows, woodland skyline and commercial forestry.
Gardens: Monday 12th April – Tuesday 31st August, 6 days a week, closed Saturdays
10.30am – 5pm, last admission 4pm, £5 adult, £3 child
NO PRE BOOKING REQUIRED
Explore at leisure the great lawn and level terraces, temples, yew tree walk, woodland walks and the scented ‘secret garden’ around the old conservatory. There are fine views of the valley 180ft. below and the distant moors.
Duncombe Park, Helmsley YO62 5EB 

Eden Camp

Modern World War II history museum to experience the sights, sounds and smells of life on the frontline and homefront

Ample free parking.

Eden Camp, Malton, YO17 6RT
Telephone: (01653) 697777

Flamingo Land

OPEN WITH RESTRICTIONS IN PLACE

Winter Opening until Saturday 20th March 2021 – the zoo and Peter Rabbit play ground.

Weekdays – £16pp

Weekends and holidays – £20pp (Admission includes access to our award winning zoo, several of our smaller rides for young children and free bird and sea lion shows!)

Kirby Misperton Malton, North Yorkshire YO17 6UX
0800 40 888 40

Helmsley Castle

Unlock 900 years of life at Helmsley Castle, a must-see for any visitor to the picturesque market town of Helmsley in the North York Moors National Park.

Why not also visit Rievaulx Abbey and Byland Abbey nearby – the perfect stop on any family day out, or if you’re out walking or cycling.

Handy long stay car park behind!

Castlegate, Helmsley, YO62 5AB

Helmsley Walled Garden

Enjoy five tranquil acres of flowers, fruit and vegetables at Helmsley Walled Garden.

Produce from them and the Kitchen Garden go into the delicious dishes made in the Vine House Café.

Adult entry is £7.50 per person
Children under 16 have free entry

Visit this beautiful fully accessible garden in the North York Moors.
Dogs are welcome.

Helmsley Walled Garden, Cleveland Way, Helmsley YO62 5AH
T: 01439 771427

Jorvik Viking Centre

Visit a time when Vikings ruled the land at the world famous JORVIK Viking Centre. Explore the excavations that unearthed the Viking-Age city of Jorvik and discover what this amazing archaeology can tell us about the Vikings. Nearly refurbished and re-opened in 2017.
Open Mon-Sun 10am to 6pm (last admission 5pm) in the summer and 10am to 5pm (last admission at 4pm) in the winter. Adult:  £10.25 Child: £7.25 Conc: £8.25.
Coppergate Centre, York, YO1 9WT
Tel: 01904 615505

Malton Museum

RE-OPENING Saturday 29th May 2021

A visit to Malton Museum helps visitors to understand how the past has shaped the two towns we see today.
The current exhibition, Malton Goes to Market, provides information on the towns’ Prehistoric, Roman, Medieval and more recent past. The exhibition contains ‘hands on’ activities for younger, and older, visitors.

Entry to the museum and exhibition are free. Our family workshops are £1 per person.

36 Yorkersgate, Malton YO17 7AB
01653 691262
Opening Times
Thu-Sat: 10:00am – 4:00pm
Sun-Wed: Closed

National Railway Museum

Leeman Road, York, YO26 4XJ. 0844 815 3139
Open daily 10am-6pm. Located next to York Railway station so a good place to get the train from Malton to or there is a car park across the road from the museum (£9 for parking but you can park all day and get the land train from here into York city centre)
Great day out for children. Large display of trains and old steam engines some of which children can get on, historic station, activities, outdoor play area and miniature train, good cafe.

North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Runs from Pickering to Whitby over 24 miles of beautiful Yorkshire Scenery.
Old fashioned steam engines running through beautiful countryside, can jump on and off at various villages.
Regular special events for children.
01751 472508

North Yorkshire Water Park

It is open with Covid-19 restrictions in place

FREE PARKING, FREE ENTRY, #YOUONLYPAYTOPLAY

Wykeham Lakes, Long Causeway Road, Scarborough YO13 9QU

01723 865052

Nunnington Hall

Wednesday – Sunday
10am – 4pm (last entry 3pm)

PRE BOOKED tickets are recommended but walk ins also welcomed if we have space.

Please park and head to Reception.

Nunnington, York YO62 5UY
01439 748283

Pickering Castle

Pickering Castle was used by medieval Kings as a hunting lodge, holiday home and stud farm. It is situated on the edge of Pickering, a lovely market town on the edge of the North York Moors National Park.

The gift shop is really nice, local brews, ciders and spirits as well as helmets and swords for sale. The lady in the gift shop was lovely with the children. Parking is very handy.

Castlegate, Pickering. YO18 7AX
Telephone: 01751 474989

 

Rievaulx Abbey

Why not take the beautiful walk from Helmsley Castle to Rievaulx? It takes approximately an hour then you can enjoy well deserved refreshments in the café.

Escape to this tranquil valley of the North York Moors and discover the impressive ruins of one of England’s most powerful Cistercian monasteries.

Rievaulx, Nr Helmsley, YO62 5LB
Phone: 01439 798228

Ryedale Folk Museum

There’s lots to see at Ryedale Folk Museum. Wander through our expansive Museum site including pretty cottage gardens, traditional cornfield, atmospheric historic buildings and find out how people have lived, worked and played in our area since pre-history.
Under 4s free and when you buy your adult ticket it’s an annual pass.

Open daily:
10 February – 31 March: 10am – 4pm
1 April to 30 September: 10am – 5pm
1 October – 2 December: 10am – 4pm
Ryedale Folk Museum, Hutton le Hole, North Yorkshire, YO62 6UA
Phone: 01751 417367

 

Scarborough Castle

Scarborough Castle is beautifully situated on the cliffs overlooking the North Sea and Scarborough.

All the main outdoor areas will be open as usual, but to secure everyone’s safety the indoor museum space will remain closed. Take away food and drinks for you to enjoy. Toilets will be open.

You now need to book your timed tickets in advance. Tickets are available to book now. Members tickets are free but you still need to book.

Castle Road, Scarborough, YO11 1HY
Phone: 01723 372451

 

Scarborough Sea Life Centre

Scalby Mills, Scarborough, YO12 6RP. 0871 4232110
Open daily from 10am
Various enclosures of sealife to see including turtles and penguins. Also play area, mini golf and soft play

Skidby Windmill & Museum of Rural Life

Skidby, HU16 5TF (follow the brown signs from the A164).
01482 848405
Open daily 10.00-5pm
Working windmill. Museum with children’s activities inside the windmill and old machinery in the courtyard.
Also a good playground and cafe in the courtyard

The World of James Herriot

Open seven days a week!
Nov to Feb: 10am – 4pm last entry 3pm
Mar to Oct: 10am – 5pm last entry 4pm
Closed: Dec 25th, 26th, & Jan 1st

Adult: £8.50
Children (5-15yrs): £5.00
Family Ticket (2+2): £24.00
Family Ticket (2+3): £28.00
Groups: £6.00

23 Kirkgate, Thirsk, North Yorkshire YO7 1PL

Tel: 01845 524234

Whitby Abbey

Perched high on a cliff, it’s easy to see why the haunting remains of Whitby Abbey were inspiration for Bram Stoker’s gothic tale of ‘Dracula’.

All the main outdoor areas will be open as usual, but to secure everyone’s safety the indoor museum space will remain closed. Take away food and drinks for you to enjoy. Toilets will be open.

You now need to book your timed tickets in advance. Tickets are available to book now. Members tickets are free but you still need to book.

Abbey Lane, Whitby, North Yorkshire, YO22 4JT
Phone: 01947 603568

William’s Den

William’s Den, Castle Farm, Wold Hill, North Cave, East Riding Of Yorkshire, HU15 2LS. 01430 472230.

William’s Den is a new and exciting adventure attraction, giving children the chance to connect with nature and get active as they explore a custom designed complex that brings the great outdoors inside. A unique environment, inside and out, where children can play, explore, run, climb, build dens and learn, all in an open, rural and natural setting with a range of facilities tailored to families.
Also run lots of special events and activities both term time and in the school holidays.

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For more information please call 01430 472230

York Creepy Crawlies

Social distancing measures for COVID 19 in place

The Web Adventure Park, Wigginton Road, York. YO32 2RH.
01904 692221

Inside – Huge soft play including football area and miniature houses to explore.
Outside – large outdoor playground, including sandpit and water, plus animals to see

Yorkshire Air Museum

Elvington, York, YO41 4AU. 01904 608595
Open daily 10.00-5pm. From 10th November 10.00-4pm
At the top of the A1079 just before you reach York is this great air museum, lots of exhibitions, historic planes and vehicles set on a large site

Yorkshire Arboretum

A beautiful 120 acre garden! Wander off to explore peaceful hidden glades and wildflower meadows whilst letting the children run. Lovely cafe with home-cooked food. 

The Yorkshire Arboretum
Castle Howard, York, YO60 7BY
Phone: 01653 648598

Yorkshire Lavender

Come and see our unique Lavender Maze, Gardens, Giant Games and much much more including fallow deer!

Enjoy a coffee and or snack at EJs Tea Room

Open daily in the Spring
Free admission to shop, plant nursery & tea room
Admission charge to Gardens (Adults £3, Children £1.50, Senior Citizens £2.50)

Call us: 01653 648 008

Yorkshire Lavender, Terrington, York YO60 6PB

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