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Sightseeing in North Yorkshire

Park
“Nice place to hang out. Visit the observatory and the remains of the Abbey - or go to the museum itself”
46 locals recommend
Historic Site
“at the end of the lovely cobbled street of the shambles with its quaint little shops the is the beautiful York minster,”
31 locals recommend
Museum
“Get kitted out with your hard hat and battery lamp, then descend 140m underground to discover the harsh realities of coal mining through the centuries…”
17 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Worth a visit if you love arts, crafts and experiencing a bit of local history. Free entry and a great cafe on the top floor. There’s also a lovely park alongside the canal. ”
20 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Fascinating history with amazing sea views. There is a lovely cafe there too.”
12 locals recommend
Historic Site
“Here you can browse our unique selection of authorised David Hockney posters, prints, postcards, books and other items, many of which are produced by and exclusive to Salts. ”
6 locals recommend
Historic Site
“A must for visitors and Harry Potter enthusiasts....Next to York market, with local produce and outside cafes.”
3 locals recommend
Historic Site
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“The house is set in beautiful grounds and the gardens are stunning. Built in 1927 for the Terry family of the chocolate fame. The entrance, the grounds and the house itself are beautiful. Each room has its own unique style. The oak doors, windows, staircase and cornicing are stunning. There's also a cafe and shop.”
3 locals recommend
Historic Site
“ Admire the natural beauty of North York Moors and picturesque seaside town of Whitby.”
2 locals recommend
Historic Site
“I think this is one of the most beautiful streets in all of England! A must see when visiting York. There is also a shop with no name that is a must visit with the boy wizard's fans!”
2 locals recommend
Park
1 local recommends
History Museum
“Ruins of an early 12th century abbey. At the north entrance there is the life-sized carving of a broadsword on the threshold stone. Grass playground next door and a good pub too.”
1 local recommends
Historic Site
“Knaresborough is full of history and the Castle sits overlooking the River. A stunning town, easy to find plenty to do there! ”
1 local recommends
Church
1 local recommends
Historic Site
“The Bars are all worth seeing. If you walk round the City Walls, you will see them all!”
1 local recommends
Memorial Site
1 local recommends