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North York Moors Steam Railway – Travel on the Steam train through the beautiful North York Moors calling at Pickering, Levisham, Goathland and Grosmont - http://www.nymr.co.uk/
The Esk Valley Railway – The train runs through stunning views between Whitby and Middlesborough, a favourite for hikers to explore villages and surrounding countryside.
Whitby Town – Discover the old fishing port thriving with History.
Whitby Harbour – The harbour seperates the east and west side of the town, take a trip on a boat and see Whitby from the sea
Replica Bark Endeavour, Whitby - opens for pleasure trips.
Whitby Abbey – Search the dramatic ruins of the Abbey and its graveyard.
St Mary’s Church, Whitby – Climb the 199 Church steps and explore the church and its outstanding views of the coastline.
Whale Bones, Whitby - The whale bones are a reminder of the times when Whitby ships were engaged in whaling.
Lifeboat Museum, Whitby - An exhibition of the history of Whitby's lifeboats.
Captain Cook Memorial Museum, Whitby - The Museum is in the 17th century house on Whitby’s harbour where the young James Cook lodged as an apprentice before his epic voyages of discovery -http://www.cookmuseumwhitby.co.uk/
Pictorial Achieves and Heritage Centre – Be taken back in time, search through the hundreds of Photographs depicting life in Whitby. Tel: 01947 821364
The Victorian Image, Whitby – Dress as a Victorian and take home a souvenir photograph to remember your visit.
Whitby Walks – Search for Dracula or walk with the ghosts of Whitby - http://www.whitbywalks.com/
Magpie Café – Sample the famous culinary delights, be aware that there is a cue at peak times but there is always the take away option -www.magpiecafe.co.uk
Trenchers - Enjoy Fish & Chips at this seafood thriving restaurant.
Sherlock’s Café – Sit with a coffee or have a snack whilst taking in the atmosphere in this quaint Victorian style café.
Bothams of Whitby – Take a seat and enjoy a snack in Botham's busy tea-rooms, the waitresses dress in their traditional white lace pinnies - www.botham.co.uk
Fortunes – Famous for cured kippers established in 1872. Open Mon – Sat 9am – 3pm, Sun 10am-12 noon & 1.30pm – 2.30pm
Goathland for Heartbeat - Visit the village of Goathland, setting for the television drama 'Heartbeat', view the stunning scenery and 1960's nostalgia from the show.
Ruswarp Pleasure Boats – Row or Canoe up the river and take in the beautiful surroundings, stop at the Perry’s Café and Garden Centre for lunch and a wander amongst the flowers - Tel: 01947 604658/601610
Grosmont Gallery and Jazz Café – Walk around the gallery and view Pottery, Sculpture, Paintings and high quality craft items on display and for sale, after sit and reflect with a cappuccino - http://www.grosmontgallery.com/
Sands End - Visit the delightful picture postcard village, and take a walk on the sandy beach.
Robin Hoods Bay – Explore the picturesque fishing village full of charm and history.
Farsyde Riding Centre – View spectacular coastal and country scenery on horse back, we welcome all ability’s - Tel: 01947 880 249
Trailways on the coastal trail – The scenic trail runs along the route of the 20 mile, old Whitby to Scarborough railway line - http://www.trailways.info/
Rosedale Abbey, Rosedale - http://www.dalesman.co.uk/walks/rosedale.htm
Gillies Jones Glass, Rosedale Abbey -
Gillies Jones show their work in the modern art spot in New York - http://www.gilliesjonesglass.co.uk/
Rosedale Golf Course - 9 Hole Golf Course, no membership required, clubs for hire, all welcome, any age, any standard - www.rosedaleabbeygolf.co.uk
Ravenscar - http://www.coastaltourism.co.uk/
Staithes ‘Dinosaur Coast’ - http://www.staithes-town.info/
Discover Fossils in Saltwick Bay, Runswick Bay and Port Mulgrave – Explore the Yorkshire Coast and search for fossils.
The Cleveland Ironstone Mining Museum – Discover the customs and skills of Cleveland’s Ironstone miners - http://www.ironstonemuseum.co.uk/
Pickering Castle, Pickering -http://www.theheritagetrail.co.uk/castles/pickering castle.htm
Beck Isle Museum, Pickering - The museum of rural life in Pickering - http://www.beckislemuseum.co.uk/
Pickering Trout Lake - Sit by the lake and fish for your dinner Tel: 01751 474219
Ryedale Festival, Pickering - A selection of music and theatre events - http://www.ryedalefestival.co.uk/
Scarborough Castle, Scarborough - http://www.theheritagetrail.co.uk/castles/scarborough castle.htm
Scarborough Sea Life and Marine Sanctuary - You can view animals like Seals, Otters and Penguins as well as many of the underwater creatures that would normally be hidden beneath the waves- www.sfns.org.uk/sealifecentre.htm Tel: 01723 376 125
Dalby Forest for walking and cycling
Bridestones, Dalby Forest
Concerts at Dalby Forest, nr Thornton le dale - View the website for dates and artists - www.forestry.gov.uk/music
Ability Outdoors, Dalby Forest – Visit to take part in arranged exciting outdoor activities including all manner of Outdoor Pursuits, Paintball, Power Boating. Quad Biking, Archery, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Kayaking, and Climbing - http://www.abilityoutdoors.co.uk/
Flamingo Land - Spend the day at this theme park and zoo -www.flamingoland.co.uk
Eden Camp, Malton - Go back in time to wartime Britain, you will experience the sights, sounds, even the smells of those dangerous years - http://www.edencamp.co.uk/
Ryedale Folk Museum and Art Gallery, Hutton-le-Hole - Walk over three acres of displays of life in the North York Moors - www.ryedalefolkmuseum.co.uk/
Lowna Daffodil Walk, Farndale – spring time
The Band Room, Farndale - http://www.thebandroom.co.uk/
Helmsley Castle, Helmsley - www.english-heritage.org.uk/helmsleycastle
Helmsley Walled Gardens, Helmsley - Walk over five acre walled working kitchen garden under the walls of Helmsley Castle - http://www.helmsleywalledgarden.org.uk/
Walled Gardens Scampston, Malton - Wander through this contempory walled garden -http://www.scampston.co.uk/
York Minster, York - http://www.yorkminster.org/
York Castle Museum - http://www.yorkcastlemuseum.org.uk/
Yorkshire Museum, Museum Gardens, York - A great place to visit, Offering local historical artefacts from Roman and Viking times, plus much more - http://www.yorkshiremuseum.org.uk/
The Norwich Union Yorkshire Wheel (NRM) - View the city of York from the sky. 54 metres high - www.nrm.org.uk/events/wheel.asp
National Railway Museum (NRM) – York - So much to see at this popular museum -http://www.nrm.org.uk/
Castle Howard Concerts, nr York - View the website for dates and events - www.castlehoward.co.uk/metadot/index.pl?id=2698
Castle Howard, nr York - Castle Howard is one of Britain's finest historic,designed, and built it over three centuries ago - http://www.castlehoward.co.uk/
Duncombe Park, Helmsley - Duncombe Park offers something for everyone it is amongst Yorkshire’s most amazing historic houses and estates - http://www.duncombepark.com/
Nunnington Hall, Nunnington, Nr York - Nunnington Hall is set on the banks of the River Rye, a wonderful place to visit or simply walk around the organic garden.
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Yorkshire Air Museum, Elvington Airfield, York - www.yorkshireairmuseum.co.uk/about_us/founding.asp
Beamish Museum - Visit this large Working museum which recreates how the people of the North of England lived and worked in the early eighteen and nineteen hundreds - www.beamish.org.uk/