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A stunningly diverse region, Yorkshire is home to romantic moorland, historic attractions, lively cities and grand sweeping coastlines. Explore the many world-class attractions and award-winning sights, and discover the charm which makes Yorkshire such a unique place to visit.
If you are interested in finding out some more comprehensive group information about areas within Yorkshire and information on coach parking and access, the following destinations will be able to help and some even produce their own group travel guide:
York - An award winning city.
We invite you to experience the delights of York. York is a compact walled riverside city with an abundance of world-class attractions. With a full calendar of events and festivals to enhance your visit as a year round destination for groups.
There has never been a better time to visit York with your group. 2012 is a significant year in York's history marking 800 years since the city was granted its Charter by King John of England. To celebrate York has put together a festival of programme to rival all others, from the annual JORVIK Viking Fesitval to a brand new Chocolate Festival, Railfest and the most elaborate production of the York Mystery Plays.
Don't forget to try out the award winning Groups Desk for all the latest news for Groups in York. Also on hand to find accommodation for your group, the York Groups Desk can negotiate the best rates for you and assist with any enquiries you may have with regard to parking and attraction visits. The team can also suggest restaurants and entertainment for group bookings to help you enjoy the evenings. This is a complimentary service to all Group Organisers, please contact us on 01904 550080 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information on bringing a group to York, please go to www.groupvisityork.com and order a copy of the latest groups guide today.
From a stunning coastline to ancient woodland, moorland and lush green dales, the scenery in the North York Moors is simply breathtaking. There's plenty of fascinating heritage and local history too from north England's largest Iron Age hill fort at Roulston Scar to atmospheric ruined abbeys and the signs of a once bustling industrial past.
Don't miss the chance to follow in the steps of TV and film heroes with a visit to Brideshead Revisited's Castle Howard and to Goathland, home of Heartbeat and Hogsmeade in the first Harry Potter film. You can also pick up the North Yorkshire Moors Railway here where the steam engine will take you through the heather moorland to the golden sandy beaches of the coast at Whitby.
Group travellers and coaches will be welcomed at many of the area's other attractions, including Byland, Rievaulx and Whitby Abbeys, Nunnington Hall, Ryedale Folk Museum, the castles at Helmsley, Pickering and Scarborough, Yorkshire Lavender, Cropton Brewery and many more.
Refresh your mind, body and soul by spending some time in the North York Moors National Park soaking up the landscape at one of the many stunning viewpoints or head to one of two National Park Centres. New for spring 2012, a fascinating exhibition at Sutton Bank National Park Centre will take you on a journey through time to discover how this iconic landscape was created and the influence it's had on people through the ages. While over at The Moors National Park Centre, Danby, wander along riverside and woodland trails and take a look at the Inspired by... Gallery, with its changing exhibitions of local arts and crafts.
You'll get a warm welcome in our pubs and cafés and a chance to sample the fabulous local food and drink, while bustling market towns and picturesque villages offer plenty of shopping opportunities. All this plus a full calendar of festivals and events means you'll never be short of things to do whatever time of year.
For more information and to discuss itineraries, please contact us on 01751 473791 or email email@example.com
Organising a group visit to the Yorkshire Dales?
The Yorkshire Dales is a fantastic blend of spectacular landscapes, outstanding heritage, outdoor activities and endless ways to enjoy a memorable holiday for you or the whole family. Sample our culture, our hospitality, our mouth watering local foods and colourful markets, and discover a dazzling array of craft shops and retail outlets.
There are a wide variety of attractions to suit all tastes and ages, quaint country pubs and charming tearooms, but above all, an unspoilt peaceful environment offering a real escape from everyday life. With so much to see and do throughout the year, with or without your car, there is nowhere quite like it!
Visiting the Dales by Coach?There are numerous operators who organise day visits to the Dales by coach. Lightwater Valley Country Shopping Village offer a Group Day Packages brochure and combine a visit to the shopping village with other Dales' attractions, such as Newby Hall, Bolton Abbey or even the Black Sheep Brewery!
Many of the attractions in the Yorkshire Dales welcome coaches and people travelling in groups, such as Fountains Abbey, Bolton Abbey, Skipton, Raby, Middleham, Ripley and Richmond Castles, the Dales Countryside Museum, Darley Mill and Thorp Perrow Arboretum & Falconry to name but a few.
Visiting the Dales by Train? For a unique Dales experience, journey through the beautiful Dales' countryside on a steam train, take a journey to Bolton Abbey on the Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway. Alternatively, you could enjoy a journey along the famous Settle to Carlisle Railway.
This city has it all - fabulous shopping, a wealth of cultural gems and attractions by the score. Make your first stop Harewood House, the city's finest stately home with a rich history of royal connections. Another grand house that's sure to delight is Temple Newsam which dates back to the 15th century. More recent landmark attractions are the celebrated Royal Armouries Museum, packed to the gunnels with over 8,500 amazing artefacts, and Leeds City Museum, telling the story of the historic city, with an ever-changing line up of exhibitions.
Historians of all ages will love Leeds City Museum. And when your group is in need of some retail therapy, Leeds fits the bill. For designer labels galore, make a bee-line for the Victoria Quarter, or for something more unique head to the Corn Exchange full of high class eateries and independent shops. There's also an old favourite - colourful Kirkgate Market with its mountain of goodies.
You'll also find a rich cultural calendar here. The West Yorkshire Playhouse is celebrated for its groundbreaking productions which attracts stars of the screen and stage, whilst Opera North and the Northern Ballet Theatre deliver a nationally acclaimed repertoire of traditional and contemporary works. Music lovers flock to the Leeds International Concert Season featuring over 200 top music events from brass bands to jazz ensembles, world music to orchestral concerts throughout the year, or why not head back in time to "The Good Old Days", held at the City Varieties Music Hall, newly reopened after a £5m renovation.
Bradford is ideal for a Group visit, with its magnificent museums, galleries, theatres, restaurants and bars.
The National Media Museum is one of Bradford's most popular attractions and is a great way to spend an afternoon. Why not learn more about Bradford's history at the Bradford Industrial Museum or Bradford Cathedral? Art lovers can seek inspiration at Cartwright Hall Art Gallery situated in Lister Park, recently voted as one of the UK's best parks.
Nearby is the village of Saltaire, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and home to one of the largest collections of art by David Hockney.
Haworth, with its quaint Main Street, provides intriguing shops, cafés, restaurants and pubs, as well as the Brontë Parsonage Museum. The original home of the renowned literary family is preserved as it would have been in their day. One of the best ways to admire Brontë Country is to take a ride on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway. This steam railway runs from Keighley to Oxenhope.
Alternatively, you can appreciate the panoramic views from Ilkley Moor, which provides a wonderful backdrop for the spa town of Ilkley. Ilkley is the place to stay for those who enjoy walking and the outdoors.
For further information, visit www.visitbradford.com
Pennine Yorkshire is the ideal place for your group visit, with an extensive choice of group itineraries and attractions and activities for groups. Attractions for groups include boat tours and luxury spas, as well as museums, historic houses and gardens.
A year-round calendar of major events of festivals and events means that there is always something extra going on to enhance your visit.
Extend your visit into an overnight trip, staying at one of the many excellent hotels throughout Pennine Yorkshire all offering a range of prices and group rates.
With three theatres offering drama, dance, opera and comedy, Pennine Yorkshire is a great place for groups to be in the evening.
For further information, please visit www.pennineyorkshire.com
It's a great time to visit and explore what's on offer in Wakefield, Castleford, Pontefract and the surrounding towns and villiges which come together to create the Wakefield District. Explore many of Yorkshire's most popular attractions including the National Coal Mining Museum for England and the Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
To help you make the most of your visit, take a look at www.experiencewakefield.co.uk
Take a look at Hull & East Yorkshire for your next excursion, you will be surprised at the variety of what is on offer.
Whether you are looking for a city, coast or countryside experience, along with destinations offering ample coach parking, an abundance of attractions and great accommodation - Hull & East Yorkshire has it all. Hull's award winning attractions, rich maritime heritage, diverse mix of entertainment and great shopping offer all the ingredients for a rewarding and varied day out.
East Yorkshire's pretty market towns and villages are the perfect base from which to explore the rich history and heritage of the regions coast and country.
Bridlington, Hornsea and Withernsea offer Blue Flag beaches, boat trips, shows, shopping, fantastic fish and chips and even a lightout so enjoy the seaside as it used to be! Bridlington is an award winning destination! It was given the accolade of Destination of the Year at the White Rose Awards 2007 for its amazing clean beaches, great accommodation and range of things to do.
For further information on bringing a group to Hull & East Yorkshire, please visit www.visithullandeastyorkshire.com/
When you think there's nowhere left to go, then think again about South Yorkshire.
Whether you're thinking about somewhere to stay for your group or whether it's fresh and inspiring places to visit, South Yorkshire has just what you're looking for.
Renowned for it's wide open spaces juxtaposed with cosmopolitan city and quintessential village life you'll be amazed and excited by everything. And with such great transport links, everything truly is, only just around the corner.
The Gardens of South Yorkshire are a great place to start when it's time to look at this area. The nine gardens in the group include Sheffield's Botanical Gardens, Barnsley's Wentworth Castle Gardens and Renishaw Hall Gardens on the very edge of the region. All of the gardens offer group travel services and Renishaw can throw in a vineyard for good measure!
The area is justly proud of its heritage. Its industries are celebrated in the unique Magna Science Adventure Centre, Kelham Island Industrial Museum and Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet whilst its aviation and transport heritage can be seen at the Aeroventure Park and The South Yorkshire Transport Museum.
Cultural gems abound across Sheffield, Rotherham, Barnsley and Doncaster will give you just a few ideas to start off your journey of discovery.
For more information about Group Travel facilities and itinerary building in South Yorkshire, please contact the tourism team at Marketing Sheffield by calling 0114 281 4048 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org