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The heartbeat of the Wolds, Driffield, is also its cultural 'capital' and an ideal place to take a break from city life. Spend an unhurried afternoon exploring All Saint's Church and nearby Burton Agnes Hall, unearth ghostly stories, shop for antiques in the market or simply stroll on the idyllic Riverhead.

Sledmere House This Grade I listed Georgian house contains many fine furnishings and paintings, including funiture designed by Yorkshire's own Thomas Chippendale.

Welcome to Driffield

Few locations capture the relaxed charm of the Wolds like Driffield. Founded in Saxon times, the thriving town centre has retained its sleepy rural character and brings together the vivid history, culture and flavour of the surrounding countryside. Explore the 500 year old tower or the Elizabethan glamour of Burton Agnes, dip into haunted pubs and award-winning markets. Or, go with the flow and leave it all behind with a walk on the waterside.

Local history and heritage

The 110ft tower of All Saint's Church has been a landmark for over five centuries. Step inside and you'll be rewarded with 12th Century stone carving, Georgian chandeliers and 20th Century stained glass. The nearby Elizabethan stately home of Burton Agnes is also well worth a visit.  From the grand gardens and flamboyant Turkish room, to the galleries of French impressionist paintings and tapestries, few homes are more ornate or more suited to long, lazy afternoons.

Families days out

Nature is never more than a short walk away in Driffield and the town is criss-crossed with scenic paths and trails. Take a leisurely ramble to Moot Hill and the site of a Roman settlement or plan a picnic next to the shimmering Driffield Beck. For a taste of life on a working farm, take a detour to Cruckley Animal Farm and spend a day with peacocks, pigs, goats and rabbits. Visit in July or August and you'll also have the opportunity to see the UK's largest one-day agricultural show and experience the noise and colour of the annual traction rally.