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Wild, windswept and wonderful, the North York Moors are a breath of fresh air. Comprising over 1,400 miles of natural beauty, this enchanting region is home to heather moorland, pine forests, rolling hills and shimmering coastline, not to mention badgers, roe deer, red squirrels and hawks. Look closer and you'll discover historic abbeys, castles and priories, traditional pubs and 'hidden' villages and hamlets and find great places to cycle.
2014 sees a wealth of major events and exhibitions happening in the North York Moors National Park, find out more.
Be inspired, check out everyday stories of people who live in the North York Moors in these four films.
There's nowhere else on earth quite like the North York Moors National Park - it's an incredibly picturesque part of the world that will simply take your breath away.
You can find Pickering nestling between the four major Yorkshire towns of Scarborough, Whitby, Helmsley and Malton - it's the perfect base for a short break
Malton is a pretty Yorkshire market town, located on the north of the River Derwent on the historic boundary between the North and East Ridings of Yorkshire and perfectly placed for a short break.
Nestled in a picturesque hollow on the head of the Esk Valley, Danby is home to The Moors National Park Centre and the perfect base for exploring the beautiful landscape of the North York Moors.
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With its bustling market square, dramatic castle ruins, wall gardens, charming tea rooms and inviting inns, Helmsley could be considered the perfect English market town, and on the edge of the North York Moors.
Rosedale Abbey's industrial history belies its stunning natural beauty - once a thriving home to 5,000 miners at its peak, Rosedale Abbey is now a place to enjoy peace & tranquillity.
The name 'Kirkbymoorside' in fact means 'place with a church by the moor' and the church in question is All Saints, a late mediaeval building that's just as glorious inside as out.
Ampleforth is one of Yorkshire's stand out villages. With beautiful scenery and stunning architecture it really is a great place to visit. In the heart of Yorkshire's countryside, Ampleforth is also an ideal place for walking and also boasts two lovely pubs for refreshment afterwards.
Guisborough is a small market town and civil parish within the unitary authority of Redcar and Cleveland and the ceremonial county of North Yorkshire, England. It is the perfect pit stop when travelling from Middlesbrough to coastal resorts like Redcar and Saltburn.
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Experience the stillness and beauty of this impressive monastic site - one of the most powerful abbeys in Europe.
Byland Abbey (English Heritage)
Once one of the great northern monasteries & an outstanding example of early gothic architecture. Second largest collection of floor...
The ruins of this Augustinian priory include a magnificent carved gatehouse declaring to the world the priory's association with the...
Go Ape! High Wire Forest Adventure - Dalby
Take to the trees and experience an exhilarating course of rope bridges, tarzan swings and zip slides...all set high above the forest...
Falconry UK Birds of Prey Centre
Birds of prey centre with over 70 birds from 30 species including eagles, vultures and owls. Resident falconers give daily flying...
The New Inn & Cropton Brewery
Conducted tour of small country brewery famous for its award-winning ales. Visitor centre in attractive rural setting, unusual gifts,...
Explore the castle's changing fortunes. From formidable fortress to battle-scarred ruins. With other additions including a mansion...
A fortified tower house built in the early 14th century, possibly on the site of an early Norman castle. This was then extended in...
Built by William the Conqueror, this Royal castle was used by a succession of Medieval Kings as a hunting lodge, holiday home and stud...
St Gregory's Minster
Saxon church with unique Saxon sundial, 7thC Celtic crosses and carved stones.
Dalby Forest Visitor Centre
A 9-mile scenic drive with car parks, picnic places, waymarked walks including Habitat Trail, orienteering course. Visitor centre.
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A thrilling adventure ropes course containing a variety of challenging obstacles guaranteed to test your nerve!
Beautiful fishing for brown trout amongst a background of hills, heather and forest. Good stock maintained, fly only. Barbless hooks,...
Thorp Perrow Arboretum & Falconry Centre
Important collection of 1,300 different species of trees and shrubs set in 85 acres. Trees and shrubs for flower, foliage and autumn...
Helmsley Walled Garden
Five-acre walled garden, restoration project beneath Helmsley Castle. Glasshouses, pond, nursery, cafe and craft workshops.
Rievaulx Terrace & Temples (NT)
An 18thC grass-covered terrace, landscaped from wooded hillside with views of Rievaulx Abbey, 2 classical temples, 1 furnished and...
A true plantsman's garden set in 8 acres of rolling countryside on the edge of the North Yorkshire Moors. The garden is divided by...
The Walled Garden at Scampston
An exciting 4 acre contemporary garden,created by Piet Oudolf, with striking perennial meadow planting as well as traditional spring/autumn...
The North of England's triple award-winning visitor attraction, Lavender Farm and Gardens. Specialist Plant Nursery, Gift Shop, EJ's...
Jackson's Wold Garden
A beautiful three acre garden with outstanding views over the Vale of Pickering and the Yorkshire Wolds.
Paddock Farm Water Gardens
Paddock Farm Water Gardens nine unique gardens with inspiration from the Mediterranean to the Orient. Situated amidst a well stocked...
Helmsley Castle Visitor Centre
Thirsk Tourist Information Centre
Thirsk Tourist Information Centre can provide more information to help you plan and enjoy your stay in the Moors and Coast area including...
Sutton Bank National Park Visitor Centre
Interpretative exhibition 'Window on the Park'. Shop and tearooms, local walks, tourist information and scupltures.
Picturesque 17th Century house with organically managed walled garden, famous for its miniature rooms collection and changing programme...
Magnificent 18th Century historic house and Stable Courtyard within 1,000 acres of breathtaking gardens. Located just 15 miles North...
The Abbey House, Old Malton - The Home of Charles Smithson 1843-44.
Ebberston Hall is a Palladian villa built 1718. Family pictures, fine panelling. Water gardens. Hand-carved pine friezes, described...
The Medieval house where Laurence Sterne wrote Tristram Shandy. The house is a lived in museum, with gallery and shop and is surrounded...
A remarkably well preserved example of a thatched 16th Century cruck-framed house. Renovated by the National Park Department in 1982.
An 18thC mansion, recently restored. Family home of the Lord and Lady Feversham. Unique 18thC landscaped garden with terraces, temples,...
Palladian house designed c1760 by Thomas Worsley. Family portraits, 18thC dovecote, cricket ground, riding school.
One of the finest examples of a Regency coutnry house set in a Capability Brown landscape.
Wharram Percy Deserted Medieval Village
Remains of an ancient village abandoned between the 11th and 18thC. The foundations of more than 30 medieval peasant hosues are still...
Sutton Park is a lovely early Georgian stately home. The beautiful gardens are renowned and have won many awards. Silver Gilt Award,...
Kiplin Hall and Gardens - Stately Home
17th Century Kiplin Hall was built by George Calvert, Secretary of State to James 1, founder of Maryland. The hall is furnished as...
Newburgh Priory is a large and imposing stately home, on the site of an Augustinian Priory, largely Tudor in origin with additions...
Sion Hill Hall
Sion Hill Hall is a masterpiece in Neo Georgian style designed in 1912 by York architect Walter H Brierly. Contains the H.W. Mawer...
Stanwick Iron Age Fortifications (EH)
The tribal stronghold of the mighty Brigantes, Stanwick features earthworks covering 3.5 square kilometres. Today, visitors can still...
Sutton Bank Hillfort
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Beadlam Roman Villa
One of the most northerly Roman Villas in Britain.
Helmsley Open Air Swimming Pool
An open air heated pool open from late June until early September providing a refreshing experience in picturesque 12 century Helmsley...
Offers counter and advance booking service for serviced and self-catering accommodation, and personal response to callers, telephone...
Ryedale Folk Museum
Finest open air museum in Yorkshire. An amazing collection of rescued and restored historic buildings. Everything from craft workshops...
Beck Isle Museum of Rural Life
Bygones of Victorian age, with something of interest to all ages, many rooms, including a grocer's shop, children's room, printer's...
This fascinating little museum is housed in the Georgian wing of Bedale Hall. Old documents, photographs, clothing, craft tools and...
Captain Cook Schoolroom Museum
A reconstruction of an early 18th Century schoolroom, housed in a 1785 building on the site of the school which James Cook attended....
Exhibits of local life, industry and cricket memorabilia. The building was the home of Thomas Lord, founder of Lords cricket ground...
World of James Herriot
Explore the home and surgery of James Herriot in 1950's themed rooms. Experience hands on activities and fun in the visible farm. Try...
Travel on our vintage trains through the beautiful Wensleydale countryside to small market towns and villages, make a great day out...
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Thirsk is one of Yorkshire's most beautiful country courses, set between the North Yorkshire Moors and the Dales, with easy access...
Join us for an exhilarating Catterick Raceday and we'll give you a warm Yorkshire welcome!
North Yorkshire Moors Railway
Britain's most popular heritage railway travelling through 18 miles of beautiful North York Moors National Park.
Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo
One-price family funpark with over 100 attractions, 5 shows and Europe's largest privately-owned zoo.
Walking, cycling and horse riding could have been invented for the North York Moors. Pull on your walking boots and you can explore breathtaking coastal paths, steep-sloped valleys and fragrant pine forests in the same day. Take to the trees on a rope swing in Dalby Forect, or hire a bike and explore a landscape of ruins, legends and endless horizons. And when you're ready to take a break, set a course for the charming market towns of Malton or Pickering and a hearty pub lunch.
The past appears unexpectedly on the North York Moors. From Pickering's well-preserved castle, to the Gothic splendour or Rievaulx Abbey, the landscape is peppered with places of historic interest. Unearth bronze and iron age settlements at Roulston Scar, experience life during World War II at Eden Camp, or step inside a 'secret' cold war bunker. As you and your family will quickly discover, few destinations are as historically rich, or revealing.
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