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Tadcaster

Tadcaster is a delightful market town surrounded by beautiful North Yorkshire countryside. With a fantastic array of cosy pubs selling fine ales and three historic breweries, including the oldest brewery in Yorkshire, it's the perfect place to stop off for a relaxing afternoon. Alternatively, if you're a fan of Yorkshire history, the town has an ancient viaduct bridge and charming church that are both well worth a visit.

Famous for brewing John Smith's, brewing in Tadcaster since 1758


History of brewing

Tadcaster is home to three breweries - John Smith's, Coors and Samuel Smith's. The Old Brewery at Tadcaster was founded in 1758 and is the home of Samuel Smith's - the only surviving independent brewery in Tadcaster and the oldest brewery in England!

St Mary's Church

Originally built in 1150, St Mary's Church has been rebuilt twice - once after being burnt by Scots in 1318 and then taken down and rebuilt 5 feet higher, stone by stone, in 1857 to avoid flood damage. This pretty church is well known for its fine carvings and famous William Morris east window.

Wharfe Bridge and The Ark

Wharfe Bridge is an architectural wonder. The imposing viaduct, with eleven large arches, was built around 1700 with stone taken from a Norman motte and a bailey castle - an impressive heritage! The 15th Century Ark building is also well worth a visit, with an impressive carving of two heads on the front and once a meeting place for the Pilgrim fathers before their voyage to America!