Surrounding Malton and Norton are some of Yorkshire's most popular attractions, including:
Flamingo Land. Set in 375 acres of beautiful countryside, you will find something for all ages to enjoy. If you are looking for adrenaline-fuelled thrills, there is a sensational collection of extreme rides, including the record-breaking Mumbo Jumbo, plus a great choice of junior and family attractions. You will also quickly discover what makes Flamingo Land the UK's most visited Zoo. With over 140 species of reptiles, mammals and birds, plus our amazing penguin pool and Muddy Duck Farm, you can enjoy an amazing view of the animal kingdom.
Wolds Way Lavender. Set closely to Wolds Way Walk, surrounded by mature woodland, on the edge of the picturesque Yorkshire Wolds. Wolds Way Lavender and Herb Farm is a wonderful and relaxing place to visit. The family run 12 acre site is currently planted with over six acres of lavender ranging from rich hues of purple to the purest white.
Yorkshire Lavender. This is the North of England's triple award-winning visitor attraction, lavender farm and gardens all set within the Howardian Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visit the award-winning Gardens, The Wibbly Wobbly Way, The Lynne Goodwill Memorial Garden, Deer Park, Sculpture Park and probably the largest hillside Snakes and Ladders in Yorkshire - fun for all the family!
Scampston Hall & Walled Garden. Discover the magic at Scampston! Search for the new fairies that have moved into the woodland. The Fairy Trail at Scampston is captivating for small children as they solve the puzzles to find the magical creatures. Children are also invited to tie a ribbon to the Wishing Tree and make a wish. With regular storytelling and craft events are held throughout the school holidays.
Eden Camp. Housed in an original Prisoner of War Camp, a visit to this unique, award-winning museum will transport you back in time to wartime Britain. Experience the sights and sounds and even the smells of both the Home Front and Front Line in a series of expertly recreated scenes and tableaux. The Blitz, the Street at War (with rationing and fashions), the Home Guard, Evacuation, the Battle of Britain and VE & VJ Day are all covered in the first half of the museum, whilst world conflicts and battles are covered in the second.