There is so much to see and do in the area here are a few ideas to help you plan your holiday. Please check with the attractions for more details this is just a guide.
Beverley Market Town Only 2 miles away.
The stunning market town of Beverley has beauty in abundance. With an awe-inspiring Minster, historical buildings, cobbled streets, and small town charm, there is something for everyone.
You will find Beverley has an up market shopping experience amongst cobbled streets and charming courtyards and has many high street names including, Barbour, Joules, M&S and Browns Department store. In addition there is an interesting selection of smaller independent shops, an antique arcade and the Saturday market is delightful for a weekend browse.
The town centre is bordered by cosmopolitan pavement cafes, quirky cafes and cosy coffee shops. There is fine dining in many flavours including smoke house and sushi.
With so much to do and see in Beverley and the surrounding area, Barmston Farm is the perfect base for your holiday.
Exciting, action packed small adventure park. Indoor outdoor any weather adventure park. You can climb, jump, swing, bounce or hang loose your way through this adventure playground, fit for all ages. Fun with friends and family both indoors and outdoors mean no matter what the weather, your adventure awaits. Activities include: High ropes, Climbing Wall, Bag Jump, Freefall slide, ‘The Glade’ Adventure Playground, Indoor Softplay, Bounce Nets, Greedy Moose Cafe. https://letlooseyorkshire.co.uk
Williams Den is an exciting adventure attraction giving children the chance to connect with nature and get active as they play, explore, run, climb and build dens, all in an open, rural and natural setting with a range of facilities tailored to suit families. www.williamsden.co.uk
Please look at our events section for race day meetings
Open daily everyone welcome also run regular tours of the roof!
So much to do in York you won’t be able to fit it all in in one day! From shopping and many visitor attractions to walking through the shambles!
Visitors journey through the reconstruction of Viking-Age streets, as they would have been 1000 years ago. The remains of 1,000 year old houses are revealed beneath your feet.
Created with over 1 million growing maize plants the largest maze in the UK. Enjoy 20 different attractions including farm animals and pig racing Please note only open over the summer holidays (16th July – 4th September) https://www.yorkmaze.com/
Lots of baby animals to meet, daily milking, maze, café, cart rides, and farm trail open 10am-5pm weekends and school holidays 18th March – 3rd September. www.honeysucklefarm.co.uk
Take a boat trip around the mere, (please check if running) have lunch in the café, or just take some bread to feed the many wildfowl (swans, geese & ducks). A really nice afternoon out.
A family favorite, and easily the best place in England to see, hear and smell seabirds! More than 200,000 birds (from April to August) make the cliffs seem alive – with adults bringing food to their nests, or young chicks making their first faltering flights.
Explore the caves & rock pools or try finding a fossil.
Hop on board the open top bus and let the guide tell you the story of Hull and its landmarks www.eastyorkshirecoaches.co.uk/HullExplorer
The Deep Hull – Good for a raining day activity 7 miles
The Deep is one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world and is home to a whopping 3,500 fish including Europe’s only pair of green sawfish, spectacular sharks and rays and a colony of Gentoo penguins
Situated in the market town of Pocklington. The highlight for us is feeding the gigantic fish which is a very unique experience. Lovely gardens to walk around events throughout the year, café, and children’s play area. Summer holidays are dedicated to children with stories, activities and trails to take part in. https://www.burnbyhallgardens.com/
Four sail working windmill which also houses the museum of east Yorkshire rural life with interactive exhibits and quizzes for the children. There is also a café on site.
It’s like taking a step back in time the railway runs between Pickering and Grosmont stopping at Goathland which is the celebrity station home to the bewitching Hogsmeade Station from the first Harry Potter film and as Aidensfield in the beloved ITV programme Heartbeat. Summer programme special magical story trains. (July 31st- Sept 4th) www.nymr.co.uk
Theme park and Zoo lots of rides for all ages so much to discover and even more to do! www.flamingoland.co.uk
Visit Hull’s largest park, one of the premier park venues in the north of England. There is something for everyone, you can take a stroll around 130 acres of parkland, brave a ride on the Wicksteed splash boat, visit the animal education center or enjoy afternoon tea in the cafe. Or just let them play in the playground.
Wallaby walkthrough get really close to the wallabies. Other animals include Lions, Tigers, Leopards, Zebras, lemurs, Giraffe’s and everyone’s favourite Meercats. www.yorkshirewildlifepark.com
Children’s play centre only 2 miles away in Beverley with café. Three separate zones babies under 18 months toddlers under 4 and juniors 5-12 years
1st Saturday of each month at the Driffield show ground approx. 15 miles
Uniquely situated in a dramatic cliff top position with spectacular views over Bridlington. Set in 50 acres They have a little Zoo with Penguins you can get up close too. And a new children’s play area. Clock tower café. The hall and different gardens to walk around walled, rose and woodland plus 18 hole putting green. Lots of events running throughout the summer including magic shows, circus workshops and Rusticus Adventures so lots for the children. www.sewerbyhall.co.uk/events
and must with younger children runs along the North beach up to Sewerby Hall www.sewerbyhall.co.uk
Welcome to Yorkshire’s finest historic house and estate. Home to the Howard family for over 300 years, House grounds, gift shop, café, garden centre, farm shop and children’s adventure playground, many events held throughout the year.
House and grounds, woodland walk, café and gift shops. Many events throughout the year.
Stately House – Explore the house and discover the garden events throughout the year also has a café
The newly restored spurn lighthouse sits within the wildlife haven of spurn National Nature reserve. Visitors to this iconic landmark can make their way along the 3 1/2 mile peninsula walk or cycle route or climb aboard the spurn safari to travel in style. Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Please check website for details. Spurn Point Nature Reserve.
For an unforgettable wildlife encounter! Climb aboard the unimog for a tour with a difference along Spurn Point. Learn more about the fascination wildlife and history or this iconic Yorkshire landmark includes Spurn lighthouse. Running varies days throughout the year. You will need to book.
Set within ½ mile from the Wolds Way Walk, surrounded by mature woodland, on the edge of the picturesque Yorkshire Wolds. Wolds Way lavender it is a wonderful and relaxing place to visit. Our family run 12 acre site is currently planted with over five acres of Lavender ranging from rich hues of purple to the purest white. Also on site Tearoom and farm shop. www.woldswaylavender.co.uk/visit-ourselves
Many productions throughout the year.
Too many productions to list! We have been many times and always enjoy our experience please click link for what’s on. www.hulltruck.co.uk/whats-on
Lots of exciting productions and events comedy, not forgetting the spectacular views from the cafe. In the summer holidays from magic Mike and regular roller discos and tea dances. For more info www.thespabridlington.com
Flamborough Lighthouse is located on Flamborough Head and offers breathtaking views over Bridlington Bay and the Heritage Coast. Visitors can climb the 119 steps to the top of the lighthouse to see the magnificent vistas of the surrounding area. Open weekends only between 19th March – 30th October and school holidays every day except Fridays 25th July – 5th September. Flamborough Lighthouse information.