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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Yorkshire

We have found 7 listings, based on your search for Historic Buildings and Monuments in the category Attractions in Yorkshire, England.

  • Stately Home in North Yorkshire, England
    National Trust Nunnington Hall

    Stately Home in York, North Yorkshire, England

    Beautiful Yorkshire manor house with organic garden, flamboyant resident peacocks and exciting exhibitions, nestled on the banks of the river Rye. Lovely tea-room, serving local an...

    Historic Buildings and Monuments

    Parks Gardens and Woodlands

    Cafes Coffee Shops and Tearooms

  • Stately Home in North Yorkshire, England
    Newby Hall and Gardens in North Yorkshire

    Stately Home in Ripon, North Yorkshire, England

    Newby Hall is the home of the Compton family. Designed by Sir Christopher Wren, with some of Britain?s finest Robert Adam interiors and 25 acres of award winning gardens.

    Historic Buildings and Monuments

    Parks Gardens and Woodlands

    Childrens Attractions

    Indoor and Outdoor Play Areas

    Cafes Coffee Shops and Tearooms

    Restaurants

  • Stately Home in North Yorkshire, England
    World of James Herriot

    Stately Home in Thirsk, North Yorkshire, England

    Interactive museum experience featuring all things James Herriot - the famous vet and author of the 'All Creatures Great and Small' books.

    Historic Buildings and Monuments

    Tours and Trips

    Visitor Centres and Museums

  • Festival and Event in North Yorkshire, England
    Bolton Castle

    Festival and Event in Leyburn, North Yorkshire, England

    Bolton is one of the country's best preserved medieval castles, situated in the heart of Wensleydale with stunning views over the Yorkshire Dales National Park.

    Festivals and Events

    Historic Buildings and Monuments

    Parks Gardens and Woodlands

    Tours and Trips

    Visitor Centres and Museums

    Zoos Farms and Wildlife Parks

    Cafes Coffee Shops and Tearooms

  • Stately Home in County Durham, England
    Durham Cathedral

    Stately Home in Durham, County Durham, England

    The greatest Norman building in England, perhaps even in Europe. Visit Durham Cathedral, the Tower, the Monks' Dormitory, audio-visual Story of Saint Cuthbert and Durham Cathedral,...

    Historic Buildings and Monuments

    Visitor Centres and Museums

    Cafes Coffee Shops and Tearooms

    Shops

  • Stately Home in North Yorkshire, England
    Captain Cook Country Whitby and the North York Moors

    Stately Home in Whitby, North Yorkshire, England

    The beautiful North Yorkshire countryside of historic coastline and heather moorland

    Historic Buildings and Monuments

    Parks Gardens and Woodlands

  • Art Gallery in East Yorkshire, England
    Innes Gallery

    Art Gallery in Hessle, East Yorkshire, England

    Innes is a third generation, family run business that specialises in retailing beautifully designed gifts, furniture, lighting and art prints.

    Art Gallery

    Historic Buildings and Monuments

    Shops

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Looking for Things to Do in Yorkshire? Holidays in England

Yorkshire in the north of England has a beautiful and varied landscape and great holiday accommodation. It draws many visitors every year to visit the Yorkshire Dales, the North York Moors, the Yorkshire Coast, and towns such Richmond and York.

For more information visit our page on Yorkshire.


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