Enjoy donkey rides, pedalos and a seaside ice cream at the quirky, historic Peasholm Park in Scarborough. Entrance is free and the park never closes!
Whitby is uniquely tied to Bram Stoker’s iconic Vampire Prince, and the Dracula Experience uses animated scenes, electronic special effects and live actors bring this thrilling story to life.
Step back in time with a trip on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway – one of the most relaxing ways to enjoy the beauty of the National Park.
The coastline to the east offers an extremely varied range of environments for the family to explore, including quaint seaside towns, towering cliffs, sheltered bays, and sandy beaches perfect for rock pooling, beachcombing, and even fossil-hunting.
The towering chalk cliffs at Bempton are home to 250,000 seabirds and there’s something to see all the year round. Spring and summer are particularly spectacular and noisy!
Feed, pet, and handle animals and baby chicks at this traditional family run farm. It’s a great family day out and a wonderful countryside experience.
Visit a menagerie of animals including lambs, sheep, goats, calves, cattle, pigs, ponies, donkeys, horses, llamas, alpacas, wallabies, albino wallabies, deer, ducks, geese, hens, peacocks, rabbits and guinea pigs. Phew!
You’ll need at least half a day to see the largest and most varied collection of birds of prey in the north of England, and with three totally different flying demonstrations a day, many visitors make a whole day of it.
The Forbidden Corner is an enchanting maze of gardens, underground follies, talking birds and hidden water jets! An absolute must if you want a day out like no other.