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More details - Maister House
National Trust property: Maister House - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
160 High Street, Hull,

More details - The Deep
Located in Hull, East Yorkshire, The Deep is one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world. We are home to over 3,500 fish including Green sawfish, spectacular sharks and rays; not forgetting our snakes, bugs and colony of Gentoo penguins!
Tower Street, Hull

More details - White Hart Pub - Food All Week, SmartQuizzes & Karaoke
The White Hart is a pub by the riverside in Brigg, North Lincolnshire. It has recently come under new management who bringing life back into the venue. Food is served everyday, freshly cooked homely menu items.
57-58 Bridge St, Brigg

More details - Caistor Arts & Heritage Centre
Award winning Primitive Methodist Chapel conversion to an astounding Arts & Heritage Centre with a café selling mouth watering homemade food from locally sourced products, delicious coffees, teas and soft drinks. An interesting timeline along with artefacts from the old Roman town stretches along one wall.
28 Plough Hill, Caistor

More details - The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft
Home to the World’s largest collection of Historic Trolleybuses. On open days, a selection of our restored trolleybuses operate round our specially constructed overhead circuit. Unlimited rides. Step back in time to the 1950’s/60’s with our period buildings and shop fronts. Photographic displays.
Belton Road, Sandtoft, Nr Doncaster,

More details - Kirkham Priory
Beautifully placed between the city of York and the town of Malton , the riverside ruins of Kirkham Priory are set in the beautiful Derwent valley near the Yorkshire Wolds.
Whitwell on the Hill, Malton

More details - Piglets Adventure Farm
Oink Oink! Piglets Adventure Farm offers a fantastic family day out, packed with exciting attractions and buckets of fun.
Towthorpe Moor Lane, York,

More details - Clifford's Tower, York
It’s the stunning view you get of the historic city of York that makes Clifford’s Tower one of the most popular attractions in Yorkshire. Set on a tall mound in the heart of Old York, this imposing tower is almost all that remains of York Castle, which was originally built by William the Conqueror.
Tower Street, York

More details - Treasurer's House (York)
National Trust property: Treasurer’s House (York) - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
Minster Yard, York,

More details - Eden Camp Modern History Theme Museum
Now in the 30th year of opening our unique site to visitors, our multi-award winning museum, housed within the grounds and buildings of an original Prisoner of War camp, allows visitors to go back in time to experience the sights, sounds and even smells of life during World War Two on both the Home Front and Front
Eden Camp Modern History Theme Museum, Junction of A64/A169, MALTON, North Yorkshire.

More details - Barley Hall
Discover the medieval townhouse of the Priors of Nostell and Mayor of York. Rediscovered in the 1980’s under a relatively modern façade, the stunning building you will see today has beautiful exposed timber frames, high ceilings, and possibly the only horn window in England.
Barley Hall, Coffee Yard, Off Stonegate, York,

More details - York Theatre Royal
York Theatre Royal has been producing great drama in the beautiful city of York for over 250 years and is one of the country’s leading producing theatres.
York Theatre Royal, St Leonard’s Place, York

More details - Family Survival weekend
Learn to Survive in the wild with our family survival weekend. Great fun for all the family and not a games console in sight! mention this group for discount when booking
wragby

More details - Goddards Garden
National Trust property: Goddards Garden - open to the public. Please see National Trust website for details.
27 Tadcaster Road, Dringhouses, York,

More details - North Leverton Windmill
Built in 1813, this is a unique windmill. It is the only windmill in England that has never fallen into disrepair and has ground corn every year since it was built. It has been named the St Paul’s of windmills. There are four floor including the ground floor and all are open to visitors.
Mill Lane. North Leverton, Near Retford

More details - Lincoln Medieval Bishops' Palace
Standing almost in the shadow of Lincoln cathedral, with sweeping views over the ancient city and the countryside beyond, the medieval bishops’ palace was once among the most important buildings in the country.
Minster Yard, Lincoln

More details - Holly Tree Soft Play
Award winning, multi room soft play centre with a dedicated early years and sensory room, a two level soft play frame room complete with slides, games and ride on toys, and a standalone 52 seater restaurant positioned just outside all of the action for Mum and Dad to relax and enjoy a homemade, fresh and delicious
Holly Tree Soft Play, Fen Road, Washingborough, Lincoln

More details - Scarborough Castle
With its 2,500 year history, stunning location and panoramic views over the dramatic Yorkshire coastline, Scarborough Castle fully deserves its place as one of the finest tourist attractions in the North.
Castle Road, Scarborough