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July events

OMG Stunts - Hull

OMG Stunts - Hull Are you ready for a world class show like you have never seen before? In our sensational new show OMG Stunts, you will..... See more >
Pickering Park, Pickering Road HULL HU4 6TE
Tue 2 Jul to Sun 7 Jul

Mires Beck Nursery - Open Garden for NGS

Mires Beck Nursery - Open Garden for NGS Charity that provides horticultural work experience for adults with learning disabilities. 14 acre site features..... See more >
Mires Beck Nursery, Brough HU15 2NR
Wed 3 Jul

Shiptonthorpe Open Gardens & Flower Festival 'All things Yorkshire'

We are holding our open gardens' weekend on 6th & 7th July, 11am - 5pm and the Flower Festival 'All things... See more >
All around the village of Shiptonthorpe and in the Church YO43
Sat 6 Jul and Sun 7 Jul

The Ridings - Open Garden for NGS

The Ridings - Open Garden for NGS Secluded cottage garden with colour-themed borders surrounding neat lawns. Grass and paved paths lead to formal and..... See more >
The Ridings, Driffield YO25 3PE
Sun 7 Jul

Southwood Hall - Open Garden for NGS

Southwood Hall - Open Garden for NGS Explore 1½ acres of secluded grounds surrounding this historic property. Spot the Alice in Wonderland sculptures in the..... See more >
Southwood Hall, Cottingham HU16 5AJ
Sun 7 Jul

23 The Paddock - Open Garden for NGS

23 The Paddock - Open Garden for NGS A secret garden behind a small mixed frontage. Archway to themed areas within the garden inc Japanese, Mediterranean,..... See more >
23 The Paddock, Cottingham HU16 4RA
Sun 7 Jul

Wressle Brickyard Farm - Open Garden for NGS

Wressle Brickyard Farm - Open Garden for NGS One acre garden with EW&B standard gauge railway and 1930s station. Formal garden with lawns, mature trees, borders and..... See more >
Wressle Brickyard Farm, Goole DN14 7JX
Sun 14 Jul

Welton Lodge - Open Garden for NGS

Welton Lodge - Open Garden for NGS Welton Lodge is a Grade II listed house occupying 1½ acres in the beautiful village of Welton and features a series of... See more >
Welton Lodge, Brough HU15 1PE
Sun 28 Jul

Things to do around East Yorkshire

East Yorkshire, a captivating region in England, offers a plethora of activities for an enriching day out. Whether you're interested in marine life, outdoor adventures, or cultural exploration, there's something for everyone. Let's explore some of the best things to do in East Yorkshire:

1. Dive into The Deep Aquarium:
- The Deep in Hull is an award-winning aquarium home to over 5,000 marine species. Explore underwater tunnels, watch sharks and stingrays swim above your head, and marvel at Europe's only pair of green sawfish. Don't miss the touch pool sessions and the glass elevator ride through the ten-meter ocean tank.

2. Jump into Adventure at Williams Den:
- Williams Den is an indoor-outdoor adventure center set amid beautiful landscapes. Zip wires, mud kitchens, and den-building opportunities await. It's a fun day out for families, rain or shine, with a cozy onsite café serving home-cooked food and ice cream.

3. Explore Humber Bridge Country Park:
- Known locally as "Little Switzerland," Humber Bridge Country Park features chalky cliffs resembling snow-tipped peaks. With 48 acres of woodland, meadows, and wildlife ponds, it's a haven for nature lovers. Capture beautiful butterfly sightings and enjoy varying difficulty nature trails suitable for all ages. The park is wheelchair and pushchair accessible.

4. Sail the Seven Seas Fish Trail:
- Embark on the Seven Seas Fish Trail, a 2-mile art trail around Hull. Celebrating the city's fishing history, 41 life-size sculptures made from traditional materials dot the trail. Humorously placed, they keep you entertained as you explore the city.

5. Visit Historic Beverley:
- Explore the charming market town of Beverley. Admire the stunning Beverley Minster, a Gothic masterpiece, and stroll through cobbled streets lined with medieval architecture. Don't miss the historic Saturday market and the picturesque Westwood pasture.

6. Discover Bridlington:
- Head to the coastal town of Bridlington. Enjoy sandy beaches, visit the historic harbor, and explore the Old Town. Don't forget to sample fresh seafood and take a scenic boat trip along the coast.

7. Cycle the Yorkshire Wolds:
- East Yorkshire is home to the Yorkshire Wolds, rolling hills and picturesque landscapes. Rent a bike and explore the scenic trails, passing through charming villages, ancient churches, and vibrant fields. The Wolds offer breathtaking views and a peaceful escape from city life.

8. Visit Sewerby Hall and Gardens:
- Sewerby Hall and Gardens near Bridlington is a stately home surrounded by beautiful gardens and woodlands. Explore the house's elegant interiors, enjoy the sea views, and take a leisurely walk through the well-maintained grounds.

9. Enjoy Hornsea Beach:
- Spend time at Hornsea Beach, a sandy stretch with colorful beach huts and a charming promenade. Take a leisurely stroll, build sandcastles, and enjoy ice cream by the sea.

10. Sample Local Cuisine:
- East Yorkshire offers delightful food experiences. Try traditional Yorkshire puddings, fresh seafood, and locally brewed ales. Visit cozy tearooms, country pubs, and farm shops to savor regional flavors.

Remember to check opening hours and any booking requirements for these attractions. Whether you're interested in marine life, scenic walks, or cultural heritage, East Yorkshire promises an unforgettable day out!