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North Yorkshire - Skoðunarferðir og kennileiti

Sögusöfn

Kastali
“Step back in time and visit the Castle Museum, an attraction well worth seeing. Experience the reconstructed Victorian Street, the Edwardian shopping experience and Dick Turpins Cell along learning about the World War’s and living in the 1960’s. With more than 100,000 items on display there is something for everyone Note: The museums main areas are ground floor and are fully accessible to wheelchair users. No access to upper floors. Prepare to spend plenty of time here! Castle Area Eye of York York 01904 687687 Open daily 9.30am – 17.00pm *Closed 25th & 26th December and 1st January Note: The museums main areas are ground floor and are fully accessible to wheelchair users. No access to upper floors ”
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History Museum
“Travel back in time with Jorvik Viking Centre. One of the highlights of visiting York. Another must see place.”
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History Museum
“The Brontë Parsonage Museum is a writer's house museum maintained by the Brontë Society in honour of the Brontë sisters – Charlotte, Emily and Anne. The town and area has everything - from steep cobbled market streets to a steam locomotives nearby. ”
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History Museum
“Well worth a trip! As if the museum itself wasn't enough, the museum's gardens, simply known by locals as 'museum gardens' is very pretty. With St. Mary's Abbey, a ruined Benedictine Abbey as a back drop, you will amaze your friends with some pretty fanatastic photographs!”
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History Museum
“A very peaceful place to visit by car or a gentle 45 minute walk across fields from nearby Helmsley - well worth a visit. Good cafe too.”
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History Museum
“Interesting history of Harrogate as a spa town and great location for Seeing the best parts of the town.”
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History Museum
“Great if you want to spend a morning wandering around a Northern Victorian Mill with looms and water wheels all very authentic and chilling accounts of child labour from not so long ago.”
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History Museum
“Small museum with local history, fossils and models. Good for children too. Cheap and cheerful.”
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Útsýnisstaðir

Sögufrægur staður
“This English Heritage sight is a must see in Whitby. Located above Whitby and looking out to see the Abbey has a fascinating history. It has been made iconic by virtue of the more recent associations with Bram Stoker's Dracula. Park in the English Heritage carpark up by the abbey or walk up the 199 steps from the town. There is a shop and visitors centre. ”
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Útsýnisstaður
“Run, jump, climb and play. Brimham Rocks offers a fun day out for families with children of all ages. Its like a giant playground for kids. Bring a picnic and sit on top of a rock trying to spot distant landmarks. A lovely way to spend an afternoon. Its free to get in but there is a charge for parking. ”
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Slóði
“Unique geological feature: great limestone cliff through which runs a stream: very impressive sight and nice walk up from the village of Malham.”
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Útsýnisstaður
“Stoodley pike is a lovely walk up our hills and across the moorland, with lovely views as the reward at the end. ”
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Útsýnisstaður
“A great mountain walk, lots of route options. If you only do one of our Yorkshire Three Peaks do this one! ”
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Útsýnisstaður
“20 minutes drive from Skipton, great walks and views. visit The Cow and Calf pub afterwards for a well earned cuppa (or pint) ”
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Útsýnisstaður
“The perfect place for donning a pair of wellies and tromping through the woods. With waterfalls, follies and even a beach (if you can find it) this place is perfect for kids to climb trees and get muddy.”
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Höggmyndagarður
“The famous whalebone arch on West Cliff is a symbol of the whaling industry that thrived here.”
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Sögufrægir staðir

Almenningsgarður
“Nice place to hang out. Visit the observatory and the remains of the Abbey - or go to the museum itself”
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Sögufrægur staður
“This English Heritage sight is a must see in Whitby. Located above Whitby and looking out to see the Abbey has a fascinating history. It has been made iconic by virtue of the more recent associations with Bram Stoker's Dracula. Park in the English Heritage carpark up by the abbey or walk up the 199 steps from the town. There is a shop and visitors centre. ”
  • 31 íbúi mælir með
History Museum
“The Brontë Parsonage Museum is a writer's house museum maintained by the Brontë Society in honour of the Brontë sisters – Charlotte, Emily and Anne. The town and area has everything - from steep cobbled market streets to a steam locomotives nearby. ”
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Kirkja
“It's quite stunning. The gardens around the back have a lovely feel to it. ”
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Museum
“Every tour ‘darn pit’ is led by an ex-miner with a ‘reyt’ broad accent and loads of experience under his somewhat heavy tool belt. He’ll unhand you of your ‘contraband’, and talk you through 180 years of mining, explaining why he has every right to tell you to ‘shut tha’ trap’ and when you are ‘done and dusted’ you will be free to explore life above ground.”
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Kastali
“There are not many complete castles in Yorkshire, There is a ruined one in Pontefract, but none other than this. There is a lovely walk along the river to the side of the castle too. ”
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Sögufrægur staður
“at the end of the lovely cobbled street of the shambles with its quaint little shops the is the beautiful York minster,”
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Sögufrægur staður
“Permanent David Hockney exhibition. Lovely bookshop, great diner for lunch. Various shops including high end home furnishings, outdoor wear and equipment and jewellery. Interesting local history exhibition too. Great spot for chilling out. ”
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Bókasöfn

Kaffi
“ Our favourite hidden gem. A cafe that has a library inside. This means you can oder drinks, cakes and lunch and then also get your reading fix. Great kids section and they offer kids menu. Really peaceful and on a sunny day you can sit outside and look over the park.”
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Library
“for the extensive library, use of computers, wifi, large archive facility to carry out family history and local history research.”
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Library
“A place to relax and read. Plan your day trips to explore Yorkshire villages and market towns and Yorkshire Dale walks. ”
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Bar
“A celebrated community-owned pub with good bear, food and a great atmosphere”
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Library
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Library
“You can use their computers and printers there. They also have free wifi and a nice little cafe. Good for checking out some of Leeds' history too. Outside the library there is also some big outdoor games, like human size chess which is fun on a sunny day”
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Library
“Photocopying Information about Golcar and surrounding area Whats on leaflets ”
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Library
“Museum and art gallery and cafe above the Library. Will be hosting BBC wildlife photographer of the year as art of Hull city of culture. Lovely space with a few child friendly activities. ”
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