Places to Visit
Places to Visit
East End Farm is ideally located, no matter which part of the East Riding or North Riding of Yorkshire you wish to explore. There is plenty on offer, whether you are going to be visiting one of the beautiful stately homes or many museums, taking the children to Flamingo Land, sampling Wold Top Brewery’s finest, treating yourself to some shopping in the famous Shambles in York, or visiting one of the many iconic towns or villages, such as Goathland (home of the Hearbeat TV series). The Farm is centrally located and most sites are easily reached
Sledmere House is described as East Yorkshire’s finest country house, with beautiful gardens and rare breed farm.
Burton Agnes Hall is a fabulous country estate with hall and gardens for a great family day out. It has a hedge maze and they put on events such as the jazz festival.
Castle Howard is an exquisite stately home and gardens, with plenty to do for the whole family.
Burton Constable is a stately home and gardens with a focus on families, children, education and farming.
Scarborough Castle is a wonderful piece of history that is well worth exploring. There’s plenty for all the family to see and do. They have battle re-enactments and lots for the kids to get involved with.
Pannett Park ia a haven of peace and tranquility close to the centre of Whitby in North Yorkshire. Beautifully maintained, it has stunning views, a state of the art play area and offers a variety of planting schemes for all seasons. The park is home to Whitby Museum and Pannett Art Gallery.
Sewerby Hall boasts a fabulous hall and gardens, zoo, cafe and views of Bridlington Bay and the sea. Lots to do for all the family, with battle re-enactments and seasonal events throughout the year.
York Minster is one of the world’s most magnificent cathedrals and is well worth a visit.
Bempton Cliffs is a stunning nature reserve, home to a wide range of birds and wildlife. Perfect for the nature lover.
Ryedale Folk Museum
There’s lots to see and do at Ryedale Folk Museum. You can take a step back in time as you wander in and out of our historic buildings, and find out about life in the past.
North Yorkshire Moors Railway
Take a ride on a traditional steam train and step back in time on this fabulous piece of history, taking in some of the finest views of country and towns along the way.
National Railway Museum
The National Railway Museum is simply amazing, especially if you are a train buff. There’s loads to see and do, for all the family.
Hull Maritime Museum
A great day out for the whole family at this stunning museum set in one of Hull’s most striking buildings. It features a wide range of displays and information about Hull’s shipping history.
An 18th century watermill near Malton in North Yorkshire, designed by John Carr of York as a garden folly in the Gothic style.
Restored as an education centre in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, generating renewable energy.