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We are passionate about Yorkshire and want to share with you our knowledge of places to visit to ensure that you experience the best of what Yorkshire has to offer.

Whether you are visiting for a day, a weekend break or longer you will find extensive information about places to visit, activities and where the best places are to eat.

The attractions within this folder are just a sample of what's on offer so take a look at the local Tourist Information Centres listed on the back which are brimming with information and run by friendly staff who are there to help you. We hope you enjoy your stay in Yorkshire. When you are planning to return, please take a look at our website at www.visityorkshire.co.uk which has a range of interesting features to enhance your next visit to Yorkshire.

BE INSPIRED BY THE NORTH YORK MOORS, EAST COAST & THE WOLDS

Mouseman Visitor Centre

Eden Camp Modern History Theme Museum

The Lund Gallery

Castle Howard

Gillies Jones

Yorkshire Lavender

The National Trust

Yorkshire's Great Houses, Castles & Gardens

The World of James Herriot

North York Moors National Park Ryedale Folk Museum North Yorkshire Moors Railway Captain Cook Memorial Museum Whitby Museum Whitby Coastal Cruises Turnstone Gallery Go Ape! North Bay Railway

Yorkshire Wildlife Park Junction 32 Royal Armouries Museum Standedge Visitor Centre

Jorvik Viking Centre

National Media Museum

Barley Hall DIG

Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway

National Railway Museum

Alan Cryer Furniture

York Minster

Newby Hall & Gardens

York Designer Outlet Tenpin Burton Agnes Hall

Stained Glass Centre

Freeport Hornsea Outlet Shopping Village

The Walled Garden at Scampston

The Deep

Wolds Way Lavender

Pleasure Island Family Theme Park

Sophie Hamilton Pottery

Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway

Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal Water Garden Black Sheep Brewery Visitor Centre Theakston Brewery & Visitor Centre Visit Teesdale

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The National Trust

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York Minster is the largest Gothic Cathedral in Northern Europe and is renowned worldwide as an artistic and architectural masterpiece. Built over 250 years, it offers a wealth of things to see for everyone.

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Become a monk at Fountains Abbey, go into the laundry at Beningbrough Hall or uncover the mysteries and ghosts of Treasurer’s House. There’s something for everyone at National Trust properties in Yorkshire. For more information on where to go and what to do visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk or telephone 0870 458 4000.

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Jorvik Viking Centre www.jorvikbookings.com

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The Wensleydale Creamery www.wensleydale.co.uk

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Eat Yorkshire North York

Yorkshire food is famed the world over, and for good reason. Whether you're after something traditional or more exotic there is something for every taste.

We have selected the best of what Yorkshire has to offer using either our own experiences or from recommendations so you can be assured that you will receive high quality whether eating in or taking home some local produce.

Farmers Markets

Food Festivals & Shows

Weekly Markets

Harrogate Second Thursday of every Month, 9am - 3pm (depending on weather), Cambridge Street

Dales Festival of Food 2nd - 4th May 2009 10am-5pm Daily Signposted off A684 on outskirts of Leyburn

Bedale Tuesdays

Northallerton Fourth Wednesday of every Month, 8am - 3pm, High Street

Weaving together the three fundamental elements that make the Dales Festival of Food and Drink a success - Food, Farming and Fun - the 2009 event already has a real buzz about it.

Settle 2nd Sunday of every month (excluding September) 9am - 3pm, Town Square Skipton 1st Sunday of every month 9am - 3pm , Canal Basin area of Coach Street Richmond 3rd Saturday of every month 8am - 3pm, Town Square

Kilnsey Show 1st September 2009 10am-5pm The showground is 12 miles north of Skipton on B6160 The Dales' foremost agricultural show with dry stone walling, produce, handicrafts, horticulture, equestrian events, fell races and harness racing.

Kirkby Stephen Mondays Scarborough Tuesdays and Fridays Pickering Mondays Whitby Tuesdays & Saturdays Ripon Thursdays Leyburn Fridays Thirsk Saturdays

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Eat Yorkshire

Restaurants/Pubs

The Box Tree Restaurant 35-37 Church Street, Ilkley, LS29 9DR Tel: 01943 608484 www.theboxtree.co.uk info@theboxtree.co.uk

The Box Tree Restaurant 35-37 Church Street, Ilkley, LS29 9DR Tel: 01943 608484 www.theboxtree.co.uk info@theboxtree.co.uk This small renowned restaurant has been apart of Ilkley since the early sixties. The modern French classical menu and extensive wine cellar offer food lovers an unforgettable experience. Their commitment to the best, freshest ingredients, with an emphasis on local suppliers, farmers and growers, will entice food lovers with favourites such as Roast Scallops with Truffle Oil, and Chocolate Mousse with Red Berries.

Ate O Clock 13a High Ousegate, York, YO1 8RZ Tel: 01904 644080 www.ateoclock.co.uk ateoclock@hotmail.com The restaurant offers a relaxing, friendly atmosphere with friendly, efficient staff. Service is "laidback" yet professional with many personal touches. The menu uses fresh, local produce with food being cooked to order and mostly home-made. Outside allows for lunch in the sun (during the summer months) pre-dinner drinks area or after dinner coffee chill-out zone.

Overtons High Row, Reeth, Richmond, DL11 6SY Tel: 01748 884332 www.overtonhousecafe.co.uk Overton House Cafe is a culmination of over 50 years experience in the catering industry between us creating a relaxed informal environment dedicated to providing good honest food using the highest quality produce from our local suppliers. We have used the same suppliers for years and have built up an excellent relationship with them.

The Box Tree Restaurant 35-37 Church Street, Ilkley, LS29 9DR Tel: 01943 608484 www.theboxtree.co.uk info@theboxtree.co.uk This small renowned restaurant has been apart of Ilkley since the early sixties. The modern French classical menu and extensive wine cellar offer food lovers an unforgettable experience. Their commitment to the best, freshest ingredients, with an emphasis on local suppliers, farmers and growers, will entice food lovers with favourites such as Roast Scallops with Truffle Oil, and Chocolate Mousse with Red Berries.

Ate O Clock 13a High Ousegate, York, YO1 8RZ Tel: 01904 644080 www.ateoclock.co.uk ateoclock@hotmail.com

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Ate O Clock 13a High Ousegate, York, YO1 8RZ Tel: 01904 644080 www.ateoclock.co.uk ateoclock@hotmail.com The restaurant offers a relaxing, friendly atmosphere with friendly, efficient staff. Service is "laidback" yet professional with many personal touches. The menu uses fresh, local produce with food being cooked to order and mostly home-made. Outside allows for lunch in the sun (during the summer months) pre-dinner drinks area or after dinner coffee chill-out zone.

The restaurant offers a relaxing, friendly atmosphere with friendly, efficient staff. Service is "laidback" yet professional with many personal touches. The menu uses fresh, local produce with food being cooked to order and mostly home-made. Outside allows for lunch in the sun (during the summer months) pre-dinner drinks area or after dinner coffee chill-out zone.

Overtons High Row, Reeth, Richmond, DL11 6SY Tel: 01748 884332 www.overtonhousecafe.co.uk Overton House Cafe is a culmination of over 50 years experience in the catering industry between us creating a relaxed informal environment dedicated to providing good honest food using the highest quality produce from our local suppliers. We have used the same suppliers for years and have built up an excellent relationship with them.

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This small renowned restaurant has been apart of Ilkley since the early sixties. The modern French classical menu and extensive wine cellar offer food lovers an unforgettable experience. Their commitment to the best, freshest ingredients, with an emphasis on local suppliers, farmers and growers, will entice food lovers with favourites such as Roast Scallops with Truffle Oil, and Chocolate Mousse with Red Berries.

Overtons High Row, Reeth, Richmond, DL11 6SY Tel: 01748 884332 www.overtonhousecafe.co.uk Overton House Cafe is a culmination of over 50 years experience in the catering industry between us creating a relaxed informal environment dedicated to providing good honest food using the highest quality produce from our local suppliers. We have used the same suppliers for years and have built up an excellent relationship with them.


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Cafes/Tearooms Café Concerto 21 High Petergate, York, YO1 7EN Tel: 01904 610478 www.cafeconcerto.biz coffee@cafeconcerto.biz This award winning cafe bistro offers 'real' home-made fresh food with friendly informality and melodic jazz. Sit around wooden tables surrounded by old music manuscripts and instruments. Regulars say Cafe Concerto make the best cappuccino in town - along with 'heavenly' homemade cake.

Café Concerto 21 High Petergate, York, YO1 7EN Tel: 01904 610478 www.cafeconcerto.biz coffee@cafeconcerto.biz This award winning cafe bistro offers 'real' home-made fresh food with friendly informality and melodic jazz. Sit around wooden tables surrounded by old music manuscripts and instruments. Regulars say Cafe Concerto make the best cappuccino in town - along with 'heavenly' homemade cake.

Café Concerto 21 High Petergate, York, YO1 7EN Tel: 01904 610478 www.cafeconcerto.biz coffee@cafeconcerto.biz This award winning cafe bistro offers 'real' home-made fresh food with friendly informality and melodic jazz. Sit around wooden tables surrounded by old music manuscripts and instruments. Regulars say Cafe Concerto make the best cappuccino in town - along with 'heavenly' homemade cake.

Café Concerto 21 High Petergate, York, YO1 7EN Tel: 01904 610478 www.cafeconcerto.biz coffee@cafeconcerto.biz This award winning cafe bistro offers 'real' home-made fresh food with friendly informality and melodic jazz. Sit around wooden tables surrounded by old music manuscripts and instruments. Regulars say Cafe Concerto make the best cappuccino in town - along with 'heavenly' homemade cake.

Café Concerto 21 High Petergate, York, YO1 7EN Tel: 01904 610478 www.cafeconcerto.biz coffee@cafeconcerto.biz This award winning cafe bistro offers 'real' home-made fresh food with friendly informality and melodic jazz. Sit around wooden tables surrounded by old music manuscripts and instruments. Regulars say Cafe Concerto make the best cappuccino in town - along with 'heavenly' homemade cake.

Café Concerto 21 High Petergate, York, YO1 7EN Tel: 01904 610478 www.cafeconcerto.biz coffee@cafeconcerto.biz This award winning cafe bistro offers 'real' home-made fresh food with friendly informality and melodic jazz. Sit around wooden tables surrounded by old music manuscripts and instruments. Regulars say Cafe Concerto make the best cappuccino in town - along with 'heavenly' homemade cake.

Local Produce Ainsty Farm Shop York Road, Green Hammerton, York, North Yorkshire, YO26 8EQ Tel: 01423 331897 www.ainstyfarmshop.co.uk sales@ainstyfarmshop.co.uk

pastries daily), coffee shop and deli with a wide variety of locally sourced foods - including local game, fruit and vegetables.

Lewis & Cooper Ltd 92 High Street, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 8PP Tel: 01609 772880 www.lewisandcooper.co.uk sales@lewisandcooper.co.uk From honey to sausages and eggs to chilli sauce, this fine food and drink emporium has proudly sourced locally for more than a century. As well as offering the best the globe has to offer, we comb North Yorkshire for tasty treats to fill our stores in Northallerton and Yarm, as well as our famous gourmet hampers - check out the Yorkshire Basket!

Ainsty Farm Shop York Road, Green Hammerton, York, North Yorkshire, YO26 8EQ Tel: 01423 331897 www.ainstyfarmshop.co.uk sales@ainstyfarmshop.co.uk Ainsty Farm Shop specialises in traditionally reared, locally produced meat. There is a bakery (fresh bread & pastries daily), coffee shop and deli with a wide variety of locally sourced foods - including local game, fruit and vegetables.

Lewis & Cooper Ltd 92 High Street, Northallerton, North Yorkshire, DL7 8PP Tel: 01609 772880 www.lewisandcooper.co.uk sales@lewisandcooper.co.uk As well as offering the best the globe has to offer, we comb North Yorkshire for tasty treats to fill our stores in Northallerton and Yarm, as well as our famous gourmet hampers - check out the Yorkshire Basket!

Ainsty Farm Shop specialises in traditionally reared, locally produced meat. There is a bakery (fresh bread &

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Tourist Information Yorkshire Bedale Tel: 01677 424604

Filey Tel: 01723 383637

Humber Bridge Tel: 01482 640852

Scarborough Tel: 01723 383636

Bedale Hall, DL8 1AA

John Street, YO14 9DW

North Bank Viewing Area, HU13 0LN

Harbourside, Sandside, YO11 1PP

Beverley Tel: 01482 391672

Great Ayton Tel: 01642 722835

34 Butcher Row, HU17 0AB

High Green Car Park, TS9 6BJ

Selby Tel: 01757 212181

Leeming Bar Tel: 01677 424262

52 Micklegate, YO8 4EQ

The Yorkshire Maid, DL8 1DT

Bridlington Tel: 01262 673474

Guisborough Tel: 01287 633801

25 Prince Street, YO15 2NP

Priory Grounds, Church Street, TS14 6HG

Cleepthorpes Tel: 01472 323111 42-43 Alexandra Road, DN35 8LE

Helmsley Tel: 01439 770173 Helmsley Castle, YO62 5AB

Danby Tel: 01439 772737

Hornsea Tel: 01964 536404

The Moors Centre, YO21 2NB

120 Newbegin, HU18 1PB

Easingwold Tel: 01347 821530

Hull Tel: 01482 223559

Chapel Lane, YO61 3AE

1 Paragon Street, HU1 3NA

Sutton Bank Tel: 01845 597426

Malton Tel: 01653 600048 58 Market Place, YO17 7LW

National Park Visitor Centre, YO7 2EH

Northallerton Tel: 01609 776864

Thirsk Tel: 01845 522755

Applegarth Car Park, DL7 8LZ

49 Market Place, YO7 1PL

Pickering Tel: 01751 473791

Withernsea Tel: 01964 615683

The Ropery, YO18 8DY

Queen Street, HU19 2DJ

Saltburn Tel: 01287 622422

Whitby Tel: 01723 383637

3 Station Buildings, TS12 1AQ

Langborne Road, YO21 1YN

Events Yorkshire Cliffhanger Festival, Millhouses Park, Sheffield 11-12 July

Seafest Festival, West Pier, Scarborough 24-26 July

The aim of the event is to inspire and involve. Featuring competitions or demonstrations in rock climbing, orienteering, kayaking, mountain biking, running, skiing & snowboarding, skateboarding, free running, adventure racing and more visitors will be able to watch elite sports people of all ages competing or demonstrating.

From the world of seafood and natural history to international music, there is a packed programme with lots to do for the whole family. Celebrating its tenth anniversary with a bumper programme of maritime themed activities, this event makes the most of the West Pier and Old Town.

Great Yorkshire Show, Showground, Harrogate 14-16 July The Great Yorkshire Show is the leading country event in the north of England. The three day extravaganza covers 100 acres and combines exciting entertainment, fun activities, plenty of shopping, the chance to meet friends and family and experience the best of rural life.

Harrogate International Festival, Various Venues, Harrogate 23rd - 26th July Get ready for the crime wave of the year. The Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival is a not to be missed event. Examine the evidence: George Pelecanos, Val McDermid, Laura Lippman: a roll call of cool. Hang on for your life as many of the biggest authors in crime fiction gather for Europe's most gripping crime writing festival.

Ilkley Summer Festival 15-16 August August is a month packed with events for all the family in Ilkley, including continental markets, exhibitions, family workshops and concerts.

The Queen's Golden Jubilee International Joust, Royal Armouries, Leeds 22-24 August Cheer on some of the world's top jousters as they battle for the Queen's Golden Jubilee Trophy. Watch the drama build through the heats, reaching a climax on Bank Holiday Monday when the overall champion will claim his trophy in a spectacular finale.

Leeds Festival, Bramham Park 28th- 30th August The Leeds Festival is the north of England's premier festival. Across the stages there is every new buzz band that

you have read and heard about, and headliners Radiohead, Artic Monkeys and Kings of Leon. Away from the Main Stage expect some real surprises on the NME / Radio One Stage, the A to Z of punk, hardcore and ska on the Lock Up Stage and the headliners of the future on the smaller stages.

Autumn Plant Fair, Newby Hall 6th September The Autumn Plant Fair is a brilliant day out for garden lovers! Get expert advice from the growers at this hugely popular plant show with autumn plants for sale, specialist growers and nurseries and garden miscellany. Gates open from 10a.m. - 4p.m.

Whitby Goth Weekend 30th October - 1st November The Whitby Gothic Weekend (WGW) is an established and popular gothic festival located in Whitby, North Yorkshire. Most of the events are held at the town's 1,000 capacity Whitby Spa Pavilion.

Santa Cruise, YorkBoat Christmas 2009 For an extra magical Christmas this year, why not join a YorkBoat Santa Cruise! very child on board will receive a personalised gift from Father Christmas. With refreshments and fun onboard, what better way to get into the Christmas spirit this year?


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