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MAIN BUS ROUTES Abbotts of Leeming

www.northyorkstravel.info/timetable/8089apr1.pdf Daily services 80 and 89 (except Sundays and Bank Holidays) - linking Northallerton to Stokesley via a number of villages on the National Park's western side including Osmotherley, Ingleby Cross, Swainby, Carlton in Cleveland and Great Broughton.

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MAIN BUS ROUTES

PLACES OF INTEREST

Abbots of Leeming 80 and 89 Arriva X4

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Arriva X93

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CastleLine Coaster 12 & 13

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Coastliner

Arriva

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www.arrivabus.co.uk Serving the northern part of the National Park, regular services from Middlesbrough to Scarborough via Guisborough, Whitby and many villages, including Robin Hood's Bay. Late evening and Sunday services too. The main Middlesbrough to Scarborough service (X93) also offers free Wi-Fi. X4 serves villages north of Whitby including Sandsend, Runswick Bay, Staithes and Saltburn by the Sea through to Middlesbrough.

Coatham Connect 18

Ryedale Community Transport

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www.coastliner.co.uk Buses to and from Leeds, Tadcaster, Easingwold, York, Whitby, Scarborough, Filey, Bridlington via Malton, Pickering, Thornton-le-Dale and Goathland.

York & Country 194

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East Yorkshire 128

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East Yorkshire 115

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North Yorkshire County Council 190 Reliance 31X

Coastliner services 840, 843 (Transdev)

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P&R

www.northyorkstravel.info/timetable/18sep20.pdf Daily service 18 (except weekends and Bank Holidays) between Stokesley, Great Ayton, Newton under Roseberry, Guisborough and Saltburn.

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East Yorkshire Buses

www.eyms.co.uk 128 service runs daily between Scarborough and Helmsley. Calling at Nawton/Beadlam, Wombleton, Kirkbymoorside, Keldholme, Sinnington, Wrelton, Aislaby, Middleton, Pickering, Thornton-le- Dale, Wilton, Allerston, Ebberston, Snainton, East Ayton, Seamer and Scarborough. NB Sunday services terminate at Pickering.

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115 service operates Monday to Saturday from Scarborough to Ravenscar.

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Moorsbus

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www.moorsbus.org Seasonal local bus network providing access to, and within, the North York Moors National Park using low-floor accessible buses. From May to the end of September, Moorsbus provides a network serving the whole of the National Park through different interlinked routes at weekends. Moors Rover tickets are sold and accepted on some Arriva, Reliance and East Yorkshire bus services.

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Reliance - Service 31X

www.reliancebuses.co.uk Daily service (Monday to Friday only) from York to Easingwold and Helmsley via Coxwold, Byland Abbey, Wass and Ampleforth. A number of services also extend from/to Kirkbymoorside. Dogs travel free of charge.

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Ryedale Community Transport

www.ryedalect.org/services/bus-service Regular routes serving the villages and towns of Ryedale on selected days.

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Ampleforth Abbey Byland Abbey

Castle Howard

Dalby Forest Visitor Centre Eden Camp

Endeavour Experience Flamingo Land

Filey Bird Garden & Animal Park Hovingham Hall

Kirkdale and St. Gregory’s Minster

Kirkham Priory

Newburgh Priory

Orchard Fields Roman site

Peasholm Park and North Bay Railway Rievaulx Abbey

Rievaulx Terrace

Ryedale Folk Museum Sea Life Centre

Scampston Hall

Scarborough Footgolf

Shandy Hall & Garden

Spirit of Yorkshire Distillery

Sutton Bank National Park Centre

The Moors National Park Centre The Yorkshire Arboretum Wolds Way Lavender

Yorkshire Lavender

CastleLine (Transdev)

www.transdevbus.co.uk/york/services Runs Mondays to Saturdays between York, Vanguard, Monks Cross, Castle Howard and Malton.

York & Country 194 (Transdev)

www.transdevbus.co.uk/york/services Runs several times daily serving the villages between Malton and Hovingham. Get discounted entry tickets at selected attractions on the Transdev network. Just ask your driver for a voucher.

WALK AND RIDE

If you normally use a car, walk and ride could transform your walking. You’ll see so much more by replacing one leg of the walk with a short bus (or train) ride.

If you’re tired of having to walk round in circles to end up back at a car or if you would like to see twice as much of our stunning National Park without having to take twice as long to do so, try a buswalk or trainwalk.

You will find that by dumping the car and trying walk and ride you’ll rediscover your lost walking freedom.

RAIL SERVICES Northern www.northernrail.co.uk

Scarborough to Filey www.yccrp.co.uk

www.eskvalleyrailway.co.uk Middlesbrough to Whitby. Including stops at James Cook University Hospital, Great Ayton, Danby, Lealholm, Glaisdale, Egton, Grosmont and Ruswarp.

North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR)

www.nymr.co.uk A mostly steam-hauled heritage line from Pickering to Whitby. Stops at Levisham (studio of Chris Ware, the Railway’s Artist in Residence), Newtondale (forest walks), Goathland (Heartbeat), and Grosmont (Engine Sheds). Daily service from late March until the end of October. Some winter services available. T: 01751 472508

TransPennine Express

www.tpexpress.co.uk York to Malton, Seamer and Scarborough.

All information correct at time of going to press.


Scampston Hall & Walled Garden - T: 01944 759111 www.scampston.co.uk

Places of interest to visit around the North York Moors, Yorkshire Coast and Howardian Hills by public transport.

Coastliner 843 Malton < > Scarborough bus route. Coxwold on Wednesdays. Bus stop 1,000 yards.

Scarborough Castle - T: 01723 372451 www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/scarborough-castle

For centuries the ruins of Scarborough Castle have dominated the headland which links the North and South Bays with panoramic coastline views. Step back in time and race through 3,000 years of history.

North York Moors, Yorkshire Coast and Howardian Hills by public transport

HELMSLEY visithelmsley.co.uk

Accessible via East Yorkshire 128, Reliance X31 and Moorsbus (seasonal only)

A charming town set around an attractive square which hosts a market every Friday. Good range of quality local shops and the perfect stopping off point for refreshments or for a visit to: Duncombe Park - T: 01439 770213 www.duncombepark.com

Helmsley Brewing Co. - T: 01439 771014 www.helmsleybrewingco.co.uk Brewery tours.

Helmsley Walled Garden - T: 01439 772314 www.helmsleywalledgarden.org.uk

(Get 20% off garden entry with a valid ticket from EY 128 service from Scarborough).

National Centre for Birds of Prey - T: 01439 772080 20 min walk from Helmsley market square.

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Rievaulx Abbey - T: 01439 798228 www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/rievaulx-abbey

6 mile circular walk from town or Moorsbus service on scheduled days. Visitor centre and tea room.

Ryedale Folk Museum, Hutton le Hole - T: 01751 417367 www.ryedalefolkmuseum.co.uk

MALTON visitmalton.com

Served by Coastliner Services 840, 843; TransPennine Express rail service York > Scarborough; Ryedale Community Transport services on selected days; and Moorsbus.

An ancient town and former Roman settlement, Malton is one of Britain’s most renowned foodie destinations. It boasts an attractive market square with an excellent range of quality shops, cafés and pubs around it and the adjoining streets. The main market is each Saturday, livestock auctions on Tuesday and Friday and monthly food markets on Saturdays.

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Malton Museum - T: 01653 691262 www.maltonmuseum.co.uk Orchard Fields Roman site

10 mins walk towards Old Malton from bus station or market place.

Palace Cinema - T: 01653 600008 www.palacemalton.info

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River Derwent Riverside walk - starting near bus station.

PICKERING welcometopickering.co.uk

Accessible via East Yorkshire 128, Coastliner, Ryedale Community Transport, and Moorsbus.

Pickering is a historic market town and gateway to the North York Moors National Park with an excellent range of shops, restaurants, cafés and pubs. Weekly market day on Mondays. Beck Isle Museum of Rural Life - T: 01751 473653 www.beckislemuseum.org.uk

North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) - T: 01751 472508 www.nymr.co.uk

A steam-operated heritage line (seasonal) running services through the National Park to Goathland (Heartbeat’s ‘Aidensfield’) and on to Whitby.

Parish Church of St. Peter & Paul www.pickeringchurch.com Exceptional wall paintings.

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Walking and cycling trails, cyclocross and pump track, adventure play area, dark skies and wildlife activity hub. Access via seasonal Moorsbus services.

The Moors National Park Centre, Danby - T: 01439 772737 www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/themoorscentre

Interactive exhibits, gallery, adventure play areas, café. Access via Esk Valley Railway (Danby village) and seasonal Moorsbus services.

ACCESSIBILITY Many service buses have low-level access and ramps for easy boarding. The North York Moors National Park Authority has developed a number of fully accessible routes for heavy duty wheelchairs and pushchairs through woodland, along riversides, by lakes, overlooking the Heritage Coast, through the heart of the moorland and around important archaeological sites. You can also hire a Tramper, an electric all-terrain mobility scooter, for use from Sutton Bank National Park Centre and Ravenscar Visitor Centre. The Centres have further details or you can find information online www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/easyaccess Pick up a copy of the National Park’s ‘Out and About’ magazine in a National Park Centre for details on places to go, things to do and events.

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway has designated spaces available for wheelchair users. Of the five stations along its eighteen-mile route, four of them are easily accessible to wheelchair users and mobility impaired persons. The only station without disabled access is Newtondale Halt.

Ana Cross above Rosedale Abbey

Original World War II POW camp - Bus stop 500 yards

Disclaimer: The information given in this brochure is believed to be correct at the time of printing. Please check timetables and routes on relevant websites listed before travelling. Ryedale District Council, Scarborough Borough Council, North York Moors National Park, Howardian Hills Association of Outstanding Natural Beauty Partnership cannot accept responsibility in respect of any error, mis-statement or alteration which may have occurred.

Sutton Bank National Park Centre - T: 01845 597426 www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/suttonbank

An attractive village, well-known for its riverside thatched cottage, motor museum, village walks and gentle walk to Ellerburn (country church). Refreshments and craft shops. On Service 128 Pickering < > Scarborough, Coastliner 840 and Moorsbus network.

Hovingham

Eden Camp - 01653 697777 www.edencamp.co.uk

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World class theatre and cinema in the heart of Scarborough. Directly opposite the train station and bus stop.

Thornton-le-Dale

Rievaulx Abbey

Helmsley

Circular walk to Manor Vale Woodland Nature Reserve - Approx. 1 hour.

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Stephen Joseph Theatre - T: 01723 370541 www.sjt.uk.com

A pretty village, set around a green with river. Good starting point for circular walks and for a picnic. Country Inn in village. Service 128 - Pickering < > Helmsley.

Beck Isle Museum, Pickering

All Saints Parish Church - T: 01751 430216 www.kirkbymoorsideparish.org.uk

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FILEY

The former Coxwold home of 18th-Century vicar and author Laurence Sterne with delightful gardens (open seasonally). Service 31X Monday to Friday only.

Sinnington village

6.5 mile circular walk from town or Moorsbus service on scheduled days.

Compact town with cobbled market street, a market each Wednesday and a small but interesting range of local shops, cafés and pubs. Places to visit in the town and nearby:

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Scarborough is the original seaside resort with two spectacular bays; discover why visitors have been visiting for 400 years. ‘We do like to be beside the seaside’ for family fun, ice cream, donkey rides, crab stalls - the bucket & spades adventure that passes from one generation to the next because of its enduring appeal.

Shandy Hall & Garden www.laurencesternetrust.org.uk

Sheltered village in a lovely coastal setting with a wide bay and fine sands popular for paddling and stand up paddleboarding. Service Arriva X4 Middlesbrough < > Whitby.

Where possible, please advise the railway in advance of your visit so that staff can be on hand to assist boarding. T: 01751 472508 to advise or to discuss your particular access needs.

Accessible via East Yorkshire service 128, Reliance 31X and Moorsbus (seasonal only).

discoveryorkshirecoast.com northyorkmoors.org.uk visitryedale.co.uk howardianhills.org.uk

SCARBOROUGH

A family favourite for exploring hidden marvels underwater as well as a rainforest adventure and discovering amazing facts about the creatures and their habitats. Catch the 9A bus from outside the train station.

Runswick Bay

120 acres of parkland, lakes and ponds containing a collection of over 6,000 trees from around the world. CastleLine Service from Malton and York.

KIRKBYMOORSIDE

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Whitby is famous for its maritime and fishing history, for Jet, the black gemstone beloved by the Victorians, Captain Cook’s ship, HMS Endeavour, built in the town, its literary connection with Bram Stoker’s Dracula and for the world famous Goth Festivals. Taste the sea with fish & chips at award winning restaurants such as The Magpie and take home a kipper from Fortune’s traditional smokehouse.

SEA LIFE Scarborough - T: 01723 373414 www.visitsealife.com/scarborough

Once the haunt of smugglers, this National Park village is famous for its Jurassic-era fossils, sweeping bay and atmospheric alleys. Service Arriva X93 Middlesbrough < > Scarborough.

The Edwardian resort of Filey is the ultimate ‘sit back and relax’ location with its gentle pace of life and the place to let the kids run free along endless stretches of sandy beach, to play cricket, to fly a kite or to build a sandcastle - while you doze in a deckchair.

Rievaulx Terrace - T: 01439 748283 www.nationaltrust.org.uk/rievaulx-terrace

For further information and advice when planning your trip to the North York Moors, Yorkshire Coast and Howardian Hills AONB, talk to the friendly and dedicated team at the Tourism Bureau on 01723 383636.

THE YORKSHIRE COAST www.discoveryorkshirecoast.com T: 01723 383636

WHITBY

Helmsley Castle - T: 01439 770442 www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/helmsley-castle

WHERE TO FIND OUT MORE

Staithes

Explore a coastline with three distinctly different resorts and enjoy activities to match your mood, from mysterious Whitby to vibrant Scarborough and to Filey for peace and tranquillity.

Helmsley Arts Centre - T: 01439 771700 helmsleyarts.co.uk

A guide to public transport for the North York Moors and Yorkshire Coast.

Scarborough

Robin Hood’s Bay

Pickering Castle - T: 01751 474989 www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/pickering-castle

North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR)

ATTRACTIONS Alpamare Water Park Scarborough - T: 01723 861431 www.alpamare.co.uk

From the Alps to Scarborough, Alpamare is a waterpark unlike any other, with outdoor heated pools and waterslides. The Alpine-style wellness centre and spa is perfect for relaxation and pampering yourself.

Ampleforth Abbey & Tea Rooms - T: 01439 766000 www.ampleforth.org.uk Some of the 31X services stop at Ampleforth College.

Byland Abbey www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/byland-abbey

Ruins of one of the great medieval monasteries of the North. Service 31X Monday to Friday only.

Captain Cook Museum - T: 01947 601900 www.cookmuseumwhitby.co.uk

Discover and learn about explorer Captain James Cook’s travels and adventures in the house where he learnt the ways of the sea.

Castle Howard - T: 01653 648333 www.castlehoward.co.uk

Grand stately home with grounds, gardens, a farm shop, a garden centre and campsite. CastleLine Service from Malton and York.

Dalby Forest - T: 01751 460295 www.forestryengland.uk/dalby-forest

Forest walking, running and world-class bike trails, picnic sites, Go Ape, family play areas and Visitor Centre. Access via Coastliner 840 service, which stops at entrance to Forest, and a seasonal Moorsbus service.

Eden Camp - T: 01653 697777 www.edencamp.co.uk

Theme museum on the civilian and social history of World War II, built in a POW camp. Visit time up to 4 hours. 2 miles north of Malton, on Coastliner 840 service between Pickering and Malton. Bus stop 500 yards from entrance.

Filey Bird Garden & Animal Park - T: 01723 514439 www.fileybirdgarden.com

Set in a five acre park surrounded by stunning countryside. Discover a fascinating mixture of animals, nature, exotic birds and gardens.

Flamingo Land - T: 0800 40 888 40 www.flamingoland.co.uk

Zoo and theme park. 6 miles north of Malton, on Coastliner 840 service between Pickering and Malton. Bus stop 500 yards from entrance.

Newburgh Priory www.newburghpriory.co.uk

Large 17th and 18th Century house with extensive grounds. Open April-June Wed and Sun only. Service 31X to Coxwold on Wednesdays. Bus stop 1,000 yards.

The Yorkshire Arboretum - T: 01653 648598 www.yorkshirearboretum.org

National Centre for Birds of Prey

Whitby Abbey - T: 01947 603568 www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/whitby-abbey

Whitby Abbey with its imposing ruins set high on a cliff sets the scene for almost 2000 years of spellbinding history. Interactive activities at the visitors centre will intrigue all the family.

Wolds Way Lavender, Wintringham - T: 01944 758641 www.woldswaylavender.co.uk

Lavender and nature farm. Coastliner 843 Malton < > Scarborough bus route. Bus stop 500yrds from entrance.

Yorkshire Lavender, Terrington - T: 01653 648008 www.yorkshirelavender.com

182 Foston < > Malton bus route, operated two days per week by Ryedale Community Transport.

COUNTRYSIDE STOP-OFFS

USEFUL CONTACTS Traveline public transport info - T: 0871 200 22 33 www.traveline.info Arriva North East - T: 0844 800 44 11 www.arrivabus.co.uk

East Yorkshire Buses - T: 01482 592929 www.eyms.co.uk Moorsbus - T: 01751 477216 www.moorsbus.org

Ryedale Community Transport - T: 01653 699059 www.ryedalect.org/services/bus-service/ Transdev (Coastliner/CastleLine/York & Country) T: 01653 692556 or 0113 244 8976 www.transdevbus.co.uk

Cleveland Way National Trail - One-way 109 mile walk from Helmsley to Filey,

INFORMATION CENTRES

Goathland (Harry Potter’s Hogsmeade and Heartbeat’s ‘Aidensfield’)

Helmsley Community Library

with circular walk options. Accessible via Coaster 12/13 and 128 (for start and finish) With a walk down to Mallyan Spout waterfall or across moorland to Wheeldale Roman Road. Coastliner 840. Also NYMR service.

Hovingham village and Hovingham Hall - T: 01653 628771 www.howardianhills.org.uk/out-and-about.

The starting point for walks in Howardian Hills. Served by York and Country 194.

Hole of Horcum

A natural beauty spot in the National Park, ideal for walking/picnic. Accessed from Coastliner 840 Pickering < > Whitby service at Saltergate car park.

Hunmanby

A traditional picturesque village set on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds looking towards the Yorkshire coast over farmland. As you walk through the village you will be reminded of a bygone era with a typical English village setting with its market place, village green, church, traditional chalk built houses, independent shops and pubs.

Kirkdale and St. Gregory’s Minster - West of Kirkbymoorside.

1.5 mile walk from Kirkbymoorside or from Nawton/Beadlam on East Yorkshire 128.

Kirkham Priory - T: 01653 618768 www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/kirkham-priory

A ¾ mile downhill walk from Whitwell-on-the-Hill stop - Coastliner Malton < > York 840, 843, X40 X43 services.

Ravenscar village

First planned as a holiday resort in the late-19th century but never finished, Ravenscar has a dramatic view across to Robin Hood’s Bay and a small National Trust visitor centre. Service 115 Scarborough < > Ravenscar.

Thornton le Dale

Town Hall, Market Place, Helmsley YO62 5BL Open Tuesday 10:00 - 13.00 Thursday - Saturday 10:00 - 16:00

Malton - Ryedale District Council

Ryedale House, Old Malton Road, Malton YO17 7HH Open Monday to Friday 09:00 - 16:00

Trailblazer Outdoors

17 Market Place, Pickering YO18 7AE Open Monday to Saturday 09:30 - 17:30

Filey Tourist Information Point At Filey Evron Centre YO14 9DQ

Whitby Tourist Information Centre

Harbour Office, Langbourne Road, Whitby YO21 1YN. T: 01723 383636

SCARBOROUGH Discover Yorkshire Coast

Discover Yorkshire Coast is a contact centre based in the Town Hall in Scarborough which deals with telephone enquiries for the Yorkshire Coast and North York Moors. T: 01723 383636 Email: tourismbureau@scarborough.gov.uk

Scarborough Central Information Point

at Stephen Joseph Theatre YO11 1JW

Scarborough Information Points Open Air Theatre Box Office YO12 6PF

Open daily 11am - 5 pm. Closed Wednesdays. Closed from 23rd - 26th December, and on New Year’s Day.

Market Hall St Helens Square, YO11 1EU Open daily Monday to Saturday.

NATIONAL PARK CENTRES The Moors National Park Centre

Lodge Lane, Danby YO21 2NB T: 01439 772737 Open daily April - October 10am - 5pm. Open daily November - March 10.30am - 4pm. (Weekends only January - mid-February)

Sutton Bank National Park Centre

Sutton Bank, Thirsk YO7 2EH T: 01845 597426 Open daily April - October 10am - 5pm. Open daily November - March 10.30am - 4pm. (Weekends only January - mid-February)