Discover East Yorkshire renowned for its breathtaking scenery and rolling hills and valleys of the ‘Wolds’. Ancient market towns, fine churches and magnificent country houses dot the landscape.
Explore East Yorkshire’s capital HULL famous for its iconic Humber Bridge. It was named City of Culture in 2017 and you can see why – from the modern architecture of The Deep and Scale Lane Bridge to its grand Georgian and Edwardian buildings. It is also home to Hull Minster and the Hepworth Arcade where Mr Marks & Mr Spencer had one of their first penny bazaars! The Old Town’s MUSEUMS QUARTER is a hidden treasure, where you’ll find the Streetlife Museum of Transport and Museum of Archaeology.
The historic market town of BEVERLEY has beauty and ‘small town’ charm in abundance. Some of the best flat racing takes place at Beverley Racecourse, which has been part of the town’s lifeblood since the 16th century! Discover lovingly preserved old streets and stone buildings and the awe-inspiring gothic Minster famous for its 13th century stone carvings!
BURTON CONSTABLE HALL is one of Yorkshire’s most spectacular country houses and one of its best kept secrets! There is much to do and see within and around this imposing Elizabethan mansion, with over 30 rooms bursting with fine arts, furniture, and many surprises from over 500 years of family histories. Outside there are 300 acres of grounds to explore with woodland and parkland walks and trails.
Be charmed by the beautiful city of YORK, where you can explore 2,000 years of history, from the ancient walls of Roman York to the Viking remains of Jorvik and the grandeur of Georgian York! Wander the city’s cobbled streets, and alleyways, discover unusual street names and independent shops. Not forgetting York Minster-one of the world’s most magnificent cathedrals.