A "ewe-nique" venue and the ideal place for a great day or evening out.
Black Sheep Brewery Website
A spectacular mediaeval fortress, preserved in outstanding condition and situated in the heart of Wensleydale.
Bolton Castle Website
The substantial remains of an abbey of Premonstratensian 'white canons', which can be reached via a pleasant walk from Richmond Castle.
Easby Abbey Website
Founded in 1156, Jervaulx Abbey was once a great Cistercian monastery.
Jervaulx Abbey Website
One of the leading theme parks in the UK, packed with over 40 rides and attractions.
Lightwater Valley Website
The childhood and favourite home of Richard III, Middleham Castle was a fortress of the mighty Neville family, Earls of Westmoreland and of Warwick.
Middleham Castle Website
Breathtakingly sited on a rocky promontory above the River Swale, the great castle of Richmond is among the oldest Norman stone fortresses in Britain, begun in the decades after the Conquest.
Richmond Castle Website
The strangest place in the world, a unique labyrinth of tunnels, chambers, follies and surprises created in a four acre garden in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales.
The Forbidden Corner Website
The Wensleydale Railway runs trains between Leeming Bar (near the A1/A684 jct) and Redmire (on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park), via Bedale and Leyburn.
The Wensleydale Railway Website
The Yorkshire Dales National Park was designated in 1954. This was in recognition of its extraordinary natural beauty, the diversity of its wildlife habitats, its rich cultural heritage and its fantastic opportunities for outdoor recreation.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park Website
Home to legendary Masham Ale Old Peculier.
Theakston's Brewery Website
Aysgarth Ingleton Website
Ripon Cathedral Website
Bowes Museum Website
National Trust - Brimham Rocks Website