Yorkshire and The Humber
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Our most recommended Yorkshire and The Humber UNESCO Sites

  • English Heritage: Attractions Pass for Overseas Visitors

    1. English Heritage: Attractions Pass for Overseas Visitors

    Get a range of benefits with a 9-day or 16-day single or family English Heritage Overseas Visitor Pass, offering free entry to more than 100 stately homes, castles, prehistoric remains and gardens the length and breadth of England. Only available to non-UK residents, the great value pass will save you money even if you only visit 2 or 3 attractions, making a 9-day pass suitable for a weekend break. You can visit as many English Heritage attractions as you like, and come back as many times as you want to. But the more places you visit, the more money you save! Plan your vacation with the help of our overseas visitor Guidebook. The English Heritage website will also help you plan your visit before you travel. Once you have decided which attractions to explore, there is no need to get your money out at every attraction, and no need to keep track of your spending. The monuments bring the ...

    We were able to visit quite a few places that we might otherwise have not seen- a great opportunity; as well as the ones we had planned on going to.

  • From York: Haworth and Yorkshire Dales Day Trip

    2. From York: Haworth and Yorkshire Dales Day Trip

    Start your tour from York city center. Stop at the Bingley Five Rise Locks, a spectacular feat of engineering constructed in 1774. Move on to Haworth, where the Bronte family lived from 1820. Visit the Bronte Parsonage Museum and the Bronte Memorial Chapel in the nearby church, or explore the quaint shops on the main street and have a leisurely lunch in one of the traditional English cafes. Head up Penistone Hill to admire the moorland views towards Top Withens, where the Brontes walked to gain inspiration, before heading north for your afternoon in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Arrive in the traditional Dales village of Linton to explore Linton Falls, before continuing through the National Park. Stop at Bolton Abbey to explore the Priory Church and ruins of the 12th-century Augustinian Priory in its beautiful riverside setting, or take the stepping stones challenge if you are fee...

    Most of all, the guide, Mark, was so friendly and warm, so it was easy to enjoy the trip. We visited several lovely small towns and beautiful natural sites. I loved the picturesque background of the Bolton Abby, and Haworth was lovely and meaningful because of its literary value.

  • 3-day Yorkshire Dales and Peak District Tour from Manchester

    3. 3-day Yorkshire Dales and Peak District Tour from Manchester

    Day 1: Travel to the Peak District. In the late morning, you will arrive in Castleton. This quaint old town attracts travelers from all over the world for its quintessential English charm. Nearby, there are caves, a beautiful view up a valley, and an insightful information center. Venture to the beautiful valley at Monsal Head. There’s an old rail line viaduct that emerges from the green hills. It’s a gorgeous structure with an impressive history. If you’re hungry, then you’re in luck, because you’re stopping for lunch in Bakewell. Not only is this town delicious to look at, but it’s also the home of one of England’s most famous desserts, the Bakewell Pudding. After savoring every last crumb, head over to Chatsworth House. This luxurious stately home is incredible; you can admire the architecture, get lost in a massive maze, or praise precious art. Finally, head off in the early eveni...

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What people are saying about Yorkshire and The Humber

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 13 reviews

Great day out with very knowledgeable driver/guide.

Starting at 9.00am across from the Minster,this was one of the best days out that my wife and I have had.Travelling through York,with a bit o social history was very interesting.Once into the countryside,the views were superb( and we are Scottish....used to great views!).Our guide,Chris,was constantly giving interesting facts but in a very informal and user friendly fashion.We visited a variety of villages and interesting hamlets with 2 hours in Haworth,plenty of time for a visit to the Bronte Parsonage and a lovely lunch in one of the many and varied cafes,pubs and restaurants.Great day out and even allow we had travelled often in Yorkshire,it was much better being a passenger!! Thank you for a great day out.Regards Jim and Cath Greenock.

Friendly guide, amazing destinations

The tour was run by a local group, Rabbie’s. There were only 4 of us sharing a Mercedes van so felt like a private tour. The guide/driver was informational and friendly. B&B has good breakfast.

Smallgroup. Friendly. Knowledgable driver. Saw a lot within time constraints. Free time.

Superb i really enjoyed my trip. Chris our guide was superb....

covered a wide variety of places and beautiful scenery.