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Yorkshire

YORKSHIRE

The largest county in England, Yorkshire has plenty to offer every type of visitor. From the rugged expanses of the Yorkshire Dales and the twisting labyrinth of streets in York to the superb, unspoilt beaches of Scarborough, a visit to Yorkshire allows you to make your break just what you want it to be. You’ll also discover that there’s much more to the local cuisine than just pie and mash, as Yorkshire is home to some of the best restaurants in the country.

Explore York

A visit to Yorkshire isn’t complete without a visit to the city of York. This ancient, compact city is a meandering maze of streets and passages with a surprise around every corner. You can explore the boutique shopping on offer in The Shambles or take a stroll down the UK’s narrowest street, Wipmawopmagate, or brave the stairs in York Minster and gain an unparalleled view of the city and the surrounding countryside.

Wild and Wonderful Scenery

Those who enjoy the Great Outdoors are spoilt for choice as there’s an abundance of wild and wonderful scenery in Yorkshire. The North Yorkshire Moors National Park is breathtaking in its sheer size and offers plenty of opportunities for those who enjoy walking, cycling and horse-riding. However, it’s also home to some sites of historic interest, including prehistoric settlements and crumbling abbeys.

Gastronomic Yorkshire

When it comes to food, Yorkshire is cementing its position as a serious gastronomic contender. It has six Michelin-starred restaurants – the most of any county in England. If you feel like treating your taste-buds then The Box Tree in Ilkley serves contemporary French cuisine. For something equally delicious but a little less formal, visit the Black Swan pub in Oldstead.

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March
Huddersfield Literature Festival
Huddersfield Literature Festival

Celebrating the written word by bringing big name authors to Huddersfield and supporting local talent

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The Yorkshire Brass Band Championships
The Yorkshire Brass Band Championships

A weekend of pulsating music making at St. Georges's Hall, Bradford. (photo ©VisitEngland/Marketing Gloucester)

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April
Harrogate Spring Flower Show
Harrogate Spring Flower Show

The North of England Horticultural Society (NEHS) is a leading gardening charity set up more than 100 years ago to support and promote horticulture across the north.

The society organises and runs the twice yearly shows at Harrogate

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The Grand National
The Grand National

The biggest race of the year. (photo - VisitEngland/Marketing Birmingham)

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May
Swaledale Festival
Swaledale Festival

The Swaledale Festival takes place over two weeks in May and June each year, in churches, chapels, castles, ‘Literary Institutes’, pubs, fields and village halls scattered around Swaledale, Arkengarthdale and Wensleydale. (photo - VisitEngland/VisitDerby/Matthew Jones Photography)

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June
Dales Festival of Food and Drink
Dales Festival of Food and Drink

Weaving together the three fundamental elements that make the Dales Festival of Food and Drink a success – Food, Farming and Fun (photo - VisitEngland/Diana Jarvis)

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Hebden Bridge Arts Festival
Hebden Bridge Arts Festival

Quirky and distinctive, Hebden Bridge Arts Festival is an annual celebration of thetown’s creativity and unique landscape. (photo- VisitEngland/VisitDerby/Matthew Jones Photography)

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July
Yorkshire Dales Food And Drink Festival
Yorkshire Dales Food And Drink Festival

This festival is jam-packed with things to do including local chef and crafting demonstrations, a selection of hands on workshops, a vintage fun fair, kid’s activities, tasting sessions, live music, hundreds of exhibitors and the best street food and drink the UK has to offer! (photo - VisitEngland/Diana Jarvis)

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September
Harrogate Autumn Flower Show
Harrogate Autumn Flower Show

The North of England Horticultural Society (NEHS) is a leading gardening charity set up more than 100 years ago to support and promote horticulture across the north.
The society organises and runs the twice yearly Harrogate Flower Shows, widely regarded as the biggest and most prestigious independent shows in the gardening year.

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