Holidays to the North Yorkshire Moors National Park
North York Moors is famous for its wild heather moorland, softly wooded dales, and 25-mile coastline known as the “dinosaur coast” where a profusion of fossils going back 200 million years can be seen. England’s most wooded national park has a fifth of its area covered by forests where native oak, ash, birch and rowan abound.
The park’s rich heritage includes medieval abbeys, castles and tudor mansions in various states of repair. The North Yorkshire Moors Railway offers a memorable trip from past times under steam power from the market town of Pickering to the seaside resort of Whitby.
Where to stay
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Things to do
Danby – The Moors National Park Centre
Lodge Lane, YO21 2NB
The Moors National Park Centre | 01439 772737
Sutton Bank – National Park Centre
Sutton Bank, Thirsk, YO7 2EH
Sutton Bank – National Park Centre | 01845 597426
Helmsley Tourist Information Centre
Helmsley Castle, Castlegate, YO62 5AB
Helmsley TIC | 01439 770442
Pickering Tourist Information Centre
The Ropery, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 8DY
Pickering TIC | 01751 473791
Scarborough – Brunswick Centre
Westborough, YO11 1UE
Scarborough TIC | 01723 383636
Whitby Tourist Information Centre
Langbourne Road, YO21 1YN
Scarborough TIC | 01723 383637
North Yorkshire Moors National Park Authority
The Old Vicarage, Bondgate, Helmsley, York, YO62 5BP
www.northyorkmoors.org.uk | 01439 772700
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