In a sheltered walled garden by the River Rye, this National Trust run 17th century manor house has a fascinating collection of period miniature rooms.
What makes it special
- Picturesque Yorkshire manor house
- Organic garden
Mondays: closed until 27th May (except during school holidays)
February to 8th March: 10:30 - 16:00
9th March to 3rd November: 10:30 - 17:00
November & December:
Monday to Thursday: closed
Friday: open to 17:00
Saturday & Sunday: open to 16:00
Adult: £10:30 (£12.00 if Gift Aided)
Child: £5.50 (£6.05 if Gift Aided)
Family: £26.00 (£29.70 if Gift Aided)
Group Adult: £8.25
Other things to do nearby
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Walk around the picturesque Hole of Horcum in the North York Moors. Lockton is the start of the 5.6 mile Bride Stones walk, taking in some of the Moors famous geological features.
Mountain Biking in Dalby Forest is a must for biking enthusiasts, with over 40 miles of man made trails at your wheels.
The National Park has over 1400 miles of cycle ways for you to discover. Get out and about on your bike and enjoy the landscape.
Sightseeing has never been so much fun! Hop on and off as much as you like, and see all the sights that the city has to offer.
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The largest fleet of modern sightseeing boats outside London. Sit back, relax and enjoy York by day or night down the River Ouse. Visit the website
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Explore York by bike on one of the City Cycling route maps from hostel. A great way to explore, you can stop any time for a spot of sightseeing or maybe a treat in the famous Betty's Tea Rooms.