Yorkshire Activities and Adventure Attractions

    Activities and Adventure

  • Alpamare Scarborough

    Alpamare is an amazing water park, like no other in the UK. With a wide selection of slides and pools. There is the enormous wave pool, the splash and play pool, the 35°C outdoor pool and the Infinity pool filled with iodine water a great place to relax and enjoy the view of the bay.

    Alpamare Scarborough Website Map Where to Stay
  • Birds of Prey

    Enjoy the thrills and excitement of falconry at the Birds of Prey and Conservation Centre, with over 70 birds and 30 species. You can meet and sponsor the birds. You can also buy a Family Flying Encounter where you can meet and fly at least five different birds including owls, kestrels and hawks.

    Birds of Prey Website Map Where to Stay
  • Bridestones Crosscliff and Blakey Topping

    Moorland nature reserve with unusual and unique rock formations at Dalby, near Pickering.

    Bridestones Crosscliff and Blakey Topping Website Map Where to Stay
  • Bygone Classics Car Hire

    Bygone Classics offer classic vehicles for hire. They have lots to choose from - the experiences make an excellent present - even to treat yourself !

    Bygone Classics Car Hire Website Map Where to Stay
  • Dalby Forest

    This large forest, located in the south of the North York Moors National Park, hosts 13 walking trails, 6 cycling trails, 4 running trails, 2 play areas, Go Ape, cafes, BBQ & picnic sites, bike hire and an activities centre. Dogs are very welcome.

    Dalby Forest Website Map Where to Stay
  • Dales Bike Centre

    Dales Bike Centre provides for the every need of cyclists visiting the Yorkshire Dales National Park. It is based in Fremington, near Reeth, Swaledale with it's famous mountain biking hill climb Fremington Edge! The Tour de France 5 July 2014 Stage One passes nearby.

    Dales Bike Centre Website Map Where to Stay
  • Diggerland Yorkshire

    For the best day out ever ! Diggerland in Castleford, Leeds they offer children's and adult's parties, school and group visits. Diggers, dumpers, bulldozers, plus a swing in a giant JCB scoop and buried treasure dig.

    Diggerland Yorkshire Website Map Where to Stay
  • Dinostar

    Visit our exciting, interactive dinosaur museum in Hull. Highlights include a Tyrannosaurus Rex skull, Triceratops bones you can touch and our unique Dinosaur Sound Box. Open to the public and offer school trips and workshops.

    Dinostar Website Map Where to Stay
  • Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway

    Bolton Abbey Station has been lovingly re-created in the original Midland Railway style of the 1800s. They very regularly hold events on the railway, such as 'Winter Warmers' rides, Santa train rides, Faulty Towers' dining experience Mothers' Day, cream tea rides and many more.

    Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway Website Map Where to Stay
  • Filey Bird Garden and Animal Park

    This 5 acre award winning family run attraction was opened in 2008 and offers a mixture of exotic birds, animals and gardens. It's a great choice if you're looking for a fun place to visit with the children or a peaceful place to the spend the afternoon.

    Filey Bird Garden and Animal Park Website Map Where to Stay
  • Flamborough Fire Festival

    Dress up as a Viking and get free entry ! The festival offer fireworks, fire artistry & all things Viking ! It is held on New Year's Eve and last was on in 2019 !

    Flamborough Fire Festival Website Map Where to Stay
  • Flamingo Land

    Flamingo Land Theme Park, between Malton and Pickering is one of the UK's premier attractions with spectacular rides, a world famous zoo with conservation projects and a great holiday resort.

    Flamingo Land Website Map Where to Stay
  • Forbidden Corner

    The Forbidden Corner, 'The Strangest Place in the World' is a unique labyrinth of tunnels, chambers, follies and surprises created in a four acre garden in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. Visits to this award- winning attraction must be pre-booked. Opens at the end of March til the beginning of November and Sundays up to Christmas.

    Forbidden Corner Website Map Where to Stay
  • Go Ape at Temple Newsam

    High up in the trees, Park Adventure can be found in the heart of Menagerie Woods at Temple Newsam. Clamber up Miller's stairs for an hour of action-packed fun in the trees and experience a series of high-speed zip wires, guaranteed to make you smile.

    Go Ape at Temple Newsam Website Map Where to Stay
  • Howden Minster

    Howden Mister is a large Grade I listed Church of England church in the Diocese of York. It is the 14th century elaborately decorated ruins of the chancel and chapter house.

    Howden Minster Website Map Where to Stay
  • Ingleborough Caves

    Wonderful show cave near Ingleton and Settle offering stunning cave formations, the imposing and the large passages full of artefacts dating back millions of years. Also offering adventure tours trips for children into the further reaches of the Cave.

    Ingleborough Caves Website Map Where to Stay
  • Kilnsey Park

    Kilnsey Park offers fly fishing in spectacular surroundings near Grassington in Wharfedale. 2 lakes are well stocked with hard fighting Rainbow, Blue, Brown and Golden trout from 2lb to 20lb+. There is also a Farm Shop, a Nature Trail, Fun for the Kids and Red Squirrel enclosures.

    Kilnsey Park Website Map Where to Stay
  • Lightwater Valley

    Visit Lightwater Valley near Ripon and Harrogate for some amazing rides, including Europe's longest rollercoaster - The Ultimate, as well as the stomach churning, mighty Eagle's Claw and the splashtastic Wild River Rapids

    Lightwater Valley Website Map Where to Stay
  • Live For Today

    With over 20 Yorkshire Outdoor Activities and Offsite Adventure Days running all year round we offer the best activities in the best locations. What's in store for your next Yorkshire adventure?

    Live For Today Website Map Where to Stay
  • Magna Science Adventure

    A unique, interactive day out at one of the most awe-inspiring indoor attractions, featuring Fire, Water, Earth and Air, and not forgetting the mighty Big Melt. Magna also features one of Europe's largest outdoor high-tec playgrounds, SciTek and AquaTek

    Magna Science Adventure Website Map Where to Stay
  • Malton Festival of Racing

    Malton Festival of Racing gives racing fans and local people the opportunity to go behind-the-scenes at the yards of some of Yorkshire's best known racehorse trainers. Visitors will also have the chance to look around one of racing's crown jewels in the form of the Injured Jockeys Fund northern rehabilitation centre, Jack Berry House.

    Malton Festival of Racing Website
  • Masham Riding & Trekking Centre

    Masham Riding & Trekking Centre is set in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales on the Swinton Estate, providing trekking and basic riding lessons in an outdoor arena. The riding centre caters for all levels of riding skill and all ages of rider.

    Masham Riding & Trekking Centre Website Map Where to Stay
  • North Bay Railway

    The North Bay Railway has been operating trains since 1931 and is one of the most historic seaside miniature railway in the United Kingdom. Offering a wide range of attractions including the Sky Trail, Boating Lake and Historic Water Chute.

    North Bay Railway Website Map Where to Stay
  • North of England Activity Centre

    Based near York, the Activity Centre covers 34 acres and includes purpose built embankments, an exciting off-road driving course with steep gradients, water gullies and mud swamps. They offer professional tuition and fun team building activities.

    North of England Activity Centre Website Map Where to Stay
  • Scarborough Sealife Centre

    Located on Scarborough's North Bay, within 3 iconic triangular buildings, SEA LIFE Scarborough offers a unique mix of indoor and outdoor exhibits and over 50 displays of marine life including seals, otters and penguins. Enjoy a hands-on rockpool experience and learn some amazing facts about underwater creatures.

    Scarborough Sealife Centre Website Map Where to Stay
  • Settle Falconry

    Yorkshire Dales Falconry Centre lies 3 miles from Settle. It houses around 35 birds of prey including various species of Eagles, Vultures, Hawks, Falcons and Owls from around the world. Apart from Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day, the Falconry Centre is open daily from 10am.

    Settle Falconry Website Map Where to Stay
  • Settle-Carlisle Railway

    The Settle and Carlisle Railway is a 73 mile long railway journey crossing beautiful landscape in the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District. Highlights include the Ribblehead and Dent Head Viaducts, Dent Station, the highest station in England at 1150 ft, Appleby and the Eden Valley.

    Settle-Carlisle Railway Website Map Where to Stay
  • Skipton Boat Trips

    Britain's longest inland waterway finally opened in 1816 and remains largely unaltered to this day. On a Pennine Boat Trip you can enjoy the scenery as you travel slowly through the Pennines and Yorkshire Dales.

    Skipton Boat Trips Website Map Where to Stay
  • Snozone at Xscape, Castleford

    Snozone is a leading indoor destination in the UK for Snowsports on real snow, located in the Xscape centre in Castleford, West Yorkshire. From learning a new sport to coaching for high performance, Snozone can help you progress and have fun whilst sustaining a healthy lifestyle!

    Snozone at Xscape, Castleford Website Map Where to Stay
  • Stockeld Park

    Stockeld Park, a world of active adventure and fun for all the family throughout the year from a real ice rink in the winter, summer interactive play to halloween and christmas adventures. Perfectly located on the A661 between Harrogate and Leeds and just off the A1.

    Stockeld Park Website Map Where to Stay
  • Stump Cross Caverns

    Stump Cross Caverns is one of Britain's premier show caves, located in Nidderdale on the border of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Open 9am - 6pm 7 days a week. They hold special events throughout the year. From primary to university age, Stump Cross Caverns provide interesting and informative visits to the caves.

    Stump Cross Caverns Website Map Where to Stay
  • The Deep

    The Deep, one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world is located in Hull, East Yorkshire. This award-winning visitor attraction is home to over 3,500 fish including spectacular sharks and rays making it the perfect family day out.

    The Deep Website Map Where to Stay
  • The Scarborough Fair Collection

    The Scarborough Fair Collection hosts a magnificent working collection of Vintage Cars, Steam Engines, Vintage Fairground Rides and Mechanical Organs topped off with a ‘Mighty' Wurlitzer Organ in our spacious ballroom.

    The Scarborough Fair Collection Website Map Where to Stay
  • Tree Top Nets Adventure

    If you are near Lightwater Valley, and have time, enjoy this adventure high in the trees. There are giant bouncy nets with super slides, tree houses, tunnels and ball zones. Open 10 am - 5pm.

    Tree Top Nets Adventure Website Map Where to Stay
  • Underbank Activity Centre

    This activity centre, at Stocksbridge, near Sheffield offers Archery, Artificial Climbing, Bridge 75, Bush Craft Skills, Canoeing, Challenge Orienteering, Children's Parties, Climbing Tower, Fire Building, Kayaking, Leap of Faith, Mountain Biking, Orienteering, Outdoor Climbing,Problem Solving, Raft Building, Rocket Launching, Shelter Building, Stand Up Paddle Boarding, Survival Skills,Team Building, Weaseling & Zip Line.

    Underbank Activity Centre Website Map Where to Stay
  • Wensleydale Equestrian Riding Centre

    Wensleydale Equestrian offers a full range of riding and equestrian activities and facilities.Trekking and hacking out from short lead rein hacks to full day treks, for both experienced and novice riders. Riding lessons for groups or individuals, experience range from novice to experienced riders.

    Wensleydale Equestrian Riding Centre Website Map Where to Stay
  • Wensleydale Railway

    One of the longest heritage railway lines in the UK, Wensleydale Railway runs 16 miles from Leeming Bar to Redmire through the magnificent scenery of the Yorkshire Dales. Making a great day out, the Railway also offers including guided walks and excursions.

    Wensleydale Railway Website Map Where to Stay
  • White Scar Caves

    Deep beneath Ingleborough Hill, in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, lies a hidden world which has been sculpted by nature over thousands of years. White Scar Caves is the longest show cave in England. They open everyday from February to November and weekends over the winter.

    White Scar Caves Website Map Where to Stay
  • William's Den

    William's Den includes indoor and outdoor wood and rope structures, with zip wires, tyre swings and places to make your own den in. This adventure playground hasn't been open long, but won many awards already. The host children's parties and school trips.

    William's Den Website Map Where to Stay
  • York Dungeons

    The York Dungeon brings together an amazing cast of theatrical actors, special effects, stages, scenes and a ride in a truly unique and exciting walkthrough experience that you see, hear, touch, smell and feel. It's hilarious fun and it's sometimes a bit scary.

    York Dungeons Website Map Where to Stay
  • York Ghost Walk

    We offer a night of history and mystery. A thought provoking evening of fun drama to capture the imagination and inspire the mind. We promise a unique opportunity to discover the hidden magic of our Ancient City through the real art of storytelling.

    York Ghost Walk Website Map Where to Stay
  • Yorkshire 4x4

    Yorkshire 4x4 is the home of the ultimate thrill! Our adrenaline-fuelled offroad driving adventures are the most exhilarating, challenging and fun days out you could ever have ! Experience 4 x 4 Off Road Taster, Hummer Off Road Experience, Quad Biking, JCB Racing, Off Road & Rally and Silverstone Rage Buggy Rally.

    Yorkshire 4x4 Website Map Where to Stay
  • Yorkshire Dales Flyfishing

    The Yorkshire Dales are a special place with magnificent scenery, rich wildlife habitats and fantastic fly fishing. They have many fast flowing rivers and streams, and upland lakes providing abundant fly life, and good stocks of brown trout and grayling, make the Yorkshire Dales rivers perfect for fly fishing.

    Yorkshire Dales Flyfishing Website Map Where to Stay
  • Yorkshire Dales Guides

    Adventure Activities above and below ground in the Yorkshire Dales offering caving, climbing and abseiling, skills for walking, guided walks, challenge events, team building, school and youth groups, Bowland GPS trails, and film location management

    Yorkshire Dales Guides Website Map Where to Stay