Things to do in North Yorkshire Moors

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  • 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

    Agricultural Shows

  • Castleton Show

    The Castleton Show is a traditional North York Moors village affair with many attractions. It boasts ‘A road race for fell runners and a fell race for road runners'. Held on the second Saturday in September.

    Castleton Show Website Map Where to Stay
  • Farndale Show

    Enjoy the Farndale Agricultural Show in the North York Moors National Park near Rosedale Abbey and within an hour's drive from Whitby. Find special attractions, such as dog displays and flying shows and demonstrations, such as sheep shearing and wool spinning. Held annually on August Bank holiday.

    Farndale Show Website Map Where to Stay
  • Rosedale Show

    Rosedale Show in Milburn Arms Field at Rosedale Abbey, North York Moors, offers displays of Cattle, Goats, Hunters, Heavy Horses, Ponies, Jumping, Sheep, Produce, Flowers Fruit, Vegetables, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Pigeons, Poultry, Vintage Tractors and Scarecrows. Held every year in August.

    Rosedale Show Website Map Where to Stay
  • Ryedale Show

    Find Ryedale Show in Welburn Park, Kirkbymoorside between Pickering and Helmsley in the North York Moors National Park. Situated within a natural amphitheatre, there are eight rings running throughout the day, exhibiting prime cattle, horses, sheep, pigs and goats. Held every year at the end of July.

    Ryedale Show Website Map Where to Stay

    Castles, Gardens and Stately Homes

  • Falling Foss Tea Garden and Waterfall

    Take a picturesque walk through a woodland tea garden, set in the grounds of Midge Hall, a tiny cottage at the top of 30 foot Falling Foss Waterfall in Whitby, North York Moors. Open from the Easter holidays to the end of September. Perfect place to relax and unwind and enjoy light refreshment.

    Falling Foss Tea Garden and Waterfall   Website Map Where to Stay
  • Rievaulx Terrace

    The National Trust owns this abbey ruin, located in the North York Moors National Park, in the market town of Helmsley. At either end of the terrace stand two mid 18th century small Palladian temples, the Tuscan Temple and the Ionic Temple. The temples are open 10am – 4pm, 7 days a week until the 4th November.

    Rievaulx Terrace Website Map Where to Stay