North Yorkshire is home to cobbled streets, medieval walls, inviting beaches, historical monuments, cosy pubs, and a wealth of experiences that make this the perfect destination for your next motorhome adventure. Head to the National Railway Museum, home to iconic locomotives and an unrivalled collection of engineering feats. Celebrate the past, present and future of railway innovation as you discover the history of rail travel. Get up close to icons of the rails, including Mallard, the world’s fastest steam locomotive, or discover the beginnings of high-speed rail travel. Journey back in time to experience the hustle and bustle of a station in times gone by. Explore over 200 years of history and discover how railways shaped our world as we know it.
Discover the Valley Garden as you wander through 17 acres of woodland known as The Pinewoods. Feel immersed in nature as you listen to the sounds of birdsong and observe the local flora and fauna. Explore Bogs Field, where 36 different mineral wells lie – the greatest number of mineral springs in any known place. Head to Peasholm Park, voted the 6th Best Park in the UK and 25th Best Park in the whole of Europe in the Trip Advisor Traveller’s Choice Awards. Feel inspired by the park’s beautiful system of streams and waterfalls, mini bridges and mystical gardens. Rent a boat at the Peasholm Bolt Deck and spend a lazy summer afternoon rowing on the serene boating lake. Catch a live show at the Peasholm Bandstand – magically positioned in the middle of the lake, right in front of the largest waterfall – or spend summers staring in wonder at firework shows hosted there.
Discover the Brimham Rocks – a weird and wonderful collection of rock formations, sculpted over centuries by ice, wind and rain. Climb rock formations that tower heather moorland to take in stunning panoramic views across Nidderdale and to the Vale of York. Let your imagination run wild as you explore the labyrinth of paths through this unique landscape. The surrounding moorland abounds with wildlife and there are picnic spots aplenty. In summer the heather flowers turn the moorland purple, attracting bees and butterflies. This intriguing landscape is like no other you will have seen.