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North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering

See 24 miles of Yorkshire’s amazing scenery and discover the historical locomotives that reside there. Day to day operation is carried out by volunteers who are ready, willing and able to provide an amazing experience for their visitors. Stay in the Railway Camping Coaches, wine and dine on the Pullman Dining train or explore the Young Engineer’s Centre; whichever you choose, this is definitely fun for all the family.

Howardian Hills, the Yorkshire Wolds

Nestled between the North York Moors National Park lie the Howardian Hills. Its a unique and captivating landscape with its well-wooded rolling countryside, patchwork of arable and pasture fields, scenic villages and historic country houses with classic parkland landscapes.

Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland

The castle enjoys more than its fair share of legends and myths. Once the royal seat of the Kings of Northumbria, Bamburgh Castle has stood guard over this beautiful coastline for over 1,400 years. Spanning nine acres of land on its rocky plateau, Bamburgh Castle is one of the largest inhabited castles in the country. With dragons and ghosts it’s also believed to be the site of Sir Lancelot’s castle, Joyous Garde!

Wensleydale, Kendal

Wensleydale is the upper valley of the River Urem and one of the Yorkshire Dales in North Yorkshire. As well as the fantastic views, there’s also the Wensleydale Creamery! Set in the heart of the dale, it’s the home of Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese and their fantastic Visitor Centre. Whether you’re a cheese-lover or just happen to be in the area, this is definitely not one to be missed!

Bailiffgate Museum and Gallery, Alnwick

Bailiffgate Museum and Gallery is a people’s Museum, where fascinating stories of the past are told about the town and district of Alnwick. A historic building in the town’s Castle Quarter which was previously a church, provides a calm and beautiful setting in which to celebrate their distinctive heritage, hold exhibitions and host events.

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The North East of England is a beautiful area of the country, full of history, diversity and beautiful scenery. Notable places such as Durham University (where parts of Harry Potter was filmed!), Hadrian’s Wall and Sandhaven Beach are all popular tourist destinations, but here’s five hidden gems of the North East that you might not be aware of.

North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering

See 24 miles of Yorkshire’s amazing scenery and discover the historical locomotives that reside there. Day to day operation is carried out by volunteers who are ready, willing and able to provide an amazing experience for their visitors. Stay in the Railway Camping Coaches, wine and dine on the Pullman Dining train or explore the Young Engineer’s Centre; whichever you choose, this is definitely fun for all the family.

Howardian Hills, the Yorkshire Wolds

Nestled between the North York Moors National Park lie the Howardian Hills. Its a unique and captivating landscape with its well-wooded rolling countryside, patchwork of arable and pasture fields, scenic villages and historic country houses with classic parkland landscapes.

Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland

The castle enjoys more than its fair share of legends and myths. Once the royal seat of the Kings of Northumbria, Bamburgh Castle has stood guard over this beautiful coastline for over 1,400 years. Spanning nine acres of land on its rocky plateau, Bamburgh Castle is one of the largest inhabited castles in the country. With dragons and ghosts it’s also believed to be the site of Sir Lancelot’s castle, Joyous Garde!

Wensleydale, Kendal

Wensleydale is the upper valley of the River Urem and one of the Yorkshire Dales in North Yorkshire. As well as the fantastic views, there’s also the Wensleydale Creamery! Set in the heart of the dale, it’s the home of Yorkshire Wensleydale cheese and their fantastic Visitor Centre. Whether you’re a cheese-lover or just happen to be in the area, this is definitely not one to be missed!

Bailiffgate Museum Gallery, Alnwick

Bailiffgate Museum and Gallery is a people’s Museum, where fascinating stories of the past are told about the town and district of Alnwick. A historic building in the town’s Castle Quarter which was previously a church, provides a calm and beautiful setting in which to celebrate their distinctive heritage, hold exhibitions and host events.