Take in the city of Hull before arriving to explore picturesque Beverley. Pause at Market Weighton on your way to Pocklington. Stop at Stamford Bridge before reaching Driffield and then making your way to the seaside resort of Bridlington.
The 2017 City of Culture, Hull is located on the Humber Estuary in the shadow of the Humber Bridge. Packed with history and places to explore you can visit The Deep aquarium, The Streetlife Museum of Transport, the Arctic Corsair, Maister House and the Hull Maritime Museum.
Take in the charming Georgian streets of Beverley – home to the famous Beverley Minster and North Bar and numerous independent shops and restaurants. If you are feeling lucky then head to the races at Beverley Racecourse.
Rural Market Weighton in the East Yorkshire Wolds is home to the Kiplingcotes Derby and once hosted Britain’s largest sheep market. Today the picture postcard village with its Georgian and Victorian streets is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding countryside.
Explore the charming market town of Pocklington – the “gateway to the Wolds”. Take in the Hardy Water Lilies at Burnby Hall Gardens and the Stewart Museum. Enjoy the Robert Fuller Gallery or head for the Pocklington Canal, home to a variety of wildlife.
Located on the on the River Derwent, the town is famous for the Battle of Stamford Bridge in 1066 – visit the memorial, the striking viaduct, the Corn Mill and the Ancient Bridge that spans the river.
The charming market town of Driffield in the Wolds of Yorkshire is an ideal place to relax. Talk a walk at Driffield Beck, view the 110ft tall tower of the 12th century All Saint’s church or take a walk out to Moot Hill.
Head for the Yorkshire coast and enjoy the beaches, promenade and historic harbour of seaside resort Bridlington. Explore the old town, experience the thrill of the funfair and then explore the magnificent Sewerby Hall & Gardens.