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BOBH – Day Trips

BOBH – Day Trips

Address/Location

North Yorkshire

Contact

Tel: 01609 779933

Range of fascinating private Guided Day Trips from Harrogate, Leeds or York for Groups of up to 15 people, travelling by air-conditioned Mini coach with a friendly and knowledgeable Driver/Guide. Let us help you to get more out of your day.

 

North York Moors & Whitby

 

Explore the scenic and picturesque North York Moors National Park and the seaside town of Whitby. See the Kilburn White Horse, the market town of Helmsley (with its quaint shops, cafes & medieval castle) and the village of Goathland (Heartbeat & Harry Potter film location). Have free time in Whitby to see the Abbey (inspiration for the Dracula books), visit the Captain Cook Museum, shop for some Whitby Jet or just sample Fish & Chips from the famous Magpie Café - the choice is yours! You also have the option of departing Whitby by Steam Train on the NYMR!

 

Yorkshire Dales

 

Explore the stunning landscape of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, with stops at Bolton Castle, Askrigg (Darrowby in the James Herriot All Creatures Great and Small TV series), Kettlewell (the main filming location for the Calendar Girls movie), The Oldest Sweetshop in the World at Pateley Bridge and the traditional Dales Market Town of Hawes, where you can visit Wensleydale Creamery, the home of Yorkshire Wensleydale Cheese.

 

Haworth & The Yorkshire Dales

 

Explore Bronte Country in the morning and the Yorkshire Dales in the afternoon with stops at Haworth (home to the Bronte Parsonage Museum), Bingley Five Rise Locks (the most spectacular feature of the Leeds and Liverpool Canal), Bolton Abbey (where you will see the stunning setting of the ruins of the 12th Century Augustinian Monastery) and the traditional Yorkshire Dales village of Linton (with its stone bridges and limestone falls).

 

Captain Cook Country

 

Explore Captain Cook Country to commemorate the 250th anniversary of his first voyage to the Pacific in 1768. Visit the village of Marton, where James Cook was born, then learn about his formative years with a walk in his footsteps at Great Ayton, before visiting Staithes, where the young James Cook first experienced local seafaring and smuggling traditions. Enjoy free time in Whitby, where Captain Cook trained in the merchant navy, with options to visit the Captain Cook Museum, view Whitby Abbey or take a short trip out to sea on the Bark Endeavour scale replica of Cook's famous vessel 

 

The choice is yours!

 

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