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Discover the natural wonders and historic marvels of Northern England on this action-packed full-day small-group tour from York. Admire Yorkshire landmarks like Byland Abbey, the White Horse at Kilburn and Duncombe Park as you drive through the moors and stop for lunch (own expense) at the lively market town of Helmsley. Then, take a tour of the magnificent Rievaulx Abbey (optional), walk across the windswept North York Moors and explore the regal estate of Castle Howard, famously used as a filming location for Brideshead Revisited.

Highlights

  • Full-day tour of Castle Howard, Rievaulx Abbey and the North York Moors from York
  • Walk the North York moors and see landmarks like the Kilburn White Horse and Duncombe Park
  • Opt to explore Rievaulx Abbey, one of England’s most important Cistercian monasteries
  • Tour the grand Castle Howard, Yorkshire’s most famous country estate
  • Travel by comfortable air-conditioned minibus
  • Comprehensive introduction to the Yorkshire Moors for first-time visitors
  • Small-group tour ensures a personalised tour

What You Can Expect

Castle Howard, Rievaulx Abbey, and North York Moors Day Trip from York

Stroll on the deserted North York Moors

Customer Reviews

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

This was a five-star trip, small group and Chris our guide was wonderful... really enjoyed all the stops and had plenty of time to really get a feel for each place... highly recommend this to her to anyone in York

mgsemail

5 star rating: Highly Recommended August 2016

Chris was a great tour guide. We really enjoyed the small group. He was fantastic at driving through the back roads and byways of the English Countryside so that we could really get a feel for the area and we especially enjoyed having enough time at every major stop to see the sights at Rievaulx Abbey and Castle Howard...

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