Some of Yorkshire's most celebrated attractions and finest scenery are right here on our doorstep
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Here are some you won't want to miss.

Castle Howard
Fountains Abbey
Flamingo Land
Eden Camp
York Minster
Whipmawhopmagate Street, York
National Railway Museum
North Yorkshire Moors Railway Station, Pickering
North Yorkshire Moors
Scampston Gardens
Robin Hood's Bay
The Milton Rooms
The Palace Cinema

A Top Ten of Yorkshire Autumn Colour

Yorkshire Arboretum
The name says it all - wondrous place of peace and beauty

Castle Howard
Yorkshire's finest stately home and magnificent landscaped grounds

Dalby Forest
The Great Yorkshire Forest - breathtaking colour and family activities

Newgate Bank
The Woodland Trust manages this healthy hillside wood - and what a view from the top!

Sutton Bank
James Herriot claimed the view from the summit is the finest in England. A dramatic Whitestone Cliff towers above the Garbutt Wood Nature Reserve.

Duncombe Park
A national nature reserve that's home to many ancient trees.

Sledmere House
A lovely 18th century Walled Garden and Capability Brown parkland.

Howardian Hills
An Area Of Outstanding Beauty status with a diverse range of beautiful gardens and outdoor spaces.

Yorkshire Wolds
Where better to inspire David Hockney's colourful images! Beautiful rolling countryside dotted with picturesque unexplored villages.

Guisborough Forest
Further afield at the northern edge of the North Yorkshire National Park - it even has its own Woodland Festival!

Local walk

If you would like a copy of the Malton Town Trail - a circular walk of one to two hours around Malton's historic buildings, please just ask at reception. See where the Romans settled, the Normans conquered and Charles Dickens was inspired.

Seasonal attractions

St Leger Stakes at Doncaster, annually September
Ebor Festival, York Racecourse, annually August
Malton Food Lovers Festival, annually May
Malton Food Lovers Market, monthly March-December
Malton Literature Festival, annually October
Ryedale Festival of Music & Arts, annually July with many events in Malton itself
Malton and Norton Folk Festival, annually April

More festivals:

Visit: www.festivalsnorthyorkshire.org.uk

More Yorkshire attractions:

Visit: www.yorkshire.com

Malton blog:

Find out what is going on around Malton with our friend Emma and her blog: www.emmasmaltonjournal.co.uk

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