Here’s a preview of the 2015 Helmsley brochure, coming soon to an NPD box, TIC, or accommodation provider near you. Alternatively visit any Helmsley in Business member later this month for your personal copy.
Tag Archives | Visitors
Helmsley’s Visitor Information Point (VIP) is helping very important people enjoy their stay in Ryedale. The VIP opened in April 2014, in the Cut Price Bookstore in Borogate, Helmsley – providing lots of information for local people and visitors to the area. The shop contains a range of free information leaflets as well as maps, […]
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Experience a host of fun activities in the North York Moors National Park this half-term. Join a great geocaching treasure hunt at Ravenscar, design a ‘tree-shirt’ or join a butterfly and dragonfly art workshop at Danby. If walking is more to your taste, step back in time at Sinnington for a two-mile walk that touches […]
What is believed to be the biggest collection of birds of prey in the North of England looks set to become a tourist magnet for North Yorkshire. The International Centre for Birds of Prey (ICBP), in Helmsley, opened to the public this week. The visitor attraction is spread over 11 acres, among the historic grounds […]
Helmsley Walled Garden website.
The brand new International Centre for Birds of Prey at Duncombe Park which will be home to more than 100 international birds opens for the first time this Easter. The new visitor attraction promises to be a popular spot with a cafe, picnic area and three displays every day in the stunning grounds. Visit their […]
This project focuses on practical solutions to the questions: How can you get visitors to stay longer and spend more? How can we get them to come back again, and to recommend the area to others? How can we attract more higher spending visitors? Looking at local distinctiveness (what makes this area special and different), […]
The first of our occasional series of less well known things to do and see this summer. On the outskirts of Helmsley, down Riccal Drive and up an unmade road to the back of the old railway station, sits a huge warehouse which houses archaeological remains from English Heritage sites all over the north of […]
A birds of prey centre is set open in the grounds of Duncombe Park this summer after planners gave the proposal the green light. The venture was given unanimous support by the North York Moors National Park’s planning committee last Thursday after Charles Heap, of the International Centre for Birds of Prey, told members that the […]