Yorkshire is one of England’s most historic and most attractive counties. It’s county town of York is well known for its ancient walls and huge cathedral, but there’s a lot more to the city too including some great shopping streets and worldwide legacy in chocolate. Elsewhere in the county there are industrial cities mixed with beautiful rolling countryside. Here are our reviews of tourist attractions in Yorkshire and remember, all our attraction reviews are based on personal visits…

RHS Harlow Carr, Yorkshire

Harlow Carr is an attractive Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) garden in Harrogate, Yorkshire. It started life as a Botanical Gardens back in 1950 but was originally the grounds of a hotel and Spa. The whole site covers 58 acres

York Castle Museum, York

York Castle Museum is one of the best city museums we’ve ever been in for a number of reasons. The place is huge, with two large buildings forming the main museum and a water mill in the gardens.

The Treasurers House, York

The Treasurers House in York is at the rear of York Minster and was originally part of the Minster’s administration buildings.

York’s Chocolate Story, York

York’s Chocolate Story is one of the newest attractions in the city and celebrates its rich heritage for chocolate and confectionary manufacturing. Terry’s, Rowntree’s and Craven all started life creating classics like Fruit Pastills, the Kit-Kat and the Chocolate Orange.