Historical and interesting attractions in Whitby, on the Moors and in North Yorkshire. Includes, Captain Cooks Museum Whitby, Whitby Abbey, Castle Howard. Please note - some attractions may not accept dogs. We have put others in because we are aware some holidaymakers do singular pursuits.
Dog friendly river gardens seling plants, garden ornaments. Also has a cafe set beside riverbank. Fresh Yorkshire Produce. Benches outside. Wildlife. Putting green. Parking.
Popular garden centre on Guisborough Road Whitby. Everything you need for your garden. Cafe serving refreshments and meals. Alfresco dining where to enjoy a snack with your dog by your side.
Variety of Yorkshire honey and preserves, handmade using Yorkshire Lavender from Howardian Herbs. Marmalades, chutney,horseraddish.
Steam bus from Days Gone By taking passengers out for sightseeing and views of Whitby. Disabled access. Dogs welcome
Medieval Castle impressive ruins standing beside the popular market town of Helmsley. Easy drive from Whitby. Dogs welcome.
Creative ceramic studio on Whitby's West Cliff where you can paint your own pottery. Great activity for all the fami ly. Tea Coffee facilities. Please check if dogs are accepted.
Boating and canoeing on the River Esk in beautiful sheltered waters. Float with wildlife and watch salmon leaping in the only migrating salmon river in Yorkshire.
Step back in time and chugg through the spectacular North Yorkshire moors on a smoke streaming steam train to beautiful rural stations. Uniformed staff. A great adventure for all. Dogs welcome.