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Places To Visit


Here are a number of local places to visit. Only a few miles or a short drive from Lakeside. 

  • Pocklington

A small market town with several supermarkets, pubs and restaurants.

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It also hosts a street market every Tuesday.

  • Burnby Hall Gardens and Museum

Home to the National Collection of hardy waterlillies.

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  • Yorkshire Air Museum

Sitting on the site of the former RAF Elvington. A great day out.

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  • York Minster

A spectacular, must-see building which is open every day to the public.

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  • The Shambles in York

Overhanging timber framed buildings, some dating back as far as the fourteenth century.

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  • Medieval City Walls in York

3.4km long, approximately 2 hours walk.

This beautifully preserved wall is the longest medieval town wall in England.

  • York Castle Museum

Soak up the sights and sounds of medieval York.

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  • National Railway Museum in York

A must see, telling the story of rail transport in Britain.

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  • Beverley

A historic market town with its thirteenth century minster.

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  • Yorkshire Coast

Bridlington, Robin Hoods Bay, Scarborough and Whitby to name a few.

It has many tiny fishing villages, rocky cliffs and white sands waiting to be explored.

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