DALBY FOREST DRIVE AND VISITOR CENTRE
Tourist attractions that are nearest to Dalby Forest Drive and Visitor Centre.
Adderstone Field was formerly part of one the hill farms located on the upland plateau. Adjacent to the Forest Drive, it has open pine and beech woods on two sides. A popular site on a sunny day in ...
Moorland nature reserve
With superb views of the village, the present church dates mainly from the early 14th century when an earlier church was extended, possibly under the patronage of Lady Beatrice Hastings whose effigy lies in the sanctuary.
Levisham Station is owned by the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. The forest can be entered from here or a train taken to Newtondale Halt. Alternatively use Newtondale Forest Drive for vehicle access.
Crosscliff is an area surrounded by by pine trees amongst which are the remains of Dargate Dikes an ancient earthwork created before the Dark Ages. A short walk through the trees brings you to the ...
Pickering Castle is set in an attractive moors-edge market town. It is a classic and well-preserved example of an early earthwork castle refortified in stone during the 13th and 14th centuries.
Walk round the trout farm and feed the fish.
A small car park and picnic place giving access to the northern edge of the plateau and dales. Fine views and scenery are accessed by walks from this point. The viewpoint is reached by following the ...
Visible for miles around, the beautiful soaring spire of St Peter and St Paul's leads the way to this magnificent church which is otherwise hidden by the cluster of cottages and shops that nestle around it.
Puffers Model Shop is situated oppsite the North Yorkshire Moors Steam Railway at Pickering Station.