Things to do in Beverley
Historic market town located in the East Riding of Yorkshire
Are you looking for things to do in Beverley? We've got plenty of great ideas for you across the town.
Known for... Beverley Minster and Beverley Racecourse
Yorkshire's last working windmill, a four-sailed tower mill built in 1821 by Norman and Smithson of Hull.Recommended by Peter Nesbitt, Hull“Interesting history of windmills for kids and grown-ups”
Hornsea Museum was established in 1978. Sited in an 18th Century farmhouse and the two adjacent cottages.☎ 01964533443
Fascinating look at life in Hornsea from the the pre-industrial age onwards.☎ 01964533443
Keldmarsh Nature Reserve FREE
Step back in time with a visit to Keldmarsh, a remnant of the kind of habitat that would have once covered this area.
Rifle Butts Quarry Nature Reserve FREE
The nature reserve is a small jewel of grassland that hums and buzzes with life in high summer.
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Pulfin Bog Nature Reserve FREE
Pulfin Bog is remnant of the extensive fens that once occupied the valley of the River Hull.
North Cave Wetlands Nature Reserve FREE
North Cave Wetlands is a true example of a 21st Century nature reserve, developed in the footprint of a large sand & gravel quarry.
North Newbald Becksies Nature Reserve FREE
In spring a visual feast of marsh flowers can be enjoyed at this spring-fed Yorkshire Wolds nature reserve.
Kiplingcotes Chalk Pit Nature Reserve FREE
A wander through Kiplingcotes Chalk Pit in high summer will reveal a riot of colour in the species rich grassland.
North Cliffe Wood Nature Reserve FREE
A lovely woodland nature reserve rich in wildlife. In spring, a lilac haze of bluebells stretches out beneath the leaves of birch.
Hessle Golf Club
Hornsea Golf Club
Driffield Golf Club
Brough Golf Club
A warm welcome awaits all visitors to Brough Golf Club, an attractive and challenging Inland Parkland Course located in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
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