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  1. Withernsea in East Yorkshire
    With miles of sandy beaches and plenty of family entertainment, Withernsea is perfect for a relaxing day at the seaside, and enjoys the atmosphere of a smaller, more traditional resort.
  2. Spurn Point beach in East Yorkshire
    East Yorkshire's only National Nature Reserve, this dynamic location owned by Yorkshire`s Wildlife Trust provides feeding for thousands of birds throughout the year. Enjoy a peaceful mid week walk along the peninsula.
  3. Hornsea in East Yorkshire
    The seaside town of Hornsea is perfect for a family day out, with a lovely sandy beach, a busy promenade to stroll along, amusements and plenty of attractions for all the family.
  4. Puffins galore in East Yorkshire
    This summer the puffins are here to stay! Follow the trail of beautiful, artist decorated sculptures dotted across East Yorkshire

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    1. Burton Constable Hall in East Yorkshire
      Burton Constable Hall & Grounds is one of East Yorkshire's finest historic days out, there is so much to enjoy and discover for families of all ages! Explore the historic parkland and discover 700 years of history at this Elizabethan gem.
      1. Active Beacons on the East Yorkshire coast
        Explore the East Yorkshire coasts iconic locations, whilst capturing its hidden gems on camera. A series of artistic wood turned photoposts lead the way, offering connected trails and way finding, with opportunities to support coastal monitoring of the landscape through the CoastSnap app and free citizen led science.
      2. Withernsea Lighthouse Museum in East Yorkshire
        Withernsea’s Lighthouse is one of only a handful of lighthouses built inland, standing 127 feet (38m) high in the middle of the seaside town.
        1. Hornsea Museum, Hornsea in East Yorkshire
          MUSEUM DUE TO RE-OPEN ON 21st JUNE 2021 Folk museum (village life), housed in 18thC farmhouse and associated buildings. Historic farmhouse - home to the Burn family for nearly 300 years. Local history displays, farmhouse kitchen, dairy, laundry, parlour, craft workshops and Victorian street scene.  Period rooms of the 1880s, village crafts, local history, the farming year, all attractively presented. Occasional craft demonstrations. Plus Hornsea Pottery display.
          1. Spurn Point beach in East Yorkshire

            The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings are surely among the most famous works of fiction in English Literature, yet few people realise J R R Tolkien spent about eighteen months in East Yorkshire during World War 1.

          2. Hornsea Mere in Hornsea, East Yorkshire.
            Hornsea Mere is the largest freshwater lake in Yorkshire and the final remnant of a huge wetland that once featured many smaller meres and marshy areas.
            1. Trans Pennine Trail in Hornsea, East Yorkshire
              Follow the old railway all the way from Hull to the eastern most point on the Trail, marked by the seamark on the seawall at Hornsea. Follow this green corridor as pass through the outskirts of Hull before the fields open out around you
            2. Bugtopia at Hornsea Freeport, Hornsea in East Yorkshire
              Find your WILD side with an adventure at Bugtopia Hornsea! Our Explorer Shows run hourly throughout the day from 11am – 4pm and provide the opportunity to get even closer than you.
              1. Mr Moos in Skipsea, East Yorkshire
                Ice cream parlour and cafe selling over 30 flavours of ice cream made on the premises, together with teas, coffees, light meals and home baking.
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