Discover the Yorkshire Wolds
A day out driving in the Yorkshire Wolds – experiencing this distinctive landscape, which often goes un explored but is as beautiful as the Yorkshire dales or North York Moors.
Stop off and explore some of the Wolds villages and hear about their history and how the landscape was formed. Stop off at Burton Agnes hall dependent upon season.
Hockney - A Bigger Picture Tour
Spend a day driving in the Wolds and visiting sites where the iconic Yorkshire artist David Hockney found inspiration for his recent ipad art and the award winning Bigger Picture Exhibition.
Burton Constable Hall
Open Easter to October – be collected and driven to Burton Constable Hall one of east Yorkshire’s hidden gems – a glorious grade II listed building nestled within 300 acres of parkland.
Yorkshire Wolds & Wharram Percy
A full day exploring the highlights of the Yorkshire Wolds, this unique chalk based agricultural landscape with its dry valleys with a visit to the deserted medieval village and English Heritage site Wharram Percy.
Tatton Sykes Church Trail
A full day driving around the Yorkshire Wolds exploring a number of churches restored by Sir Tatton Sykes between 1856 and 1913. Depending on the season there is an optional visit to Sledmere House.