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The Yorkshire Moor and Coastline region can proudly boast not only a stunning natural beauty but also a myriad of attractions to delight people of all ages. Those staying in Scarborough accommodation or in any of the other well situated towns in the area have access to a wide choice of destinations to visit.

Here is part one of our list of six of the most popular attractions:

Aerial Extreme, Bedale

Get high with Aerial Extreme where you can walk above the forest floor via rope bridges, zip wires and scramble nets. Aerial Extreme combines the fun of a theme park with the adventure of the great outdoors.

Captain Cook Memorial Museum, Whitby

This 17th century harbour side house was once home to a young apprentice called James Cook, who would go onto be one of the most famous explorers in the world. The house has now been turned into a museum with a fantastic array of original exhibits.

Castle Howard, Malton

Castle Howard is a stunning 18th century house located in beautiful grounds containing temples, statues, lakes, fountains, woodland and formal gardens. There are guided tours of the house where you can learn more about its history, the family and its collections. There are also guided tours of the grounds.

Dalby Forest, North York Moors National Park

This beautiful forest offers a 9 mile drive with picnic and BBQ spots. There are also numerous walks up to 4.5 miles long suitable and five cycle paths with varying degree of ability.

Kiplin Hall, Kiplin, Scorton

George Calvert, Secretary of State to James I later 1st Lord of Baltimore and founder of the state of Maryland in USA, built this hunting lodge in 1620. The buildings architecture was unique at the time and contains a fine collection of paintings and furniture.

Go Ape, Dalby Forest

The award winning Go Ape delights people of all ages with its high wire adventure. Use rope bridges, zip slides and tarzan swings to make your way from tree to tree.

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