North Yorkshire
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Things To Do in North Yorkshire

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_GG***71The York Minster is a must see in York. It displays both architecture and religious significance. It also gives an ambiance of going back in time.
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Castle
陌染MMTourist to England, this stop to England's Yorkshire, the castle in North Yorkshire, is owned and inhabited by the Howard family of generations. The castle was originally built by the third generation of Charles Carlisle, who was sealed in 1692 and commissioned John ∙ Van Burr to design and build this luxury Baroque Howard castle in North Yorkshire. In front of the castle is an English garden, with arched windows full of neatly veneered windows, and huge arched alcoves with exquisite statues that, together with the dome, embody the Baroque style. Entering the main entrance is the antique corridors of the castle, which contain a large collection of 18th and 19th century antiques.
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Featured Neighbourhood
_GG***71Potterheads this is the place to be. Feel like walking through Diagon Alley or just purchasing a wand at the Store that Must Not be Named. Be sure to go there early in the morning to beat the crowd and avoid weekends.
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Historical Site
_GG***71City walls gives you that medieval time feels. 2000 years in 2miles it is open to public and closes at dusk(depends on season). Its an exciting way to just explore the city and relive the past ...
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Museum
西溪老翁The National Railway Museum of Britain (National Railway Museum ) is located in York Limen Road (Leeman Road) east of the railway station, the entrance stands the statue of "father of steam locomotive" Stephenson. As one of the three science museums in Britain, the museum is open to the public and the entrance is free of charge for men, women and children. This is one of the "Pursuing the People's Policy" in the British public cultural system. Visitors can visit the interior of the carriages and are invited to the restoration shop studio to see the restoration process.
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Historical Site
_We***24The Clifford Tower, first built by William the Conqueror, was a wooden fort, part of York Castle, and stood on the hills at the junction of the Us and Fos Rivers in the southeast of the Old Town. At that time, there was a moat around the tower and York castle, and the tower was connected by a suspension bridge and the outer stone bridge.