Fun things to do this summer in Richmondshire
Take an Easby bike ride
All the hills in Richmondshire mean cycling can be hard work. But there are plenty of flat routes for those wanting a more leisurely ride. The former railway line from Richmond Station to Easby is one.
A day at the Forbidden Corner
A unique labyrinth of tunnels, chambers, follies and surprises in a 4 acre Garden in Coverdale. It’s an attraction like no other. Advance Tickets only – £12.50 children and £14.50 – adults. Click here for details
A Visit to a Museum in Richmond
Richmondshire Museum small on the outside but plenty to see inside on local history Click here for details
The Green Howards museum full of military history. Click here for details
Georgian Theatre Tour Experience – visit the oldest working playhouse in Yorkshire Click here for details
Have a Picnic at Richmond falls
Richmond falls if you wander along the Batts there are many quiet places to have a picnic full of Yorkshire goodies. Click here for video of Richmond Waterfalls
Go for a walk in Hudswell Woods or Round Howe Richmond
If it’s hot outside but you still want to get out for the day, a walk under the trees isn’t a bad idea. You could even do the Hudswell steps and end up at the George & Dragon Hudswell for a cheeky pint of Local Ale.
Chocolate Making at Mocha Aske Nr Richmond
Learn to make your own delicious handmade chocolates in the chocolate den !
Go Climb a Hill
There are few things in life more satisfying than climbing a hill and admiring the view from the top.
Penhill in Richmondshire is well worth a try as the Wensleydale views are spectacular.