Around Fosse Hill there are a number of attractions to suit the whole family, from days out, visits to the seaside or walks in the country. We've included below a selection of these for you, but would be more than happy to assist you in finding your perfect day out.
Located on Yorkshire's beautiful East coast, with its peaceful Blue Flag beach, quaint promenade and towering Victorian folly, Hornsea is a quintessential British seaside resort.
Hornsea has something for all of the family from Clean beaches to shops, restaurants and amusements. Whatever the weather, there's always something to do.
Burton Agnes Hall is a magnificent example of late Elizabethan architecture, still occupied by descendants of the original family. This home is filled with treasures accumulated over four centuries, The gardens offer something for everyone, from the ardent enthusiast who will enjoy identifying over 3,000 different plants, to the young at heart who can seek to solve the 'Riddle of the Maze', get lost in the jungle, or play giant board games in the coloured gardens.
This is a working pottery set in 12 acres of lawned gardens and park land. The visitor is free to walk around the pottery to see how things are made.
Another star attraction is the Owl Sanctuary and Woodland Conservation area. This is a real education and delight for both adults and kids. Here you can see birds of prey, a hatchery and an owl breeding programme.There is also a huge kiddies adventure playground that is fully supervised should mum and dad need some peace for a few hours!
Billed as the 'Chocolate Experience for the Whole Family' this just has to be a good place to visit! This is very much a hands on experience too. Visitors get the chance to make their own chocolate lollies or personalise their own sticks of rock. Learn the secrets of rock, fudge and chocolate making. Then learn the history of the confectioner's art in their in-house museum display. Of course you get the opportunity to purchase samples too!
Pay a visit to one of the best model villages in the country! Set over a one acre site there are over 200 buildings and over a thousand figures.
This is a fascinating and beautiful village scene, there is even a harbour with sailing boats and a train that chugs along
Situated near the Holderness coast, Burton constable is the ancestral home of the Constable family which was built in 1570 by Sir John. In the 18th century William Constable carried out major remodelling and the park was lanscaped by the famous Capability Brown. *Superb 18th and 19th century interiors, including a Gallery, Great Hall, Dining and Drawing Rooms, Bedrooms, Chapel, Chinese Room and a Lamp Room. Pictures and Prints -