38 Highgate, Beverley HU17 0DP Tel: 01482 868540
Beverley Minster, the Parish Church of St. John and St. Martin, is recognised as one of the largest parish churches in the UK and a Gothic architectural masterpiece, and stands on the tomb site of St. John, Bishop of York who died in 721. Throughout the Middle Ages miracles were said to take place at this tomb which attracted pilgrims from far and wide. Take a guided or self-guided tour to learn more. Today the church remains an active place of worship as well as regularly hosting events.
York Road, Beverley HU17 8QZ Tel: 01482 867488
Set on the Westwood just outside of the town, Beverley Racecourse is a fantastic option for days out with friends or family. A variety of events take place throughout the year where you can enjoy attractive enclosures, great food and drink and exciting racing. From ladies day to family fun days, you're guaranteed a brilliant day at the races.
Walkington Road, Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire, HU17 8LY
Beverley Westwood is an open parkland on the edge of the west of Beverley with impressive views of the town. During the summer months wandering cattle graze freely among the pasture. The Westwood is a perfect place for a family day out amongst the woods and meadows, and walking days with many popular routes can be found online.
324 Hull Road, Woodmansey, Beverley HU17 0RU Tel: 01482 865410
How about a visit to Coletta and Tyson Garden Centre? A great day out for all the family, you'll find a large plant area and garden shop, a lifestyle and gift shop, and a cafe. Stop by for breakfast, lunch, dinner or light snacks with indoor and outdoor seating available. Whether you're a budding gardener or just want to spend some time browsing the many types of plants and flowers or gift shop, you're guaranteed to enjoy your trip!
12a North Bar Without, Beverley HU17 7AB Tel: 01482 866121
Offering locally sourced produce, Whites is a small intimate restaurant which has the honour of being the only Beverley restaurant listed in the Michelin and Good Food Guide. Whites offers modern, innovative cooking with 2 tasting menus which change daily- a 4-course and a 9-course tasting menu, with acclaimed food critic Jay Rayner being among several critics to praise the restaurant.
22 Hengate, Beverley HU17 8BN Tel: 01482 861973
Locally known as Nellie’s, White Horse pre-dates 1666 and is Beverley’s second oldest inn. To take punters a step back in time to when it was a coaching inn most of the original features are still in place. Gas lights and chandeliers, small individual rooms, rickety stone, wooden floors and open fires still stand, plus this is one of few places where you can still get a pint for a couple of quid!
25 North Bar Within, Beverley HU17 8DD Tel: 01482 296999
Located 800 metres from the Rail Station and Minster, the Beverley Arms Hotel is in the perfect spot to discover this beautiful market town. The hotel is a restored 17th-century coaching inn and has connections to famous highwayman Dick Turpin. The hotel offers free on-site parking, comfortable and well-equipped en-suite rooms and a high-quality restaurant.
Flemingate Centre, Beverley, HU17 0NR Tel: 0871 527 9490
Conveniently located in the Flemingate Centre, right by the railway station in the heart of Beverley makes the perfect location to explore this historic market town. Enjoy a restful night in its famously comfy beds and grab a bite to eat in the on-site restaurant.
Beverley HU17 0NQ Tel: 01482 867024
A recent addition to this market town and just a stone’s throw from the railway station, this complex houses high street name brands such as Superdrug, River Island and H&M, as well as numerous eateries ranging from hot drinks and treats at Artisa at Deli No. 1, to a full Brazilian rodizio grill experience at Estabulo. You’ll also discover a cinema, 24-hour gym, and an inflatable theme park, sure to keep everyone happy!
Saturday Market HU17 8AA Wednesday Market HU17 0DG Tel: 01482 395904
Held on a Wednesday and Saturday, Beverley’s famous markets boasts 100 unique stalls with plenty on offer from fresh local produce to clothing to hardware, and has become a vibrant community of local traders. Held at Market Place where a historic market cross dating from 1714 stands, the markets are one of Beverley’s biggest tourist attractions and have been for many years, also playing host to seasonal fairs and food festivals.