Explore abbey ruins, magnificent houses, glorious gardens and some fantastic stretches of coast and countryside including the Dales and the North York Moors in the beautiful county of Yorkshire.
Art exhibitions, history, and evolving gardens in the Yorkshire countryside
Ancient abbey ruins and an awe-inspiring water garden at this World Heritage Site
Explore dramatic moorland rock formations
Glorious gardens, woodland and parkland, created for the privileged few and preserved for everyone to enjoy
Explore one of the great treasure houses in the North of England, home to countless treasures, stories and secrets. It’s also home to one of the few remaining doll's houses from the 18th century.
Historic house and intimate gardens, a hidden oasis on the edge of a West Yorkshire town
A spectacular wooded valley with 19th-century Gibson Mill at its heart
Visit this picturesque Yorkshire manor house, nestled on the quiet banks of the River Rye. The house is a fascinating combination of renovation and re-purpose, creating an atmospheric and comfortable home.
Explore the rooms of this grand house, and discover the décor, paintings and furniture that tell the stories of the many Pennyman’s who have lived there.
Treasurer's House is now closed for the winter. It will open again in April. Read this article for more details of what you can see when you visit in 2024.
Explore days out in nature, fun things to do for all the family and places to spot wildlife all year round.
Plan an adventure in Yorkshire this spring, with play areas, activities for kids, wildlife to spot and plenty of things to do when it rains. There's something for the whole family.
With Easter approaching, there’s plenty of adventures and activities to be had in Yorkshire. When you hop on an Easter trail you’ll receive a trail sheet to guide you on your way and Easter bunny ears to wear on your adventure. Don’t forget you get a choice between a chocolate egg or a vegan and Free From chocolate egg at the end!
Travel by train, bus, bike or on foot for a sustainable day out in Yorkshire.
Whether you’re looking to travel by train, bus, bike or foot, there are many places in Yorkshire that you can visit without a car - here's the info to help you plan a car-free day out.
Find out more about how to join one of our teams of volunteers that look after some of Yorkshire's best-loved places, and the opportunities that are available.
Find out about National Trust supporter groups based in Yorkshire. You can support the places you love by volunteering or enjoying a programme of trips and talks.
Meet like-minded people and build up your fitness in the beautiful surroundings of Wentworth Castle Gardens. Every Wednesday, starting 10 January 2024.
An exhibition that explores what it's like to live, grow up and work on a rural farm in the heart of Bransdale through the seasons.
This winter when you visit, follow two friendly dogs, Dick and Rover, to look closely at Beningbrough’s architecture and design an awesome building of your own.
See the abbey as the Georgians did on this guided tour; incorporated into the dramatic designed landscape.
If these walls could talk...unearth the monastic secrets of a great abbey and the daily routines of the monks who lived here on this guided tour.