Be a part of Yorkshire Day at England’s Oldest Visitor Attraction, open since 1630. Yorkshire Day is celebrated to promote the historic English county of Yorkshire. We’d love to invite you along to the park to join us for a FREE cup of Yorkshire Tea in our Tearoom.
Petrifying Past At Mother Shipton’s Cave
This summer Mother Shipton’s will be stepping back in time, embracing the 16th Century onwards, sharing the wonders of the past that made Mother Shipton’s Cave famous. Mother Shipton’s history was full of truly momentous characters, from Oliver Cromwell to Guy Fawkes and Henry VIII. If you’re lucky you may even be able to meet some of these formidable characters on your visit.
Visitors during the summer holidays will be treated to our horrible history style trail, leading children throughout the park to discover and unearth the history Mother Shipton’s and the characters who she brought to life in her tales and prophecies.
For those that haven’t yet visited the oldest tourist attraction in England, you can find Mother Shipton’s Cave on the High Bridge in Knaresborough, or follow them over on Facebook for up to date news and many chances to win!
This summer will be brimful of magic and menace, are you be brave enough to visit?