Accessible Activities in the North York Moors
The North York Moors is famed for its dramatic scenery, impressive history, and amazing activities to enjoy. Our gorgeous county boasts a whole host of accessible places to visit, meaning that those with limited mobility needn't miss out on exploring our beautiful part of the world! Whether you're a keen adventurer, historian, gardener, or water sports enthusiast, there's something for everyone here in the North York Moors! Our recommended accessible activities in the North York Moors include:
- Whitby Abbey - uncover a gothic clifftop abbey with level paths and an accessible exhibition
- Sutton Bank National Park Centre - experience the 'finest view in England' and learn all about the glorious North Yorkshire Moors
- Helmsley Walled Garden - discover five acres of level, step-free gardens and an accessible café
- Dalby Forest - explore miles upon miles of accessible trails, with the opportunity to hire an adapted bike from Dalby Forest Cycle Hire
- Yorkshire Coast Nature - enjoy expertly guided nature walks, suitable for all ages and abilities
- Ryedale Folk Museum - venture through a fantastic six-acre open-air museum with over 20 wheelchair accessible buildings
- Wetwheels Foundation - experience barrier-free boating on the North Yorkshire Coast
- The Wave Project - try your hand at accessible surfing with Scarborough Surf School
- North Yorkshire Moors Railway - discover our beautiful county via rail with the NYMR's accessible railway carriages
You can discover more accessible attractions via the Visit England website.
If you have any specific requirements please contact us to discuss, we would love to help.