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Dalby Forest’s 13 walking tracks and 6 cycling trails are open for visitors to come and enjoy the outdoors while safely social distancing. The tracks vary from easy access to more difficult treks for experienced cyclists and walkers. Dogs are welcome too! Unfortunately the visitor centre, café and Go Ape activities remain closed for now – take a look at for details on what amenities are available.

Wolds Way Lavender offers a unique day out and began a phased reopening from the 12th June. Just a few of the attractions you can find to do that are now open to the public are gardens, nature ponds, a maze with giant games, a wildflower walk and mini football golf. Their lavender gift shop is also open, and they offer takeaway drinks, snacks and ice-creams. Like other attractions, please book your visit online and read more about the safety restrictions in place at

The National Birds of Prey Centre reopened on the 15th June, so visitors can once again go and see the range of beautiful birds of prey on display. There is no need to book ahead when visiting as their site is large and has plenty of space for social distancing safely. They have implemented a one-way system and be aware they are not accepting cash at the current time – so be sure to have a card with you.

More details are available on their website and here you can also buy vouchers future visits to help the centre and their birds in these difficult financial times.

See Discover Yorkshire Coast for more major events in Scarborough, Filey, Whitby and along the coas

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