Can’t Wait to Travel After the Lockdown? Head on to Yorkshire to Relish its Roman and Viking Heritage
The current lockdown due to the pandemic has people quarantined in their homes for months. Fortunately, with the lockdown easing in many countries, the possibility of travelling seems within reach. Why not quench your thirst for travel by visiting our beautiful Yorkshire heritage? The breathtaking scenery, the rich culture, and captivating historical places would surely make it a great trip.
Here are some of the many reasons to visit Yorkshire after the lockdown:
The Heritage Of Course!
If you love visiting historical places, then Yorkshire should on the top of your list. You’ll surely admire the captivating architecture lurking within the walls of the city. The JORVIK Viking center is a must-visit place where you can check out 1000-year old artefacts and discover the history of Vikings. Don’t forget to visit the York Dungeon that will take you on a journey of York’s history.
Dramatic Ruins and Castles
Whitby Abbey is one of the most famous ancient ruins sites that many come to visit from all over the world. Aside from that, many majestic ruins and castles are waiting to be explored, including Sandal Castle, Bolton Abbey, and Kirkstall Abbey.
Discover the Classic Literature Connections
There is no place like England that has a strong connection to the classic literature. You can explore the Wuthering Heights’ moors, Stoker’s Dracula link to the Whitby Abbey, and visit other locations from your favourite classic stories, including Haworth, where the Bronte sisters grew up.
Explore the Art Scene
The art in Yorkshire can give London a run for its money! The place is bustling with captivating sculpture collections, museums, and art galleries. Don’t miss the Hepworth Wakefield, Leeds Art Gallery, Henry Moore Institute, and Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
There are numerous more things to do and places to visit in Yorkshire, aside from the historical sites and art exhibits. From the magnificent waterfalls, stunning countryside to the farmers market, and vintage shops. A trip to Yorkshire is undoubtedly the ideal way to start your travelling adventures once again once the lockdown ends.