Yorkshire & North East Great British Buildings

The Shambles in York

The city of York has a long and fascinating medieval history. Here, we offer a whistle-stop guide to take in the key sights from...

With the summer holidays in full flow, here’s our guide to a great days out the whole family can enjoy.

Perched high on a cliff, the haunting remains of Whitby Abbey in Yorkshire influenced the gothic tale of Dracula. Every evening until 31 October, see...

Learn more about the life and work of Sir John Vanbrugh, who, without any training, went on to outshine the most respected architects of...

Chris Hawksworth Home to a Cistercian abbey, Georgian water garden and Jacobean Hall, Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal is a unique estate that has attracted...

Chris Elliott As Britain’s museums and galleries fuel our fascination with Ancient Egypt through a range of inspired exhibitions, what better time to consider the...

Sewerby Hall, Bridlington, has been recreated to capture the look and feel of the whole house as it would have been in the Edwardian...

Upon entering Durham, the River Wear performs a swooping U-turn to create a rocky peninsula on which stand Durham Cathedral and Durham Castle. The...

Ian WhiteAlongside Cologne Cathedral, this handsome gothic cathedral is one of the largest of its kind in Europe. The Minster is the seat of...

Ian WhiteHome to the Lascelles family for over 200 years, Harewood is the family seat of the Earl and Countess of Harewood. The house...