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The North York Moors are in the county of Yorkshire, UK. They are world famous for their picturesque views and history
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Points of Interest in Whitby
- Castle Howard, a stately home famous to many as the setting for the TV series Brideshead Revisited
- Eden Camp, a wartime base turned into a museum
- Farndale is famed for its beautiful wild Daffodils and attracts about forty thousand visitors a year just to see them. Generally at their best during the first two weeks of April (weather dependent) it is believed that medieval monks brought the first daffodils to the area. If you visit at this time of year then you must do the daffodil walk, which is about 1½ miles (2½ kilometres) long and runs alongside the River Dove between Low Mill and High Mill. You will find welcome refreshments at the Daffy Caffy and if it has been raining, take your wellington boots - it can be very muddy!
- Helmsley is a lovely market town at the south-western edge of the park. It is a popular foodie destination, with plenty of places to stay, eat and drink, good shopping, and historic sites including a castle and one of England's finest mediaeval abbeys, Rievaulx Abbey is a few miles outside the town.
- Pickering - a pretty town with castle  and steam railway .
- Rievaulx Abbey, near Helmsley
- Robin Hood's Bay - south of Whitby
- Roseberry Topping - the "mini matterhorn", the last hill of the North York Moors which overlooks industrial Teesside
- Sutton Bank - edge of the North York Moors National Park and the Hambleton Hills and a viewpoint for miles around
- Whitby - delightful seaside town with spectacular cliffs