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Best things to do in Selby

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Outlet Mall
“York's designer outlet has a vast array of designer shops at good prices as well as a food hall and childresns play area. ”
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Establishment
“brilliant day out for shopping, cinema or food. There are a range of different attractions such as the snozone, 4d golf, various food options, trampoline park, bowling,laser zone and many more.”
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Premise
“Lotherton is an Edwardian country house surrounded by beautiful formal, wildflower and wooded grounds, as well as a red deer park and a bird garden. Lotherton Hall is a stunning treasure trove of arts, crafts and music. ”
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Bus Station
“Lots of fashion shops all in one discount outlet. It has free parking, bus connections and is all indoors. There are places to eat and a children's playground too. ”
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Museum
“It may not be in the city centre but just a short drive or bus journey you can visit the Yorkshire Air Museum. Based on the WWII bomber command station, look at all the aircrafts and memorial gardens. Whether you’re young or old this is a great day out for all the family. Halifax Way Elvington York YO41 4AU *Closed 25th and 26th December Disabled access and free parking ”
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Cafe
“A cosy café-bar in the heart of Boston Spa. A friendly team who make you feel at home. Exposed brick and a wide open glass frontage makes it a good spot for unwinding with a pot of tea, getting snug with a stew or meeting friends for a catch up over some craft beers & fresh oysters.”
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Restaurant
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Stadium
“Racing is recorded as having taken place in Pontefract as early as 1648, just before the local Castle was taken by the forces of Oliver Cromwell. Races were held in the meadows near the town but these were discontinued by 1769. The townsfolk restarted the sport in 1801 and it has continued ever since. In 1827 the races were held in September and reported as being very fashionably attended.”
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Food
“Stop by this lovely cafe after a walk along the River Wharfe. Everything you need for a great lunch and all homemade too. ”
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Church
“The old fashioned market here from 8am-mid afternoon is in interesting experience, and you can pick up anything from coffee to clothes to household items from local sellers.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
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“Sainsburys medium sized supermarket in east side of Tadcaster 8 m from Orchard Lodge: accessible via westbound A64”
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Point of Interest
“Skipwith Common National Nature Reseve is one of the last remaining areas of northern lowland heath in England. An incredible variety of plants and animals depend on the Common for their survival. The 270 hectares of open heath, ponds, mire, fen, reed-bed,woodland and scrub are an ancient landscape, with its roots in pre-history. ”
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Bar
“A short walk away across the bridge in Thorp Arch. Backs onto the Thorp Arch and Boston Spa cricket club. If you're around on a Saturday in the Summer feel free to wander into the cricket ground if there's a game on. It's a secret sun trap!”
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Restaurant
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Bus Station
“Extensive retail outlet village with high street discount stores and designer brands.”
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Point of Interest
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