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Eight of Yorkshire's best attractions to enjoy this summer

From stately homes and gardens to museums and galleries, and the quirky places you don’t want to miss, this is a snapshot of our guide to a hundred of Yorkshire’s top attractions.

The Yorkshire Post's 100 Yorkshire Attractions is a 68-page guide to great days out in Yorkshire and costs £1.99. It is available in selected newsagents or to order by post (£1.99 plus p&p) on 0330 403 0066.

Visit one of the countrys largest polar bear reserves and rescued Romanian lions here. Across the park there is the opportunity to see some of the most beautiful and endangered animals in the world, including Amur tigers.

5. Yorkshire Wildlife Park

Visit one of the countrys largest polar bear reserves and rescued Romanian lions here. Across the park there is the opportunity to see some of the most beautiful and endangered animals in the world, including Amur tigers.
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The Unesco World Heritage Site offers a great day out with its vast Cistercian abbey ruins, Georgian water garden, medieval deer park, Elizabethan Hall and Gothic church all waiting to be explored.

6. Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal

The Unesco World Heritage Site offers a great day out with its vast Cistercian abbey ruins, Georgian water garden, medieval deer park, Elizabethan Hall and Gothic church all waiting to be explored.
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With a new design, the Maize Maze is created from more than one million living, growing maize plants. The largest maze in the UK, it also has more than 20 different rides, attractions and shows for all ages.

7. The Maize Maze

With a new design, the Maize Maze is created from more than one million living, growing maize plants. The largest maze in the UK, it also has more than 20 different rides, attractions and shows for all ages.
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Set on the spectacular Yorkshire coast, the reserve is home to around half a million seabirds which gather on the cliffs between March and October to raise their families on the towering chalk cliffs overlooking the North Sea.

8. RSPB Bempton Cliffs

Set on the spectacular Yorkshire coast, the reserve is home to around half a million seabirds which gather on the cliffs between March and October to raise their families on the towering chalk cliffs overlooking the North Sea.
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