Visit Yorkshire Churches

These buildings are an important part of the history of this country, they are not museums, they are lovely places to visit and they are free to see, so visit them.

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Visiting old churches is something everyone can do and its free, seeing and exploring the countryside for few leisure hours is a wonderful way to learn about our history. 

The following list are the churches detailed on this site.

Details for each church are available by clicking onto each name listed in the righthand column.

Route 1:  Burnsall, Linton-in-Craven, Hubberholme, Coverham, Wensley.

Route 2:  Kilburn, Coxwold, Crayke, Whenby, Marton cum Moxby.

Route 3:  Skelton cum Newby, Copgrove, Farnham, Ripley, Fewston.

Route 4:  Aldborough, Little Ouseburn, Allerton Mauleverer, Kirk Hammerton, Nun Monkton.

Route 5:  Kirby Malzard, Masham, West Tanfield, Studley Royal.

Route 6:  Cowthorpe, Healaugh, Bolton Percy, Lead, Harewood.

Route 7:  Nunnington, Stonegrave, Hovingham, Helmsley.


 


 

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