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One of Yorkshire’s hidden gems, the market town of Beverley is a centre for culture, history, food and fun in the region. Home to iconic landmarks such as Beverley Minster, North Bar, St. Mary’s Church and Black Mill and surrounded by miles of beautiful, protected common land to explore, there is something for everyone in the town. 


Picturesque, quaint shopping streets and a huge menu of restaurants and cafés; a full and varied programme of events and festivals covering music, arts, food, literature and heritage; and just a short drive away from the Yorkshire Wolds, Yorkshire Coast and Hull – the 2017 UK City of Culture. You’ll leave a trip to Beverley feeling like you’ve been let in on a secret and will want to come back to explore more!


Accommodation and further info

For more information on what Beverley has to offer year round and to find the best accommodation for you, visit the Visit East Yorkshire website.

Beverley Tourist Information Centre can be found inside the Treasure House, which is also home to a Museum, Art Gallery, Cafe and Local History and Archives department.


Find out how best to travel to Beverley from where you are.


Discover each of our venues and find out about their facilities.

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Find out what our new festival app has to offer and download it for free.

Image credits: Banner image by Luke Thornton; 'Beverley from above' by John McLinden; 'The Minster from Wednesday Market' by Rachael Horner; Getting here' by Styling Wizard: Google Maps APIs; 'Venues / access' by Kerrin Tatman

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