Top Yorkshire Audio Guides
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Dambusters Run & Bleaklow Sightseeing Tour On the night of 16 May 1943 nineteen Lancasters from the specially formed 617 Squadron took off from RAF Scampton in Lincolnshire on a daring raid that was to take them deep into Germany. On the bombing run an exact height of 60 feet had to be held. To facilitate this two spotlights were fitted below the Lancaster so that the spots of light would coincide on the surface of the water when flying at precisely 60 feet. The Peak District is one of England's beautiful National Parks. The flight will take you through the Peak District covering Chatsworth House, the Mam Tor rock formations and Lady Bower reservoir/Derwent Valley where the RAF trained for the Dam Buster flights during World War II. Passengers will have the opportunity to appreciate this special piece of aviation history as well taking in views of outstanding natural beauty.
Journey back in time on a hop-on hop-off bus tour of York, England’s quintessential medieval town. Your flexible 24-hour ticket enables you build a custom itinerary of York’s main attractions such as The Stonebow, Clifford’s Tower, Museum Gardens and more. With unobstructed views from the open-top viewing deck and 20 possible stops around town, you have the best of the city at your fingertips.
So, you arrive in a new town or city and want to know all about it. You have 3 choices available to you. 1. Go on a guided tour and see all those sights you read about before you came. 2. Walk around aimlessly hoping that the Gods of tourism will guide you. 3. Go to snikkit dot com and see what like minded locals want you to see about their home. Snikkit dot com will show you everything about a place. The main sites of interest. The history The people But also the small stories, the best pubs and bars, where the locals eat and much much more. This is your tour at your own pace and at your convenience. We have done all the homework for you and found and researched all the stories and facts you need for an enlightening self guided tour of York's history, facts and arts, we've even collected ghost stories and famous murders. Once logged in you are the boss, you decide what you want to see and when you want to see it.
Taking safety measures
Social distancing enforced throughout experience
Regular temperature checks for staff
Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival
Whitby’s historic East Side has a close affinity with the sea and this self guided audio tour provides an ideal introduction to local pastimes like fishing and rowing as well as the shipwrecks along our shore. You'll never look at the East Side in quite the same way again. You'll hear about: • Whitby’s handcrafted Lucky Ducks • Whitby's fishing heritage • The legend of the Penny Hedge • How Whitby might have inspired one of Charles Dickens' most well-known characters • The German bombardment of the town in 1914 • J. M. W. Turner's roughest sketch • The Whitby Wyrm • How to spot vampire blood I’ll point out some of the quirkiest places to have a drink along the way as well as the viewpoints most people miss. Be sure to pack your camera if you’re into photography!
It’s not easy journeying to Whitby, so it’s important to make the most of your time here. On this self-guided audio tour, I'll introduce you to major local characters, engrossing legends and hidden treasures in this historic town, over a millennium in the making. Whether this is your first visit or your thirtieth, this tour is certain to make you look at Whitby in a new light. It also provides an ideal introduction to sites like the Whitby Abbey, the Captain Cook Memorial Museum and the Endeavour Experience, which you can return to at the end of the tour. On this tour, you'll hear about: • Some of the greatest voyages of exploration of all time • Why people once thought the town was infested with serpents • How Whitby jet, a gemstone, inspired the novel Dracula • An illiterate poet • Why there’s a polar bear in the town centre • Why the houses with the best views were some of the cheapest • The Hand of Glory and where to find it
Explore an extraordinary 2,000 years of history on this walk through the City of York. You'll experience Roman, Viking and medieval York, see all the sights of the City, including some of the great buildings of the world - and some less expected ones. As you walk you'll learn the history of this great City, and the central role it played in the history of England. From its humble beginnings as a riverside Roman settlement, to its turbulent takeover by the Vikings, and on to its thriving medieval period. You’ll hear about kings and queens, and the lives of ordinary people and hear stories of invasions, executions, personal sacrifice, floods and even ghosts. So, if you’re visiting York, uncover some of the great figures and lesser known characters that have shaped this beautiful city by the River Ouse. The tour is ready whenever you are and the audio plays automatically at exactly the right time and place using your smartphone's GPS and the VoiceMap mobile app, which also works offline.
Save tired legs and go on a tour of the North Yorkshire countryside from the comfort of a public cruise. It’s a faster way to see local sights than a walking tour, and it’s perfect for all weather conditions too. As an added bonus, commentary is provided during the boat trip, so you’ll be entertained and hear stories about the local area as you travel.
Take to the water and explore beautiful Yorkshire by boat on this relaxing sightseeing cruise. With a traditional Yorkshire tea of sandwiches, scones, desserts, and drinks served on board, cruise through the pretty countryside and admire uninterrupted views from your vantage point on the water. There’s also a fully licensed bar on board.
Relax on a 2-hour cruise while enjoying a Ploughman's Lunch and drinks served on board. Two-hour cruise with lunch Fully licensed bar onboard
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What are the best Audio Guides in Yorkshire?
The best Audio Guides in Yorkshire according to Viator travelers are:
- Dambusters Run & Bleaklow Sightseeing Helicopter Tour
- City Sightseeing York Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
- York Walking Tour (with NEW self distancing)
- Whitby's Historic East Side: An audio tour uncovering the east side's tales
- Essential Whitby: Discover the town’s legends and treasures on an audio tour
What Audio Guides in Yorkshire are taking additional safety precautions?
- Kilburn White Horse
- Richard III Experience at Monk Bar
- Yorkshire Museum
- Barley Hall
- Flamingo Land
- Fairfax House
- SEA LIFE® Scarborough
- York Army Museum
- The Little Chocolate Shop
- National Railway Museum
- Wensleydale Creamery
- York's Chocolate Story
- Henry VII Experience at Micklegate Bar
- World of James Herriot
- Treasurer's House
- York Maze
- Bridlington Birds of Prey & Animal Park
- Goddards House and Garden
- Eden Camp
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