Snowball Plantation
York – Britain’s Second City
York is a compact walled riverside city and home to countless world-class attractions, museums and galleries.   Best known are stunning York Minster and the adjacent, haunted, Treasurer’s House, medieval buildings around Stonegate and in The Shambles, the Jorvik Viking Centre, the National Railway Museum with the Yorkshire Wheel offering spectacular views of the city and countryside. The renowned Castle Museum and Cliffords Tower.  Visitors can explore the city on foot, perhaps with Blue Badge Guides who offer daily walking tours, or around the many snickleways or the city’s bar walls. After-dark Ghost Walks are always popular and other options include sightseeing buses and regular boat trips on the River Ouse.

See more at  www.visityork.org
Things to do in the area around Snowball
Scouting
Just enjoy the peace and quiet, or be  adventurous


Walks & Mountain bike rides: Local area footpaths and bridle ways, quiet country roads.

Most of the following activities can be reached from snowball on the Yorkshire Coastliner Buses.
Swimming Pool
The closest swimming pool to Snowball is only a few minutes drive away.
www.waterworldyork.co.uk
Dalby Forest
Mountain Biking
www.forestry.gov.uk/dalbyforest

Flamingo Land
Theme Park & Zoo
www.flamingolandcrazy.co.uk

Jorvik Viking Centre
Discover York’s famous Vikings
www.jorvik-viking-centre.co.uk
The York Maze
Carved out of 1.5 million growing maize plants and covering the area of 15 football pitches,York maze is thought to be the largest maze in the world!!
www.yorkmaze.com

The Ice Factor
The 600 sq m rink of real ice enjoys one of the most picturesque settings in the country for outdoor skating. The ice rink operates from November until  January.
www.theicefactor.co.uk
National Railway Museum
Learn all about trains, and the history of the railways . Free entry to the museaum.
www.nrm.org.uk

North Yorkshire Moors Railway
Experience the thrill of a full size steam locomotive, or the power of a diesel engine on a nostalgic journey through spectacular countryside.
www.nymr.co.uk

Murton Park
Murton Park offers a Celtic Settlement, a Roman Fort, a Dark Age Village, Tudor Experience, the Home Front Experience and Yorkshire Museum of Farming.
www.murtonpark.co.uk

Castle Howard
Castle Howard is one of Britain's finest historic houses:
www.castlehoward.co.uk

Yorkshire Air Museum
Experience what life was like on a typical wartime bomber station, as well as displaying the history of aviation.
www.yorkshireairmuseum.co.uk

Yorkshire Museum
The museum is home to some of Britain's finest archaeological treasures and the history of England until 1550 can be traced through its galleries.
www.yorkshiremuseum.org.uk
York Castle Museum
York Castle Museum is one of Britain's leading museums of everyday life. It shows how people used to live by displaying thousands of household objects and by recreating rooms, shops, streets - and even prison cells.
www.yorkcastlemuseum.org.uk

River Cruise
Cruising on the picturesque River Ouse
www.yorkboat.co.uk

York Brewery
www.yorkbrew.demon.co.uk

Ghost Walks
York is famous for its many ghosts and scary tales, taking one of the ghost walks is hightly recommended.
www.ghosthunt.co.uk
www.ghosttrail.co.uk
www.theoriginalghostwalkofyork.co.uk

Snowball also offers access to the Yorkshire Wolds, North York Moors and Yorkshire Coast.
www.moors.uk.net
www.yorkshire-coast.co.uk