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Tourism is one of the key sectors in the North Yorkshire economy and contributes significantly to the local economy. The economic development unit works to further develop North Yorkshire as a place to visit all year round.
The County has the major part of two of England's nine national parks, a stunning heritage coast, three designated areas of outstanding natural beauty and numerous other sites of special scientific interest. It also offers historic and vibrant market towns, a world heritage site at Fountains Abbey and across the county there are over 12,000 listed buildings.
North Yorkshire County Council continues to support many schemes across the county which have further developed and improved the appeal to visitors.
North Yorkshire accommodation and attractions guides - out now.
Charming market towns nestle against a backdrop of rolling farmland, ancient woodland and beautiful heather moorland. Historic houses, atmospheric abbeys, stunning coast and picturesque villages ... so much to see and enjoy across North Yorkshire.
The tourism guides below will help you to plan your visit to North Yorkshire, it's coast and dales, and the historic City of York. Simply click an image to be taken to an online interactive version of the guides. You can then choose to browse, download or print the guide or any useful pages from it.
Ask for a copy at your nearest tourist information or click here to select a brochure to view electronically.