By Joshua Robinson –
Experts at holiday cottage company Wheelwrights York have revealed the best-rated tourist attractions in Yorkshire in a new study. Ranking each attraction on:
- The percentage of 5* TripAdvisor reviews
- The number of TripAdvisor reviews
- The number of reviews on Google Reviews
- The average Google Reviews rating
The Top 20 Most Popular Attractions in Yorkshire:
#1. National Railway Museum, York
Taking the top spot for the most popular attraction in Yorkshire is the National Railway Museum in York, with a popularity score of 180 out of 200. Home to collections and famous trains including the world’s fastest steam locomotive, the museum is great for all ages. It’s open 7 days a week, with free entry.
With its 24,571 Google Reviews reviews having an average rating of 4.7 out of 5, and 73% of TripAdvisor reviews giving the museum five stars.
#2. Abbey Fountains, Ripon
For lovers of Yorkshire’s renowned history and heritage, few attractions offer as rich an experience as Abbey Fountains. A World Heritage site, Abbey Fountains scored 176 out of 200, with thousands of positive reviews praising its breath-taking beauty. 80% of reviews on TripAdvisor rated the attraction as five stars, with Google Reviews giving an average review rating of 4.8.
#3. York Minister, York
Coming third in the study with a score of 171 out of 200 is York Minister. 69% of TripAdvisor reviewers gave it five stars, with its collection of over 17,500 reviews on Google Reviews having an average rating of 4.7.
The world-renowned 7th century cathedral is an architectural masterpiece, and true feast for the eyes.
The Most Popular City in Yorkshire for Attractions
Taking eight of the top twenty spots in the rankings, York has an abundance of popular attractions all in one place, making it a great holiday destination. Whether visiting for a long weekend or spending a full week taking in the sights there’s so much to see.
About Wheelwrights York:
Wheelwrights are a holiday letting agency in Elterwater, near Ambleside in the Lake District, and offer a range of properties in York city centre through Wheelwrights York in collaboration with York Conservations Trust, York Minster and local landlords.
To visit Wheelwrights York, please us the following link: https://www.wheelwrightsyork.com/