Pick up a fantastic value Half-Price Family Day Pass to Northwood Trail – England’s Fairy Sanctuary.
Northwood Trail is about fostering a connection to nature at its most beautiful and magical in their hundred-acre wood. They are a unique fairy sanctuary, the first of its kind, and merely present the forgotten history of Northwood and display the fairy artefacts and treasures found over the years – for young and old alike to enjoy.
Reconnect with Nature
Located on the outskirts of York, Northwood Trail is a natural rustic attraction, sympathetic to its woodland surroundings and perfect for reconnecting children and adults to the freedom and magic of the natural world – all year around.
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Enjoy a day out with a difference at Northwood Trail where there’s no brightly coloured plastic just a dramatic hundred acre wood – at its most beautiful and magical.
Deep in the woodland not far from the City of York is a magical place where the fairies live…
Northwood Trail on the outskirts of York is England’s Fairy Sanctuary. It’s not a typical visitor attraction at all, they don’t have acres of brightly coloured plastic and are not intent on “distracting and entertaining” children. Rather, their hundred-acre wood is about fostering a connection to nature – at its most beautiful and magical. They are a unique fairy sanctuary, the first of its kind, and merely present the forgotten history of Northwood and display the fairy artefacts and treasures found over the years – for young and old alike to enjoy.
England’s Fairy Sanctuary
Attractions in York
Travelling to Northwood Trail
Northwood Trail in is situated between the villages of Sand Hutton and Stamford Bridge. From York and Hull, take the Buttercrambe turn off from the A166 (just after the Balloon Tree) and continue then take the 3rd left turning (800 yds after Sand Hutton turn) into Northwood. From Scarborough follow the A64 and turn off for the village of Sand Hutton, pass through the edge of the village towards Stamford Bridge, turn left at the T junction towards Buttercrambe and after approximately 800 metres turn left into Northwood.
There are lots of places to stay in Yorkshire. Northwood Trail is surrounded by beautiful Yorkshire countryside and is located on the outskirts of York. If you are only planning on visiting the museum for one day and would like to explore some of the other attractions in the area then take a look at the self-catering cottages near Northwood Trail available from Snaptrip.