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The Weather in Knaresborough
Check out the climate diagram for Knaresborough. On average, the warmest month is July. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 1° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is December.
Discover magical caves and castles with Knaresborough holiday lettings
Knaresborough accommodations present a slice of British history dating back over a thousand years. Unique family attractions and a picturesque riverside setting in the Yorkshire hills complete this ideal holiday destination.
Knaresborough Castle towers majestically over the River Nidd. Once a stronghold of medieval kings, the castle is filled with fascinating glimpses of the past. Discover the Courthouse Museum, the King's tower, medieval graffiti, and a secret Civil War tunnel.
Ruined Spofforth Castle is about as romantic a destination as you'll find. Built in the eleventh century, its Gothic windows and fortifications cut an impressive figure to this day. It is reputedly where the Magna Carta was drawn up in 1215.
Magic caves and climbing
Discover the mysteries of Mother Shipton's Cave, the birthplace of Britain's most famous prophetess. England's oldest attraction has been open since 1630. Make a wish at Mother Shipton's magical well, and follow her story as you explore the cave's dark and mystical corners.
Brightly coloured climbing walls ascend all the way to the roof at Harrogate Climbing Centre. Have a go at climbing in a safe environment at this quality climbing and bouldering centre. You can even take climbing courses with the support of experienced tutors.
Walks and woodland
Why not follow the Sculpture Trail at RHS Garden Harlow? Handmade sculptures by a variety of Yorkshire-based artists harmonise with the landscape. Frolic in 28 hectares of lush valley gardens in the Yorkshire meadows. Follow the stream and visit the impressive Alpine House to take in its spectacular woodland views.
The River Nidd Waterside Walk runs from magical Mother Shipton's Cave past Knaresborough Castle to the Chapel of Our Lady of the Crag. Spanning for around a mile, the walk is interspersed with cafés and boathouses where you can rent a boat for the day.
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