With narrow street streets and courtyard’s, high end shops and restaurants Beverly continues to attract historians, music lovers, racegoers and shoppers. Popular places to visit include Beverley Minster – famous for its 13th century stone carvings and stained glass – and the 15th century North Bar which divides impressive Georgian streets containing a many listed buildings. There is an upmarket shopping experience waiting for you and the opportunity to browse both high street names & independent shops, or you can simply wander around the traditional Saturday market ideal for picking up local produce and crafts. The Race-course -Well worth a visit, some of Britain’s best flat racing takes place at the famous racecourse which has been part of the town’s lifeblood since the 16th century providing a warm welcome and refreshment to everyone during the season. Beverley also has a number of quirky cafes, acclaimed restaurants and historic pubs, to end the day a visit to Beverley wouldn’t be complete without an evening stroll on the Westwood!