Speaking to HU17.net she said;
“This year the programme includes open buildings, walks and talks, and everything is free. In Highgate, a number of properties are open up and down the street, mainly on Saturday.
“Also as well as seeing houses not usually open you can explore, eat and drink at the Monks’ Walk, or sit peacefully in the quiet garden beside no.38. St Mary’s.”
“Beverley Minster is also offering special extras, like climbing the towers. The glorious Norwood House and Lairgate Hall are open on Friday. While both the High School and the Grammar School are open too.”
“A few miles outside town, Rowley church is open all three days with a special exhibition, and Rowley Manor on Friday as well. Rowley a special place, no village but a splendid house and church.”
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“You can also visit Bishop Burton Walled Garden and talk with the Head Gardener there. Walks range from the stones of Beverley to Risby where Henry VIII came to dinner.”
“There is also a walk from St Mary’s tower to the new ER College tower and there are many other walks too.”
There is a printed programme which you can pick up for free from the Tourist Information Centre and other locations, and there is also a national online site, https://www.heritageopendays.org.uk/visiting
Go to the site and put in your postcode, you will be surprised at the variety on offer, in Beverley, Hull, the East Riding and indeed all over England – some 5000 sites.