Wharram Percy Deserted Medieval Village, Malton

(4.1/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
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  • Visited here after eating sunday lunch in Bishop Wilton. Free car park was rammed so managed to park roadside on the verge and enjoyed a somewhat muddy walk to the church ruins. This is the only stand...  more »
  • Visited with my family after a long walk came to a cow field which is not good for me as I am scared to death of cattle. Not much to see to be honest a church and a house. Many people have done lots o...  more »
  • Adore coming up here with the dog to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Yes it is a little walk from the car park to the site, but this adds to the sense of anticipation as you approach th...  more »
  • Consider this more of a walk with some historical signposts rather than a destination. There are the ruins of a church that are worth exploring, but other than the church and the graveyard it is mostly open fields with some foundation stones. Overall the trip was enjoyable, but a local walk closer to home might save time in the car.
  • Well worth a visit, a lovely walks down the hill over the bridge and up the slope where you'll find a church ruin, great for exploring, lots of information and some of your own imagination could put some of the houses back.
  • Great walk, lots to see and do, plenty of views and not too long for kids, would recommend to anyone on a walk.