Hot Air Balloon Flights In Yorkshire

Take to skies over Yorkshire with our north England member: Balloon Rides Ltd.

  • Hot Air Balloon Rides in Yorkshire

    Flights From York

    Balloon Rides over Yorkshire

    Lying at the very heart of Yorkshire the historic City of York offers an ideal flight with take offs from the York Race Course.

    Lift away from this home of horse racing to drift over the ancient city walls, perhaps to follow the meandering river or head off towards the grand towers of York Minster. Passing below you can see the National Railway Museum, Clifford's Tower, Jorvik Viking Centre or, for chocoholics the Nestle Factory and the Medieval shopping area of the Shambles.

    Beyond in a pastoral setting is Castle Howard, the White Horse cut into the edge of the hills and in the summer, gaze at the Maze. No chance of losing you there though, you'll have taken a photograph. Back to Earth for Champagne and the presentation of your fligt certificate by the pilot.

    Our alternative launch site for occasions when horse racing prevents our take of from York, is the pretty village of Naburn, just a few miles south of the city next to the marina and the River Ouse.

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  • Hot Air Balloon Rides in Lincolnshire

    Flights In This Area Are Currently Suspended

    Balloon Rides over Lincolnshire

    We Have Currently Suspended Flights From Lincolnshire.
    Please Use Yorkshire or Derbyshire Instead.

    From our take off sites near Stamford and Grantham the Vales of South Lincolnshire have plenty of historic attractions to entrance passengers floating over on a hot air balloon ride. Please note: flights in this region are conducted on weekday afternoons/evenings only.

    Grimsthorpe Castle near the market town of Bourne was built in the 13th Century and is the centrepiece of a 3,000 acre park of rolling pastures, landscaped lakes and historic woodland and also includes a medieval deer park. Stamford is known as the 'best stone town in England'. It is architecturally outstanding with medieval buildings and Georgian streets and squares. On the edge of the town lies Burghley House, well known as the largest and grandest house of the first Elizabethan Age.

    North of Stamford is Stoke Rochford Hall, a Victorian country mansion made from the local mellow stone, as are many of the villages in the area.

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