Most of the Yorkshire Dales are named after their rivers but Wensleydale is named after the small market town that produced the crumbly cheese.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park is one of 15 in the UK.
There is a species of moss that only grows in the Yorkshire Dales.
There are nearly 1100 farms in the Yorkshire Dales National Park.
Lead Mining was common in the Yorkshire Dales in the 19th century.
The Yorkshire Dales are known to have over 2500 caves with many like White Scar Cave, Ingleborough Cave and Stump Cross Caverns popular to tour.
Blacksheep Brewery, Masham
The Forbidden Corner, Middeham
Ripon’s Workhouse, Prison/Police and Courthouse Museums