13 September 2024

All A-Board! A Night of Games at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway!

Step back in time and join us for All A-Board Games Night, an unforgettable evening of fun and nostalgia at the North Yorkshire Moors Railway! Whether you're a seasoned board game enthusiast or a curious beginner, our Board Game Night promises excitement for all. Join us for food, drinks, and a chance to roll the dice and embark on a journey of friendly competition. The historic charm of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway provides the perfect backdrop for an evening where old-fashioned fun meets modern-day enthusiasm.

New Wave is Heritage Open Days' annual training and development programme that takes a small cohort through a structured five-session course focused on working with young adults to develop new, innovative Heritage Open Days events. The All A-board Games Night has been developed and organised by young adults who have been through the New Wave programme.

  • Suitability: Adults and Children aged 10+ years old
  • Times: 19:00 to 21:30
  • Meeting Place: Pickering Station, Learning Centre, Platform 2.
  • Booking: You must pre-book your FREE Ticket


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The NYMR's Trust is a not-for-profit charity, which focuses on both the education of all people of all backgrounds through the operation of a living museum demonstrating the impact of the coal-powered steam railway as a catalyst for the rapid expansion of the Industrial Revolution and a foundation of modern societies and economies. 

About Heritage Open Days

  • Heritage Open Days is England’s largest festival of history and culture. Running for ten days every September, the festival offers free access to heritage events and activities across England.
  • Heritage Open Days is brought to you by the National Trust with support from players of People’s Postcode Lottery, and delivered locally by a large range of organisations (including civic societies, heritage organisations and local councils, community champions and thousands of enthusiastic volunteers).
  • For further details about the festival, visit heritageopendays.org.uk