What’s on in Beverley this September?
Beverley always has plenty on offer for a great family day out, ranging from sporting events to music festivals! Its picturesque setting offers a backdrop of stunning views, as well as an incredible historical heritage that history buffs will love.
Here’s what’s happening in Beverley in September...
Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition, East Riding Treasure House, 22nd June - 14th September
If you’re a fan of wildlife and the natural world, you’re sure to love this exhibition, which is on loan exclusively from the Natural History Museum. It started back in June and is set to finish mid-September, so you don’t have long to see this breathtaking collection of 100 images. They showcase fascinating animal behaviour and a myriad of wildlife landscapes we’re sure animal lovers will be astounded by!
Season Closer, Beverley Racecourse, 24th September
Beverley is renowned for its race days, so don’t miss out on the Season Closer, which marks the end of the 2019 season! Gates open from midday and the first race starts at 2pm. Go along and enjoy the thrill of the races and first-class hospitality from one of the region’s premier leisure attractions.
Beverley Chamber Music Festival, 25th - 28th September
This popular festival is presented by New Paths Music, and will bring the finest musicians, soloists, string quartets and chamber ensembles to St Mary’s Church, at the heart of Beverley’s Georgian quarter. If you want to express your passion for Beverley’s rich cultural history and immerse yourself into rhythmic and melodic bliss, then you should certainly book your place. We’re sure you’ll love it!