Yorkshire Wolds Attractions
The Yorkshire Wolds has quite a few interesting visitor attractions. Here I've listed some of the more interesting from an historical viewpoint, divided loosely by category. I've included attractions slightly outside the Wolds 'proper', as the distance involved in getting to these places is not very great.
Historic Houses
Burton Agnes Hall and Burton Agnes Manor
Burton Constable Hall - 16th century stately home
Scampston Hall - lovely house and walled garden
Sledmere House - Georgian house looking over lovely parkland, numerous Victorian monuments nearby
Sutton Park - A lovely Georgian country house in pretty parkland

Historic Churches - lots in this category!
Beverley Minster - one of the finest medieval churches in England
Beverley - St Mary's - superb medieval carvings
Bishop Wilton
Boynton - Georgian church with turkey lectern
Bridlington Priory - last vestige of a powerful medieval monastery
Burton Bishop
Catwick - Saxon carving of St Michael
Cowlam - wonderful Saxon font
Easington - can you spot the Easington Imp?
Fimber - another 'Sykes Church'
Fordon - one of the tiniest churches in England
Garton-on-the-Wolds - superb Saxon church and Victorian murals
Goodmanham - another delightful Saxon church
Goxhill - a secluded Italian church
Great Givendale - beautifully situated tiny church
Howden - medieval minster
Kilnwick - Norman carvings
Kirby Grindalythe - Victorian mosaic
Kirkburn - Norman archway and superb carved font
Kirkham Priory - atmospheric monastery beside the River Derwent
Londesborough - rich in historic artefacts; a Saxon cross, brasses to the Boyle family
Lowthorpe - unusual table tomb carving
Lund - a pair of medieval effigies
Market Weighton - Saxon font and grave of the Giant Bradley
North Grimston - superbly carved Norman font
North Newbald - three richly carved Norman doorways and Norman crossing arches
Old Malton - marvellous Norman west front
Ottringham - medieval carved corbel heads
Patrington - perhaps the perfect example of a Decorated Gothic church in England
Rudston - carved Norman font and prehistoric monolith in the churchyard
Selby Abbey - wonderful Norman church with medieval Jesse window
Skirlaugh - marvellous example of Perpendicular style
South Dalton - one of the finest Victorian parish churches anywhere in England
Thixendale - wionderful Victorian church by GE Street
Thwing - Norman font and medieval effigy
Warter - Victorian church now acts as the Wolds Heritage Centre
Welwick - superb 14th century tomb and Gunpowder Plot associations
Wintringham - wonderful carvings
Wold Newton - Norman doorway

Prehistoric sites
Duggleby Howe - large burial mound
Rudston Monolith - the tallest standing stone in Britain
Danes Dyke - earthwork defences on Flamborough Head

Burnby Hall Garden - famous collection of water lilies

Flamborough Headland
Yorkshire Wolds Way
Wharram Percy - deserted medieval village

Skipsea Castle - large Norman motte and earthworks

That's just a starting place! Each of the attractions above has a list of other nearby attractions and towns/villages to visit, plus nearby accommodation and historic links to other attractions. Enjoy.