Humble Bee Farm, which includes Wigwam Cabins, camping and luxury holiday cottages, is based on a working farm in a rural location.
Humble Bee Farm’s inaugural Walking Weekend on Saturday, May 16 includes a guided walk at 10am from the farm along the Wolds to the village of Wold Newton and back again, with a pub lunch available.
The walk will be led by ecologist Margaret Boyd of Yorkshire Coast Nature.
Ticket prices apply at £5 per adult and £2.50 per child and the whole walk should take around four hours.
There will also be a special VE Day Celebration on Saturday, May 9.
The event is set to include a Dad’s Army fun training, traditional 1940s dancing, a chance to join in a sing-along and to be transformed with some 1940s dress and hair.
Other events take place throughout the year, including Hidden Horizons Bushcraft Sessions, Star Gazing and Dinosaur Discovery, Halloween Pumpkin Patch and Santa’s Grotto events.
There will also be a Gin Tasting Night on Saturday, October 17 (details to be announced soon).
Julia Warters, co-owner of Humble Bee, said: “The new decade inspired us to create some new events and we welcome people to buy a ticket and join us for these special occasions.”
Call 01723 890437 during office hours to find out more about the events and to book tickets.