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All reviews national trust car park amazing rock formations nt members parking fee kids will love rock climbing natural beauty fascinating place all ages well worth a visit great for kids few hours ice cream large area great place to visit small cafe
This was a really great day out. Just me and my partner however families would have a great time. Got some brilliant pictures. Felt like a kid again climbing all over the rocks. Really was a geological wonder and a good walk.
National Trust so...More
The weather was perfect for a out visit which made the whole experience that much better!
Seeing all the eroded stones carved millions of years ago when all this was underwater... just fantastic!
Car park is coins or NT membership, it’s about a 5-8 minute...More
Short visit turned into quite a walk. The natural rock formations are so interesting and a little weird. Worth a visit. The children would love exploring with adult supervision as they are quite steep in places.
We came here at the weekend with some friends and their children.
The car park was busy but still spaces.
£6 for 4 hours (sorry I can't remember how much it cost for the day) and the machines only take coins.
We spent a few...More
First, a word of warning. Brimham Rocks isn't a small site and you do have a fair walk from the main car park (and much much further from the overflow car park, I went into).
Once you've reached the rocks, the number of photo opportunities...More
Okay, so we were here to visit some rocks! Well, they were great, grand-kids had a marvellous time climbing, make believe dens, echos, houses, you name it, they played it. Our dogs enjoyed it as well, running around and having an occasional climb.
We were amazed at the vastness of this geological area. Every path takes you past the amazing shapes of rocks carved over the centuries by the wind and rain. Many have been given names relative to their appearance - names such as “Dancing Bear” or...More
We visited Brimham Rocks with our 2 granddaughters aged 7 and 12. They loved every minute. £6 for all day parking and that's it. They loved the freedom of climbing anything they could. Following the path to the top where there is a cafe and...More
Response from SamanthaSaville1984 | Reviewed this property |
Parking costs £4 for 4 hours or £6 for 24 hours. It is free for National Trust members. There are 2 car parks; one at the bottom of the rocks and another about a 2 minute walk higher up than the first.