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National Railway Museum

York 19.8 mi away
#1 of 231 things to do in York
All good things to say: excellent selection of trains and displays with nice signage, wonderful gift shops, delicious cafe, helpful friendly staff, clean restrooms, and kid friendly.
... the turntable in the Great Hall, explanations of how a steam engine works, as well as opportunities to see restoration projects in action, as well as large selection of railway memorabilia from the UK and beyond
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Play It VR

Acomb 18.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Acomb
Lots of fun, staff were really helpful and a massive selection of games to choose from.
Great fun and something different for families and/or groups of friends.
#1 of 2 things to do in Huby
... zeus educational but in an informal relaxed atmosphere an all day i recomend as there is so much to see and do, it is also obvious that the birds welfare has prioraty i cant praise the whole experiance enough
... the staff gave us an amazing display with owls and other birds flying over and amongst us with opportunities to have one land on your arm and take off again if you wished to do this I had a beautiful barn owl.
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York Maze

York 24.1 mi away
#5 of 231 things to do in York
My favourite thing (mum) was the House of even more Cornfusion!!! Fantastic!!! Children loved the giant corn snake slides and we all loved the tractor ride!! Really friendly and welcoming staff...Jonny on tractor...
Had a really wonderful day today the Mazes where fun and my children enjoyed the slides and rides really great fun for all ages The Crow ride was brilliant and very entertaining for all of us York Maze kept us goi...
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National Coal Mining Museum

Overton, UK 19.8 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Overton
... are always highly impressed by the professionalism the way the tours are conducted and together with the polite and very helpful staff especially good humoured ex miner guides this is a "MUST" for all schools
I have been to other preserved pits but this one, with its added amenities like nature trail and rail rides, as well as a wealth of mining artefacts from the 17th century onwards, excellent cafe and picnic areas,...

Valley Gardens

Harrogate 4.7 mi away
#3 of 47 things to do in Harrogate
Beautiful park plenty to do for children Harrogate town is a lovely beautiful place to visit every effort is made to make the town look as colourful as can be with there beautiful flower displays I travel here per...
the valley gardens are an absolute joy to visit at any time of year and are always immaculate and well cared for A bonus is the lovely cafe in the gardens

Harrogate Climbing Centre

Harrogate 4.1 mi away
#2 of 47 things to do in Harrogate
A wide range of climbing and bouldering challenges, frequently refreshed and renewed, friendly helpful staff and fellow climbers of all ages and abilities (plus adjoining cafe).
The instructor (Jonny) did a great job in keeping the children engaged for the whole 1.5 hours and I was really impressed by how well he managed to keep 8 over-excited children under control for so long.

Calderdale Industrial Museum

Halifax, UK 18.2 mi away
#1 of 29 things to do in Halifax
We had an enjoyable couple of hours.From engineering, spinning and weaving, knitting,quarrying,the invention of cats eyes and of course the very famous Quality Street a great chance to reminisce or learn about the...
Lovely volunteer-run museum with many old machines in working condition, keen friendly knowledgeable local people, and a cute cafe and shop with many nice old timey things for sale.

The Wonkey Donkey Visitors Centre

Knottingley, UK 22.4 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Knottingley
... the donkeys, the goats and particularly, the cat So relaxed and accessible the family stories were amazing and inspirational The power of animals to heal is magical indeed Thank you so much for a lovely trip
Absolutely loved the donkey sanctuary very informative was allowed to pet an stroke the donkeys my five year old grandson loved every minuet of it an will return

Hesketh Farm Park

Skipton 13.8 mi away
#1 of 25 things to do in Skipton
... great inside too , baby changing facilities and a lovely cafe and great for walk out side , the tractor ride take you to have look around , little pond and lots more best family day out for all ages , you must...
We absolutely love this place and so does my niece, lots to do and learn and when the weather is nice a lovely picnic area and play area , Staff friendly, great value for money!

Shambles

York 20.5 mi away
#3 of 231 things to do in York
Take a stroll down this historic street in York amazing place to visit .York is full of history places to visit great educational place for kids to visit and see history come alive
A most enjoyable experience, like travelling back to Medieval times with a range of individual shops housed in buildings dating back to the 1400's The buildings are so picturesque and make the street worth visitin...
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Queen Street Mill Textile Museum

Burnley, UK 26.6 mi away
#1 of 17 things to do in Burnley
A brilliant living history museum showing a typical Lancashire Mill, a venue for the film The Kings Speech, sadly under funded, but has open days where you get the chance to see this fantastic place.
This is a magnificent example of our unique industrial heritage, a monument to Victorian engineering and a tribute to the local Lancashire folk who worked there (including my Grandmother).

Shores Hey Farm

Burnley, UK 25.6 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Burnley
Really lovely day out - great cafe, lots of horses to see and fun little play area for the kids, set in the gorgeous surroundings of some of the best landscape Burnley has to offer.
It is interesting to look around, and you are helping to support a worthwhile worthy charity, and you can pet and pat the ponies who like a bit of love and affection, and children will really enjoy it .
#1 of 17 things to do in Thirsk
Family friendly, bring your own picnic and stay longer to benifit- lovely gift shop/ snack bar- The handlers just ooze knowlegde and enthusiam: a joy to watch the birds and listen to their amazing commentary.
This gem is a family run “birds of prey centre”, hosted by dedicated professionals who are amazingly dedicated to their animals welfare, environment and educating the public about an ancient tradition and the wond...

Shibden Park

Halifax, UK 17.4 mi away
#5 of 29 things to do in Halifax
Great for family, walking dogs, taking the bikes and scooters, flat paths for push chairs..... Boating lake with row boats and pedallos and duckd to feed, take a trip on the miniature rain, or try your hand at min...
There's a boating lake a minature train big playground and plenty of grass to sit or play on they also have a pitch and putt and a cafe it really is a beautiful place to visit great for families of all ages

World of James Herriot

Thirsk 23.2 mi away
#2 of 17 things to do in Thirsk
Upstairs houses an extensive selection of instruments and displays relevant to the history of veterinary medicine which gives a fascinating insight into the work of vets and their varied "patients".
His life, which he seemed to take so much joy in--with all those elements of a great vocation, camaraderie with his fellow vets, love of family, enjoyment of animals and their owners, incredible natural beauty of...
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Kirklees Light Railway

Huddersfield, UK 23.0 mi away
#2 of 42 things to do in Huddersfield
What a fantastic day we all had grandparents with two grandchildren ,lovely safe clean bright play area lots of places to sit ,covered picnic areas ,lovely little train bargain at 50 p each ,they absolutely loved...
From Grandad driving a train; through to Grandson playing with the train sets in the excellent cafe and all the family enjoying the atmosphere and countryside on a trip up the line.

Beaumont Park

Huddersfield, UK 22.7 mi away
#1 of 42 things to do in Huddersfield
Lovely walk round very tidy well cared for amazing view from a seat just inside the entrance to the park great play area for children nice little cafe with homemade cakes yummy!
Absolutely love it here so many area to explore so nice in summer take a picnic find a nice quite area and relax alternately get on your walking boots and go exploring don’t forget your camera as there will be loa...

Stockeld Park

Spofforth 6.2 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Spofforth
Brilliantly friendly and professional staff all of which were knowledgeable approachable kind and considerate to my daughter and her excitement for Christmas and seeing Father Christmas The facilities were supe...
... well signed, really good quality original models all the way around, the enchantered garden with lovely different adventures all the way around and picnic areas, free roller skating, that our grandson enjoyed.

Roundhay Park

Leeds, UK 8.0 mi away
#1 of 176 things to do in Leeds
This is the largest park in Europe , wonderful walks ,flower beds , sensory garden , beautiful lakes ,lakeside café, children's play area and the jewel in the crown is tropical world ,you can easily spend a full d...
the park is a true gem 10 mins from Leeds city centre ,a lovely setting for walks around the big lake and a wonderful place to eat at the mansion house too ,childrens play area and huge green grass areas for picni...

Studfold Adventure Trail

Lofthouse 19.1 mi away
#2 of 3 things to do in Lofthouse
And WOW it was brilliant, we partook in The Great Studfold Easter Egg Hunt which the adults of the group became a little competitive and the my daughter 9 very much enjoyed the fairy houses.
We ordered a picnic and it was delivered to the barn so was waiting for us after our trail, a welcome break before entering the Magical Wood which was a perfect end to a lovely day here.

Shibden Hall

Halifax, UK 17.7 mi away
#2 of 29 things to do in Halifax
A land train is available ( or a 10 minute walk down the hill) to visit a cafe, a boating lake and a mini railway set in lovely parkland which Ann Lister donated for the pleasure of local people.
This hall is set in beautiful surroundings, the hall itself is very well preserved and attention to detail excellent, the only downside our friend is in a wheelchair and at the moment , you cant access upstairs if...

Shipley Glen Cable Tramway

Shipley, UK 10.5 mi away
#2 of 19 things to do in Shipley
The Shipley tramway runs from the bottom of Baildon near Roberts park up to the moor and is every child's wonderful experience to ride the open top tram which brings back happy memories from when we we children ma...
... with the dark afternoon and the christmas lights it gave a real festive feel, the people that run the tram are so friendly.The gift our Grandson received was of high quality I highly recommend Shipley Tramway.

RSPB Fairburn Ings nature reserve

Castleford, UK 16.4 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Castleford
Excellent , everybody must go , terrific was everybody especially children , learn all about the birds ,take your binoculars ,children love pond dipping , and the park and cafe
There’s pond dipping, where they supply bowls & nets to catch tadpoles, alongside plenty of bird life to spot for the avid #Twitchers There’s a centre that’s open to purchase merchandise, along with bird food, etc...

Janet's Foss

Malham 24.5 mi away
#3 of 7 things to do in Malham
The waterfall is about 1 mile from the car park at Malham along an easy path with lovely views all the way- i would definately recommend a visit if you are in the Yorkshire dales, also visit Malham Cove nearby
Easy walking from the village which is fairly easy on wide limestone pavement until you reach Malham woods were it turns to a track that is quite undulating as you come closer to the Foss it rises over the rocks t...

Skipton Castle Woods

Skipton 17.8 mi away
#2 of 25 things to do in Skipton
Skipton Castle Woods we what a walk near Skipton Castle a great choice there is ruffly 3 Walks its pleasant and enjoyable we had a great time walking lots of birds twitting so much woods and greenery we loved it v...
Accessed from the town centre between a beck and a canal branch that supplied the castle.You walk along below the castle walls surrounded by cascading plants and trees lining the way and full of wildlife.
#21 of 231 things to do in York
Toured the small zoo set in stunning woodland with amazing trees, fantastic enclosed kids play park, Gnome sanctuary, paddled in stream, loved the meerkats.
Askham Bryan Wildlife and Conservation Park (ABC) is a great idea; it allows for college students to learn about and care for animals during the week and opens to the public on weekends and during school holidays.

Beacon Alpacas

Husthwaite 22.8 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Husthwaite
... walking an Alpaca, I had Red to walk, he was a gorgeous character was the best experience, it was a fun, beautiful walk with such an informative guide, open to any questions and explained everything brilliantly.
It's obvious Jackie loves these lovely creatures and they love her, we had a lovely walk and Jackie gave encouragement to all (including the alpacas) another cuppa to finish or a nice touch an iced lolly choice, w...

Thornton Hall Farm Country Park

Thornton-in-Craven 23.2 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Thornton-in-Craven
We both love it, the bikes are great, the instructors always friendly and professional, and the quad bike trail is varied, great fun and with fantastic scenery and animals along the way, the hour flies by.
... ride and the faces of each of us as we watched the special relationship between Benny and Marshall!!! Amazing!! On behalf of my team thank you so much Thornton Hall Farm, especially Joe, Benny and Lorna!!
#1 of 25 things to do in Keighley
There is a wide range of vintage railway carriages, all beautifully and lovingly restored to amazing condition, and plenty of other very old items, nameplates, signs, railway memorabilia.
Plenty to see in both sheds there’s carriages that you can go in to look also a number of steam locomotives to view, plenty of memorabilia to see.if you come here try an leave a donation in the boxes as it’s Free...