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#1 of 3 things to do in West Burton
Lovely village with this gem of a park and beautiful waterfall makes for a lovely relaxing stroll, with friendly locals as well.
... However when falls are gentle and water shallow you will most likely share the water with dogs and children The village of West Burton is a lovely dales village with maypole, play area, village green and stocks

Kettlewell

Kettlewell 9.7 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Kettlewell
My great niece really enjoyed herself and we spent a good couple of hours meandering the streets looking for clues - so if you haven't been, it's well worth a visit.
We stayed in a beautiful cottage called Renar cottage in Kettlewell in the Yorkshire Dales it was just wonderful the cottage was warm and welcoming the owner has thought of everything that you might need for your...

Studfold Adventure Trail

Lofthouse 10.0 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.

Leyburn Shawl

Leyburn 6.1 mi away
#1 of 12 things to do in Leyburn
Very easily accessed from the town, you are immediately immersed into the beautiful dales - absolutely stunning views and a really lovely walk.
This is a hidden gem and a lovely walk on a warm summer day with beautiful views over the dales also great for a picnic.

Druids Temple

Ripon 11.3 mi away
#7 of 27 things to do in Ripon
Beautiful for a picnic or a stroll through the area on a winters day to meander through the woodland.
Very interesting stone circle and lots of stone structures in the wood.
#7 of 23 things to do in Richmond
There's a really comfortable field centre with valuable information and a large workshop room, and for a small donation you can make yourself a cuppa.
Lovely picnic areas around the site where you can sit and watch the birds feed on the many bird feeders dotted around.

Aysgarth Falls

Aysgarth 1.1 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Aysgarth
Fantastic walks from the falls to the village Excellent cafe at car park Car park excellent with good toilets Dog friendly Waterfalls excellent
great to explore and take a packed lunch as there's a picnic area,we spent 2 hours just at the top,I have a 5 and a 15 yr old and both girls loved it,well worth a visit and it's free except the carpark which is a...
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The Forbidden Corner

Middleham 4.7 mi away
#1 of 7 things to do in Middleham
Our grandson loved exploring and we all had great fun, Highly recommended for families, this is a highly unusual attraction which will delight people of all ages.
We took a picnic with us and there is a lovely picnic area near a duck pond within a lovely grassed area, and an area in woodland with picnic tables, so lots of space for little ones to let off steam.

How Stean Gorge

Lofthouse 9.6 mi away
#1 of 3 things to do in Lofthouse
Went ladt minute with my mate, great campsite, a friendly local cat comes to say hi, staff are lovely and knowledgeable of the area, pub nearby opens at 7, good shower facilities, did the gorge walk which cost us...
Fab! Canoeing at the reservoir was a peaceful interlude (if slightly tough on the arm muscles) and caving was the final challenge of the day.

Middleham Castle

Middleham 6.7 mi away
#2 of 7 things to do in Middleham
Lana met us in Middleham and took us on a great tour of the racing stables and gallops Lana provided excellent information throughout the two hour visit The scenery was stunning and fascinating to watch the horses...
... was very helpful and knowledgeable.Parking is free on the road outside and there is a nice little gift shop with a replica of the Middleham Jewel on display.Well worth a visit if you have an interest in Richar...
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Dales Countryside Museum

Hawes 9.0 mi away
#2 of 19 things to do in Hawes
The museum focuses on the rural history of the Dales including farming, lead mining, trades (such as clog/boot making, wheelwrighting and rope making) and the social aspects of Dales life such as sports, festivals...
There is a special exhibition running until September 2019 of terrific photographs by Ian Lawson, featuring photos of local shepherdess Alison O’Neil, which is worth the entrance fee on its own.

Hardraw Force

Hawes 9.7 mi away
#4 of 19 things to do in Hawes
We were camping in hawes and went for a lovely walk on into hardraw village you go through the green dragon pub and you will see the awe inspiring hardraw force its so cooling especially in the heatwave were havin...
A must do on your visit - stunning Quite a bit of walking to get here and back but coffee shop and toilets at start of incline to Falls
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Bolton Castle

Leyburn 3.0 mi away
#2 of 12 things to do in Leyburn
In addition this castle has a tearoom, gift shop, courtyard for demonstrations, beautiful garden, wild boar enclosure and in good weather, falconry displays.
The family ticket that included grandparents was an imaginative idea too.
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Hawes Ropemakers

Hawes 9.0 mi away
#3 of 19 things to do in Hawes
Great place to visit especially for children, used to come here as a boy, it's good to see traditional rope making in a factory type environment, sell all types of rope made products from leads to rope made toys,...
This is a great place to visit, museum, factory and shop where they sell dog leads at good prices it is all level and ramped for wheelchairs but you have to come back the way you go in as only steps at the front.

Georgian Theatre Royal

Richmond 12.8 mi away
#1 of 23 things to do in Richmond
Great show with audience involvement, lovely intimate theatre being the oldest Georgian theatre in Britain it didn’t disappoint.
We toured the theater with a wonderfully knowledgeable guide who gave us a very thorough tour or all points of view from the audience and backstage.

Harmby Waterfall

Leyburn 7.0 mi away
#3 of 12 things to do in Leyburn
#1 of 1 things to do in Low Row
AMAZING PLACE AMAZING VIEWS met the owner got pitched up the views are amazing lit a camp fire and what can i say the great outdoors with a sense of security would definitely recommend for people of all ages
Small site but that makes it even better, Clean loos, 10 min walk across fields to the Punch Bowl pub, lovely Alpacas in the fields which you can feed also sheep, lovely walk along the river to let the dog have a...

Graculus Sculptures

Reeth 7.8 mi away
#2 of 13 things to do in Reeth
If you’re planning on visiting the pretty Swaledale village of Reeth, I’d recommend popping in to Graculus Sculptures (Studio 6 in the Reeth Dales Centre) which is only a few minutes’ walk from the main village Gr...
a must for anyone visiting the area.

Scar House Reservoir

Pateley Bridge 7.0 mi away
#5 of 10 things to do in Pateley Bridge
we've been here many times, the architecture of the dam is amazing , there are walks around here as well, you can do a circuit walk of Scar house which incorporates Angram , there is a car park and small café whic...
Amazing views and a lovely walk

The Bridge Inn, Grinton

Grinton 7.3 mi away
#1 of 2 things to do in Grinton
There were homemade biscuits in the room, very nice breakfast to set us up for the day, great food, (including a brilliant steak) and drinks in the evening by the roaring fire.
Visited Christmas Eve (walked over from Reeth) and received a very friendly welcome from everyone - amazingly friendly locals.

Semerwater

Hawes 6.0 mi away
#13 of 19 things to do in Hawes
Especially nice to have a picnic on the shingle beach next to the free car park.
You now have a choice head to the car park via the road about 3 miles.