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#1 of 2 things to do in Blubberhouses
Lovely scenic views, very dog friendly, a lovely place to visit, good parking and ate room on site and an ice cream van also.
What a lovely way to pass a couple of hours walking round this circular and well maintained path.

Nidderdale Llamas

Harrogate 6.5 mi away
#1 of 47 things to do in Harrogate
Brilliant day on the scenic farm trek- after speed dating and being paired up with your llama you go on a lovely walk around the countryside,not rushed at all llamas stop and have eating breaks so you can take in...
My friend and I had been looking for fun way of enjoying the lovely countryside for my birthday and we love animals so we googled for activities in the Dales that involved animals and up popped Nidderdale Llamas!

Valley Gardens

Harrogate 7.9 mi away
#3 of 47 things to do in Harrogate
There is something for all ages and abilities from the superb play area for our grandchildren, model boating pond, paddling pool, the excellent and well used skateboard park, two cafes, the peaceful colonnades and...
These gardens are beautifully kept with a cafe and paddling pool for the kids and tennis courts loads of space for picnics and chilling and dog walking there’s a fish pond and various flower displays lots of colou...

RHS Garden Harlow Carr

Harrogate 6.9 mi away
#7 of 47 things to do in Harrogate
Harlow Carr Gardens are well worth a visit with easy parking and hours of gentle strolling, exploring a vast array of trees, shrubs, plants, the Alpine and other areas, woodlands and a wander along the beck.
RHS Harlow Carr Garden is an exceptional experience for gardening enthusiasts and is well worth a visit at anytime of the year, The layout engenders peace and tranquillity with outstanding displays of planting.

Brimham Rocks

Harrogate 6.4 mi away
#5 of 47 things to do in Harrogate
Owned by the National Trust, this place is perfect to spend a few hours taking in the breathtaking views (you can see as far Ripon) climb the amazing balancing rock formations, wonder the woods and have an ice cream.
What a great place to visit the scenery is amazing we only had a short walk around the rocks but will definitely be returning for longer and with a picnic the views were stunning and the rock formations amazing.

Bolton Abbey

Bolton Abbey 6.0 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Bolton Abbey
There is a beautiful pavilion surrounded by a lake with plenty of birds & ducks a lovely tea room which do meals plus snacks and a scrummy cream tea there is also a little shop where you can buy souvenirs a ice cr...
... Abbey is beautiful and we spent a couple of hours exploring the various walks that meander along the river , the stepping stones across the river add some fun to crossing the river for both kids and adults ali...

Royal Hall Theatre

Harrogate 8.0 mi away
#6 of 47 things to do in Harrogate
Went to watch magic of Motown ,oh what a show it was brilliant ,the theatre could rival any London theatre it was beautiful,didn’t wait to long to get a drink and it was so nice to see lots of ladies toilets ,will...
What a beautiful venue so steeped in history and the view was good and comfortable seats especially in your own little compartment.

Harrogate Theatre

Harrogate 8.2 mi away
#9 of 47 things to do in Harrogate
Very enjoyable night at Harrogate Theatre - this was the Hyena Comedy Club night - 3 comedians & a very good compère - good mix of performers interspersed with a drinks break - Highly recommended - only downside i...
Very enjoyable night at Harrogate Theatre - this was the Hyena Comedy Club night - 3 excellent comedians & a very good compère - good mix of performers interspersed with a drinks break - Highly recommended - only...

East Riddlesden Hall, National Trust

Keighley, UK 10.0 mi away
#6 of 25 things to do in Keighley
Well worth a visit gorgeous quirky manor building, lovely grounds, excellent guides who gave lots of info about owners, era etc. Had a lovely gift shop, cafe and grounds too!
... you like Tudor buildings, the wonderful collection of historic furniture, the immaculate formal gardens, or the large grassy play/picnic area and with the sidewalk, there is something for everyone, old and young.

Ripley Castle and Gardens

Harrogate 7.6 mi away
#10 of 47 things to do in Harrogate
Fabulous home & gardens brilliant tour with two amazing historian guides, explained everything there was to know about the inglby family, they still live in the main house, great gardens & views lovely place to visit
... historical castle was exciting and informative absolutely loved the Tudor tower with their preserved artefacts, story of William the conqueror sleepover, family history, all really enjoyable well worth a visit.

Fewston Reservoir

Fewston 0.6 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Fewston
Great wildlife to see and lots of different bird life including a mother duck and her 8 ducklings !! Will visit again in autumn when I’m sure the colours will be lovely .
It was a beautiful day and the area was very peaceful, children played on the 'beach', families had bbqs and there were many walkers just out for a stroll Well worth a visit

The Coldstones Cut

Pateley Bridge 6.0 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Pateley Bridge
We went on a crystal clear day and enjoyed panoramic views out to the moor and back towards York definitely worth the visit but wrap up warm however strong the sunshine the wind will find you here.
it is a tad blustery up there so do wrap up warm! after there only a couple of minutes away is toft gate barn coffee where the food / drinks are outstanding with amazing views!!

Parcevall Hall Gardens

Skipton 7.2 mi away
#7 of 25 things to do in Skipton
Parcevall Hall Gardens is extremely nice a brilliant walk around so much plants and colour, just be very careful there is plenty of Steep slopes and steps so we suggest Sturdy Footwear would be best, When you walk...
A final walk around the Tibetan Wood is also well worth a visit, it is situated few mins walk from the gardens and is a lovely shaded walk through the forest.

Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway

Bolton Abbey 6.9 mi away
#2 of 4 things to do in Bolton Abbey
Just back from a wonderful trip our 3 year old grandson loved it Great entertainment from Mrs Claus Elfie and of course Santa Lovely good quality present nice refreshments a good all round experience and free park...
A birthday gift for my husband, we enjoyed afternoon tea whilst travelling between Bolton Abbey station and Embsay station, fantastic scenery, lots of animals to be seen, sheep, lambs, cows, pheasants, ducks and r...

Royal Pump Room Museum

Harrogate 7.9 mi away
#17 of 47 things to do in Harrogate
all about the waters in the district, good display of the history and items, even a display case of the bottles of water from the Great Exhibition of 1851 ( The Crystal Palace) a must visit in a spa town.
Much on display was from the era when Harrogate was a popular Victorian Spa Town -- equipment used in the treatments offered at the various Baths; tools, clothing of the era, jewellery and even popular toys.
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King's Hall and Winter Garden

Ilkley, UK 5.8 mi away
#2 of 14 things to do in Ilkley
We saw ELO AGAIN tribute band, really nice venue and easy to find.
What a great night and a beautiful theatre.

The Devonshire Spa

Bolton Abbey 6.4 mi away
#4 of 4 things to do in Bolton Abbey
We arrived and parked easily outside the Spa and were welcomed straightaway, shown to the changing area, given warm towels, robes and flip flops before enjoying a welcome drink and tour of the Spa.
We spent a couple of hours in the spa facilities which were very relaxing and provided with a complimentary welcome drink.