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#1 of 9 things to do in Pudsey
Our daughter had her 6th birthday party here (having enjoyed her older sister doing the same last year) and she absolutely loved it.
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National Coal Mining Museum

Overton, UK 10.8 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,...

Calderdale Industrial Museum

Halifax, UK 9.7 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.

Shibden Park

Halifax, UK 8.9 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

Roundhay Park

Leeds, UK 6.0 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...

Shibden Hall

Halifax, UK 9.2 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 6.5 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.
#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...

Temple Newsam

Leeds, UK 8.2 mi away
#6 of 176 things to do in Leeds
There's acres of open parkland and woodland to explore along with lakes, a walled garden & greenhouses that can be a riot of colour and an excellent children's adventure playground all of which are free.
Really lovely staff made this a magical day out, especially the lovely lady who helped us pre-book an all-terrain mobility scooter, the house staff and the car park scooter team.

Bingley Five Rise Locks

Bingley, UK 8.4 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Bingley
... the lochs invited my grandson to help him and he was over the moon .When it's fine weather we take a picnic plenty of places to sit and relax ,best time for me is on a cold frosty morning the atmosphere is ama...
Lovely walk along the canal to five rise locks, great for families or dog walkers, nice local nearby too!
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RSPB St Aidan's Nature Park

Leeds, UK 10.7 mi away
#2 of 176 things to do in Leeds
... out and has many pathways with clear signage to avoid becoming lost.It is also popular too for Dog Walkers and some of the views are amazing.There is also an on site Cafe offering Snacks and Refreshments and t...
... mining machine still on site, which is being used by Kestrels & Owls as a nesting site, I walked the exterior of the park, which around 5 miles, I found a diverse set of habitats, with a wide range of bird life.

Roberts Park

Shipley, UK 6.1 mi away
#5 of 19 things to do in Shipley
There's lots to do you can feed the ducks, watch the water fall, watch cricket, go for a scenic walk or run, go for a picnic, visit the cafe, go for a ride on a bout for a couple of pounds and visit the playground...
cafe now open ,Kidd's playground and plenty of space to run and play , Access over the bridge from Saltaire village or via the tramway from Baildon moor and on certain days you may be fortunate to watch the cricket

Cliffe Castle Museum & Park

Keighley, UK 11.7 mi away
#5 of 25 things to do in Keighley
Go upstairs via the incredible stained-glass adorned staircase for interesting Victorian pottery, a real gem of a room dedicated to stained glass and a fascinating insight to the history of Keighley.
The gardens are very pretty and there is something for everyone in the museum: history, natural world, local history and memories, stained glass, paintings and photography, solar system, clothing, animals and birds.

Oakwell Hall and Country Park

Birstall, UK 4.0 mi away
#1 of 4 things to do in Birstall
This was a lovely walk through bluebell woods, over little bridges & up & down steps with calming birdsong everywhere, we were delighted to spot a chaffinch & blue jay among many others.
... with young children there is a great adventure playground and when you get a little peckish pay a visit to the cafe at the side of the house for a tasty treat or bring a picnic and eat in the beautiful gardens.

Rex Cinema

Elland, UK 10.7 mi away
#2 of 6 things to do in Elland
Love this place and so very fortunate this is on our doorstep.
The ticket prices are fair and I buy sweets and ice cream here without question as again the prices are very fair unlike other cinemas.

SMJ Falconry

Oxenhope, UK 10.9 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Oxenhope
... back inside and were given the chance to hold some of the smaller birds, even the youngest child was able to, which they loved, overall it's a very informative and fun afternoon and I would thoroughly recommend.
Having red kite, kestrel and barn owl fly to my hand was breathtaking, having my favourite bird the peregrine perched on my hand was a dream come true.

Abbey House Museum

Leeds, UK 2.7 mi away
#8 of 176 things to do in Leeds
We got there for 12pm when it first opened so it was fairly quiet and all I can say is wow!! What a fantastic place to visit, the Victorian street was amazing with so much detail and info to read.
Across the street from Kirkstall Abbey is this hidden gem! Imagine walking Victorian streets and visiting Victorian shops and homes!

Junior Kitchen

Morley 4.3 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Morley
They always make delicious and accessible recipes for the age Range of the group and, for the tots, provide very welcome and healthy snacks - with a little treat!
He and all his friends had the best time making pizzas and decorating cupcakes, the kids were kept well entertained and the photos taken by the guys are just amazing.

Golden Acre Park

Leeds, UK 5.7 mi away
#12 of 176 things to do in Leeds
Have been many times, a lovely walk round the large lake full of bird life and it looks spectacular from the bridge at the far end of the lake.In spring it is awash with spectacular colours as the park vast variet...
Loved by grandparents as a trip out with little ones to feed the ducks , and by dog walkers, golden acre is clean and tidy , with loos and a cafe .

Yeadon Tarn

Leeds, UK 0.3 mi away
#16 of 176 things to do in Leeds
There are benches located around the tarn and picnic table and benches with great grasses open spaces, perfect for spots games, picnics etc.
Excellent for walking the dogs, there's also an excellent fish & chip shop on the High street, (the little fisherman) we walk the dogs, then call there and sit in the car in the car park eating the fish 7 chips

Bankfield Museum

Halifax, UK 9.5 mi away
#3 of 29 things to do in Halifax
There's a range of galleries to explore but my favourite is the Duke of Wellington's Regimental Museum that covers the 33rd Regiment of Foot's incredible history through documents, photo, actual uniforms and medals.
Excellent little local history museum as well as other things, tucked out the way but was only £5 in a taxi for us from the local travel lodge, definitely worth a visit :-)

Lister Park

Bradford, UK 4.6 mi away
#10 of 70 things to do in Bradford
Beautifully maintained with a wonderful sensory garden, water garden, kids park, boating lake and stunning Cartwright Hall which is an art gallery in the centre of the park and free to visit.
A short bus ride from the city centre,it is a traditional city park with Moghul Water Gardens, a boating lake and Pavillion, a huge children’s playground, band stand, botanical garden and more.

Alhambra Theatre

Bradford, UK 4.1 mi away
#7 of 70 things to do in Bradford
The staff are always willing to assist, the price is good, parking is nearby, the views from the Alhambra are across City Park which leads direct to the Town Hall which proudly stands tall in Bradford city centre.
We visit the Alhambra as often as possible depending whats on, it is a lovely building a very nice place to spend a few hours but to buy sweets or ice cream its very pricey so bring some with you, or you'll get a...
#6 of 29 things to do in Halifax
What a lovely place to walk your dogs or just walk there’s free car parking and a small visitor centre serving teas etc and clean toilets on site you can walk around the reservoir or around the woods there are sev...
Large car park on three levels cost one pound put in box by visitor centre.lots of walks in woods around reservoir a circuit about a mile.A good base for other walks bronte way ,millennium circular walk etc.level...

Kirkstall Abbey

Leeds, UK 2.6 mi away
#7 of 176 things to do in Leeds
Just a wonderful place lots of history the Abbey is well kept and so are the grounds you can walk paint take photographs or just sit and drink in the atmosphere even have a picnic well worth a visit
A great afternoon out in the Easter sunshine, free car park across the road, the Abbey House museum is near the car park and has a nice cafe selling a selection of sandwiches, jacket potatoes and cakes, we resiste...

Rodley Nature Reserve

Leeds, UK 1.6 mi away
#19 of 176 things to do in Leeds
Great place to visit plenty see we’ll run by the lovely volunteers,nice cafe to chill after your walk,abundance of wildlife pond dipping for the kids,definitely recommend
There is a lovely little cafe and educational activities throughout the year, and there are some amazing up to date photos of the animal and plant-life on their facebook page.

Theatre Royal Wakefield

Wakefield, UK 10.2 mi away
#2 of 38 things to do in Wakefield
An evening with friends watching Sister Act (incredible talented cast) was made even more special in this wonderful old theatre.
We have enjoyed our visits so much that we have said we would join the merry band of Front of House volunteer stewards when we retired and this is what we have recently done and are hopefully contributing now to t...

Royal Armouries Museum

Leeds, UK 5.1 mi away
#4 of 176 things to do in Leeds
The area also is nice in summer as close to the river, and canal and a bonus is the free water taxi which all kids and adults enjoy, and gets you back to the city centre and excellent shops and restaurants.
Obviously if you're interested in Military history , weapons and war fare then this is a great place to indulge your interest , the displays are fantastic, lots of interaction, displays and demonstrations.

Bradford Industrial Museum

Bradford, UK 2.7 mi away
#2 of 70 things to do in Bradford
The Victorian school room amazing , the small Row of terraced houses all furnished from back in the day just like stepping back in time , along with the large mill owners house .
Ive visited this museum several times and always find it interesting from looking at the old mill machinery to the transport gallery with its collection of Bradford Jowett cars and tram and trolley bus then a tour...

Trinity Leeds

Leeds, UK 4.7 mi away
#17 of 176 things to do in Leeds
A stunning shopping centre with a great mix of shops, a fantastic cinema and brilliant restaurants - I especially love the Trinity Kitchen where there is a great selection of lots of different types of food and dr...
A great place to shop all weather a good range of shops and places to eat,the Jurassic trail is a bonus will be back again soon.