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#4 of 10 things to do in Saltaire
It was a great trip, lovely scenery, great info from Tony... £4 each its way too cheap for a 40 minute trip.
Only £4 a seat for a 30 minute trip.

SMJ Falconry

Oxenhope 6.1 mi away
#1 of 5 things to do in Oxenhope
We met and handled some beautiful birds and made friends with twighlight (barn owl) midge (owl) willow (red kite) Julie Ann (vulture) and Maurice and Tiffin (kestrels) I really enjoyed the experience and it was gr...
... Of all the birds that I interacted with on the day my own favourites were the Red Kite and the Little Owl, for different but equally personal reasons Thanks Chris and the team, you put a big smile on my fac...
#1 of 10 things to do in Haworth
It had been a perfect morning, a wonderful train journey down memory lane rich with historic sights, beautiful countryside and a fascinating insight into the gentler bygone age of steam trains.
... gives you more latitude to enjoy a stop at Oxenhope to explore the area, Ingrow to visit the museum and Shed and most of all the popular village of Haworth of The Bronte Sisters and The Railway Children fame.

Salts Mill

Shipley 0.2 mi away
#3 of 19 things to do in Shipley
Yes there are great Hockney arts on displays, there are also fantastic art, gifts and book shops, cafes, informative areas, a mesmerising video piece on the history of the building but most importantly, the buildi...
There is so much history behind the mill, which is interesting in itself, but throw in possibly the best book shop ever, a wonderful home shop, an art shop with most incredible backdrop & you can spend a day here...

Bronte Parsonage Museum

Haworth 7.0 mi away
#2 of 10 things to do in Haworth
Visited the parsonage during our stay in Haworth.. the house is very interesting,, well worth a visit the guide's were excellent and very knowledgeable.. many original features remain.. a little dissapointed thoug...
Bronte fans will find it exceptional - there are many personal items belonging to the Bronte's to look at - its so inspiring and the staff are really passionate about the place - and really helpful too.
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Alhambra Theatre

Bradford 3.3 mi away
#7 of 70 things to do in Bradford
Me and my 18yrs granddaughter was at this show last night 7/11/18 and what a amazing show at a beautiful theatre with seats with plenty of leg room we go to shows there a lot the dancing and performers are out...
The Alhambra theatre is a fantastic place to see a show, we saw Miss Saigon, the production was brilliant and as we were sat in the stalls and the scenery was realistic it was as if we were in Vietnam.

Kirkstall Abbey

Leeds 7.4 mi away
#7 of 176 things to do in Leeds
The abbey ruins are complimented by the wonderful Abbey House museum and tea room across the road, which together with the visitor centre on site make this a great place to wander and explore.
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

Shibden Park

Halifax 7.7 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

Shibden Hall

Halifax 8.0 mi away
#2 of 29 things to do in Halifax
Well worth a visit - lots of rooms and outbuildings to explore - very good value for money - we are Seniors - £4 each - Brilliant and the staff are so friendly and helpfull (but then we are in God's own county of...
Beautifully kept house and gardens, very interesting, very helpful staff, great value £8 per adult, keep your entry ticket as you can use it again for free entry for the rest of the year.

Bingley Five Rise Locks

Bingley 2.5 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Bingley
locks are a great piece of history I guess and look fantastic and are in great condition thanks to the canal trust and band of volunteers who do a great job..I carried on towards silsden after visiting here
... 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...
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#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.

Abbey House Museum

Leeds 7.3 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!

Roberts Park

Shipley 0.3 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...
Roberts Park offers peace and tranquility under the shadow of the Victorian Industrial landmark of Titus Salt's mill see grass once grazed by sheep and alpacas these South American animals supplied wool of the fin...

Golden Acre Park

Leeds 8.3 mi away
#12 of 176 things to do in Leeds
The other, larger side has a café and toilets, various types of flower gardens, cherry orchard, heather garden, a lake full of ducks, swans and other birds that you can feed with bread (or duck feed available in t...
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...

Oakwell Hall and Country Park

Birstall 8.1 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.

Saltaire Village

Shipley 0.2 mi away
#4 of 19 things to do in Shipley
it's great to walk around this heritage village- plenty of cafes and shops to enjoy while you look to see if there is a street with your name- they;re all named after Titus Salt's family! the stroll along the cana...
Very interesting to walk round both the village Salts mill and the canal there is plenty of verity both of a scenic nature the canal and Roberts Park and architecture such as the different houses for the workers a...
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Haworth Parish Church

Haworth 6.9 mi away
#4 of 10 things to do in Haworth
... point of your visit to Haworth as the history of the church and cemetery is vast ( local shop sells books with details of so many noteworthy characters interred in the churchyard as well as the Bronte family ).
We had an absolutely marvelous and engaging tour from one of their volunteers and while I'm the Bronte fanatic, my mother (who's neutral on the topic) also loved the time spent in the chruch.
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Lister Park

Bradford 2.0 mi away
#10 of 70 things to do in Bradford
... so I was curious to see if it still was as good as made out- yes! Indeed it is a veritable haven with pleasant parkland, beautiful trees, a great boating lake with lots of lovely Canada geese, ducks and wildlife.
Went to lister park for june half term the sun shone there is a great kids play area , a boating lake with peddle boats hard work lol , beautiful tropical gardens, lovely fountains and of course the fantastic hall...
#6 of 29 things to do in Halifax
... Different walks available excellent dog walking areas Opportunity for the dog to swim Great buggy/ wheelchair friendly walk around the reservoir Nice to buy duck food from the shop to feed the ducks and geese
... in the shop .It is a good dog walking area.The ladies in the shop are very friendly.There are toilets on site.We went thereby bus number X22 which runs from Halifax and Keighley and Ogden Water is 5 mins away....

Yeadon Tarn

Leeds 5.6 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

Bradford Industrial Museum

Bradford 3.2 mi away
#2 of 70 things to do in Bradford
Definitely worth a visit for families, groups of friends and schools as it is full of facts and staff are friendly and knowledgable on Victorian mill life.
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 .

York Gate Garden

Leeds 8.4 mi away
#11 of 176 things to do in Leeds
Worth every penny of the £6 entry fee, it was an utter delight to walk around, discovering one 'garden room' after another and marvelling at the vision of the Spencer family who laid it out.
Stunning garden with a huge range of plants and trees, lovingly cared for by the charity Perennial since 1994, when the last family member passed away.

Rodley Nature Reserve

Leeds 5.4 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
Great place for birdwatching and photography with excellent hides, many ponds and an interesting riverside walk.

Sunbridge Wells

Bradford 2.9 mi away
#14 of 70 things to do in Bradford
So so glad this amazing place has been restored and made in to such a fab eating/drinking place,great for a busy Saturday evening or chilled Sunday,lots of quirky things to look at,especially love the tiny gin bar...
The excellent Gin Bar, Bar 39, Viper Rooms, Rose and Crown and Wallers Brewery all help to create a fantastic mix for a great night out in Bradford's unique underground quarter.

Bradford Cathedral

Bradford 3.2 mi away
#13 of 70 things to do in Bradford
The building itself is light and welcoming, with side chapels, some William Morris windows and plenty of interesting inscriptions to the deceased worthies of the town.
Bradford Cathedral preserves a haven of relaxed serenity only yards from the huge Broadway shopping centre below.
#6 of 10 things to do in Haworth
If you go to Haworth in pursuit of the Brontes, I would suggest that you take a few steps beyond the church to the Main Street of Haworth and also pursue a chance to have a meal and/or a brew at the Haworth Steam...
Brilliant little pub and bistro serving fabulous food from an extensive menu and specials board.
#12 of 70 things to do in Bradford
interesting for all ages, free entry kids really enjoyed it, kids love the interactive tv parts, lovely clean reasonable priced cafe, and gift shop, you can give donation which i did.
The Animation Gallery was a delightful trip down memory lane and a second helping of nostalgia was provided by the retro Games Lounge where we relived our childhoods with games of Space Invaders and Asteroids!

Chevin Forest Park

Leeds 6.3 mi away
#31 of 176 things to do in Leeds
We remembered all the times we had visited when the children were young and grown, visiting the Regent pub for lunch with them or eating a picnic and they were always in awe of the views from the rocks and window.
A super place for people with dogs or children as full of interest - the views are amazing!
#2 of 14 things to do in Ilkley
... catered for by the Bradford authority and it was brilliant......couldn't fault it in any wAy...... Next door, the Kings Hall, hosts many , mostly musical events......try to get a ticket for the Counterfeit sto...
We saw ELO AGAIN tribute band, really nice venue and easy to find.

Grosvenor Casino Bradford

Bradford 3.4 mi away
#32 of 70 things to do in Bradford