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#4 of 9 things to do in Horsforth
Great place with plenty of animals, including a very curious Llama, others include, pigs, sheep, Shetland Ponies, Donkeys, Pot Bellied Pigs, Alpacas, Rabbits, Guinea Pigs, Chickens, Ducks, Geese, Goats, would reco...
Only a little farm but lots to see; chickens, lambs, goats, llamas, pigs, donkeys, ponies, hamsters, chicks plus more.
#1 of 9 things to do in Horsforth
The staff are very friendly and helpful, the drinks and cake are good, there's a wide range of pots to choose from.
Introduction to Pottery (not just ash trays for your mum!)

Harrogate Climbing Centre

Harrogate, UK 10.4 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.

Valley Gardens

Harrogate, UK 11.1 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

Roundhay Park

Leeds, UK 5.2 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...

Stockeld Park

Spofforth, UK 10.8 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.

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...
I walk pass the tram every morning as well on my way to school, and is always looking so pristine and pretty, sometimes with people making sure it should be running as always.
#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...

Bingley Five Rise Locks

Bingley, UK 8.3 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 11.0 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.

Temple Newsam

Leeds, UK 8.2 mi away
#6 of 176 things to do in Leeds
You can walk for miles in the extensive grounds but within easy reach of the house there is a lake, a large walled garden, a Rhododendron and Azalea walk, Europe’s largest working rare breeds farm (for an addition...
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.

Oakwell Hall and Country Park

Birstall, UK 7.2 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.

Roberts Park

Shipley, UK 6.3 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...
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

Junior Kitchen

Morley 6.8 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 2.7 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 .

Abbey House Museum

Leeds, UK 1.8 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!

Yeadon Tarn

Leeds, UK 3.3 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

Lister Park

Bradford, UK 5.9 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.

Fewston Reservoir

Fewston, UK 10.8 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 .
We parked at Swinsty (great duck feeding area near the car park) and walked round both reservoirs in a clockwise direction which adds up to approx 6.5 miles and took us approx 3 hours with a lunch stop.

Alhambra Theatre

Bradford, UK 6.0 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...

Kirkstall Abbey

Leeds, UK 1.9 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.

Royal Armouries Museum

Leeds, UK 5.5 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.

Trinity Leeds

Leeds, UK 4.9 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.

National Science and Media Museum

Bradford, UK 6.0 mi away
#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.
Along with the 1853 Gallery in Saltaire & Cartwight Hall Gallery, The National Science and Media Museum is a jewel in Bradford's cultural crown and worth a journey to visit.

Bradford Industrial Museum

Bradford, UK 4.0 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...

Saltaire Village

Shipley, UK 6.3 mi away
#4 of 19 things to do in Shipley
Great place to visit,something for everybody Nice to walk round the village Some nice shops and plenty of coffee shops Good places to visit with n the old mill Park is lovely when weather is good
Wander through the streets to see the wonderful village that (Sir)Titus Salts built for his mill workers, including the impressive mills, alms houses, the college and school.
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Leeds Playhouse

Leeds, UK 5.1 mi away
#14 of 176 things to do in Leeds
Best show I have seen, 360 degree stage and set awesome, great music, immersive and audience participation...had the lot really.
The pop up theatre is fantastic and as my mum & aunt are elderly & struggle with walking booked tickets on the front row.

RHS Garden Harlow Carr

Harrogate, UK 10.0 mi away
#7 of 47 things to do in Harrogate
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.
Wonderful place to visit ,beautiful gardens ,the shop is lovely We got some lovely gifts and also some lovely plants, We had our dinner at Betties which was smashing lovely day out ,

East Riddlesden Hall, National Trust

Keighley, UK 10.3 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!
... amazed at what we found - whether 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 s...