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#2 of 9 things to do in Horsforth
Great food, generous portions, reasonable prices and friendly service second to none! Genuine Home cooking, fantastic atmosphere.
Fast service Plenty of home cooked food Enjoyed it liked the fact you had plenty of veg Home made Yorkshire pudding
#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...
There is a nice butchers and there's a play area at the back of the shop with a huge sandpit and a slide and climbing frame suitable for small children.

Valley Gardens

Harrogate, UK 11.1 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...
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...
#1 of 25 things to do in Keighley
Close-by, at the same station, is the loco shed of the Bahamas Loco Society which is also well worth a visit and again with numerous railway items where we were made very welcome.
You are encouraged to get into the carriages, sit where the stars of screen and TV have sat (remember the railway children?) explore the shop and the massive magazine store room where every item is for sale.

RSPB St Aidan's Nature Park

Leeds, UK 11.0 mi away
#2 of 176 things to do in Leeds
Amazing This is a real hidden gem with its industrial heratige coming through Large variety of birds rest there***BEARDED TITS FOUND***the staff are so friendly you can also buy a joint ticket with fairburnings ne...
... 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 the Reserve looks to have been built on an old Open Cast Mining Site.Thi...

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...
Vast, green, open spaces, bird filled lakes, well-kept flower gardens, a picturesque folly, various walks, including a 'wild' one, teashops, pub, adventure playgrounds and mini fun fairs for the kids.

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).
Great fun, would recommend it to anyone looking for something active to do.

Bingley Five Rise Locks

Bingley, UK 8.3 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in Bingley
It is situated about half a mile north of Bingley couple of lovely cafes and walks and any boats has to climb at lower 5 times to continue their journey but it a great sight for river walks, very picturesque and I...
Lovely walk along the canal to five rise locks, great for families or dog walkers, nice local nearby too!
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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 .
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

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.
A lovely day spent at this splendid museum, it is well set out and very educational ,all the exhibits are well described, ,staff were all pleasant and helpful, a small cafe and also an area where you can eat your...

Saltaire Village

Shipley, UK 6.3 mi away
#4 of 19 things to do in Shipley
It has everything, Wonderful Model Village, Outstanding "Cathedral for Work" Pioneering Industrial Village, Unique Station, Classical Canal.
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
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Kirkstall Abbey

Leeds, UK 1.9 mi away
#7 of 176 things to do in Leeds
The main attraction is of course, the glorious Abbey ruins, steeped in history but also be sure to spend some time in the surrounding area and relax in the park or stroll along the river.
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

Bradford Industrial Museum

Bradford, UK 4.0 mi away
#2 of 70 things to do in Bradford
I attended a steampunk market here and it was amazing, i would thoroughly recommend this exhibition so interesting and staff where so knowledgeable and approachable.
We met the curator who gave us a special tour of the famous trolley bus tram, giving us helpful information along the way, outdoor were more of years gone bye with houses from the early years and several more tram...

Bolling Hall

Bradford, UK 6.0 mi away
#6 of 70 things to do in Bradford
Great way to spend an afternoon, stunning building and very interesting history well presented with some unusual and unique artefacts.
Excellent museum; free entry; knowledgeable and friendly staff; excellent but dated video about Bradford and the changes that have taken place.

Shipley Glen Cable Tramway

Shipley, UK 6.5 mi away
#2 of 19 things to do in Shipley
The river sometimes has rowing boats for hire in the summer and the pub above the river is perfectly placed for lunch and a drink with great outside seating over all the park and river.
Great old time ride, Go for a walk at the top or grap a pint in the pub, You can also visit the history centre at the top with some fascinating pics and articles.

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 .

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.
Great for a nice walk out whether on your own or as a couple or with family excellent place for dog walkers the house is a must to see how people lived in the Cromwell era For families with young children there is...

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...
A lovely pa rk for a morning or afternoon stroll lovely kept and lots of nature things to see, events throughout the year and great fun and space for the kids to let of steam.

Lister Park

Bradford, UK 5.9 mi away
#10 of 70 things to do in Bradford
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.
There are many lovely trees, flowerbeds, Victorian monuments and a pretty boating lake plus a pleasant cafe overlooking the lake with a children's playground nearby.

Cartwright Hall

Bradford, UK 5.9 mi away
#9 of 70 things to do in Bradford
Lovely building with fountains and waterfalls, the gallery gave insights into the life and works of David Hockney and many other artists.
In the lower ground floor at Cartwright hall is a gem of a cafe, the staff are very friendly, the food and drinks are reasonably priced and excellent quality, the accommodation is clean and bright with robust tabl...

Yeadon Tarn

Leeds, UK 3.3 mi away
#16 of 176 things to do in Leeds
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
Yeadon Tarn is a lovely place for a nice stroll round.You can see the planes coming into Yeadon.plenty of places to sit.Lovely stroll around the tarn.

Temple Newsam

Leeds, UK 8.2 mi away
#6 of 176 things to do in Leeds
The playground is free to enter, a bonus is that Go Ape is there now for a fee, free parking, an ice cream van, lovely walk in the gardens with a lake, a massive green house with climbing geraniums, a rose garden...
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.

Abbey House Museum

Leeds, UK 1.8 mi away
#8 of 176 things to do in Leeds
... questions or queries, we were allowed to tour in our own time and the information booklets in each shop was a nice touch, especially in the ironmongers and the chemists, bringing already interesting displays a...
This museum is excellent, we visited with our grandaughter , the staff here are amazing with information and directions, all given with a smile.Takes you back in time , complete with the penny slot machines.

Rodley Nature Reserve

Leeds, UK 1.6 mi away
#19 of 176 things to do in Leeds
Just from one visit can see how amazing the management for wildlife is here - buzzing dragonfly ponds, species rich meadows, great mosaic of pools and reeds, barn owl box...and more!
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

Thackray Medical Museum

Leeds, UK 5.3 mi away
#9 of 176 things to do in Leeds
Fascinating place; fabulous apothecary jars (very large collection), interactive for younger visitors and the model set up depicting Victorian streets and life is superb.
... etc of a Victorian street convey a good historic atmosphere, there is a reconstructed eighteenth century apothecary ( lovely) and various videos you can sit and watch at your leisure which are very informative.

The Pinewoods

Harrogate, UK 10.3 mi away
#12 of 47 things to do in Harrogate
A walk from home through the Valley Gardens and then the Pine Woods up to RHS Harlow Carr Gardens and Bettys is a perfect Sunday stroll!
This place will always be busy with dog walkers but the decent paths mean that it is great to go walking there all year round!

York Gate Garden

Leeds, UK 2.5 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.
Excellent cafe with yummy cakes, soups and sandwiches.

Leeds Town Hall

Leeds, UK 4.7 mi away
#13 of 176 things to do in Leeds
As well as this event I’ve seen a comedy show and been to a couple of food festivals here and they’re always very well organised.
A magnificent piece of victorian architecture
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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!
Absolutely loved our time today at junior kitchen, Marnie who is 2.5 was way more capable than we realised at doing it on her own and the buns she made were delicious, we will definitely be booking again

City Varieties Music Hall

Leeds, UK 4.8 mi away
#3 of 176 things to do in Leeds
Packed full of history this is a small theatre (only seats just over 400) tastefully decorated with good seats, very friendly and helpful staff and a great atmosphere.
Lovely building where they used to film The Good Old Days.. great theatre, amazing decor and a fabulous evenings entertainment!