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National Coal Mining Museum

Overton 2.8 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Overton
We visited yesterday with the family, £3 for the mining tour which is excellent value, we had the tour with a great tour guide called Trevor (TC) who had a great sense of humour and very informative, the kids love...
What a brilliant day out !! The tour underground was amazing - we had some charming kids having a field day with our tour guide 'Uncle Pete' ... The museum was so interesting .. then the gorgeous pit ponies... fol...
#4 of 10 things to do in Ossett
A really attractive building, inside and out.

Newmillerdam Country Park

Wakefield, UK 4.0 mi away
#3 of 35 things to do in Wakefield
There is a lovely lake, surrounded by well managed woodland with a smooth, easily managed walkway all around the water, making a perfect circular walk that is easily accessible for disabled scooters, kids bikes an...
There are plenty of benches dotted around so you can have a seat & take in the views or watch the sun set, this is a great place close to Wakefield, Ideal for family’s, couples, dog walkers, Cyclists, runners, bas...

Oakwell Hall and Country Park

Birstall, UK 6.0 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.
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...

Wakefield Cathedral

Wakefield, UK 3.3 mi away
#4 of 35 things to do in Wakefield
Volunteers are so helpful and the cake and tea shop behind the building is absolutely delightful.
Definitely worth a visit to this beautiful cathedral right in the heart of the city.

Kirklees Light Railway

Huddersfield, UK 5.6 mi away
#2 of 42 things to do in Huddersfield
Brilliant day out, plenty to do, donkey rides, small train besides going on all the trains and rides etc as often as you wanted once you had your ticket, well worth it, great value
The train trip is very well organised, the café has a great selection of food and drinks, the staff are all superb, helpful and friendly, the play park is awesome
#7 of 35 things to do in Wakefield
Lovely place to visit great for bicycling and brilliant if you are in a wheelchair like me really accessible great if you have children and dog friendly too.Well worth a trip out.
For the bird watchers there are a number of hides, the park is a draw for birds so there is always something to see, it’s a good walk around the lake itself, but there is a bonus for those looking for a longer wal...

Theatre Royal Wakefield

Wakefield, UK 3.0 mi away
#2 of 35 things to do in Wakefield
Sam Nixon singing was brilliant the Dame played by Chris Hannon was so funny and the man who played the Knight Sir Bertie was just perfect all the main characters made the panto look forward to seeing many more br...
The shows, plays, comedy and music that this place attracts is of the highest order with helpful friendly staff (most of which are volunteers) you will always have a great time.

Junior Kitchen

Morley, UK 5.1 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

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Wakefield, UK 4.2 mi away
#5 of 35 things to do in Wakefield
Wandering around the park would be beautiful in itself, even without the sculptures, thanks to its hills, woods, rivers and lakes: add to that several magnificent pieces of modern art, from the most renown local a...
All a bit arty so booked into an art sesssion as well which worked out really well as it also entitled us to free parking which saved us a lot! Blessed by good weather and able to get round most of it with the ele...


Cawthorne, UK 6.0 mi away
#3 of 7 things to do in Cawthorne
They had a great time from starting the fire, all the puzzles and of course finding the treasure & gooey marshmallows between chocolate digestives.
We had great fun, the host really got into character, we enjoyed being outdoors and the puzzles were really well thought out and put together.

The Hepworth Wakefield

Wakefield, UK 3.4 mi away
#8 of 35 things to do in Wakefield
The building is just amazing, the exhibits delightful and the shop and cafe are excellent quality...not the cheapest but this visitor attraction is FREE so makes the day excellent value for money.
Great activities for my daughter during half term, all art themed, nice cafe with great food, building by David Chipperfield is amazing, will definitely be back

Sandal Castle

Wakefield, UK 3.6 mi away
#10 of 35 things to do in Wakefield
We walk most days with our dog with amazing views , even better now a new cafe has opened recently serving light meals/snacks etc .Service and quality is excellent.
Lovely views across the countryside.. Cafe is also great with a fairly large selection of good eats.... good day out..

Pugneys Country Park

Wakefield, UK 2.9 mi away
#9 of 35 things to do in Wakefield
A stroll round the large lake is fascinating, with views up to Sandal Castle (there are many footpaths to this historic site), Emley Moor TC transmitter, and towards Wakefield itself.
Great day out for all kinds of watersports, kids play areas, kids train rides (adults too), cafe, great for dogs, & general walks.

Wilton Park

Batley, UK 4.7 mi away
#1 of 16 things to do in Batley
Lovely paths to walk and exercise on higher up which leads to Bagshaw Museum which is well worth a visit itself as it's a hidden gem.
Very nice park for dog walking, great coffee in cafe, can get busy with lots of abandoned children's rides around cafe, but it is a public park and we all enjoy it in our own way,

Bagshaw Museum

Batley, UK 4.7 mi away
#2 of 16 things to do in Batley
We take the kids regularly to Bagshaw museum,they always love going and are kept busy with treasure hunt type tasks put on by the museum's staff which are very friendly too!
The staff are really helpful and it has a great little gift shop with very reasonably priced gifts.

Nostell Priory and Parkland

Wakefield, UK 4.4 mi away
#6 of 35 things to do in Wakefield
There is always something to do for all the family, whether it’s a tranquil walk, a stroll through the walled garden, playing with kids in the adventure playground or look around the house and it’s awsome furniture.
... was so nice we mainly enjoyed walking around the grounds which are also really lovely, I would definitely recommend visiting on a sunny day in summer and making plenty of times to enjoy the gardens as well.

Chantry Chapel of St Mary

Wakefield, UK 3.5 mi away
#11 of 35 things to do in Wakefield
Well worth a visit, unique building, at the moment there is a little Christmas Fair inside.
If you get the chance its worth a visit.

Dewsbury Minster

Dewsbury, UK 2.4 mi away
#1 of 11 things to do in Dewsbury
been to the little cafe in the minster friendly staff will be going back they let me also have a look around the minster what a lovely church
And also one of the wings is now occupied by a lovely cafe with a nice choice of food, coffee and tea and nice and warm.

Wakefield Museum

Wakefield, UK 3.1 mi away
#13 of 35 things to do in Wakefield
Plenty of things to look at and interact with our toddler had a wonderful afternoon and free (donations welcome) We also had a really tasty lunch at the on site cafe (worthy of a review itself) clean, modern inter...
Well worth a visit, very accommodating staff and interesting artifacts.

Crow Nest Park

Dewsbury, UK 3.1 mi away
#2 of 11 things to do in Dewsbury
... gym for those energetic enough, tennis courts, good for dog walking, lovely lake, pleasant grounds, hosts various activities throughout the year, plenty of squirrels, also a cafe to buy ice creams, drinks etc.
Lovely and clean with many varied paths to walk and a very nice little cafe.

Cellar Bar

Batley, UK 3.2 mi away
#5 of 16 things to do in Batley
Plenty of choice of real ale ...lager and sprits .. friendly staff .
The pub alone is worth the short trip to Batley by train from Leeds.

Dewsbury Town Hall

Dewsbury, UK 2.4 mi away
#4 of 11 things to do in Dewsbury

The Mill Outlet & Garden Centre

Batley, UK 3.4 mi away
#3 of 16 things to do in Batley
A card store, Jewellers and scarf shop, furniture shops, lighting, bedding, Yankee Candles, Pavers Shoes Shop, hairdressers, household goods, and garden centre.
A vast variety of products ,clothing ,furniture ,tea and coffee shops and a large selection of gifts for all types and tastes.