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Grimm & Co.

Rotherham 8.6 mi away
#1 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Rotherham
... and friends as Christmas and birthday presents and everyone has loved them, weather your a adult who likes been a big kid or want to take your little ones to give them a magical experience you will all love it
Grimm & Co's charity offers a truly unique experience for children with their creativity and storytelling workshops, and even while browsing their incredibly and unique wares you could hear the ripples of laughter...

Mam Tor

Hope, UK 12.8 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Hope
It's easy to climb and with the added bonus of great pubs on either side of the hill in both Castleton and Edale, be sure to pop in after your walk and grab some food, some fantastic cute country pubs here.
... driving up through Castleton and up Winnats Pass (or for free on the road next to the car park), if you want a longer walk you can park in Castleton and walk up Winnats Pass, past Speedwell Cavern up to Mam Tor.
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Wentworth Woodhouse

Rotherham 5.6 mi away
#2 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Rotherham
Just spent time doing both the Wentworth and Clifford tours - extremely interesting with a wonderful and knowledgeable guide Fascinating to see both sides of the house and impressed with how the restoration is pro...
My wife and I went on a “Snowdrop Walk” around its gardens - £5 each which is amazingly good value - and got an informative guided tour from David, a volunteer whose love for this house (shared by thousands of oth...

Top Withens

Haworth, UK 11.7 mi away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Haworth
Cake shop and off on the walk up to Top Withens This is a lovely walk through some beautiful countryside as you walk up the well maintained and signposted path to Top Withens.
If you fancy the walk then start at the church in Haworth and follow the signposts all the way across Penistone Moor, along to the Bronte Waterfall and then to the Top Withins.
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#1 of 61 Sights & Landmarks in Sheffield
we love it here and live in the area so the milk is fresh and tasty, the ice creams are to die for, we always take big tubs home, wild cherry cheesecake is my fave, kids love panna cotta, lovely views, play area,...
It's well tucked away at Dungworth, but if you're into ice cream and cows it's well worth the trip, especially as you can continue another mile or two to Dam Flask and Bradfield Village, up the hill from there is...

Wentworth Village

Rotherham 5.0 mi away
#3 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Rotherham
Lovely to walk around and admire a little well kept village ample parking in the village and at the garden centre, a pleasent walk towards the tree lined path to the historic church, lots of good eateries on route...
A gentle stroll through this lovely Yorkshire village is worth stopping for It has a beautiful church and is near to antique shops and garden center

Jacob's Ladder

Edale, UK 14.3 mi away
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Edale
A great little climb up some stony steps will reward you with some stunning views of the valley below and the mountains surrounding you, including Kinder Scout and its numerous wonderful ridge line rock formations.
... head up and north from Edale up to the top of Ringing Roger on a good path, then swing west along the edge of the plateau with great views all the way, and then turn south and down to the top of Jacob's Ladder.

The Picturedrome Cinema

Holmfirth, UK 11.6 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Holmfirth
Stevie opened the evening with a fabulous solo set followed by a amazing set from King KIng whom was joined on stage by Stevie later into the set to finish what had been a top class evening of some of the finest b...
Love that it's on our doorstep, love the sticky floor, love the unpretentiousness, love the beer, love the intimacy, love the choice of artists, even love the pile of office chairs & tables stored on the balcony!

Owlerton Greyhound Stadium

Sheffield 6.2 mi away
#2 of 61 Sights & Landmarks in Sheffield
A visit is always a great night the atmosphere ,the food, the service everything is top notch I have always had a good time as a couple or with family and friends well worth a visit
I well recommend the Panorama restaurant which serves fantastic beautiful food m, giving you an amazing view of the action outside.
#3 of 61 Sights & Landmarks in Sheffield
Located in the heart of the city, Sheffield Cathedral or to give it it's full name, "The Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul", is well worth a visit next time you visit the city centre.
Lots of history, attractive architecture and wonderful acoustics...attend a service of worship or a concert to experience the best of this cathedral and its music.

Brodsworth Hall and Gardens

Doncaster 13.2 mi away
#2 of 15 Sights & Landmarks in Doncaster
Buy ice creams from the cycle tea from the tea rooms, wander round the magnificent gardens or go into The House Become an English Heritage member and you can go every Sunday for free Fantastic With free parking bu...
Amazing gardens - impressive formal gardens with incredible colours and shapes....exciting hidden gardens, bridges, tunnels, houses and a fab play park.
#1 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Barnsley
Another great Free Museum, Learn all about Barnsley, Lots of great exhibits, with lots of interactive area’s, you will find something for all age’s, staff are friendly & helpful just ask if you need any help.
... for children, keeping them entertained for a very long time.There are lots of places to sit and watch the children enjoy the exhibits, very clean toilets, a beautiful gift shop and a cafe serving light snacks.

Wakefield Cathedral

Wakefield, UK 13.4 mi away
#1 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Wakefield
Definitely take a look into this building if history and/or architecture interests you, as the exterior and interior are both gorgeous and interesting.
Definitely worth a visit to this beautiful cathedral right in the heart of the city.

Castle Hill

Huddersfield, UK 12.8 mi away
#1 of 10 Sights & Landmarks in Huddersfield
Fab and cheap few hours with my little boy worth a visit would return great for views and a nice spot for picnic weather permitting
Castle Hill is the most outstanding landmark in Huddersfield and always a fun hike to visit!

Cannon Hall Farm

Cawthorne 5.6 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Cawthorne
Fantastic day out at Cannon Hall with my 10 and 11 year olds, we took a picnic along with us, but still enjoyed a couple of yummy soya lattes and ice creams for the kids, the cafe is stunning, I almost wished we'd...
There are a number of fantastic play parks - a tube maze, toddler park, adventure play park (says for 6+ but perfect for our adventurous nearly 4yo) and a rope course aimed at older kids which our 7yo loved and 4y...

Sheffield Town Hall

Sheffield 8.1 mi away
#4 of 61 Sights & Landmarks in Sheffield
The whole team did so well it was wonderful that if anything was a worry or stress to them it was unbeknown to us! Thank you for such a beautiful venue, so many gorgeous photo opportunities wherever you look and a...
For anyone who is interested in historic civic architecture, I would highly recommend a visit to the interior at the next Heritage Open Days event, which I was told was regularly held at Sheffield Town Hall and I...

Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet

Sheffield 10.7 mi away
#5 of 61 Sights & Landmarks in Sheffield
A superb museum that captures the local history of Abbeydale perfectly , its very much as it was hundreds of years ago.
We were well impressed and came away much better informed, motivated to learn more by visiting the kelham island museum the following day- a perfect combination!

Nostell Priory and Parkland

Wakefield, UK 12.6 mi away
#2 of 7 Sights & Landmarks in Wakefield
... cafe is a lovely area, but the parklands are fabulous, the walk up to the monolith is lovely, the lakes, the boathouse, it is all brilliant, and the fully fenced in exercise are for dogs is an absolute dream, ...
Something for all the family on a fine weather day The gardens are parkland are lovely and spacious to walk the dogs and kids and ride around on bikes The coffee shop and eating places are good and reasonable We d...

Castleton Walk

Castleton, UK 13.6 mi away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Castleton
Castleton has gorges, hidden dales, little streams full of trout and bird life, a castle on a hill above the village, lovely old shops and buildings, lots of caves and mines to visit and apparently Peak Cavern has...
We walked from Hope to Castleton- a beautiful village to walk round- some amazing views- lots to explore- good pubs- a great pace.
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Eyam Plague Village Museum

Eyam, UK 15.2 mi away
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Eyam
At 10 am we were the first in to explore the details of the plaque & the men of the village who gave there lives in the Great War A great welcome & the exhibits were well presented & a small shop to conclude the v...
Lots of moving insights into the plague story, but also interesting background on the history of plague and on other aspects of the village's history, from geology to WW1 to recent "local characters".

Cusworth Hall

Doncaster 15.1 mi away
#1 of 15 Sights & Landmarks in Doncaster
Who might go to Cusworth Hall? - Families (there's a park) - Dog walkers (lots of grass and sticks) - Soul searchers (lots of quiet spots) - Nature lovers (ducks, geese, swans, birds, flowers) - Young love (sit un...
Great cafe(more like a bistro than a cafe)- excellent scrambled eggs with wholemeal toasts (Note breakfast only served until 12) Great park for picnics and stroll around the lakes
#2 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Eyam
Went to exam village which has got so much history and a great and sad story behind it , the church graveyard includes graves going back to the seventeenth century and inside of the church includes documents relat...
I would recommend that this is the only way to learn and see so much of this Church and churchyard otherwise you may miss some of the facts and interesting features like the sundial and the story of the two Rector...

Conisbrough Castle

Conisbrough 12.8 mi away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Conisbrough
We are members of English heritage and if you enjoy places of history I’d recommend a membership as it saves a fortune over the year and more importantly ensures these treasures survive for future generations.
Had a great day at the castle - so much history on show there and a nice setting by the keep for a little picnic before entering the tower itself and learning all about the rich history of the place!

Roche Abbey

Rotherham 14.5 mi away
#4 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Rotherham
There’s a great walk all the way down the side of the Abbey, though wooded areas and even a wonderful steam and waterfall, complete with stepping stone!
Set in a picturesque valley, it's off the beaten track, a few miles from Rotherham and you do have to negotiate a cobbled road down to the car park, but it's worthwhile for the views.

Sheffield Manor Lodge

Sheffield 9.1 mi away
#6 of 61 Sights & Landmarks in Sheffield
Amazing place, rich in history.During the tour you will be able to meet the famous historical characters, like Bess of Hardwick or Queen Mary.From April to September the guided tour will be held every Sunday.
The Discovery Centre are really good at putting on quite diverse events- butterfly and nature trails, giant sandpits and toys, guided history and the lavender maze... there is something for everyone!

Aston Springs Farm

Rotherham 13.6 mi away
#5 of 14 Sights & Landmarks in Rotherham
It’s a beautiful walk, lovely woodland areas with lots of friendly well kept animals along the way, goats and the baby alpaca being our favourite.
The farm trail is great for the kids and good value for money, you can burn a few hours here both outdoors and indoors watching the meerkats or feeding the goats.

Sheffield University

Sheffield 7.8 mi away
#7 of 61 Sights & Landmarks in Sheffield
Firth Court is the oldest part of this red brick university and looks fabulous covered in ivy next to Weston Park.
Found out about the arts tower from one of the locals ... completely amazing experience !!!

Peveril Castle

Castleton, UK 14.3 mi away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Castleton
... and the castle but when you get there it's well worth the effort, the panoramic views are outstanding and when you're done there's loads to see in the town below, the pubs and pub grub again are worth the visit.
Wonderful views over Castleton and a well preserved Castle xx Thank you English Heritage xx

The Old Queen's Head

Sheffield 8.2 mi away
#8 of 61 Sights & Landmarks in Sheffield
Everywhere is rammed full of dullards getting their fill of alcohol so it is an absolute pleasure to visit the Old Queens Head and find space, friendly bubbly staff, well kept beer and a convivial atmosphere.
We travel to Sheffield yearly for a girlie weekend and this is the pub we frequent the whole time, the prices are so reasonable and the food is amazing, altho the portions are a bit on the large size, the staff ar...

Wigfield Farm

Barnsley 3.7 mi away
#3 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Barnsley
... priced and a picnic area both inside and out and a children’s play area It is cheap to get in there is also concessions for school groups elderly disabled a great place to visit would definitely return here
There is a classroom where children can get creative and on our last visit a lady doing face painting for £2 she spent a good long while creating a really lovely tiger face on my grandson.