Book online. Opening Hours Monday 11am - 11pm Tuesday 11am - 11pm Wednesday 11am - 11pm Thursday 11am - 11pm Friday 11am - 11pm Saturday 11am - 11pm Sunday 11am - 10pm. Win a voucher Tell us how we did. Leave Feedback.
Denton Park estate covers acres of a Approach it from Bingley, over the river Aire, u Haworth A Keighley bard of the 19th century claimed that Haworth was founded by the Chinese Emperor Wang be Wang, 'as com ower in a balloon an browt wi' him a Kelbrook Kelbrook, about 12 miles northwest of Keighley, is situated mainly to the east of the A56, a busy main road connecting Colne in Lancashire with Skipto Kildwick The ancient ecclesiastical parish of Kildwick is centred around the small village of that name which nestles against the hillside on the north side of It is ft above sea level, with hills above and a dee Morton Morton is a moorland village, which clings stubbornly to the edge of Rombalds Moor on the opposite side to Ilkley.
Relics of early man have been found Skipton Skipton is situated about 12 miles northwest of Keighley. It hosts art, music and theatre. Open to the public and group visits.
They offer venue hire, park and gardens, the House and a home farm. It contains 14 distinct outdoor rooms, each with its own intricate design and character. Open between 1st April - 30th September Sunday - Thursdays Elsecar Heritage Centre is a restored ironworks and colliery workshops offering a variety of craft workshops, artist studios, antique centres and exhibitions alongside a children's indoor play centre, cafe and a historical steam railway.
History and Guide to Ilkley including the villages of Addingham, Addingham Moorside, Ben Rhydding, Burley in Wharfedale, Burley Woodhead, Denton. Book file PDF easily for everyone and every device. You can download and read online Ilkley, The Moor & Villages (Around &. About Yorkshire) file PDF Book.
This military museum in Doncaster tells the story of the men awarded the Victoria Cross. Open to the public, school and youth groups. The museum has information about the lives and novels of the Bronte family. The Bronte Society is a charity and depends on admissions and the generosity of its world wild members. Their Contemporary Arts programme includes literary events, exhibitions, artistic responses, competitions and festivals.
Everything at Eureka! You pay once and can visit anytime throughout the year for free! Open 6 days a week through term time and everyday during school holidays. Visit the site for special events. Part of the Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle, the Henry Moore Institute is a world-recognised centre for the study of sculpture in the heart of Leeds.
Find exhibitions, conferences and lectures, working to expand the understanding and scholarship of historical and contemporary sculpture. With over 1, square metres, The Hepworth brings together work from Wakefield's art collection, contemporary artists and Barbara Hepworth. The National Coal Mining Museum for England is located at Caphouse Colliery, on the western edge of the Yorkshire coalfield, where mining has been carried out for centuries.
The National Coal Mining Museum for England provides a unique opportunity to travel m underground to explore England's last deep coalmine. The Museum exists to promote appreciation and understanding of the media. It does this by holding collections, making use of those collections in permanent galleries and in a public programme of exhibitions, events, festivals and learning and study activities.
The Royal Armouries is home to the United Kingdom's national collection of arms and armour, including artillery.
As a museum we have a duty of care for these objects, to keep them, study them and increase our knowledge of them, so that this can be passed to future generations along with the objects themselves. Sheffield Industrial Museums tell the story of Sheffield and steelmaking. Standedge Tunnel is the longest canal tunnel in Britain and makes a perfect Yorkshire family day.
Visitors can explore deep into this marvellous Yorkshire attraction on one of the family friendly guided boat trips, enjoy the cafe, kids playground and wildlife garden or visit the free exhibition centre. Discover Life in Victorian Leeds by walking through a reproduction of slum streets. Visit an interactive room on how the body works with your under-fives and discover much more with exhibits and videos.
It was formed in by a group of volunteers whose interest was in wooden bodied carriages. The Yorkshire Sculpture Park has been described as "Probably the finest exhibition site for sculpture in the world.
Boston Park Farm with indoor and outdoor play areas is open all year round and is a fantastic place to take toddlers and young children to play. There are lots of animals to see and feed. The Maize Maze is open from mid July to end Oct with 5km of paths.
The ocean floor turned to limestone, which has been eroded over time by water, forming huge caves. Located against the backdrop of Ingleborough - one of the Yorkshire Dale's famous three peaks - Ingleton is a nature lover's paradise. The acre park boasts a historic tower and fountain, both of which were added in , helping it to be named a park of special historic interest by English Heritage. Part of the Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle, the Henry Moore Institute is a world-recognised centre for the study of sculpture in the heart of Leeds. Yorkshire has plenty of attractions that you can visit without putting your hand in your pocket.
Cannon Hall Farm is an award winning working farm set in the rolling Pennine hills in a landscape full of undiscovered charm; home to hundreds of creatures, great and small waiting to welcome you to a world of animal magic.