#5 Places in Yorkshire to Visit at Spring Bank

Yorkshire has a diverse range of places to visit. Here are #5 fantastic attractions you shouldn’t miss.

1.Visit the National Science & Media Museum in Bradford

There is lots to see and do for all family members here. With interactive galleries and cinema showings, including the region’s biggest IMAX theatre, there is not reason for anyone not to enjoy themselves.

2.Visit St Ives Estate, Bingley

There are over 550 acres of stunning Yorkshire country park to explore at St. Ives Estate in Bingley. From the woodlands to the open moor, the wildflower meadow and the winding paths that take you through it all – you’ll find plenty of things to keep you entertained for free. If you’re bringing the little ones, there’s an adventure playground and the Coppice Pond will offer you the chance to feed the ducks, as well as do a spot of fishing.
St Ives Estate, Harden, Bingley, West Yorkshire, BD16 1BW.

3.Visit the National Railway Museum in York

This one is for rail enthusiasts young and old. See the transformation of railway stock through the ages, including Stephenson’s Rocket.

4.Visit Malham Cove

One of the most stunning natural attractions in the whole of Yorkshire, Malham Cove is an absolute must-visit. Formed by a waterfall at the end of the last Ice Age around 12,000 years ago, it has a unique limestone pavement on top, while the huge face is regularly used by climbers. For the first time in centuries it briefly became the biggest single drop waterfall in the UK in 2015 but visit on a sunny day and you’ll see it at its age-old best.
Malham Cove, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 4DA.

5.The Piece Hall Halifax 

Dating back to 1779, when it was built as a Cloth Hall for the trading of ‘pieces’ of cloth, the Piece Hall has had a chequered history. Now a stunning transformation makes it a ‘must see’ if you are in the Halifax area.

Details from Leeds List. For more places to visit click here.

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