"The perfect park for picnics, relaxing by the River Aire and leisurely strolls around one of the best surviving medieval Cistercian abbeys in Britain, Kirkstall Abbey has 24 hectares of parkland for you to explore. The park stretches from Abbey Mills Wildflower Meadows, which is carpeted in bluebells in the spring, past the tennis courts on the far side and over the road to the playground and fields on either side of Abbey House Museum. Kirkstall Abbey, Abbey Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS5 3EH."
Abbey Road, Leeds, LS5 3EH
- Visit now. Founded in 1152, Kirkstall Abbey on the bank of the River Aire is one of the most complete examples of a medieval Cistercian monastery in Britain. Its dramatic ruins have inspired artists such as JMW Turner over the centuries, and provided the perfect setting for Yorkshire’s Gothic Film Festival in 2013"
"You can send the day with friends lying on the grass in the beautiful park that surrounds the abbey,.or join of the numerous events organised there, like “Feast & Fiesta“, on May 11th.Abbey Rd, Leeds LS5 3"
Clifford's Tower, York
4.2 (3127 ratings)4 (1966 ratings)
13th-century castle keep, built on a grass mound, formerly used as a prison and royal mint.
"Clifford’s Tower, a semi-ruined 13th-century remnant of York Castle, is also one of the few Norman relics in a city dominated by Viking influence. Nowadays, Clifford’s Tower is one of the most popular and emblematic sights in York, and the panoramic views from the tower’s ramparts make it an excellent starting point for first-time visitors to historic York."
"Seeing this amazing structure from the street is brilliant and free. It sits perfectly on top of its hill overlooking the city. It is almost all that remains of York Castle built by William the Conqueror and today is looked after by English Heritage"
"Head three miles out the centre to the historic Temple Newsam, it is easily accessible from the city by car, bus and Uber. Take in your surroundings in the country estate by enjoying the picturesque grounds, operational farm and extraordinary house. Uncover the many walking trails, sport facilities and there is even a GoApe here for the adrenaline junkies at an extra cost."
"In the galleries at Abbey House Museum, you’ll be transported back to life in Victorian Leeds, strolling recreated 19th century streets. There are shops, a pub and houses, where you can peer inside and see how people lived a century or so ago, as well as regular new exhibitions. You can also discover a whole area on classic toys, including traditional games and Victorian dolls – you can even play some of the original penny slot machines (and buy an old-fashioned penny from the vending machine to do it)."
"Within easy reach of the town, East Riddlesden Hall is a stunning national trust property which makes for a great day out or even a venue for a special occasion. The current 17th century manor house sits on an estate with roots stretching back to the 7th century. Enjoy the house, tearoom, and grounds of this beautiful spot."
"East Riddlesden Hall is a 17th-century manor house in Keighley, West Yorkshire, England, now owned by the National Trust. The hall was built in 1642 by a wealthy Halifax clothier, James Murgatroyd. The hall is a Grade I listed building."
"Located between Leeds and Wetherby, Bramham Park is the site of the iconic Leeds Festival which occurs every August bank holiday weekend. If you don’t hold tickets to the festival, visit during the rest of the year to explore the 18th Century manor house and its sprawling grounds."
York City Walls
4.6 (61 ratings)4.5 (8628 ratings)
Remnants of a stonework enclosure around a rectangular fortification, erected in 71 CE.
Unnamed Road, York, YO1 7LJ, United Kingdom
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"Not very far from Leeds Trinity, you’ll find Le Chalet, an excellent place to enjoy an authentic afternoon tea experience. The afternoon tea includes 2 different types of sandwiches from their wide selection (smoked salmon, tomato & onion chutney, etc.), two canapes, two cakes or desserts, one macaroon and one scone. The price per person is £17.95 which is a great value for money."
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Blueberry Hill Studios Kirkstall Industrial Park Unit 11, Leeds, LS4 2AZ, United Kingdom
"It’s a bit out of the way, on an industrial estate in Kirkstall, but it’s worth the extra effort – particularly if you like house, techno and garage. In the past, they’ve welcomed the likes of Tre Di Spade, Laurence Guy and Lena Willikens to play on their brand new sound system, while popular nights like Run the Dub and The House Project still call it home. Blueberry Hill Studios, Unit 11, Kirkstall Industrial Park, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS4 2AZ."
McDonald's Wakefield - Cathedral Retail Park
3.8 (1717 ratings)
Classic, long-running fast-food chain known for its burgers & fries.
Charlesworth Way, Wakefield, WF2 9SE, United Kingdom