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Hebden Bridge, Halifax, Ripponden and Todmorden are vibrant market towns in the beautiful borough of Calderdale. Enjoy stunning countryside and waterways, amazing architecture, an abundance of great, independent shops, adrenalin sports, fantastic food and drink, and fun for all the family at parks, theatres and Eureka! The National Children's Musuem.
From artisan shops and inspiring galleries to organic pavement cafés and charming picture houses, Hebden Bridge is rightly proud of its artistic identity.
Once the heart of England's woollen industry, this charming Yorkshire town is now home to some of the region's best-preserved Georgian and Victorian landmarks.
Nestled at the meeting point of three valleys and surrounded by moorlands, Todmorden is an ideal base for walking, mountain biking, bird watching, horse riding, fell running and bouldering.
The village of Ripponden developed where the packhorse routes of Elland and Halifax met and then crossed into Lancashire.
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Bretton Country Park
A leading international open-air gallery with changing exhibitions of contemporary sculpture set within 500 acres of 18th century parkland...
The ultimate adventure park experience where children and adults can ride and drive real construction machinery. With over 18 rides...
National Coal Mining Museum for England
The National Coal Mining Museum offers an exciting and enjoyable insight into the working lives of miners through the ages.
Nostell Priory House
Almost 300 years old, Nostell Priory is a treasure chest full of history, stories and beautiful collections.
A family run local brewery with several award winning beers. Tours available.
Pontefract Castle was one of the most important medieval fortresses in the north of England and a royal castle from 1399. Come and...
Pontefract Racecourse is one of the best appointed courses of its kind in the country. Along with easy access from the M62, the racecourse...
An excavated medieval castle overlooking the site of the Battle of Wakefield and the scene of the Civil War siege. Enjoy beautiful...
Award-winning Xscape is the ultimate entertainment destination where you can enjoy skiing, snowboarding, tobogganing, skateboarding,...
Theatre Royal Wakefield
Theatre Royal Wakefield is famous for going beyond audiences expectations with performances wowing visitors every year.
At the Citys heart,we warmly welcome visitors who enjoy our amazing heritage, light candles or relax in the peace.Browse our shop;...
Unique world of Charles Waterton, eccentric explorer and conservationist. Also the story of Wakefield, from earliest settlers to miners...
The ultimate family entertainment awaits! Dine, bowl, snow, skate, climb, movies, shop, dance ice. All this under one roof, jct 32,...
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
YSP is an extraordinary place that sets out to challenge, inspire, inform and delight. With four indoor galleries and 500 acres of...
This area is vibrant, contemporary and exciting in ways that will surprise you. The Industrial Revolution was born in these hills and whilst still taking pride in tradition, there is also added upfront arts, adrenalin sport, fantastic food & drink and totally locally shopping.
Award winning attractions, including EUREKA! The National Children's Museum and Manor Heath Park & Jungle Experience offer a perfect opportunity for family fun and spending time together. Browse Yorkshire.com to find out about attractions, activities and events for you to enjoy.
Enjoy the outdoors and our dramatic scenery. Landmarks such as Stoodley Pike and the Cragg Vale Incline entice walkers and cyclists all year round and next year, Calderdale will welcome the Tour de France as Stage 2 of the Grand Depart comes through Hebden Bridge, up Cragg Vale and through Elland!
Go mountain boarding, canoing , rock climbing, bouldering, waterskiing, skiing, skateboarding or snowboarding. Ride a horse or mountainbike through stunning countryside. Enjoy indoor climbing at its best at the Rokt Climbing Gym in Brighouse. Experience the wonders of the waterways, with the Rochdale Canal and Calder & Hebble Navigation. Calderdale boasts miles of towpaths and the deepest lock in the country! The National Trust Hardcastle Crags above Hebden Bridge offers over 15 miles of footpaths in 400 acres of unspoilt woodland. There's also a wealth of reservoirs and local nature reserves, perfect for 'getting away from it all'.
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