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Yorkshire is a county famed for a great sense of heritage, with countless churches, chapels, mosques, gurdwaras, synagogues, as well as ancient ruins full of religious importance just waiting to be discovered.
Be inspired and educated in Yorkshire with a visit to one of these famous sites and learn more about bygone days and the diverse cultural heritage.
With so many places of worship holding regular services too, you'll be a welcome member of the congregation wherever you choose to go.
From tiny chapels and Medieval market town churches, to magnificent Minsters - Yorkshire has it all. These impressive and inspirational buildings offer a warm welcome to visitors and an insight into the area's rich and diverse cultural heritage.
Just as important to the communities they serve are the many parish churches, chapels and places of worship that are scattered across Yorkshire. Leave the main roads and take the time to explore some of Yorkshire's best kept secrets.
To search for similar religious sites in the county, including local parish churches, click here.
The Churches Conservation Trust is the national charity protecting historic churches at risk. Ranging from the virtually untouched medieval in idyllic rural settings, to ornately impressive Victorian in busy town centres.
Below is a selection of churches in Yorkshire for you to enjoy:
Treasures Revealed aims to inspire and attract residents and visitors to experience and celebrate West Yorkshire's vibrant faith heritage.
A number of multi-faith trails have been developed to give visitors the chance to experience West Yorkshire's Places of Worship, as well as the opportunity to visit some stunning and fascinating buildings and artefacts. Click on the links below for more details.
Bradford TrailCalderdale Rail Faith Heritage Trail (first Saturday of the month)Heptonstall & Hebden Bridge Faith Heritage Trail (first Saturday of the month)Huddersfield Trail Leeds Trail
Join the annual Treasures Revealed Kirklees Festival from Friday 15-Sunday 17 July 2011 when places of worship across Kirklees will be opening their doors for a multi-faith festival,m giving residents and visitors the opportunity to experience what goes on inside local places of worship, including offerings from the local Christian, Sikh, Hindu and Baha'i communities.
South Yorkshire has a wonderful heritage of faith buildings peppered across the countryside and nestling in our towns. Churches, chapels, mosques, gurdwaras, synagogues and other faith sites are literally 'treasure houses' of history. Explore one of their four walks and scenic drives and discover them for yourself.Four Waterway WalksFive Churches WalkPilgrims Scenic DriveSix Churches Walk
Whether you're interested in history and heritage or simply seeking a place of peace and tranquility, Yorkshire's religious ruins will not disappoint.