Tourist Attractions etc in West Yorkshire
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West Yorkshire Tourist Attractions

Tourist attractions in & around the area of West Yorkshire...

West Yorkshire Tourist Attractions

blank tabSTANDEDGE TUNNEL & VISITOR CENTRETourist Attraction
Tunnel End, Waters Road, Marsden, HD7 6NQ
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Standedge Tunnel is the longest, highest and deepest canal tunnel in Britain, stretching for 3.25 miles through the Pennine countryside from Marsden to Diggle. Standedge runs 30-minute guided tunnel trips where visitors can learn about how the tunnel was built and tales of the 'navvies' who worked during its construction and learn amazing facts about the Huddersfield Narrow Canal. There's plenty for all the family including guided boat trips, special events and a brand new children's playground and wildlife garden for kids to jump, climb and explore. Free parking available next to Marsden Railway Station. Standedge is just a 15-minute walk along the towpath of the canal. Wheelchair access is available on site and there is a dedicated car park for blue badge holders. Standedge holds a series of events throughout the season.
Tel: 01484 844298
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Discovering Prehistory on Ilkley Moor

Betty's Tea Room Photo © Chris Heaton
Betty's Tea Room -
Photo: Chris Heaton CCL


With a population of only 14,000 and perched at the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the town of Ilkley retains its Victorian charm in its architecture, tree-lined streets, and elegant shops and tea rooms.

Though it is only 14 miles from Bradford and 17 miles from Leeds, two major wool-processing cities during the Industrial Revolution, its history lies much, much farther in the past! More...

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Hebden Bridge Mill

Bridge Gate, Corner of St Georges Square, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire, HX7 8ET
Tel: 01422 844160    Fax: 01422 842382

Originally the manorial cornmill, a water-powered mill has stood on this site since 1314. The current building, built on medieval foundations, dates from the early 18th century, and has been restored for shopping, eating out and craft workshops. The working waterwheel has been re-built and can be seen inside Innovation Cafe together with the mill sluices on the cafe's riverside terrace.

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Manor Heath Park and Jungle Experience

Manor Heath Road, Savile Park, Halifax, West Yorkshire, HX3 0EB
Tel: 01422 365631    Fax:  01422 365631

Jungle Experience - Tropical plants, terrapins and butterflies. Park with children's play area. Flower beds, walled demonstration garden and cafe.

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Yorkshire Sculpture Park

West Bretton, Wakefield, WF4 4LG
Tel: 01924 832631       Web:

Yorkshire Sculpture park is set in the grounds of the Bretton Estate Wakefield which was designed in the 18th and 19th centuries. The park is 500 acres ranging from wooded areas to open spaces providing a landscape for modern and contemporary sculptures by artist's from around the world.

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