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Yorkshire Visitor Farms, Wildlife, Walks and Trails

Visitor Farms, Wildlife, Walks and Trails

North Yorkshire


Big Sheep, Little Cow makes a great day out for all the family in Bedale. Enjoy the Wooly Jumpers Play Barn, go outside on the go-karts or in our large sandpit play area. We offer school visits and educational farm visits as well as childrens birthday parties and café


01677 422125

Big Sheep, Little Cow

Hatfield Woodhouse, South Yorkshire


Boston Park Farm with indoor and outdoor play areas is open all year round and is a fantastic place to take toddlers and young children to play. There are lots of animals to see and feed, The Maize Maze is open from mid July to end Oct with 5km of paths.


01302 844818

Boston Park Farm, Tearooms & Maize Maze

North Yorkshire, North Yorkshire


Brimham Rocks near Pateley Bridge Nidderdale offers beautiful walks and rock climbing amongst dramatic moorland rock formations. This is a precious wildlife habitat where you will find changes from season to season, with overwintering birds and bilberry season in autumn.


01423 780688

Brimham Rocks, near Pateley Bridge

Sheffield, South Yorkshire


Highly rated by Trip Advisor, The Tropical Butterfly House, Wildlife and Falconry centre in Sheffield is a great family day out. Meet snakes, lizards, butterflies, meerkats, lemurs, butterflies and birds. Pet and feed the farm animals or follow the Donosaur Trail. Top it off with afternoon tea at our Butterfly Café.


01909 569416

Butterfly House, Wildlife & Falconry Centre

Barnsley, South Yorkshire


Cannon Hall Farm is an award winning working farm set in the rolling Pennine hills in a landscape full of undiscovered charm; home to hundreds of creatures, great and small waiting to welcome you to a world of animal magic.


01226 790427

Cannon Hall Farm

Huddersfield, West Yorkshire


Grade II listed Victoria Tower on the summit of Castle Hill overlooking Huddersfield has offered recreation for hundreds of years. Archaeological digs show evidence of Iron Age, Roman and Saxon occupation and there are long distance views in all directions.

Castle Hill

Otley, West Yorkshire


Our aims are to increase your enjoyment of Chevin Forest Park and to help you understand more about the evolution of this landscape that is the result of many thousands of years of interaction between people and nature.


0113 3957400

Chevin Forest Park

Skipton, North Yorkshire


One of the finest falconry centres in the north of England at The Coniston Hotel features an amazing array of eagles, owls, hawks, falcons and white-tailed sea eagle. Friendly and knowledgeable instructors help you fly these magnificent birds in the open countryside.


01756 748080

Falconry at The Coniston Hotel

Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire


Visit this beautiful wooded valley with National Trust 19th-century Gibson Mill Visitor Centre at its heart. There is a choice of walks through the 400 acres of unspoilt woodland with something to enjoy in every season, from bluebells in spring to autumn colours.


01422 844518

Hardcastle Crags

Skipton, North Yorkshire


Hesketh Farm Park is part of a 600 acre working farm situated in one of the most picturesque areas of the Yorkshire Dales; Bolton Abbey.


01756 710444

Hesketh Farm Park

Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire


Prepare for adventure at the How Stean Gorge Outdoor Centre in Nidderdale, Yorkshire! How Stean Gorge is a spectacular limestone gorge in the stunning Yorkshire Dales.


01423 755666

How Stean Gorge

Bridlington, East Yorkshire


Visit the Yorkshire Wolds and follow the trail of David Hockney's Art Locations from the setting for 'Bigger Trees near Warter' to 'Late Spring Tunnel May' near Kilham. ‘Hockney Country’ is one of the most beautiful parts of the UK countryside, with much to explore among rolling hills, hidden dales and coast.

Hunt a Hockney Art Location

Ingleton, North Yorkshire


The famous Ingleton Waterfalls Trail in Yorkshire offers some of the most spectacular waterfall and woodland scenery in the North of England.


01524 241930

Ingleton Waterfalls Walk

Barnsley, South Yorkshire


A nature reserve set in 250 acres of wetland, RSPB Old Moor is a great place to see exciting birds and other wildlife from 7 hides along the trail.


01226 751593

RSPB Old Moor

Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire


An intriguing fun filled adventure in stunning countryside for children and their grown ups! Find a great range of events from bushcraft and craft days to den building and interactive sculptures. Close to Pateley Bridge and convenient for York and Leeds.


01423 755084

Studfold Adventure Trail



Discover exciting new worlds, alien landscapes and exotic plant life all in Yorkshire. The Roundhay Park attraction is home to the largest collection of tropical plants outside Kew Gardens. Exciting new plans include a new crocodile enclosure, children’s education zone and aquarium.

Tropical World Leeds

North Yorkshire


Welcome to Larks Edge, just south of Thirsk in North Yorkshire, where we offer the fascinating experience of walking with alpacas. The alpaca experience includes introductions, 'any questions' and about an hour's accompanied walk.


07810 301811

Walking with Alpacas

North Yorkshire


Yorkshire Dales Icecream Farm makes a great family day out, near Skipton and Bolton Abbey, with breathtaking scenery, super free wooden play area for children and new undercover play area. There is great food on offer in American style diner with delicious icecream, made on the farm.


01756 710685

Yorkshire Dales Icecream Farm

Doncaster, South Yorkshire


Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Doncaster offers a wonderful day out for all ages. On offer is the Wildlife Park, Lion Country, Lemur Woods, African Plains and Endangered Africa, Wallaby Walkabout, Land of Tigers, South America Viva, Talks, Feeding Times and Play Grounds.


01302 535057

Yorkshire Wildlife Park
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