Places of Interest
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is a busy market town which is dominated by its medieval castle, one of the most complete and well preserved in the country. There is a market held 4 days a week and a Victorian-style shopping arcade, Craven Court, which boasts striking architecture.
near Bradford, is a Unesco World Heritage Site named after Sir Titus Salt who built a textile mill and this village on the River Aire in the mid-19th century. The Salt Mill gallery holds the largest collection of art by renowned Bradfordian David Hockney.
is internationally famous for its connection with the Brontë sisters, who wrote most of their novels whilst living at Haworth Parsonage. The Parsonage is now a museum dedicated to the sisters and it contains many remnants of their lives here, including original manuscripts and personal items.
is a small but vibrant city with an outstanding cathedral. It also boasts a fine racecourse track with events all year round.
is an ancient market town with attractions including a 12th century castle, the intriguing Mother Shipton’s Cave and the Petrifying Well.
is one of Europe’s most exciting and intriguing cities, with a history spanning thousands of years. Explore the colourful Shambles shopping area, or wander around the stunning York Minster, which boasts one of the finest collections of stained glass in existence.
is one of the most historic and beautiful places in Europe. The abbey is a World Heritage site, containing over 900 years of rich history.