So, it is your Sunday day out again and you think you should go see some places of attraction in the local area. You can have a great time in Lancashire and Yorkshire with acres of countryside, beautiful parks, historic houses and even bustling market towns which attracts your fancy, and you will never be short of places to go.
Bolton Abbey and Scott park – Burnley
The Bolton Abbey is situated in the heart of Yorkshire Dales, just on the banks of the river Wharfe. It has about 30,000 acres of beautiful countryside and over 80 miles of footpaths with ample space to enjoy the fresh air and to run, it has a thing for every age.
The Scott Park in Burnley in Lancashire is a very beautiful Victorian bandstand, it has the woodland walk bowling green which will never let you go and a fantastic play area for kids with a giant draught board.
Yorkshire Museum and the Lancaster
A visit to the Yorkshire Museum is an epic journey back to about 150 million years of Yorkshire with a discovery of the lost giants and the changing worlds they inhabited in the exhibitions at the Yorkshire Museum.
The little city of Lancaster with lots of fantastic Georgian houses has the city museum in her. Its attractiveness is tailored to a lot of treasured historic monuments stuffed in the four walls of the city. Your Sunday days out will be worth the while when you see the Lancashire city museum, the Lancaster canal and the Ashton memorial high on the hilltop in Williamson Park.
Kilnsey Park Estate and the Smith Farm Shop
It is located in the heart of Wharfedale, this park is the perfect location to enjoy the Yorkshire dale. Catch your first fish on your first visit, explore the area on the back of a horse, watch the red squirrel shake their tails and met the rarest orchid in the UK. Even sitting back to relax in the stunning scenes of the park is memorable.
The Smith farm shop is the home for lovers of animals because they have various animal attractions such as goats, alpacas, giant rabbits, miniature pony and a wide range of poultry breeds. You can ride on tractors at the smithy farm shop even though you are not a farmer, it also has a wide picnic and children play area, log and coal, and summer seasonal camping
The Forbidden Corner and the Rivington Terraced Gardens
The forbidden corner is a top attraction center for adventurers in Yorkshire, especially kids. Discover the secret in the labyrinth of the chamber on your tour and unveil the surprises and follies in the four-acre garden situated in Tupgil Park.
The Rivington terraced garden is a magically intertwined place that leads to unexpected surprises. The garden features both an Italian and a Japanese garden and lakes with chiseled stone structures which will keep you wondering if they were created with the earth.