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#1 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Barnsley
The exhibition gives some fascinating history of Barnsley and its surrounding area, with many films to see, literature to view and plenty of artefacts to enjoy, as well as ample seating facilities.
Then of course when you have seen all there is to see you can treat yourself to a drink and a snack at the lovely cafe which is on site.
Cannon Hall Farm Cawthorne
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Cawthorne
... to see animals close up, a fantastic indoor play area and a farm shop offering plenty of variety We also managed to fit in a Friday bistro night at the on site restaurant the White Bull great menu fantastic food
Went to Cannon hall Barnsley had a fantastic day,there was Ferret racing and sheep racing,lots of animals and a great Indoor and Outdoor play area,in the grounds is fairy land a lovely walk,beautiful country views...
#3 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Barnsley
There is a cafe on site so you can spend the whole day there, and as a charity I highly recommend you support them!
A great local attraction with a variety of farm animals and machinery to view.
#4 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Barnsley
Some of the views you can get from a photographic Point of view, are awesome.
The information boards are useful, but I was glad I took with me a copy of Pevsner's Buildings of England, which explains the layout of all the different buildings on the site, and their functions.
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Cawthorne
Helpful staff, easy to find, extensive on site parking.
#6 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Barnsley
In addition to the ducks and goats who live along the stream that goes through the site, there's a lovely (good weather) walk across the road, down a traffic-free, leafy lane (great for little ones).
Fantastic little attraction in lovely old surroundings with various businesses on site one of which is a garden centre.
#7 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Barnsley
Perfect view overlooking the pitch The staff were execellant really warm and friendly made sure you had everything you needed.
You then watch the game from a private 2nd floor balcony in the corner of the stadium, great view and good atmosphere.
#8 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Barnsley
The Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, one of the sites on the trail, has been kept in the condition it would likely have been when Hudson Taylor preached there.
A Barnsley Landmark
Wentworth Village Rotherham 9.0 km away
#2 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Rotherham
Great for a day out fantastic walks and stunning views great pub and cafes garden centre (expensive ) lovely church walks at back of church
My advice is park at the garden centre have a coffee there in the cafe really nice then walk across to the path up to the parish church view the graves of the Earls Fitzwilliam then the old church below them walk...
#3 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Rotherham
We want to thank Robert Mortimer who was our tour guide, for a very informative view on the house, and his tales of the past are well worth listening to, and also have you in stitches.
Lovely day, in this marvellous house, lots of history, magnificent building, and what wonderful views.
Top Withens Haworth, UK 11.4 km away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Haworth
Fantastic views and a real taste of the Bronte's Wuthering Heights with the added bonus of enjoying the wild Pennine moors.
The skies quickly cleared and we enjoyed exploring the site of Top Withins in the late afternoon autumn sunlight.
#3 of 51 Sights & Landmarks in Sheffield
... going down to Crypt to see the Nativity display, this was spectacular in as much it had been made out of Polished Steel and the amount of detail on all the Statues was incredible, and well worth the time to view.
There is a cafe on site as well as a small shop that supports the church.
Woolley Hall Wakefield, UK 6.9 km away
#6 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Wakefield
Nostell Priory and Parkland Wakefield, UK 13.0 km away
#1 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Wakefield
Fantastic scenic views and relaxing walks, combined with fantastic gardens and the history of the house itself.
If you are expecting to view an historic ecclesiastical building then you will be very disappointed, but what you will find is an elegant 18th century palladian mansion built by James Paine and Robert Adam.
Hoober Stand Rotherham 10.2 km away
#7 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Rotherham
The views are incredible fantastic place to come to see park in wentworth and walk over also wentworth house is stunning
Lovely view from the top!
Grimm & Co. Rotherham 15.8 km away
#1 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Rotherham
There's the "exhibition" experience - magical artefacts to view including THE glass slipper, and warning signs for Giants on the ceiling advising them to Mind Your Head.
Sandal Castle Wakefield, UK 12.6 km away
#3 of 6 Sights & Landmarks in Wakefield
This is a favourite spot near Wakefield, rich in history and with lovely views over Pugneys lake and to the distant Pennine hills.
History buffs will love it too, site of important, historic battles and the inspiration for the Grand Old Duke nursery rhyme.
Wentworth Church Rotherham 8.9 km away
#10 of 13 Sights & Landmarks in Rotherham
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#11 of 11 Sights & Landmarks in Barnsley