Hackfall was created by John Aislabie, although it looks like a natural woodland it is all man-made and is packed with hidden follies, a fountain, surprise waterfals and grottoes.
The Druids Temple is a man-made folly, modeled on prehistoric monuments. It is less than 200 years old and although the history of the site is known a wealth of rumours and myths have been created around it's origins.
The Snickelways of York are a collection of small streets and footpaths in the city of York, England. The snickelways themselves are usually small paths or lanes between buildings, not wide enough for a vehicle to pass down, and usually public rights of way.
The Warley Museum is located in Warely Village, near Halifax, and is possibly the smallest museum in the world - it's located in a decommissionedred telephone box.
Yorkshire's biggest and highest public artwork. Created by the artist Andrew Sabin, The Coldstones Cut is a massive construction which visitors can freely walk through and explore, the sculpture overlooks the huge working Coldstones Quarry and offers spectacular views over the scenery of Nidderdale in the Yorkshire Dales.
Experience the sights, sounds and smells of life on the Home Front and the Front Line, all set in the buildings and grounds of an original World War 2 Prisoner of War Camp.
The Shipley Glen Tramway is a historic funicular tramway located in the wooded Shipley Glen near the village of Saltaire.