Things to do in Yorkshire in 2023. Start the New Year in Yorkshire with new experiences and great days out to create lasting memories.
Until 30th January 2022
Follow our nature trail and be inspired by the magic of winter! Spot the wonderful Willow Scuptures. Included with admission to Potteric Carr nature reserve - no need to book in advance.
Keep the Christmas magic going with a visit to a pantomime. Many run into or even through January.
25th January is Burns Night. Celebrate the life and works Robbie Burns and celebrate the traditions of Scotland in Yorkshire.
24th November 2021 to 10th January 2022
Celebrate your inner Robin on a Robin Robin adventure trail at Old Moor! Buy a trail pack at the reserve. Aardman’s new festive musical tale about a young robin trying to fit in, debuts on Netflix on 24 November. Every year, Robin joins her family on a big sneak to find food to survive the winter. Join us on the great RSPB sneak and celebrate your inner robin!
Enjoy fun on the ice with family or friends, temporsry rinks are at York and Stockeld Park into early January. Or throughout the year go to the Bradford or Sheffield permanent rinks.
18th November 2021 to 2nd January 2022
The Winter Village at York Minster brings the best of both location and local produce to this brand new event. Situated at the foot of the majestic South Door of York Minster, The Winter Village comprises several decorative wooden cabins offering food, drinks, gifts and the perfect place to sit and admire the view.
29th and 30th January 2022.
York Residents Festival is a ‘thank you’ for the warm welcome York's residents. This year there is a chance to explore behind the scenes at a number of venues not usually open to the public, as well as some great dining and retail offers.
2nd and 3rd January 2022
There will be loads of machines such as; tractors, trailers, telehandlers, harvesters and other farm machinery, for children to look at, with information about what jobs they do on the farm. Other local farms are bringing their machines along too.
The Kirklees Concert Season is a unique partnership between Kirklees Council and Opera North in which the Orchestra of Opera North brings world class music to Kirklees with its sumptuous orchestral concerts and uplifting chamber concerts. Together with our series of relaxed and friendly organ concerts, we deliver a world-class programme of concerts to Dewsbury and Huddersfield Town Halls.
Start the New Year with a refreshing dip. Head to Wharfemeadows Park in Otley or South Bay in Scarborough and start your new year an invigorating dip.