5 places to explore Yorkshire's architectural heritage
- Credit: Paul White
These historical buildings illustrate just some of the architectural grandeur that can found across the county.
See the famous Rose Window at York Minster
Trip back in time at the stunning York Minster, and be blown away by the scale, size and beauty of the famous historic site.
Explore the treasure trove that is the Piece Hall
One of the most beautiful and sensitive restorations to a heritage site to have taken place in the last few years, the Piece Hall in Halifax is well worth a wander.
Play in a very grand parkland
Harewood House, Yorkshire’s 2020 Large Visitor Attraction of the Year combines culture and fun within its 250-year-old house, gardens, bird garden, play and parkland.
Find the fig trees at Fountains Abbey
Another one of the largest and best-preserved Cistercian sites, the grounds are also sprawling and full of wonder for children and adults alike.
Take to the stage at the Georgian Theatre Royal
Experience the steep stage and original theatre pit, while travelling back in time, at Britain’s oldest working theatre in its original form.