70 Fantastic Things to Do with Kids In Yorkshire

Looking for fun-filled family days out in Yorkshire? Look no further! Whether you’re in search of theme parks, outdoor adventures, or cultural experiences, this guide…


Looking for fun-filled family days out in Yorkshire? Look no further! Whether you’re in search of theme parks, outdoor adventures, or cultural experiences, this guide will help you plan the perfect day out for the whole family for weekends, term time and school holidays. From the stunning landscapes of the Yorkshire Dales to the historic city of York – Yorkshire offers a wide range of activities and attractions that are sure to delight both kids and adults. I have lived in Yorkshire my whole life – so I know the best places to go!

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Pack your bags, grab your sense of adventure, and get ready for an unforgettable journey through North Yorkshire!

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Best Things to Do with Kids In Yorkshire

Things to do with kids in North Yorkshire

1. Flamingo Land

Flamingo Land is a must-visit destination for families seeking excitement and adventure. This theme park and zoo combo offers a thrilling mix of rides, animal encounters, and live shows that will keep the whole family entertained. From pulse-pounding roller coasters to gentle rides for young children, Flamingo Land has something for everyone. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore the zoo, home to over 140 species of animals, including lions, giraffes, and, of course, flamingos! With its wide range of attractions and beautiful surroundings, Flamingo Land is a fantastic choice for a family day out in North Yorkshire.

Read about my Flamingo Land visit here.

Address: Flamingo Land Resort, Kirby Misperton, Malton, North Yorkshire, YO17 6UX

Website: https://www.flamingoland.co.uk/

2. Step Back in Time at the Jorvik Viking Centre

Want to know more about the fascinating world of Vikings? Visit the Jorvik Viking Centre in York. This award-winning attraction takes you on a journey back in time to the Viking age, offering a unique and interactive experience. Hop on the animatronic ride and travel through the recreated streets of Viking-era York, complete with sights, sounds, and even smells! After the ride, explore the exhibition halls and marvel at the archaeological finds on display, including reconstructed Viking faces based on DNA analysis. The knowledgeable staff, dressed in Viking garb, are friendly and happy to share their expertise, making this a truly educational and engaging experience for the whole family.

Address: Jorvik Viking Centre, Coppergate, York, YO1 9WT

Website: https://www.jorvikvikingcentre.co.uk/

3. Explore Bolton Abbey

For a day out in nature, head to Bolton Abbey, a picturesque estate nestled in the heart of the Yorkshire Dales. This historic site offers breathtaking landscapes, ancient ruins, and a variety of walking trails for all abilities. Take a leisurely stroll along the River Wharfe or venture further into the surrounding woodlands, where you’ll discover hidden waterfalls and stunning vistas. Don’t forget to visit the ruins of the 12th-century Bolton Priory, one of the best-preserved Cistercian monasteries in England. With its tranquil atmosphere and natural beauty, Bolton Abbey is the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy quality time with your family.

Address: Bolton Abbey, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 6EX

Website: https://boltonabbey.com/

4. Forbidden Corner

Prepare to be amazed at the Forbidden Corner, a unique and enchanting attraction located in the heart of Tupgill Park. This labyrinthine garden is filled with secret passages, hidden follies, and whimsical sculptures, creating a truly magical experience for visitors of all ages. Get lost in the maze, navigate the underground tunnels, and be surprised at every turn. The Forbidden Corner is a place where imagination knows no bounds, and every corner holds a new adventure. Just be sure to book your tickets in advance, as this popular attraction tends to sell out quickly!

Address: The Forbidden Corner, Coverham, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, DL8 4TJ

Website: https://www.theforbiddencorner.co.uk/

5. York Minster

No visit to North Yorkshire is complete without exploring the awe-inspiring York Minster. This magnificent cathedral, with its stunning Gothic architecture and rich history, is a true masterpiece. Look at the intricate stained glass windows, climb the tower for panoramic views of the city, and soak in the peaceful atmosphere of this sacred place. York Minster is sure to leave a lasting impression on the whole family.

Read my full York Minster review here.

Address: York Minster, Deangate, York, YO1 7HH

Website: https://yorkminster.org/

6. National Railway Museum

All aboard! Embark on a journey through the history of rail travel at the National Railway Museum in York. This world-class museum houses an extensive collection of locomotives, carriages, and other railway artefacts, offering a captivating insight into the evolution of trains and their impact on society. Explore iconic locomotives such as the Mallard, which holds the world speed record for steam locomotives, and step inside beautifully restored carriages from the golden age of rail travel. The museum also hosts special exhibitions, interactive displays, and even steam train rides on select dates. Whether you’re a train enthusiast or simply curious about the railways, the National Railway Museum is a must-visit attraction for the whole family.

Read my full National Railway Museum review here.

Address: National Railway Museum, Leeman Road, York, YO26 4XJ

Website: https://www.railwaymuseum.org.uk/

7. Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden

Experience the grandeur of Fountains Abbey and its picturesque water garden, a UNESCO World Heritage Site that will transport you back in time. Wander through the extensive ruins of the 12th-century Cistercian abbey, marvel at the intricate details of the Gothic architecture, and imagine the lives of the monks who once inhabited this sacred place. After exploring the abbey, take a leisurely stroll through the stunning water garden, with its tranquil ponds, cascades, and breathtaking vistas. This serene and picturesque setting is perfect for a family picnic or a peaceful moment of reflection. Don’t forget to bring your camera, as there are plenty of photo opportunities to capture memories that will last a lifetime.

Address: Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Water Garden, Fountains, Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 3DY

Website: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/visit/yorkshire/fountains-abbey-and-studley-royal-water-garden

8. Stump Cross Caverns

Stump Cross Caverns is a cave system near Pateley Bridge. You can explore the intricate limestone formations, marvel at the underground waterfalls, and learn about the geological history of this fascinating cave system. Guided tours are available, providing insight into the cave’s formation and the creatures that call it home. The temperature inside the caverns remains constant throughout the year, making it a great place to visit regardless of the weather. So, put on your sturdy footwear, grab a torch, and get ready to discover the hidden wonders that lie beneath the surface of North Yorkshire.

Address: Stump Cross Caverns, Greenhow Hill, Pateley Bridge, North Yorkshire, HG3 5JL

Website: https://www.stumpcrosscaverns.co.uk/

9. Web Adventure Park

The Web Adventure Park (also known as Crawlies) is a fantastic destination for a family day out. This expansive indoor soft play and outdoor playground offer a wide range of activities and attractions to keep children of all ages entertained. From bouncing on giant inflatables to exploring the adventure playground and climbing wall, there’s no shortage of fun to be had here. The park also features a farm area where kids can interact with friendly animals, as well as a café serving tasty treats for hungry adventurers. With its mix of outdoor adventures and farmyard fun, the Web Adventure Park is sure to be a hit with the whole family. Make sure you book your tickets in advance in the summer holidays – it gets busy!

There’s plenty to do whatever the weather! We go every few months and my son loves it.

Address: The Web Adventure Park, Wigginton Road, York, YO32 2RH

Website: https://webadventurepark.co.uk/

10. Murton Park

Murton Park is a living history museum set on a 35-acre site. One of the main highlights of Murton Park is the Yorkshire Museum of Farming, which showcases the region’s agricultural heritage. There are interactive displays, vintage farming equipment, and lots of information about traditional farming practices.

Murton Park also features a collection of historic buildings, including a thatched cottage, a blacksmith’s forge, a schoolhouse, and a reconstructed Viking village. These structures provide a glimpse into everyday life during different historical periods and allow visitors to engage with the past through hands-on activities and demonstrations.

The park offers a range of educational and interactive experiences for visitors of all ages. Families can enjoy tractor rides, feed farm animals, or participate in traditional crafts and workshops. There are also special events and reenactments that take place throughout the year, adding to the immersive and engaging nature of the park and a steam railway.

Read my full Murton Park Review here.

Address: Murton Lane, York, North Yorkshire, YO19 5UF,

Website: https://murtonpark.co.uk/

11. Woldies Lavender & Nature Farm

Woldies Lavender & Nature Farm is a lovely lavender farm that offers many things for a family to explore. Your kids will love navigating the maze at Woldies which has giant games inside, such as chess, connect 4, throwing games and more. There are also nature trails, quests to complete, a natural play area, a train ride and footgolf! It’s a lovely place to go in the summer months when the lavender is in full bloom. If you are looking for fun activities & games in Yorkshire, this one is for you!

Check out my full Woldies Review here.

Address: Wintringham, Malton YO17 8HW, North Yorkshire

Website: https://woldies.co.uk/

12. Beetle Bank Farm

Beetle Bank is a small farm located in Murton, York, England. It’s great for kids as there are lots of opportunities for them to explore on their own. In the barn, they can feed animals and even hold rabbits and guinea pigs. There’s an outdoor farm, too and plenty of play equipment such as climbing frames, swings, climbing walls, a sand pit, ride-on toys and a play house. There’s also a cafe where adults can sit outside with a drink while their children play. If you have a free day, it’s a great place to spend a couple of hours.

Read my full Beetle Bank Review here.

Address: Moor Lane, Murton, York YO19 5XD

Website: https://www.beetlebankopenfarm.co.uk/

13. Piglets Adventure Farm

Piglets Adventure Farm is a fun family day out with a variety of outdoor attractions and play areas. One of the main highlights is the farm park, where children can interact with and learn about different farm animals. They can feed and pet-friendly goats, sheep, cows, and other animals, providing a hands-on experience with farm life.

Piglets Adventure Park has lots of play areas and activities. The Piglet Village Playground is a large outdoor play area featuring swings, slides, climbing frames, and other play structures, providing plenty of opportunities for active play and exploration. For those seeking more excitement, there are also adventurous activities such as the giant inflatable pillow, pedal go-karts, and a mini zip line. The jumping pillows and bouncing pillows are always so busy!

Read my full Piglets Adventure Farm review here.

Address: Towthorpe Grange Towthorpe Moor Lane Towthorpe York YO32 9ST

Address: https://pigletsadventurefarm.com/

14. Askham Bryan Conservation & Wildlife Park

Askham Bryan Conservation & Wildlife Park is in Askham Bryan, near York, England. It is a wildlife park that focuses on conservation, education, and providing a sanctuary for a variety of animals.

One of the key aspects of Askham Bryan Conservation & Wildlife Park is its focus on education. The park offers educational programs and interactive experiences for visitors of all ages. This includes guided tours, talks, and hands-on encounters where visitors can learn about the importance of wildlife preservation and the role they can play in protecting and conserving our natural world.

There’s a large playground in the Wildlife Park as well as a cafe just a short walk outside. It’s a great place to let kids run and explore in a safe way. It’s usually quiet which means you can give your kids a bit more freedom.

Read my full Askham Bryan Conservation & Wildlife Park review here.

Address: Askham Bryan, York YO23 3FR

Website: https://abcwildlifepark.co.uk/

Photo of Agility Mini soft play at Agility York
Agility Mini

15. Agility York

Agility is an indoor fitness course that has a large indoor ninja warrior course. It’s a great way to have fun while staying active. Test out your ninja stills with the giant obstacle course which has climbing, rope swings and jumps.

There’s even Agility Mini – a small soft-play inside the cafe so under 3’s can be entertained also. The car park is free but you need to register your car using the QR code on the reception desk to avoid a fine.

Check out my full Agility Review here.

Address: Agility Parks, London Ebor Business Park, Millfield Ln, Nether Poppleton, York YO26 6QY

Website: https://www.agilityparks.co.uk/

16. Eden Camp

Eden Camp was my FAVOURITE school trip when I was in primary school. Eden Camp Modern History Theme Museum is a unique and immersive museum located in Malton, North Yorkshire, England. It is situated on the site of a former Second World War prisoner-of-war camp, which has been transformed into a museum to provide a fascinating glimpse into the history of the war.

The museum recreates the sights, sounds, and atmosphere of the wartime era, offering visitors a chance to step back in time and experience what life was like during World War II. The exhibits at Eden Camp are housed within the original Nissen huts, which were used as living quarters for the prisoners of war.

My favourite huts are the Blitz and the Submarine. As a child, I remember the sounds and smells of the Blitz hut and the sounds and rumbles of the Submarine. It amazed me and was one of my best days at school. I have been back as an adult and it didn’t give me the same feeling, but for children, it’s a really good way to teach them about the war.

Address: Eden Camp, Malton YO17 6RT

Website: https://edencamp.co.uk/

17. Allerthorpe Park

Allerthope Lakeside Park is set on 53 acres and 3 lakes. You can do watersports there, and nature trails as well as eat at the lakeside cafe and let the kids play at the playground.

There’s plenty of green space and picnic spots to sit down and enjoy lunch in between activities, it’s a great family day. There’s also a campsite, lodges and caravans if you wish to stay longer.

Read my Allerthorpe Park review here.

Address: Melbourne Road, Pocklington, York YO42 4RL

Website: https://allerthorpelakelandpark.co.uk/

18. York Dungeon

If you want something a bit spooky, then go on a spine-chilling adventure at York Dungeon! Located in the centre of York, this immersive attraction takes visitors on a thrilling journey through the region’s dark and macabre history. From the notorious Guy Fawkes to the legendary Dick Turpin, each show at York Dungeon brings to life infamous characters and events through interactive storytelling, special effects, and live actors. Brace yourself for 75 minutes of suspense, laughter, and pure entertainment that will leave you and your family on the edge of your seats!

Read my full York Dungeon review here.

Address: 12 Clifford St, York YO1 9RD

Website: https://www.thedungeons.com/york/

19. York Bird of Prey Centre

York Bird of Prey Centre is a family-friendly attraction that offers a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with magnificent birds of prey. They have creatures like the British Golden Eagle and African Hawk during the daily flying shows. If you’re feeling brave, you can even have a hands-on experience and learn more about these incredible creatures from the knowledgeable staff. It’s an educational and thrilling adventure that will leave a lasting impression on the whole family.

Address: Baston Lane, Huby YO61 1JB

Website: http://www.yorkbirdofprey.co.uk/

Red Goat Climbing Wall
Me at Red Goat Climbing Wall

20. The Red Goat Climbing Wall

Red Goat Climbing is an indoor climbing facility in York. It’s suitable for climbers of all levels, from beginners to experienced climbers. The facility features a range of climbing walls, bouldering areas, and training facilities designed to cater to different skill levels and preferences. The routes are regularly reset and updated to keep the climbing experience fresh and engaging.

They offer sessions and programs for children, adults, and families, so everyone can join in! there’s also a cafe so you can get a drink and a snack during your session. I’d plan to be here for about 2 hours, including a snack. It uses a lot of upper body strength so there comes a point where you just can’t do it anymore!

Address: 6 Redeness St, York YO31 7UU

Website: https://www.redgoatclimbing.co.uk/

21. Dalby Forest

Dalby Forest is a large forest located in the North York Moors National Park, North Yorkshire, England. It is a popular outdoor destination that offers a range of activities and attractions for visitors of all ages. There are walking and hiking trails that cater to different skill levels. Cyclists can enjoy purpose-built mountain biking trails, including a network of single-track routes. The forest also offers opportunities for horse riding, orienteering, wildlife spotting, and picnicking and there is a Go Ape where you can navigate through an obstacle course of zip lines, high ropes, and treetop crossings, offering an adrenaline-fueled adventure amidst the forest canopy.

Address: Low Dalby, Thornton le Dale, Pickering, North Yorkshire, YO18 7LT.

Website: https://www.forestryengland.uk/dalby-forest

22. North York Moors National Park

The North York Moors National Park is a stunning natural landscape located in North Yorkshire, England. Spanning over 1,400 square kilometres, it is a designated national park renowned for its diverse ecosystems, dramatic scenery, and rich cultural heritage. There are numerous walking trails, cycling routes, and bridleways that allow you to explore the park’s scenic beauty at your own pace. The park also has several visitor centres and information points where you can get maps, guides, and advice on the best routes and activities.

Address: The Old Vicarage, Bondgate, Helmsley, York YO62 5BP

Website: https://www.northyorkmoors.org.uk/

23. Lightwater Valley

I went to Lightwater Valley one year for my birthday, haha. And let me tell you, Lightwater Valley is a theme park for children. Not for 3 grown women. But we still had fun, anyway.

Lightwater Valley has over 40 rides and attractions. The park offers a mix of exhilarating roller coasters, gentle family rides, water rides, and interactive experiences. Some of the park’s notable rides include The Ultimate, a long and thrilling roller coaster known for its length and speed, and Raptor Attack, a dark ride that takes visitors on an adventure through a dinosaur-infested mine. Remember this is aimed at kids, so although adults can also go on these rides, they are not thrill rides for rollercoaster enthusiasts.

Read about my trip to Lightwater Valley here.

Address: Water Lane, North Stainley, Ripon HG4 3HT

Website: https://lightwatervalley.co.uk/

24. Studfold Adventure Trail

Studfold Adventure Trail is an outdoor attraction in Nidderdale, near Harrogate. It is a magical, whimsical trail experience for families and visitors of all ages. Here are some things you can find:

  1. Nature Trail: The Studfold Adventure Trail is set in the beautiful countryside and offers a self-guided nature trail that takes you through fields, woodlands, and meadows.
  2. Interactive Activities: Along the trail, there are various interactive activities and challenges for visitors to enjoy. These activities often include treasure hunts, quizzes, puzzles, and nature-themed games,.
  3. Fairy and Elf Village: Hidden amongst the trees, you can spot miniature houses, fairy doors, and elf hideouts.
  4. Adventure Play Area: The play area includes swings, slides, climbing frames, and other play equipment, providing a space for kids to play and explore.

So bring your fairy wings and let’s go!

Address: Studfold Farm, Lofthouse, Harrogate HG3 5SG

Website: https://www.studfold.com/adventure-trail/

25. Malham Cove

Malham Cove is a natural landmark located near the village of Malham in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, Skipton. It is a magnificent limestone formation with unique geological features. Malham Cove is surrounded by other natural attractions. Malham Tarn, a glacial lake, is nearby and provides a picturesque setting for walks and birdwatching. Gordale Scar, a dramatic limestone gorge with waterfalls, is also within close proximity to the cove.

There are several walking and hiking trails that lead to and around Malham Cove, offering you the opportunity to explore the area on foot. The most popular route is the circular walk from the village of Malham, which takes you past the cove, through the limestone pavement, and along the Gordale Beck. The trail provides stunning views and allows you to fully appreciate the beauty of the area. There are also lots of plants and wildlife!

Some of the walks may be steep and tricky, so young children may require help as it’s quite an adventure! This is better suited for older children.

Address: Malham, Skipton BD23 4DJ

Website: https://www.malhamdale.com/malhamcove/

26. Newby Hall & Gardens

Newby Hall & Gardens is a stately home and gardens near Ripon. You can explore the beautifully furnished rooms, which showcase a mix of original features and fine art collections. The house offers a glimpse into the history and lifestyle of the Compton family. The gardens at Newby Hall are considered one of the finest examples of 18th-century landscape design in the country. The grounds cover over 25 acres and feature a variety of themed gardens. Newby Hall has a large adventure playground that is sure to delight kids, including slides, climbing frames, swings, and a miniature railway. There’s plenty of space for children to run, play, and explore, making it a family-friendly attraction. You can also take a 25-minute river cruise on a boat!

Address: Newby Hall, Ripon, North Yorkshire, HG4 5AE

Website: https://www.newbyhall.com/

27. Mother Shipton’s Cave

Mother Shipton’s Cave is a famous tourist attraction in Knaresborough. It is believed to be England’s oldest tourist attraction and is associated with the legendary prophetess, Mother Shipton.

The main attraction at Mother Shipton’s Cave is the natural limestone cave itself. You can explore the cave’s winding pathways, stalactites, and stalagmites, which create an atmospheric and mystical environment. The Petrifying Well has water with a high mineral content that causes objects placed in it to slowly turn to stone over time. You can witness various items, such as teddy bears, shoes, and hats, that have been petrified by the mineral-rich water. Surrounding the cave, there are beautiful woodland gardens and a riverside park to explore. The park offers scenic walks along the River Nidd and provides opportunities for picnicking and relaxing in nature. There’s a wishing well, a museum and an adventure playground also!

Address: Prophecy House, Harrogate Rd, High Bridge, Knaresborough HG5 8DD

Website: https://www.mothershipton.co.uk/

28. Jorvik Dig

Jorvik Dig is an archaeological attraction in York. Here, children can experience hands-on archaeology and explore the rich history of York’s Viking past. Using trowels and brushes, you can uncover replica artefacts buried in specially designed excavation pits.

Jorvik Dig is suitable for visitors of all ages, including families and school groups. The activity is designed to be accessible and engaging for children and adults to give a fun experience of learning about the Viking age.

Address: DIG St Saviour Church, St Saviourgate, York YO1 8NN

Website: https://www.digyork.co.uk/

29. Thornton Hall Country Park

Thornton Hall Country Park is a family-friendly farm park located in Thornton-in-Craven, near Skipton. You can meet, pet and feed a variety of farm animals such as sheep, goats, pigs, rabbits, and more. You can even bottle-feed some animals as well as ride ponies. There are outdoor play areas for children including slides, swings, climbing frames, sandpits, and jumping pillows. Thornton Hall Country Park also offers tractor rides around the park

The indoor play barn includes soft play areas, ball pits, slides, and other activities suitable for children of different ages. It provides an alternative option for play in case of typical British weather.

Address: Thornton-in-Craven, Skipton BD23 3TS

Website: https://thorntonhallcountrypark.co.uk/

York Maze

30. York Maze

York Maze is also a great option in North Yorkshire. It’s only open during the summer, but it’s a wonderful day out for kids. There’s slides, climbing frames, mini-golf, a tractor ride and many mazes to explore.

We ran out of time to do everything in just one day!

Read my full review of York Maze here.

Address: York Maze, York YO19 5LT

Website: https://www.yorkmaze.com/

31. Beningbrough Hall

Beningbrough Hall is a beautiful Georgian mansion near York. It’s part of the National Trust and the stunning house has a walled garden full of flowers, fruit and vegetables. There’s lots of land to explore, an adventure playground and you can even look around the mansion and go back in time to what it was like to live there.

See my full review of Beningbrough Hall here.

Address: Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens, York YO30 1DD

Website: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/visit/yorkshire/beningbrough-hall-gallery-and-gardens

32. The Yorkshire Arboretum

If you are dying to spend more time outdoors, then the Yorkshire Arboretum is perfect for you and your family. There’s plenty of open space to explore over 7000 types of trees and shrubs. There’s even a red squirrel inclosure!

Read my full review of The Yorkshire Arboretum here.

Address: Castle Howard, York YO60 7BY

Website: https://www.yorkshirearboretum.org/

Yorkshire Arboretum Review

Things to do with kids in West Yorkshire

Are you looking for some family-friendly activities in West Yorkshire that will keep everyone entertained? Look no further! In this article, we’ve compiled a list of 10 exciting things to do with kids in West Yorkshire, guaranteed to create lasting memories. Whether you’re in Bradford, Huddersfield, or Leeds, there’s something for everyone. So, let’s dive in and explore the fun-filled adventures that await you and your family!

Get your kids into art and culture with a trip to Leeds Art Gallery. Located in the centre of Leeds, this gallery is a treasure trove of stunning works of art. See the masterpieces created by renowned artists with a diverse collection spanning various art movements and styles, there’s something to captivate every member of the family. And the best part? Admission is free, making it the perfect outing for art enthusiasts on a budget!

Address: Leeds Art Gallery The Headrow Leeds LS1 3AA

Website: https://museumsandgalleries.leeds.gov.uk/leeds-art-gallery/


34. Leeds Urban Bike Park

If your family loves outdoor adventures and adrenaline-pumping activities, the Leeds Urban Bike Park is the place to be. Located in the heart of Leeds, this park offers an array of mountain biking and skateboarding activities suitable for all ages and skill levels. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a beginner, you’re guaranteed to have a blast navigating the park’s thrilling trails and ramps.

Address: Leeds Urban Bike Park Naburn Approach Middleton Park Leeds LS10 3RQ

Website: https://www.leedsurbanbikepark.com/

35. Thwaite Watermill

For a unique and educational experience, a visit to Thwaite Watermill is a must. Located in West Yorkshire, this historic watermill offers a fascinating glimpse into the region’s industrial past. Explore the mill’s carefully preserved machinery and learn about the process of grain milling. Take a leisurely stroll along the nearby waterways and enjoy the tranquil beauty of the surrounding nature. With interactive exhibits and knowledgeable guides, Thwaite Watermill is the perfect destination for a family day out that combines history, education, and natural beauty.

Address: Thwaite Lane, Leeds LS10 1RP

Website: https://museumsandgalleries.leeds.gov.uk/thwaite-watermill/

36. National Coal Mining Museum

Take a trip back in time and explore the fascinating world of coal mining at the National Coal Mining Museum in Wakefield. This museum offers an opportunity to learn about the region’s industrial heritage. Descend into the depths of a real coal mine and experience firsthand the challenges faced by miners. There are interactive exhibits, live demonstrations, and stories of former miners. It’s an eye-opening experience that will give you and your family a newfound appreciation for the region’s history.

Address: Caphouse Colliery, New Rd, Overton, Wakefield WF4 4RH

Website: https://www.ncm.org.uk/

37. Eureka! The National Children’s Museum

Let your children’s curiosity run wild at Eureka! The National Children’s Museum in Halifax. This museum is designed to inspire and educate young minds through hands-on exhibits and engaging activities. From exploring the human body to experimenting with the forces of nature, there’s no shortage of exciting things to discover. Watch as your children’s faces light up with wonder and excitement as they learn through play. It’s a perfect day out for the whole family, where education and fun seamlessly blend together.

Address: Discovery Rd, Halifax HX1 2NE

Website: https://play.eureka.org.uk/

38. Tropical World

Escape to a tropical paradise at Tropical World in Leeds. Step into a world filled with lush greenery, exotic animals, and vibrant colours. You can explore different habitats, from the Amazon rainforest to the African savannah, and encounter a wide variety of fascinating creatures along the way. Marvel at the beauty of butterflies, get up close to reptiles and amphibians and learn about the importance of conservation. With its immersive exhibits and educational displays, Tropical World offers a family-friendly adventure that will ignite your love for the natural world.

Address: Princes Ave, Roundhay, Leeds LS8 2ER

Website: https://tropicalworld.leeds.gov.uk/

39. Royal Armouries Museum

Inspire your kids to learn more about history at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds. They have vast collection of arms and armour from around the world, spanning from ancient times to the modern era. There are stories of knights, samurais, and warriors as you explore the museum’s interactive exhibits. You can see the craftsmanship and artistry of historical weapons and armor, and learn about the evolution of warfare throughout the ages. With its engaging displays and immersive experiences, the Royal Armouries Museum offers a captivating adventure for the whole family.

Fun fact: When I went to visit Royal Armouries a few years ago, they were filming Bargain Hunt there and we got to see David Dickinson live in action!

Address: Armouries Dr, Leeds LS10 1LT

Website: https://royalarmouries.org/venue/royal-armouries-museum/

Kirstall Abbey, Leeds, West Yorkshire
Kirkstall Abbey, Leeds

40. Kirkstall Abbey

Before I moved to York, I live near Kirkstall Abbey so it holds a dear place in my heart. I used to run around it as part of my training for the Leeds half-marathon.

Kirkstall Abbey is a historical site and museum in Kirkstall. It’s ruins of the abbey of a medieval Cistercian monastery founded in the 12th century and is one of the best preserved Cistercian monasteries.

The surrounding park and gardens are a lovely place to stroll around and have a picnic. Locals often go there when it’s sunny. The abbey ruins themselves are a popular backdrop for photography and provide a sense of awe-inspiring beauty and historical ambience.

Address: Abbey Road, Kirkstall, Leeds, LS5 3EH

Website: https://museumsandgalleries.leeds.gov.uk/kirkstall-abbey/

41. Abbey House Museum

Just opposite Kirkstall Abbey is the Abbey House Museum. It’s worth doing both attractions on the same day. Abbey House Museum offers a glimpse of Victorian times. I LOVED this museum, I love anything to do with the Victorians. I have no idea why I didn’t write a blog post about it, though!

The museum is situated in the former gatehouse of Kirkstall Abbey, providing a unique setting that reflects the history and charm of the local area. You can explore authentically recreated period rooms, including a Victorian street with shops and houses, a schoolroom, a toy gallery, and a Victorian pub. These exhibits are designed to transport you back in time and provide an immersive experience of Victorian-era Leeds.

Through the exhibits, you can learn about various aspects of Victorian society, such as domestic life, education, work, and leisure activities of the daily lives of people during that time.

Address: Abbey Walk, Kirkstall, Leeds, LS5 3EH

Website: https://museumsandgalleries.leeds.gov.uk/abbey-house-museum/

42. Thackray Museum of Medicine

The Thackray Museum of Medicine is in Leeds. The museum is all about the history of medicine and the evolution of healthcare and medical practices throughout history. I visited about 10 years ago! Again, another one I didn’t blog about.

The museum is housed in a former workhouse building and provides a comprehensive look at medical advancements, innovations, and the impact of medicine on society. It features a wide range of exhibits and interactive displays that engage visitors of all ages, teaching interesting facts about the history of medical care.

The exhibits at the Thackray Museum of Medicine cover various aspects of medical history, including the development of surgical techniques, the history of pharmacy and pharmaceuticals, the role of nursing, the impact of epidemics and diseases, and the evolution of medical technology and equipment.

Address: Beckett Street, Leeds, LS9 7LN

Website: https://thackraymuseum.co.uk/

43. Cardigan Fields

Cardigan Fields is a leisure complex in Leeds and it’s great for rainy days! Here are some of the things you can do:

  • Gravity Trampoline Park
  • Hollywood Bowl
  • LazerZone
  • Vue Cinema

There are also lots of places to eat such as:

  • McDonald’s
  • FiveGuys
  • PizzaHut
  • Nando’s
  • TacoBell
  • and more

It’s just a great day out with the family! I recommend the Tapas place Viva Cuba opposite Cardigan Fields. It’s AMAZING!

Address: Kirkstall Rd, Burley, Leeds LS4 2DG

Website: https://cardiganfields.co.uk/

Leeds Industrial Museum
Leeds Industrial Museum

44. Leeds Industrial Museum

Leeds Industrial Museum, also known as Armley Mills, is a museum located in Armley, Leeds. The museum is housed within a former woollen mill, which dates back to the late 18th century and is a Grade II listed building. It highlights the industrial heritage of Leeds and the surrounding region. It showcases the city’s rich history of manufacturing and industrial innovation, focusing on various industries such as textiles, printing, engineering, and more.

At Leeds Industrial Museum, you can explore the different floors and sections of the museum, each dedicated to a specific aspect of industrial history. The exhibits feature a wide range of artefacts, machinery, and interactive displays that bring the stories of Leeds’ industrial past to life.

One of the highlights of the museum is the working textile gallery, where visitors can see operational looms and machinery in action! The museum gives insights into the lives of workers during the Industrial Revolution and explores the social and economic impact of industrialization on the local community. Visitors can learn about the working conditions, the role of women in the industry, and the development of labour movements.

I visited the museum in 2014 with my parents and we really enjoyed it!

Address: Canal Road, Leeds, LS12 2QF

Website: https://museumsandgalleries.leeds.gov.uk/leeds-industrial-museum/

45. National Science and Media Museum

We’re skipping over to Bradford now for a visit to the National Science and Media Museum – one of Bradford’s best kid-friendly attractions. I lived in Bradford for a few years as I went to University there. This is yet another Museum I’ve been to and didn’t blog about!

The National Science and Media Museum is a renowned museum that explores science, technology, and media. The museum houses a large collection of cameras, photographs, and photographic equipment, tracing the history and evolution of this influential medium. You can explore the development of photography from its early days to modern digital techniques.

The museum also explores other aspects of media, such as film, television, and animation. It features exhibits that delve into the world of filmmaking, special effects, and the history of cinema. The last time I visited, there was a TV studio set up for the weather, where you could stand and have the greenscreen behind you projecting the weather forecast. Let’s face it, your kids probably have a better chance at forecasting the weather than any of the professionals having a stab at it. There are loads of hands-on activities for kids to enjoy!

Address: Pictureville, Bradford BD1 1NQ

Website: https://www.scienceandmediamuseum.org.uk/


Toddler reaching up to a cow at Temple Newsam Farm in Leeds, Yorkshire
Temple Newsam Farm, Leeds

46. Temple Newsam

Temple Newsam is a historic country house and estate in Leeds. You can visit Temple Newsam House, a grand Tudor-Jacobean mansion that dates back to the 16th century. You can explore the grand rooms, including the Great Hall, the State Bedrooms, and the Long Gallery, and learn about the history and stories associated with the house.

Temple Newsam has large parkland and formal gardens surrounding the house. The estate also features a walled garden, a pleasure ground with a children’s play area, and a lakeside walk.

Temple Newsam is home to a working farm known as Home Farm. This is great for families, to experience a working farm environment and learn about traditional farming practices. Visitors can see and interact with farm animals, including cows, sheep, pigs, chickens, and more.

Read my review of Temple Newsam Farm here.

Address: Temple Newsam Rd, Leeds LS15 0AE

Website: https://museumsandgalleries.leeds.gov.uk/temple-newsam/

47. Harewood House

Harewood House is a stately home and estate located in Harewood, near Leeds. It’s a Georgian mansion that serves as the ancestral home of the Lascelles family, who are the Earls of Harewood. You can explore the grand rooms, including the State Rooms, the Picture Gallery, the Library, and the Below Stairs area. The house is filled with fine furniture, exquisite artworks, and intricate decorative elements, providing a glimpse into the lives of the aristocracy.

The estate at Harewood House features extensive gardens and landscaped grounds covering over 100 acres. There is also a farm experience.

Address: Harewood House, Harewood, Leeds LS17 9LG

Website: https://harewood.org/

48. Leeds City Museum

Hello, another place I’ve visited without blogging about it!

The Leeds City Museum aims to showcase the rich history, art, and cultural heritage of the city and its surrounding region. I particularly enjoyed the Leeds Story Gallery which provides a chronological journey through the history of Leeds, from its early beginnings to the present day.

Some of my other favourite parts include the collection of natural history specimens, including taxidermy animals, fossils, and geological samples. The Ancient Worlds gallery focuses on archaeology and ancient civilizations. It showcases artefacts from ancient Egypt, Greece, Rome, and other parts of the world.

It’s free to enter so a great way to spend the morning before getting some lunch in Leeds City Centre!

Address: Millennium Square, Leeds LS2 8BH

Website: https://museumsandgalleries.leeds.gov.uk/leeds-city-museum/


Things to do with kids in South Yorkshire

Ahh, South Yorkshire – where I was born and bread. If you are planning a family trip to South Yorkshire and wondering how to keep your kids entertained – South Yorkshire has something for everyone. So, let’s dive in and discover the best things to do with kids in this vibrant region.

49. Aston Springs Farm

Located between Worksop and Sheffield, Aston Springs Farm is a fantastic place to bring your kids for a day of fun and learning. This petting farm offers a hands-on experience with a variety of friendly animals, including lambs, goats, and ponies. Your little ones can feed and interact with the animals, creating memories that will last a lifetime. The farm also features an outdoor children’s adventure playground, where kids can climb, slide, and explore to their heart’s content.

Address: Aston, Sheffield S26 5PQ

Website: https://www.astonspringsfarm.co.uk/

50. Tropical Butterfly House Wildlife Conservation Park

Near Sheffield, the Tropical Butterfly House is a must-visit attraction for nature-loving families. Discover the beauty of the butterfly house, where colourful butterflies flutter around in a tropical paradise. Explore the wildlife and falconry centre, where you can witness breathtaking bird displays and learn about different species. With outdoor play areas, an animal farm, and meerkat encounters, this unique attraction offers a delightful day out for the whole family.

Address: Woodsetts Rd, North Anston, Sheffield S25 4EQ

Website: https://www.butterflyhouse.co.uk/

51. Cannon Hall Farm

Make your way to Barnsley and visit Cannon Hall Farm, a working farm that promises a memorable day for kids and adults. This award-winning attraction offers lots of activities, including animal feeding, tractor rides, and sheep racing. Kids can explore the adventure play park, bounce on giant jumping pillows, and even try their hand at milking cows. There’s a zip line, tube maze and even an indoor soft play! With shops and a delightful cafe serving hot and cold food, Cannon Hall Farm is a perfect destination for a family day out.

Address: Bark House Ln, Cawthorne, Barnsley S75 4AT

Website: https://www.cannonhallfarm.co.uk/

52. Magna Science Adventure Centre

For a hands-on and educational day out, head to the Magna Science Adventure Centre in Rotherham, West Yorkshire. This museum explores the wonders of science through a series of exhibits and interactive displays. Discover the power of fire, water, air, and earth as you explore the different themed areas of the museum. From launching rockets to creating your own tornado, there’s plenty to keep curious minds engaged. The Magna Science Adventure Centre is a perfect destination for families looking to combine fun and learning in a unique and inspiring way.

Address: Magna Science Adventure Centre, Magna Way, Rotherham, S60 1FD

Website: https://www.visitmagna.co.uk/

Monkeys at Yorkshire Wildlife Park
Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Doncaster

53. Yorkshire Wildlife Park

Just a short distance from Doncaster (my home time!), Yorkshire Wildlife Park is a sprawling walk-through zoo that will captivate your little ones. This 70-acre park is home to a wide range of animals, including lions, tigers, giraffes, and polar bears. Watch as the animals roam freely in their spacious enclosures, and make sure to catch the scheduled feeding times for an up-close view. With its conservation efforts and educational programs, Yorkshire Wildlife Park offers a fun and educational experience for the whole family. It’s a great family attraction in Yorkshire!

Read my full Yorkshire Wildlife Park review here.

Address: Hurst Lane, Doncaster DN9 3QY

Website: https://www.yorkshirewildlifepark.com/

54. Dearne Valley Country Park

Dearne Valley Country Park is a picturesque nature park located in the Dearne Valley area of South Yorkshire. The park covers approximately 160 acres and offers visitors a tranquil and scenic environment to explore and enjoy. It has stunning natural landscapes, including woodlands, meadows, wetlands, and a large lake. These habitats support a wide range of flora and fauna, making it an ideal destination for nature lovers, birdwatchers, and wildlife enthusiasts.

You can spot ducks, swans, geese, and other water birds around the lake. There are designated bird hides and viewing points where visitors can observe and appreciate the local birdlife. There are several walking trails and paths suitable for walkers of all abilities and provide opportunities to discover diverse plant life, encounter wildlife, and enjoy peaceful moments in nature.

Address: Pontefract Road, Barnsley, South Yorkshire, S71 1HS

Website: https://www.ywt.org.uk/nature-reserves/dearne-valley-country-park

55. Wentworth Castle Gardens

Wentworth Castle Gardens in Barnsley is a historic country estate. It’s a national trust property that has beautiful gardens, a stately home, and parkland. The gardens cover around 60 acres and feature a variety of styles, including formal gardens, terraces, woodlands, and parkland. You can explore the different sections of the gardens, each with its own unique charm and character.

A popular feature is the Victorian conservatory, known as the Victorian Flower Garden. This glasshouse is home to a range of exotic plants and flowers, creating a vibrant and colourful display throughout the year. The gardens offer facilities such as a visitor centre, a café, and a gift shop where you can relax, grab refreshments, and purchase souvenirs or plants.

Address: Park Drive, Barnsley S75 3EN

Website: https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/visit/yorkshire/wentworth-castle-gardens

56. Doncaster Dome

The Doncaster Dome is somewhere I’ve visited a lot as a child. It’s a leisure complex in Doncaster that has a two-tiered ice-skating rink, a swimming pool and water slides and a lazy river, soft play and a gym. There’s also a cinema, bowling and many places to eat near by, making it a great one-stop destination for a day of family fun.

Address: Doncaster Lakeside, Bawtry Rd, Doncaster DN4 7PD

Website: https://www.dclt.co.uk/the-dome/

57. Gulliver’s Valley Theme Park

Gulliver’s Valley Theme Park is a family-friendly amusement park located in Rother Valley, near Sheffield. Designed with young children in mind, the park offers a range of rides, attractions, and entertainment options. There are rides, a dinosaur world, a water play area and more. I can’t wait to take my sun here!

Address: Mansfield Road, Sheffield S26 5QW

Website: https://www.gulliversvalleyresort.co.uk/

58. Calypso Cove Waterpark

Calypso Cove Waterpark is a popular indoor waterpark located at the Barnsley Metrodome in Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England. It offers a fun and exciting aquatic experience for visitors of all ages. It has water slides and flumes, Splash Jungle, a wave pool, an outdoor beach area and a snack bar.

Address: Queens Ground, Queens Rd, Barnsley S71 1AN

Website: https://calypsocove.metrodome.org.uk/

59. Shepherds Place Farm

If you’re in the mood for more animal encounters, head to Shepherds Place Farm in Haxey, Doncaster. This delightful petting farm offers a hands-on experience with a range of animals, including rabbits, guinea pigs, and alpacas. Kids can enjoy pony rides, explore the adventure play areas, and even take part in bottle-feeding lambs. With its friendly atmosphere and engaging activities, Shepherds Place Farm is perfect for a day of family fun.

Address:  99A Akeferry Rd, Graizelound, Haxey, Doncaster DN9 2NF

Website: https://www.shepherdsplacefarm.co.uk/

60. Conisbrough Castle

Conisbrough Castle is a well-preserved medieval castle located in Conisbrough, South Yorkshire, England. It is a historic landmark that offers visitors a glimpse into the past and provides a fascinating insight into medieval castle architecture and life. You can go back in time to the 12th century and explore the castle and learn all about its history.

Address: Castle Hill, Conisbrough, Doncaster DN12 3BU

Website: https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/conisbrough-castle/

61. Cusworth Hall, Museum and Park

Cusworth Hall, Museum and Park is a beautiful Georgian country house located in Cusworth, near Doncaster. is a museum and heritage site that provides visitors with a glimpse into the region’s history and offers a range of attractions and activities. It’s another place I visited many times as a child and on school trips. I have fond memories of exploring the interior of this stunning house as well as the grounds.

Address: Cusworth Ln, Doncaster DN5 7TU

Website: https://www.cusworthhall.co.uk/

62. Brodsworth Hall & Gardens

Step back in time and immerse yourself in the Victorian era at Brodsworth Hall & Gardens in Doncaster. This well-preserved Victorian country estate, managed by English Heritage, offers a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the upper classes during the 19th century. Wander through the elegant halls adorned with period furniture and marvel at the dramatic architecture. Don’t forget to explore the meticulously restored gardens, which were overgrown before English Heritage breathed new life into them. Grandparents will particularly enjoy this outing, and the tearoom offers a perfect spot for refreshments.

Address: Brodsworth, Doncaster DN5 7XJ

Website: https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/brodsworth-hall-and-gardens/

63. Wentworth Woodhouse

Wentworth Woodhouse is a stately home located near the village of Wentworth, South Yorkshire, England. It is one of the largest private residences in Europe and holds great historical and architectural significance. It has a massive 365 rooms in total! You can explore the state rooms at your own pace, taking in the beautiful home. You can also enjoy the gardens which span over 50 acres.

Address: Wentworth, Rotherham S62 7TQ

Website: https://wentworthwoodhouse.org.uk/

The Millennium Gallery shows a diverse range of art and craft, there’s something to captivate every member of the family. Engage in hands-on activities, join guided tours, or attend workshops to make the most of your visit. These cultural destinations offer enriching experiences for young and old alike.

Address: 48 Arundel Gate, Sheffield City Centre, Sheffield S1 2PP

Website: https://www.sheffieldmuseums.org.uk/visit-us/millennium-gallery/

Things to do with kids in East Yorkshire

Welcome to East Yorkshire, a region packed with exciting activities and attractions that will create magical moments for the whole family. Whether you’re looking for outdoor adventures, cultural experiences, or educational outings, East Yorkshire has something for everyone. In this article, we’ll explore the top 10 things to do with kids in East Yorkshire, providing you with a comprehensive guide to plan your next family adventure.

65. Beach Fun in Bridlington and Hornsea

East Yorkshire is home to stunning coastal towns like Bridlington and Hornsea, offering endless opportunities for beach fun days. Spend a day building sandcastles, flying kites, and splashing in the waves on the Yorkshire coast. Bridlington Beach, with its golden sands and picturesque promenade, is perfect for a family day out. Hornsea Beach, on the other hand, provides a serene atmosphere and beautiful views for a relaxing beach experience. You’re sure to have a fun family day out in Yorkshire at the beach!

Jelly Fish at The Deep Hull
The Deep, Hull

66. The Deep

The Deep is an aquarium in Hull. It is one of the most popular visitor attractions in the region. It’s home to a wide variety of marine life. There are displays of coral reefs, jellyfish and the deep ocean. There’s a glass tunnel that you can walk through and be completely surrounded by ocean life! Once you go, tickets are valid for a year.

Read my full review of The Deep here.

Address: Tower St, Hull HU1 4DP

Website: https://www.thedeep.co.uk/

67. Hull and East Riding Museum

Immerse yourself in a captivating journey spanning 235 million years of history at the Hull and East Riding Museum. Step into a world where ancient creatures like majestic mammoths and Saxon invaders come to life, offering visitors a one-of-a-kind experience that is both educational and enjoyable.

Stroll through an authentic Iron Age village, venture into a Roman bathhouse adorned with breathtaking mosaics, and marvel at the enigmatic collection of wooden warriors. Uncover the secrets of medieval times as you explore the remarkable treasures.

Admission to the museum is completely free, and there’s no need to make a booking in advance.

Address: 36 High St, Hull HU1 1NQ

Website: https://www.hcandl.co.uk/museums-and-galleries/hull-and-east-riding-museum/hull-and-east-riding-museum


68. Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve

For nature lovers, a visit to Bempton Cliffs is a must. This stunning nature reserve is home to thousands of seabirds, including puffins, gannets, and kittiwakes. Take a walk along the cliff-top paths and enjoy breathtaking views of the rugged coastline. Keep your binoculars handy to spot the birds nesting on the cliffs. It’s a truly magical experience for the whole family.

Address: Cliff Ln, Bempton, Bridlington YO15 1JF

Website: https://www.rspb.org.uk/reserves-and-events/reserves-a-z/bempton-cliffs/

69. Burton Agnes Hall

Burton Agnes Hall is a magnificent Elizabethan stately home that offers a glimpse into the past with its stunning architecture and well-preserved interiors. Take a guided tour of the house and learn about its fascinating history. Kids will love exploring the beautiful gardens, complete with a maze and a giant chess set. There are nature walks and even a zip-wire, as well as a playground!

Address: Rudston Rd, Burton Agnes, Driffield YO25 4NB

Website: https://www.burtonagnes.com/

70. Sewerby Hall and Gardens

Sewerby Hall and Gardens is a fantastic place for a family day out. Explore the grand hall and learn about its history through interactive exhibits. Kids will have a blast at the adventure playground, while parents can relax in the tranquil gardens. Don’t miss the chance to meet the animals at the zoo and enjoy a picnic in the picturesque surroundings.

Address: Sewerby, Bridlington YO15 1ED

Website: https://www.sewerbyhall.co.uk/

71. Dinostar

If your kids are dinosaur enthusiasts, a visit to Dinostar is a must. This dinosaur-themed museum in Hull is home to a fascinating collection of fossils and interactive exhibits. Learn about the different species that once roamed the earth and get up close to life-size dinosaur replicas. It’s an educational and exciting experience for the whole family.

Address: 28-29 Humber St, Hull HU1 1TH

Website: http://dinostar.co.uk/

72. North Cave Wetlands

North Cave Wetlands is a haven for wildlife enthusiasts. This nature reserve has a variety of habitats, including marshland, ponds, and woodlands, attracting a wide range of bird species. There are nature trails – don’t forget to keep an eye out for herons, kingfishers, and other fascinating creatures. It’s a great opportunity for your kids to connect with nature and learn about conservation.

Address: Dryham Ln, Brough HU15 2LY

Website: https://www.ywt.org.uk/nature-reserves/north-cave-wetlands-nature-reserve

73. One Stop Golf

One Stop Golf is a popular golf facility located in Hull. It offers a range of golfing activities and amenities for players of all ages and skill levels. There’s mini pirate golf, foot golf and a golf range so there’s something for all the family to enjoy.

One Stop Golf has a café and bar where visitors can relax and refresh after a game or practice session. The café offers a variety of food and drink options, providing a comfortable and welcoming environment for socializing and unwinding.

Address: National Avenue, Hull, East Yorkshire HU5 4JB

Website: https://www.onestopgolf.co.uk/

Toddler at Woldies in Yorkshiee
Woldies, Malton

So there you have it, 73 amazing things to do with your kids in Yorkshire. Let me know if you’ve done any of the above, your you have any other recommendations for things to do in Yorkshire!

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