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6.83km from Bramham Park
This is a huge country hall and estate set on the outskirts of Leeds. It comprises an expansive collection of artifacts, furniture, and artworks in a traditional Edwardian country hall. See what life was like in Edwardian times, visit the historic stables and marvel at the carriage displays. The ground-floor rooms are currently open to exploring.
8.39km from Bramham Park
Roundhay Park covers over 700 acres of rolling parkland with lakes, woodlands, formal gardens, cafes, playgrounds, and the Tropical World visitor attraction. The park is one of the most popular attractions in Leeds; nearly a million people visit each year. It is situated on the north-east edge of the city, bordered by the suburb of Roundhay to the west, Oakwood to the south and the A6120 outer ring road to the north.
8.56km from Bramham Park
Stockeld Park is a Grade-I listed country house and estate situated between the towns of Wetherby and Harrogate, North Yorkshire, England. Stockeld Park offers wonderful family days out across different adventure seasons and is open every school holiday. The adventure seasons are February Fun, The Easter Adventure, The Spring Adventure, The Summer Adventure, The Halloween Adventure, and The Christmas Adventure.
8.63km from Bramham Park
Tropical World at Roundhay Park in Leeds is the city’s most popular family attraction. You can meet crocodiles, monkeys, butterflies, bats, snakes and a gorgeous family of meerkats with babies! It is is one of the UK's most popular garden tourist attractions and home to the largest collection of tropical plants outside Kew Gardens.
10.06km from Bramham Park
Harewood sits in the heart of Yorkshire and is one of the Treasure Houses of England. The House was built in the 18th century and has art collections to rival the finest in Britain. The house is a Grade I listed building and a number of features in the grounds and courtyard have been listed as Grade I, II, and II*.
10.62km from Bramham Park
Temple Newsam is a Tudor - Jacobean-style house in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, with gardens designed by Capability Brown. The estate gives its name to the Temple Newsam neighborhood of Leeds City Council, in which it is located, and lies to the east of the city, just south of Halton Moor, Halton, Whitkirk, and Colton. It is one of nine sites in the Leeds Museums & Galleries group.
10.69km from Bramham Park
Eccup reservoir is a reservoir in Alwoodley, a suburb of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It was first constructed in 1843 and later expanded. The open water area is 91 hectares, making it largest area of water in West Yorkshire. The reservoir and the surrounding woodlands are both Sites of Special Scientific Interest and it attracts a lot of tourists to this area.
10.7km from Bramham Park
Spofforth Castle was once a grand and important house, scene of lavish banquets and powerful seat of power over of the surrounding feudal lands, and has stood in some form since at least the time of the Norman Conquest. The best-preserved parts of the castle are the hall and solar, but the oldest section is the undercroft, which dates to the 13th century and lies beneath the great hall and family quarters. It now serves as an important attraction in this area.
Thackray Museum of Medicine
11.17km from Bramham Park
The Thackray Museum of Medicine in Leeds is a museum of the history of healthcare. The museum was founded by the Thackray Medical Research Trust who had established the original collection of medical artifacts from an extensive family archive. houses a collection of over 50,000 objects from medical history which date from Roman times to the present day. The museum also cares for a collection of historical medical trade literature, which can be accessed by visitors in the museum's Library and R
Meanwood Valley Urban Farm
12.39km from Bramham Park
Meanwood Valley Urban Farm is a working farm in Leeds, open 365 days a year for the public to visit our animals, gardens, and flourishing woodland. It demonstrates a variety of wildlife habitats, organic farming, and sustainability over 24 acres to members of the public, and introduces schoolchildren to various aspects of farming and the environment.
RSPB St Aidan's
12.81km from Bramham Park
St Aidan's is a natural park of 400 hectares located between Leeds and Castleford in West Yorkshire, England. The land was previously an open-pit coal mining area that was flooded in 1988 after the riverbank collapsed. The nature park was opened to the public in May 2013 under the care of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
12.9km from Bramham Park
The Leeds Kirkgate Market, often known as the Leeds City Market or simply the Kirkgate Markets is a large market hall in Leeds, West Yorkshire. The original markets was the birthplace of Marks & Spencer. The markets opened in 1822 and moved to their current home in 1900. The market hall has been extended several times and also incorporates an outdoor market.
Royal Armouries Museum
12.96km from Bramham Park
This is a national museum that displays the National Collection of Arms and Armour, dating from antiquity to the present day. Its collection was previously on display or in storage at the Tower of London where the Royal Armouries still maintains a presence and displays in the White Tower. In addition to the five original galleries which house 5,000 objects in the permanent displays and the more recent Peace Gallery.
Leeds City Museum
13.12km from Bramham Park
Leeds City Museum offers an exciting, fun, and interactive day out for all the family. There are six galleries for you to visit. Come and find the Leeds Tiger in the Life on Earth Gallery or get interactive by camouflaging yourself. Discover the mummy of Nesyammun in the Ancient Worlds Gallery or try a game of Greek Gods and Goddesses Top Trumps. The museum is home to over one million objects, collected since 1819, that give insights into the evolving natural world, human history, and culture.
13.15km from Bramham Park
Leeds Docks is the perfect place to plan your next day out with friends or family, a vibrant, beautiful area with an exciting mix of shopping experiences. Leeds Dock is Leeds’s hottest new shopping destination. Home to an array of urban lifestyle brands, cool bars, and stylish restaurants.
13.16km from Bramham Park
Leeds Cathedral, also known as St Anne’s Cathedral was built in the early 20th Century in the Arts and Crafts neo-gothic style. It contains war memorials, relics, and sculptures. Dedicated to Saint Anne, the mother of Our Lady, the Cathedral is situated in the heart of Leeds city center and contrasts with the surrounding new hotels and office blocks, The Light shopping center, and the Victorian Town Hall.
13.2km from Bramham Park
Surrounded by some of the city's most important buildings, including the Town Hall, Civic Hall, Leeds General Infirmary, and the Civic Theatre, Millennium Square is the new heart of Leeds city center. The site includes areas for staged performances such as outdoor theatre, pop concerts, operatic and orchestral performances, as well as civic ceremonies, fairs, markets, and street entertainment.
Henry Moore Institute
13.25km from Bramham Park
The Henry Moore Institute is a world-recognised centre for the study of sculpture in the heart of Leeds, funded by The Henry Moore Foundation. An award-winning exhibitions venue, research centre, library and sculpture archive, the Institute hosts a year-round programme of exhibitions, conferences, lectures, research, and publications that aim to expand the understanding and scholarship of historical and contemporary sculpture.
Leeds Art Gallery
13.29km from Bramham Park
Leeds Art Gallery in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, is a gallery which was part of the Leeds Museums & Galleries group. The gallery has one of the most significant collections of 20th-century British art outside London. It showcases a wealth of paintings, sculptures, works on paper, and new media by well-known artists and presents a dynamic exhibitions programme that includes the prestigious Northern Art Prize.
13.31km from Bramham Park
Woodhouse Moor is predominantly open grassland, with avenues of mature trees, and includes a playground, a skate park, a multi-use games area, and a small car park, by Hyde Park Corner, and a bowling green, tennis courts and allotments along Moorland Road, as well as several imposing statues. The park has five main paths which meet in the centre, each is tree-lined and they divide the park into different areas of usage.
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Bramham Ln, Wetherby LS23 6ND, UK
Bramham Park is a Grade I listed 18th-century country house in Bramham, between Leeds and Wetherby, in West Yorkshire, England. The house, constructed of magnesian limestone ashlar with stone slate roofs in a classical style, is built to a linear plan with a main range linked by colonnades to flanking pavilions. The main block is of three storeys with a raised forecourt.