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Cannon Hall Farm
0.08km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
Cannon Hall Farm is an award winning family run attraction sitting in the beautiful Pennine foothills. The farm features one of the biggest and best equipped playgrounds in the north of England and the largest tube maze in Europe.
Kirklees Light Railway
3.19km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
The Kirklees Light Railway is situated in the village of Clayton West, near Huddersfield, in the picturesque foothills of the South Pennines. The railway runs for three-and-a-half miles from Clayton West to Shelley and includes passage through the Shelley Woodhouse Tunnel which – at 467m long – is the longest tunnel on any 15” narrow gauge line in Britain.
3.33km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
The Pennine Way was the first National Trail in England and is one of the UK's most famous long-distance walks. it is one of the most challenging but rewarding long-distance walking routes and is steeped in history. It is also blessed with natural beauty and also it attracts a lot of tourists.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park
4.93km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
500-acre open-air gallery showing work by British and international artists, including Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth. The park's collection of works by Moore is one of the largest open-air displays of his bronzes in Europe.
Wentworth Castle Gardens
6.85km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
Over 500 acres of beautiful garden inSouth Yorkshire, which was the only grade I registered landscape has to explore. There are fascinating stories to uncover, plus an endless variety of gentle walking trails, picnics, and hide and seek spots to keep the kids entertained. The Pleasure Ground displays layers of garden design characteristic of different periods and fashions, including an early 18th century Union Jack garden, a Victorian flower garden, and 20th-century collections of rhododendrons
6.94km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
Wentworth Castle is a grade-I listed country house, the former seat of the Earls of Strafford, at Stainborough, near Barnsley in South Yorkshire, England. It is now home to the Northern College for Residential and Community Education. There are 63 acres of gardens and 500 acres of parkland to explore. That means there’ll be an endless variety of gentle walking trails, picnic spots as well as plenty of hide and seek spots to keep the kids entertained whilst on an outdoor adventure.
7.33km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
One of the majestic pieces of architectural skill that was towering over the town from high up on Emley Moor. This transmitting station stands 1,084 feet tall. Its base is 1,949 feet above sea level, imposing over the beautiful rolling moorland. The structure consists of a tapered cylindrical pillar of reinforced concrete, topped by a steel lattice mast carrying 55 m tall antennas. It was the seventh-tallest freestanding structure and the fourth tallest tower in the European Union.
7.35km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
Locke Park is a 47-acre public open space and one of the largest outdoor green spaces in the Borough of Barnsley, South Yorkshire, England. A 70 ft high monument built at the highest point of the park and designed by Richard Phené Spiers, a Paris-trained architect and Master of Architecture at the Royal Academy Schools, London. The park contains a larger than life bronze statue of Locke, which was erected in 1866. The statue by sculptor Carlo Marochetti is Grade II listed.
Experience Barnsley Museum & Discovery Centre
7.35km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
Experience Barnsley Museum and Discovery Centre is dedicated to the history and people of Barnsley. Visitors will uncover the incredible story of Barnsley told through centuries-old artefacts, documents, films and recordings that have been donated by people living and working in the borough.
National Coal Mining Museum for England
8.24km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
The National Coal Mining Museum for England. Visit for a unique all weather adventure. Underground tours, exhibitions, the great outdoors & original events. The museum offers guided underground tours where visitors can experience the conditions miners worked in and see the tools and machines they used as the industry and the mine developed through the years. The Yorkshire Mining Museum opened in 1988 and the museum became the National Coal Mining Museum in 1995.
9.21km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
Worsbrough Mill is a 17th century working water mill set in 240 acres of tranquil Country Park. It is an amazing place to visit, have fun and see history come to life for all the family. The mill is open to the public and takes its water from the River Dove, but is hydraulically separate from Worsbrough Reservoir.
Monk Bretton Priory
10.13km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
Monk Bretton was a Cluniac priory established around 1154 by Adam Fitz Swane as a daughter house of St John's in Pontefract. When the monastery was built, however, the site in the wooded valley of the River Dearne was peaceful and remote. In the course of time the priory took the name of the nearby village of Bretton to be commonly known as Monk Bretton Priory.
10.47km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
Langsett Reservoir sits at the north eastern edge of the Peak District National Park, less than 5 miles south west of Penistone. With a capacity of over 1,400 million gallons, it is the biggest supply reservoir in the Sheffield district and also has one of the largest earth embankments in the UK. It is around a mile long, and supplies water for Sheffield and Barnsley via the Langsett Treatment Works. One of the iconic location and also you can spend some nice time there.
Pugneys Country Park
10.93km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
Situated one mile from J39 of the M1, it is a 300-acre park – facilities for sailing, windsurfing, and canoeing. Cycle hire available too. There is also a pirate playground. The area was developed from a former opencast mine and a sand and gravel quarry and was opened to the public in 1985. It is overlooked by Sandal Castle.
11.72km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
Sandal Castle was one of two fortifications built in Wakefield during the twelfth century. It served as the administrative center for the manor and was later rebuilt into a lavish residence. During the Wars of the Roses, the Battle of Wakefield was fought nearby. The castle endured a siege during the seventeenth century Civil War and thereafter Parliament ordered its demolition. It was the site of royal intrigue and the setting for a scene in one of William Shakespeare's plays.
Anglers Country Park
12.38km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
Anglers Country Park is a perfect place to explore for nature lovers, walkers, dog walkers, cyclists, picnickers - and not forgetting those little adventurers! Once known as one of the deepest open cast coal mines in the country reaching a depth of 250 feet.
13.29km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
The site was developed as an iron age hill fort, surrounded by defensive ditches and ramparts. In the Middle Ages there was a castle on the hill, of which the well remains. The present tower was built to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee of 1897 No camping, barbeques or fires are allowed due to the damage that has been sustained to the ancient monument and vegetation.
The Hepworth Wakefield
13.33km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
The Hepworth Wakefield is a newly built art museum opened in May 2011 in Wakefield , West Yorkshire , England . The building was designed by the English architect David Chipperfield . Construction costs were approximately £ 35 million and were raised through funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund , state and municipal grants, the European Regional Development Fund and private donors.
13.85km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
The Cathedral Wakefield is the principal church of the Diocese Anglican of Wakefield, in West Yorkshire of 1888 to 2014. Built on the site of an Anglo-Saxon church, it became a cathedral in 1888 at the creation of the Diocese of Wakefield. This diocese was abolished in 2014 and united with Bradford and Ripon to form the Anglican Diocese of Leeds; hence, Wakefield Cathedral became a co-cathedral .
Elsecar Heritage Centre
14.15km from Cannon Hall Museum, Park and Gardens
Elsecar Heritage Centre is a Living History centre in Elsecar, South Yorkshire. It also comprises various shops, galleries, art studios and an exhibition hall. It runs craft workshops, special events, and a monthly antiques fair. The buildings were originally used for various industries including ironworks and forges, a distillery, and engineering workshops.
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Bark House Ln, Cawthorne, Barnsley S75 4AT, UK
Set in 70 acres of parkland, this country house museum is home to an impressive collection including ceramics, glass, furniture, and Old Master paintings. The Hall also houses the Regimental Museum of the 13th/18th Royal Hussars and the Light Dragoons.