West Yorkshire Visitor Attractions

Along with the attractions listed on this page you may also find places of interest on the West Yorkshire Heritage and Nature pages. We suggest that you also visit the pages for the neighbouring counties to see what else there is in the area.

We support ‘Accessible Countryside for Everyone’ in providing a brief guide as to the access / facilities for the sites listed, where we have them.


East Riddlesden Hall  - 17th century, manor house and garden - Bradford Road, Keighley - Partly accessible grounds, loose gravel paths, slight incline to house, adapted toilet in main parking block, baby-changing facilities


Eureka - The national children's museum, "hundreds of interactive, hands-on exhibits designed to inspire children aged 0 to 11 to learn about themselves and the world around them through play and discovery" - Halifax - wheelchair access with extra wide lift allowing easy access to the upper floor, good disabled facilities, including a Changing Places toilet changing-places-icon and atandard accessible toilets


Harewood House  - Harewood, Leeds - "We regret that the wheelchair lift cannot take electric wheelchairs for health and safety reasons and as a result, we cannot accommodate electric wheelchairs in the State Rooms", "The Below Stairs area is fully wheelchair accessible with the use of ramps and a wheelchair lift."


The Hepworth Wakefield - Wakefield’s art collection, exhibitions by contemporary artists and rarely seen works by Barbara Hepworth, Café Bar, Shop - fully accessible to wheelchair users, scooters and pushchairs and has ramp access to all areas, disabled toilet, lift to the upstairs galleries and now has a Changing Places toilet changing-places-icon


Keighley & Worth Valley Railway - Steam and Diesel trains running between Keighley and Oxenhope, 'Railway Children' Film location - Stations are wheelchair accessible (excpt Damems) adapted carriage on trains - please see the website


Keighley Bus Museum - a collection of 60 vehicles, buses, coaches, trolleybusses - we have no accessibility info for this site 


Lotherton Hall  - Edwardian house and country estate, bird garden, gardens, exhibitions, stables, woodland walks, playgrounds - Aberford - disabled access & facilities inc baby changing, chair lift, some access restricitons to parts of house, majority of the grounds, gardens and bird garden are fully accessible please see the website


Nostell Priory and Parkland  - 18th-century masterpiece, on the site of a medieval priory, Nostell has been the home of the Winn family for 300 years, 300 acres of parkland, house, collection of Chippendale furniture, paintings by Brueghel, Hogarth and Kauffmann, restored Butler's Pantry, gardens - Doncaster Road, Nostell, nr Wakefield - Adapted toilets, Grounds - partly accessible. Map of accessible route, Lift is small and wheelchair users/electric PMV users may have to transfer to one of our smaller units to see the state rooms, 2 single-seater Mobility PMV's for hire tree-lined walks,


Royal Armouries - arms, armour, tournaments, 8,500 objects on display throughout five galleries, events, bistro, shop - Clarence Dock, Leeds - full disabled access & facilities, baby-changing - please see the website 


Saltaire Brewery and Visitor Centre - Shipley - micro brewery, exhibitions, bar -


Salts Mill - opened in 1853 (then the largest factory in the world), David Hockney exhibition, 1853 gallery, gallery 2, Saltaire history exhibition, shopping, dining, - Saltaire - Disabled access and facilities, level access to all public areas and the lift is through the tunnel opposite these parking spaces


Temple Newsam Estate  - Leeds - Tudor-Jacobean mansion has over forty restored rooms and collections  - Visitor centre, Walks and trails, Adventure playground, Golf course, Shop - there is an accessible entrance on the south side of the House, a large proportion of the House is fully accessible, all of the grounds, gardens and walled gardens are fully accessible, Accessible toilets are available in the House, the Stables Courtyard and in a fully accessible Changing Places facility next to the accessible playground


The Tetley - contemporary art in the art deco headquarters of the former Tetley Brewery, gallery, exhibitions, events bar & kitchen - accessible toilets, hearing loop, wheelchair accessible lift to all public floors, parent & child room on the ground floor


Yorkshire Sculpture Park - 4 indoor galleries, 500 acres of parkland, international centre for modern and contemporary art, open-air displays by some of the world’s finest artists  - Wakefield - disabled access & facilities inc baby changing & a Changing Places toilet changing-places-icon please see the website



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