Nunnington Hall is hosting Christmases of the past with a yuletide season that will take people on a journey through the ages. From the front door to different rooms, visitors step into the opulence of the Georgian era, the splendour of the Victorian golden age, see a Tudor feast fit for a king.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park (YSP) in West Bretton has launched a new interactive light and sound artwork to brighten up this winter. Light Organ has been installed in YSP’s Chapel and will be open until Sunday 21 January 2024, as part of the Wakefield’s Light Up 2023 programme.
Book tickets to The Christmas Experience at Lotherton 2023 (25th November until 7th January) to see Santa in the North Pole and explore the enchanting Christmas Traditions Woodland Walk in the grounds. Visit https://thechristmasexperience.co.uk/
An abandoned theatre awaits those brave enough to step inside Ormesby Hall this Halloween, as it’s transformed for the autumn half term. From Saturday 28 October until Sunday 5 November, the site will be spookily decorated throughout. From skeletons to creepy crawlies, there is plenty for all the family to enjoy.
The Crowes Wood Halloween Trail at Kiplin Hall and Gardens is a family favourite for October half term, exploring a different theme each year. Last year visitors reminisced over nursery rhymes and riddles. This year the twist in the trail highlights Yorkshire’s spooky past, both real and imagined.
Father Christmas returns to Bolton Abbey this winter. Step into his twinkling Christmas Village, tucked away in the middle of Strid Wood. Become acquainted with the cheeky elves and let them take you on a special journey to meet the Great man himself.