It’s half term this week, and if you’re anything like me you’ll be looking for free things to do with the small people due to lack of cash.
With this in mind, I thought I’d put together a list of places that’s free to get into. (Love those types of places!) Take some sandwiches and drinks with you and it’s even cheaper as you don’t have to pay expensive cafe prices.
Home to the UK’s National Museum of Arms and Armour. Go along and see items such as weapons, and suits of armour from different periods in history.
Learn all about the history of TV and all media such as the internet. Get behind a television camera and ‘film’ your own scenes.
Great for any train enthusiasts!
Great if you’ve got climbers! Beautiful setting, with natural rocks jutting out in a picturesque setting.
Thornes Park, Wakefield.
A lovely park, with not only a park, but a great walk through some trees.
As you can see, there’s some brilliant branches for climbing!
If you like cycling (and what better time to do it when Yorkshire’s about to cheer on the Tour De France?!) try this fantastic route. Not just any boring old cycle path, oh no.
Here, you can cycle the solar system and see all the different planets on your way.
The route makes its way between the village of Riccall between Selby and York and ends up in York itself.
Whatever you decide to do this half term, there’s bound to be something that takes your fancy.