This post is part of our FREE Family Days out in Yorkshire series
Yorkshire Sculpture Park is just off J38 of the M1 north of Sheffield, and it is HUGE. It is the very extensive grounds of Bretton Hall, and it has been turned into a home for works of art from a wide range of sculptors, including Henry Moore, and Antony Gormley.
Father’s Day is coming this Sunday, the 15th June.
The weather looks like it’s going to be cloudy or sunny, depending where you live, and hopefully not a lot of rain. It’ll be a good day to get out and about with Dad as a special family treat. Continue reading
A sponsored post brought to you in association with Center Parcs
We’ve haven’t yet been to Center Parcs. We’ll get there eventually no doubt in our mission to try out every attraction and holiday park in the UK. It does look awesome.
How to introduce Stonehenge? Surely. there is no-one alive who couldn’t recognise Stonehenge on a picture?
Stonehenge is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a mystery, and a wonder. It has been attracting visitors since it was built hundreds of years ago. Although archeologists and other people whose job I can’t spell are able to have a good idea of when and how Stonehenge was built, we really still don’t know why.