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From its West Front, built in the 1220s, to the East Front constructed during the 16th century, it’s a mismatch of Anglo-Saxon and Gothic styles which make it a unique attraction.
You can explore within, taking in the stunning stained glass windows and impressive architecture – look out for free concerts or attend one of the regular services too.
You’ll also find a number of restaurants, cafes and shops selling everything from antiques to bicycles, although you’ll have to put your hand in your pocket to enjoy them.
You can enjoy many of Yorkshire’s natural attractions for free, but few are as impressive as Brimham Rocks up on the Yorkshire Dales.
As galleries go, you’ll find few that look as impressive as The Hepworth in Wakefield and if you can’t take our word for it, it was named Museum of the Year for 2017.
Its stunning design is courtesy of the renowned David Chipperfield, who masterminded the largest purpose-built gallery outside of London.
One of the most stunning natural attractions in the whole of Yorkshire, Malham Cove is an absolute must-visit.
There are loads of free things to do in Yorkshire, so whether you’re feeling the pinch or saving your pennies, you can still explore God’s Own Country…
It’s no secret that there are loads of free things to do in Leeds, but why stop there?
Formed by a waterfall at the end of the last Ice Age around 12,000 years ago, it has a unique limestone pavement on top, while the huge face is regularly used by climbers.
For the first time in centuries it briefly became the biggest single drop waterfall in the UK in 2015, but visit on a sunny day and you’ll see it at its age-old best.