Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme
Eureka: Children Museum, Britain's first and only interactive museum designed especially for children between 3 and 12 years opens up an exciting world of hands-on exploration, where hundreds of larger than life exhibits let you use your senses and imagination to discover so much more about yourself and the world around.
Jorvik Viking Centre: The Jorvik Viking Centre in York, England, has now been open over 15 years and seen 11 million visitors travel back in time to the Viking Age.
Bronte Country: Brontė Country is an area of outstanding natural beauty with a diversity of landscape ranging from serene to the wild and dramatic; offering the moody solitude of the moorland hills and Pennines with the rural softness of the Yorkshire Dales.
National Coal Mining Museum: Come rain or shine there's just so much to see and do. Why not experience the thrill of a real underground tour or just sit back and relax in our licensed cafe?
Yorkshire County Cricket Club: Yorkshire County Cricket Club
Royal Armouries: The Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds was opened in 1996 as the new home for the national collection of arms and armour. Each of five themed galleries covering War, Tournament, Self-Defence, Hunting and the arms and armour of the Orient offers something to captivate every visitor - Henry VIII's tournament armour for instance, the replica Edwardian Gun Room, or a chance to shoot a crossbow. There is an exciting combination of spectacular displays, dramatic interpretations, live action events, interactive technology and thrilling exhibitions.
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