The Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft
Trolleybus Museum at Sandtoft has over 60 historic trolleybuses in its collection. Many are in working order and on open days visitors can ride on them.
Most of our trolleybuses come from towns and cities around Britain, and we show some of the social histories of their heyday - the 1940's through to 1960's. We also have a few important examples from around Europe, Canada and New Zealand.
Epworth The Old Rectory
Epworth Old Rectory is open from March to October. All are welcome to visit and explore this wonderful house and its gardens. Our volunteers will provide you with a warm welcome, come rain or shine. Explore the house with one of our knowledgeable tour guides, learning about the life of the Wesley family when they lived here in the 18th century. You can explore the gardens, including our Physic Garden, based on John Wesley’s book of home remedies, Primitive Physic. You can also visit our shop with its wide range of Methodist books and souvenirs.
Yorkshire Wildlife Park
Your WILD adventure begins here!
The team at Yorkshire Wildlife Park are happy to announce that the park has reopened its gates once again. To book tickets click here
With nearly 400 animals and 70 different species of animal, Yorkshire Wildlife Park is a fantastic place to experience a truly breath taking walk-through wildlife adventure. Most of the animals at the park are either endangered or threatened, Yorkshire Wildlife Park work closely with charities to help the conservation of endangered species in the wild and captivity.
The green heart of Doncaster
Potteric Carr is a wild oasis just waiting to be explored. Now nestling between motorway and railway, it's a remnant of the vast fenland that once stretched all the way across the Humber basin to the coast. Around each corner you'll discover a true mosaic of habitats, from reedbeds swaying gently under big open skies to winding woodland trails and networks of ponds teeming with life.
During summer, the meadows are full of butterflies and abuzz with insects, while winter brings the magic of thousands of starlings creating incredible aerial displays. Listen carefully and you might even hear the booming of the elusive bittern...
Start your day at the visitor centre - the perfect place to pause for a hot drink and browse the gift shop. From birdwatching to forest tots, discover amazing wildlife experiences at Potteric Carr.
Haxey-Westwoodside-Burnham-East Lound-Graizelound Walks for all seasons
1. The overall aim of Haxey Walkers will be to promote Haxey Parish for the purpose of recreational walking for the benefit of local residents, visitors and the tourism economy of the Isle of Axholme
2. Haxey Walkers will only take responsibility for monitoring rights of way within the Haxey Parish boundary.
3. Haxey Walkers will work to improve access for all for the purpose of the enjoyment of our local countryside and facilities.
4. We will seek to promote the maintenance and improvement of facilities for walkers through Haxey Parish Council, North Lincolnshire County Council or other agencies as appropriate.
5. We will publicise the local Haxey walks and those in our wider region together with local facilities for walkers.
6. We will engage with the community, businesses, relevant groups and local authorities to support these aims.
Go Ape @ Normanby hall
A stately backdrop to your Go Ape experience at Normanby Hall. One of our newer locations, this Treetop Challenge and Treetop Adventure course offer something a little different. No two crossings are the same - so you’re going to have to work harder as you navigate each crossing which will push you in different ways. The Challenge course will test you with free falling Tarzan Swings, speedy zip wires and the ever-tricky stirrups. We’ve gone big and bold on the Adventure course too - you’ll find this one higher than our other locations!