Hidden Yorkshire - explore our county’s secret treasures

Welcome to a great new day out feature, spotlighting the ‘hidden’ gems of Yorkshire. Each week we will spotlight a less well-known location over the summer - and you can suggest your ideas too.

By The Newsroom
Thursday, 7th August 2014, 11:30 am
Yorkshire is crammed with hidden gems
Yorkshire is crammed with hidden gems

Tweet your suggestions and pictures of yourself and family or friends at any of the places to #hiddenyorkshire or email [email protected]

Click the links to see the places we’ve covered so far...

Yorkshire is crammed with hidden gems

• The mini-minster of St Gregory and the Hyena Caves

• Shibden Hall

• Coldstones Cut

• Fewston Reservoir

• The monolith of the East Riding

• Brockadale Nature Reserve

• Ponderosa, Heckmondwike

• Aldborough Roman Site

• Oakwell Hall and country park, Birstall, Batley

• Bronze age rock art near Robin Hood’s Bay

• Thruscross Reservoir and Washburn Valley

• The tropics... at Roundhay Park

• Scarborough church that became pre-Raphaelite gem

• Bankfield Museum, Halifax

• Druid’s Temple, Ilton, Masham, North Yorkshire

• The Hollies, Meanwood, Leeds (Click the screen above to watch video)