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All reviews national trust car park amazing rock formations nt members parking fee rock climbing kids will love natural beauty fascinating place all ages great for kids fountains abbey well worth a visit few hours ice cream great place to visit large area
This is a perfect place to walk the dog, let the children run around and burn off energy and explore the woodland area, nature and climb! If any kids love climbing, this place they will love!!! We spent hours here. Great views too! Just pack...More
Last time I came here was 60 years ago on my first school trip. I vaguely remembered it what a great place for families to visit, children will love it lots of climbing and lovely walks with spectacular scenery.
Word of caution, make sure you arrive with plenty of change for parking. It is quite expensive but well worth it for the maintenance of such a beautiful place.
You can explore as much as you like and stick to the paths for an easier...More
As the name suggests the rocks have been shaped by millions of years of natural forces (other explanations are available). Great place to experience the outdoors for a walk in fresh air admiring the shapes and rocks and views, scrambling or climbing or watching the...More
Spent a morning here on a chilly, bright autumn day during half-term. Activities had been organised for younger visitors but we enjoyed walking and scrambling around this beautiful and fascinating landscape. Amazing views. Kiosk for refreshments and shop.
This was my third visit to Brimham Rocks, and every visit is like it's the first! The car park is large, and the paths through the site are good (though you can wander off the paths anywhere you like). You get some stunning views out...More
If you like exploring the outdoors and panoramic views this is the place for you! Our two ten year olds loved climbing the rocks and finding ways through the rock corridors. You can take a picnic and make a day of it.