1. Royal Horticultural Society: Harlow Carr Garden Ticket
Enter a world of flowers, forests, and gardens as you spend the day admiring the natural beauty of Yorkshire. See the Sub-Tropicana Garden, where palm trees grow. Walk along Queen Mother's Lake as you are surrounded by redwood trees. Visit Yorkshire and enjoy this public garden run by the Royal Horticultural Society. Ramble around the Edwardian Garden to see the rectangular pond and dwarf evergreens. Transport yourself to a tropical paradise in the Sub-Tropicana Garden and go to the heated glasshouse. Smell the beautiful roses and other fragrant flowers in the Scented Garden. Continue to the Sandstone Rock Garden, built in the 1950s from local stone. Appreciate the Heather Beds, home to 20 different cultivars of heather. Relax in the tranquil environment by Queen Mother's Lake. Connect with nature in the Arboretum, a calm area of the garden away from the crowds where you can see the bamboo glade. Pause for reflection in William's Dell, named after Sir William Milner or watch the birds in the Bird Hide.