Still looking for something special for Dad?
Mumbler has put together a round-up of the best gift ideas and local events and activities for Father’s Day this weekend.
Embsay & Bolton Abbey Railway
Why not start the day right and treat Dad to a cooked breakfast on board one of the Embsay Railway trains. Special cab rides are also available – but booking up fast! Visit their website to book a place now.
Brewtown Tours offer beer lovers the chance to visit some of the best breweries in the county. Tours are all inclusive, with Mark from Brewtown doing the driving, taking you to breweries in either York or Leeds where you can meet the brewers, learn more about the process of brewing and, of course, sample the goods! Click here for our full review of the tour and for the link to book tickets.
How Stean Gorge
How Stean Gorge are hosting a Father’s Day event with activities including gorge walking, bridge abseil and lunch with the family who are encouraged to watch Dad complete the adventurous activities. Two activity sessions will be running: 10am – 12.30pm or 2 – 4.30pm.
Does Dad like a slower pace of life? Visit Thorp Perrow this Father’s Day and Dad gets a free slice of cake and a cuppa (with entry ticket) at their cafe. The perfect end to a stroll around their grounds with the kids.
For that extra special, homemade gift why not join the Creation Station craft session on 15th June at The Art Lab in Ripon to make Dad something to treasure. To find out more about what’s available to make for Dad click here.
Camp Hill Estate
With the Woodland Kingdom play area, Swing Park and Woodland Trail for the kids and the extensive number of daredevil activities for Dad this place has it all. Activities include quad bikes, high wire course and segways. For more information on how to book click here.
NiddFest is Yorkshire’s quirkiest family festival that celebrates nature and invites children and families into the great outdoors. There’s something for the whole family, offering a weekend of talks, music and outside events for nature lovers of all ages. Read more about what’s on offer for families here.
If you want to take Dad out for lunch on Father’s Day there are lots of local pubs that made the Welcome to Yorkshire Ale Trail some of those included are The Bull Inn in West Tanfield, The Royal Oak in Ripon, Hare & Hounds in Burton Leonard and The Buck Inn in Thornton Watlass.
Local Walks And Days Out
If you’re looking for a day out not mentioned here then visit our Days Out page for some inspiration. We have details on family-friendly walks, museums, parks, large attractions and more.