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Thorp Perrow

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A place well woth a visit for the family and folks of all ages.

A place which is very worth a visit. A very carefully planned Halloween Route through an arboretum... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
jamessadler01
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Richmond, United Kingdom
Autumnal walks, birds and animals

Had a lovely few hours strolling around this impressive arboretum. Stunning autumnal colours! Staff... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Fatalistx
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Huddersfield, United Kingdom
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All reviews birds of prey bird display autumn colours trees and plants falconry centre tea room animal area small animals play area adventure playground lovely place to visit plenty of seats well worth a visit lovely grounds all ages cakes lovely cafe
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Reviewed 6 days ago

A place which is very worth a visit. A very carefully planned Halloween Route through an arboretum which was rich with autumn colour was excellent. The Falconry display is really good with staff who are clearly knowledgeable and caring about their birds. Have been in...More

Thank jamessadler01
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Had a lovely few hours strolling around this impressive arboretum. Stunning autumnal colours! Staff were all very friendly, cheerful and informative. We started off at the falconry centre which was the most impressive collection of birds of prey I have ever seen. Well kept enclosures...More

Thank Fatalistx
Reviewed 1 week ago

Good disabled parking.... there is a cafe ... but bring a picnic to take in and enjoy the scenery.... and simply chill-out. Beautifully kept .... good in all seasons.

Thank Babyb00mer1
Reviewed 1 week ago

Visited on 31.10.2018 which was an extremely busy day. The Hallowe'en trail was a great hit with children and adults alike and accessible to buggies/wheelchairs etc.. The autumn colours were spectacular and we saw many keen photographers. The animals were a nice addition. Tea room...More

Thank gabriella1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Visited here on Monday in half term to do the Halloween trail. It is always a very good trail but very much the same, even the same route as every other year. The grounds are lovely and the autumn colours worth a visit. We were...More

Thank YorkPinky125
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I went for a walk round the arboretum, and Halloween trail , that was fun . The birds of prey area and animal area isn’t the best , it’s a little grotty, and not very inspiring . Think your better sticking with the trees. Ok...More

1  Thank gothicwax
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Awash with children, as it's half term, the cafe staff remained cool, calm and friendly. Plenty of space for everyone to enjoy the walks through the trees, lots of different paths to follow, lots of colour to enjoy this autumn time. No children with us...More

Thank rosehilda2016
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Visited here on a warm, sunny October day. It was really busy with a queue to get in but it’s such a big site you didn’t really notice. The leaves were all changing colours and it was a glorious site. The grounds are amazing and...More

Thank T2142BAgaryb
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Spent a lovely day here yesterday in the sunshine amongst the beautiful autumn colours. Arrived quite early but still a full car park. Wandered round in so much space and thoroughly enjoyed Halloween trail. Lovely lunch in cafe, able to sit outside. Friendly staff worked...More

Thank Sheila A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Spent a glorious day here.. brilliant sunshine & bright blue skies.. the trees managed to hold on to their beauty despite the pounding of storm Callum ! Tremendous effort by the grounds staff in maintaining this estate. The spooky spooks are everywhere.. biggest laugh is...More

Thank Cath J
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carolesamberry
15 July 2018|
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Response from Debra S | Reviewed this property |
I pushed a buggy around very easily should be fine for wheelchairs, I believe they have electric vehicals you can hire if capable, dogs on lead welcome
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markbreislin
16 April 2018|
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Response from bramblesici | Reviewed this property |
My best guess would be somewhere between full bloom and starting to wane .... based on others locally
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26 September 2017|
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Response from herinspalding | Reviewed this property |
i personally would pay at the door as it could be raining if your ticket is dated and its not really a place to walk round in the rain.
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