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Shibden Park, Halifax

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  • We absolutely love Shibden Park, whatever the weather it's such an idyllic place to wander round. Part of the charm of the park is discovering the little paths and walks and where they lead, there are...  more »
  • Love shibden park but when we came a couple of weeks ago it was so icy the whole way round the park nothing was gritted it was so dangerous! The queue was massive in the cafe and it was so full there ...  more »
  • As with Eureka, we visit Shibden quite often, with our two grandsons , who really enjoy being able to run about and being able to run free in a safe environment with us keeping a watchful were on them...  more »
  • A mist wonderful gem of a place to take all your family great park great things to do good parking well cared for great cafe
  • Nice park with a small boating lake, miniature railway, childrens play area, some kind of crazy golf or pitch and putt (can't remember which) and a cafe. The park is mostly on a hillside so keep that in mind if you have mobility issues.
  • A lovely park with Tudor house, pond and miniature railway. Large car park, pay and display. Entrance and exit can be a little tricky.
  • I like shibden park. It's alright. It's fairly quite due to not really being within walking distance of a huge housing estate so it also feels yob free. The cafe there is decent. It lacks a certain charm that sooner or the bigger parks have in Yorkshire but it's worth spending an hour or so having a wonder, getting a drink and feeding the ducks (food can be bought cheaply from the cafe - remember, duck bread duck dead).
  • A pleasant and quiet park with a big open field to let the kids run free on, a children's playground, boating lake and a good cafe with outside seating.