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Shibden Park, Halifax
(4.5/5 based on 95+ reviews on the web)
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  • The café food was apalling, my boyfriend got a jacket potatoe which looked like has-been sat there for 2 days, he's been poorly since, my daughter got some chips and half of them were little scraps, m...  more »
  • Good clean park . Plenty of benches,, good cafe, enclosed kids play area. Ample car parking,on bus route from Halifax town centre 
  • I love going here for a nice slow walk or a geocache. Beautiful grounds to walk round and the paths are great if your child has a scooter, bike or if you're pushing a pram. The lake at the bottom is a...  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.