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St Anne's Cathedral
St Anne's Cathedral is a Roman Catholic Cathedral and the seat of the Bishop of Leeds. The current Cathedral dates from 1904 and is a Grade 2 listed building. The focal point of this Cathedral is the sanctuary, which features a free-standing high altar that is constructed from Italian marble. The altarpiece in the Lady Chapel was originally installed in the old Cathedral that stood on the same site and dates from 1842. The Cathedral is free to visit and is open daily from 7.15am until 6.15pm
Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal Watergarden
Fountains Abbey is a former Cistercian Monastery that was founded in the year 1132. It is one of the best preserved examples of its kind in the UK. The site, along with the adjacent Studley Royal Water Garden is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Monastery is also a Grade 1 listed building. The admission prices are: Adults - £7.50 (11.25 Euros) Child - £4.00 (6 Euros) Family - £20.00 (30 Euros) National Trust and English Heritage members and children under 5 free The opening times are: November - February 10am - 4pm March - October 10am - 5pm
Valley Gardens is an English Heritage Grade II listed park in the centre of Harrogate which represents a typical example of a Victorian era community park. It contains playing areas and tennis courts, pitch and putt and crazy golf, bowls, boating ponds, bandstands, formal and less formal gardens and plenty of places to take a promenade. The gardens are remarkable in containing more natural mineral springs than any other park. During the summer, free band concerts take place in the park with a particular emphasis on brass band music. Entry is free to all and the park is open 24 hours a day.
There has been a church on the cathedral site since the 8th century; but it wasn't until 1836 that the building as we see it today became a cathedral. The cathedral is open daily to the public and a donation of £3 is suggested. There is a gift shop and a museum. If you wish to take photographs or film inside then you do need to purchase a permit for a small fee.
Bettys Café Tea Rooms
Betty's cafe and tea rooms were founded in 1919 and have become a local landmark. Betty's was founded by Frederic Belmont who, in the aftermath of the Great War, wanted to create a welcoming cafe where visitors could choose from cakes and pastries both traditional and continental in origin. Betty's of Harrogate has since given birth to another 5 Betty's cafes in region but the Harrogate branch remains the most famous. Betty's is recognisable for its black wrought iron decoration, its liveried waitresses and its service that's based in an earlier era. Betty's is open from 9 am to 9 pm daily with entertainment from a live pianist every evening from 6 pm
Mother Shipton's Cave
Mother Shipton was a prophetess born some 500 years ago. Mother Shipton's Cave is a tourist attraction built around the cave she was born in. The attraction include The Petrifying Well (which has been attracting visitors since 1630), The Old Wishing Well of Good Fortune, a Museum of figures and models, a mile long, riverside park with picnic areas, a woodland walk , tea rooms and gift shop, an adventure playground and Trail Quiz. The attraction is open from March to October, 10.00am-5.30pm daily. Entry fees are: Adult £5.50 Senior Citizens £4.50 Children (under 4's free) £3.75 Family £15.95 (2 adults and two children or one adult and three children. additional children £2.00 each) All day parking is included in the admittance fee and you can leave the park to visit the rest of Knaresborough and go back in on the same ticket.