Harrogate is a quaint town in North Yorkshire, England. Popular attractions here include the Royal Pump Room Museum, Valley Gardens, Brimham Rocks and the Turkish Baths & Health Spa.
Royal Pump Room
The Royal Pump Room is a beautiful Victorian structure built in 1842. It boasts of Europe's strongest sulphur well. In the past it served as a prominent spa.
The museum is housed in the pump room and is functioning from 1953. It depicts Harrogate's history as a spa town and is famous for its Ancient Egyptian and Ancient Greek artefacts.
Royal Pump Room Museum
The prestigious theater is over a century old and recently refurbished. It hosts music, theater, comedy and even pantomime.
The popular attraction is famous for its unusually shaped water and weather eroded rock formations. The rocks have nicknames such as the Eagle,the Sphinx and the Idol rock.
This attraction is Harrogate's most famous garden park. It boasts of colourful seasonal flower displays, a boating lake, a paddling pool and Art Deco pavilion.
It is a beautiful 58 acre garden featuring plants and flowers from all around the globe. Other attractions here include a scented garden, a kitchen garden and the Woodland Tree House.
RHS Garden Harlow Carr
The gallery houses an extensive collection of 19th and 20th century fine art. Many exhibitions are held here displaying prints, paintings and drawings.
Mercer Art Gallery
The popular museum has an extensive collection of exhibits depicting different facets of Nidderdale's history. The attraction has 11 rooms including a Victorian parlour, school room as well as a cobbler's shop.
Turkish Baths Harrogate
The iconic attraction of Harrogate provides Victorian Turkish baths surroundings as well as contemporary treatments. It boasts of an exquisitely designed steam room and world class spa with terrazzo floors.
Over a century old, this attraction is Harrogate's oldest golf course. This sports attraction features a flat terrain as well as a clubhouse with world-class facilities.