Harrogate Town in North Yorkshire is famous for their amazing shopping experience. A town full of designer clothes and independent shops, it also attracts antique collectors, with over twenty dealers in the town.
There are plenty of shops through the high street and in the Victorian shopping centre.
For attraction lovers, you can visit the Royal Pump Museum and discover the history of the building. It now features Egyptology and a mummy case.
There is also the Turkish Baths and Health Spa which opened in 1897 and it still open today.
For food lovers, Harrogate has some of the most amazing café and restaurants including the famous Bettys tea rooms.
Only five minutes out of the busy town centre, there is the picturesque Valley Gardens. It has 17 acres and has a children’s boating pool, weekend band concerts, a skatepark, padding pool and orienteering.
If you want to stay in Harrogate, there are plenty of hotels and bed and breakfasts around the town, and there are lots of camping pitches just outside.
Harrogate & District are great places to visit and not far from the town you can visit Knaresborough, Boroughbridge, Pateley Bridge, Ripon and Masham.
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