The Best Landmark in Wakefield

Handpicked Top 3 Landmarks in Wakefield, UK. Our 50-Point Inspection includes everything from checking reviews, ratings, reputation, history, complaints, satisfaction, trust and cost to the general excellence. You deserve only the best!


Manygates Lane, Sandal, Wakefield WF2 7DS

Since 1107

Landmark, Architecture Structure, Heritage Site, Monument, Historic Building, Archaeological Site, Castle, Ground, Visitors Centre, School Visits, Group Visits & Shops

Free Admission to the grounds and Visitors Center - It was probably first built in the early 12th century - The motte was raised to 10 metres (33 ft) with the 7 metres (23 ft) deep moat surrounding it - It is a Grade II listed building

Open 24 Hours

Always go here for a short walk and as a kid loved running up and down the hills, also if you prefer a longer walk you can go through the hedges at the back and walk down to Pugneys lake which is gorgeous and has a cafe and playground as well as sporting activities. Both perfect for dogs and a picnic and I even watched the fireworks from sandal castle on new years! Was beautiful and quite and could see fireworks over all of wakefield.

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New Road, West Yorkshire, Wakefield WF4 2JR

Since 1635

Landmarks, House, Architectural Buildings, Historical Places, Events, Conference, Function Venue, Billiard Room, Music Room, Dining Room, Programs, Landscape Park & Garden

It is a Grade II listed building - The new Woolley Hall consisted of an 'H'-shaped building of moderate size - The western wing was built in the mid-eighteenth century - The house is constructed of hammer-dressed sandstone, with a slate roof

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I booked for a festive afternoon tea as a treat for our daughter's birthday-as she married at Woolley Hall 9 years ago. It's still as good! We were taken to the library where a log fire burnt and carols played in the background. A very friendly lady served beautiful fresh sandwiches, homemade scones and mince pies as well as scrummy Yule log! Faultless! It's just sad that the hall will close in a month's time. I hope it will find a new and caring owner.

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Doncaster Road, Nostell, West Yorkshire, Wakefield WF4 1QE

Since 1733

Landmarks, Architectural House, Garden, Historic Place, Parks, Room Guides, House Tour, Courtyard Cafe, Programs, Events & Shops

It is a Palladian house - The house was built by James Paine for Sir Rowland Winn 4th Bart on the site of a 12th-century priory dedicated to Saint Oswald - It is home to a large collection of Chippendale furniture all made for the house

Wed - Sun 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Mon & Tue Closed

This is a really stunning building in acres of beautiful parkland and you can easily spend a good few hours here. The house is lovely and very well kept/restored and the staff are very knowledgable and enthusiastic about the house and the history. In some of the rooms you feel as though you could almost have been taken back in time to the houses heyday. The grounds are lovely to walk around and there's alsorts to see from the walled gardens, woodland, little children's adventure playground.

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