Visit Aysgarth Upper Falls and find one of the best views you will ever see. You can walk around in the woods and play until you reach the falls. Back in the 90s, the falls was even used as a setting for one of the Robin Hood movies. Aside from the Upper Falls, you can also visit the Lower and Middle Falls and watch as the river drops and crashes onto huge rocks. Aysgarth has actually been voted as a natural wonder and you won’t be surprised about the award when you see the view. You can check out the gift shop and the museum or hang out at the café located at the mill buildings near the Upper Falls.
Able to attract both the young and old, the Forbidden Centre stands in the gardens of Tupgill Park. It has labyrinths, passageways, follies, secret doors. It has everything that you could ever want in something that’s called “forbidden”. There are also chambers found underground and tunnels that end up in small doorways that seem to be for dwarves. It offers a fantasy world in real life that is fun for all ages, as long as you can handle crawling through the doorways made for dwarves.
White Scar Cave
The White Scar cave offers a walk that takes about 80 minutes. You will basically be walking through the national park, but you’ll be underground. There are guided tours offered where you will be able to see vast caverns and beautiful rock structures. The cave itself is four miles long and is the longest accessible cave at the park. You’ll be able to admire stone statues, all naturally formed, and waterfalls underground. Be sure to wear the appropriate shoes and clothes because this is basically going to be like hiking, only underground. Metals sheeting covers the cave floors, so your footwear should be appropriate.