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Eight of Yorkshire's best attractions to enjoy this summer

From stately homes and gardens to museums and galleries, and the quirky places you don’t want to miss, this is a snapshot of our guide to a hundred of Yorkshire’s top attractions.

The Yorkshire Post's 100 Yorkshire Attractions is a 68-page guide to great days out in Yorkshire and costs £1.99. It is available in selected newsagents or to order by post (£1.99 plus p&p) on 0330 403 0066.

Situated in the Unesco World Heritage Site of Saltaire, the gallery is named after the year Salts Mill opened and is dedicated to the man described as Yorkshires greatest living artist  David Hockney.

1. 1853 Gallery

Situated in the Unesco World Heritage Site of Saltaire, the gallery is named after the year Salts Mill opened and is dedicated to the man described as Yorkshires greatest living artist David Hockney.
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Set in the buildings and grounds of the original Second World War prisoner of war camp outside Malton, this award-winning museum is the place to experience the sights, sounds and smells of life on the Home Front and front line.

2. Eden Camp Modern History

Set in the buildings and grounds of the original Second World War prisoner of war camp outside Malton, this award-winning museum is the place to experience the sights, sounds and smells of life on the Home Front and front line.
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One of the seven wonders of the waterways and Britains longest, deepest and highest canal tunnel. Hidden deep beneath the beautiful Pennine countryside and 200-years-old it is just waiting to be discovered.

3. Standedge Tunnel

One of the seven wonders of the waterways and Britains longest, deepest and highest canal tunnel. Hidden deep beneath the beautiful Pennine countryside and 200-years-old it is just waiting to be discovered.
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The home of Anne Lister, immortalised by Suranne Jones in the Sally Wainwright-penned drama Gentleman Jack, Shibden is a lovely manor house standing in the Shibden Valley, just outside Halifax town centre.

4. Shibden Hall

The home of Anne Lister, immortalised by Suranne Jones in the Sally Wainwright-penned drama Gentleman Jack, Shibden is a lovely manor house standing in the Shibden Valley, just outside Halifax town centre.
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