inspired by candy minxs latest post, i thought i would start an occasional series of review type thingies of places on my doorstep that you ought to visit.
the first of these is YORKSHIRE SCULTURE PARK.
home of a permanent henry moore exhibition, it also houses temporary exhibitions in its underground gallery. as far as i am aware, there is no fee to visit. there definately isn’t for the sculpture park, except for the parking.
enough of the chat, more moore!
by road Less than 1 mile from M1 exit 38. Follow brown heritage road signs to YSP – turn off at the first roundabout on the A637. Car park £3 per day. Free to blue badge holders.
by train Wakefield Westgate is the nearest main line station. London King’s Cross to Wakefield ? around 2 hours.
by bus West Yorkshire – call 0113 245 7676 South Yorkshire – call 01709 515151
i have just rung and it is all free, but they ask for a donation. which is fine by me. see. see the lengths i go to just to make your lives easier?