Standedge Tunnel, in the heart of the Pennine countryside, is the longest canal tunnel in Britain.
Re-opened in 2001 after a 20 year restoration programme, the Standedge Tunnel & Visitor Centre sits on the banks of the historic Huddersfield Narrow Canal, a waterway of startling contrasts from tranquil countryside to dramatic mills.
As one of the Seven Wonders of the Waterways, you can now explore deep into this marvellous Yorkshire attraction on a 30 minute or 50 minute guided boat trip which provide an insight into its 200 year old history.
To top off your trip, stop for a bite to eat in the newly refurbished Watersedge cafe, and visit the exhibition centre which tells the history of this fascinating waterway.
Discover one of the most exciting wildlife parks in Yorkshire - an indoor rainforest paradise with birds and butterflies, creepy crawlies and reptiles, cheeky Meerkats and minibeasts from around the world.
Location: Sheffield, South Yorkshire
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