Father Christmas is Coming!

Meet Father Christmas at The Forbidden Corner, Tupgill Park Estate near Middleham.

Father Christmas is Coming to The Forbidden Corner

In a four acre walled garden, lose yourself in the underground labyrinth of chambers and passages which are the grotto. Discover intrigue and humour throughout the wood where follies abound. Come and meet Father Christmas on 2nd, 9th, 16th and 23rd of December.

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Top 10 Family Days Out In Yorkshire Dales

The Travel section of The Guardian has recently released a list of the 10 best family days out in and round the Yorkshire Dales as part of their ‘A holiday guide to North Yorkshire’.

The Guardian

We are extremely happy to see that The Forbidden Corner was included in the list that is currently being shown on The Guardian’s website. The other top ten attractions feature tree high adventures, car exploration and open farms. It is always good to see our unique gardens feature in a list such as this as it means that The Forbidden Corner is still entertaining families that visit the Yorkshire Dales.

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2011 Halloween Fancy Dress Competition Results

2011 Halloween Fancy Dress

Many thanks to all who took part in our Halloween fancy dress competition here at The Forbidden Corner. We had a great turnout of all kinds of monsters, ghosts & ghouls. The competition was judged by John Reeves & Jason Weatherill and the winner received a family ticket to The Forbidden Corner, a best costume trophy and an Forbidden Corner goodie bag. Runners up received a goodie bag and everyone else who took part got a gift too.

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Little Chef Have Voted Us Best Family Day Out!

Little Chef Best Family Day Out!

The Forbidden Corner has recently just been voted the number one family day out by members of the public for Little Chef’s travel guide, which lists Britain’s most popular destinations. The Forbidden Corner topped a list of 51 family destinations ranging from well known attractions, pipping Brighton Pier and York to the top spot, as well as other big names such as Alton Towers, London Zoo and the Eden Project.

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