Georgian mansion in 300 acres of landscaped gardens and parkland. Outside, families can picnic on lawns and try out free sports equipment on Thursdays and Fridays.Or explore shady paths and woodland trails on foot or by bike. Jump, swing and slide in the popular adventure play area that includes 30 metre-long zip wire.Every Wednesday Wakefield District Cycle Forum provides help on all things bike-related.

IN PICTURES: Five best National Trust Yorkshire family-friendly sites

Great value family fun to be had this summer at National Trust houses and breath-taking landscapes across Yorkshire, here's five of the best.

Across God's Own County, the charity that helps protect and care for abbeys, stately homes, coast and countryside sites as well as parts of North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales National Park.

By becoming a member, after a few visits people will have covered cost of membership. Benefits include free parking at their car parks and entry to their properties is free. There’s no charge for under-fives and families with under-18s can make unlimited visits from £6.95 a month. For bookings and plus cafés details visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lists/school-holidays-in-yorkshire site.

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