Looking for awe inspiring views, unspoilt countryside or maybe even the best place for a tipple? Here are the highest rated places to visit based on traveller reviews.
'The home of Slingsby Gin' offers experiences and tasting sessions which has earned the highest rated spot to visit in the district Credit Google Maps
A working family farm offering Llama Trekking in the beautiful setting of the Dales which has proven a popular birthday treat for many reviewers.
The English Heritage Grade II Listed Garden received more than 1,500 'excellent ratings' from visitors who hailed the district's treasured park.
'The little museum with lots to see' is run entirely by volunteers and offers a large collection of exhibits, illustrating life and work in Nidderdale through the ages
Sculpted over centuries by ice, wind and rain, Brimham Rocks makes a great day out for families, climbers, walkers enjoying the fresh air and magnificent views
The grade II listed performance hall and theatre took sixth place, with tours and performances at the beautifully restored Edwardian building garnering over 230 'excellent ratings' from visitors. Credit Google Maps
The awe inspiring sight of Ripon Cathedral, along with recent poppy displays to mark the First World War Centenary, has seen the ancient church ranked at number seven.
A visit to the tranquil surroundings of the 58 acre garden of RHS Harlow Carr, with time to stop off at its branch of Bettys proved popular with reviewers
The chance 'for unspoilt and quiet countryside walks' at Fewston Reservoir has seen visitors rank the spot at number nine.
Based at Hornbeam Park the centre has cemented itself as a favourite for many since it first opened its doors in 2010, offering activities for all abilities and ages