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  • Thorpe Park Hotel & Spa
    1150 Century Way,
    Thorpe Park,
    West Yorkshire,
    LS15 8ZB

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Family Breaks

Family Breaks

Being a family business for over 200 years, it’s important to us that your little ones have as much fun as you do during your time with us.

Catering to guests of all ages, we aim to provide a wonderful family experience for parents and youngsters alike. There’s plenty to enjoy as a family during your time with us, bringing your group together to enjoy all that we have to offer. In the restaurant, there’s a wide variety of delicious dishes that will satisfy everyone’s taste buds, from juicy steaks and distinct special dishes for the parents to tasty burgers and sweet desserts for the kids. Our pool area gives your little ones plenty of pool space to enjoy and stretch their water wings while you sit and relax. And our tranquil lounge areas are the perfect spot for you and your troupe to sit back and enjoy your time together.

We've also put together a fantastic V I Little P extras package, giving your little ones the best experience possible. These extras aim to give kids the adult hotel treatment, including mini robes, and V I Little P menus. As well as, seasonal activity packs, bean bag cinema clubs, and events during school holidays.

All our hotels are in great locations with plenty of fun activities to try in the local area! Here are just a few things to enjoy during your stay…

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Enter a world of creativity

Enter a world of creativity

One of the best contemporary art galleries in the country with free entry, the incredible Leeds art gallery is a haven for some of the finest 20th-century art to be found anywhere. The gallery is home to a wonderful selection of temporary exhibitions, including the stunning Eileen Agar: Angel of Anarchy exhibition, a major retrospective of the artist’s work featuring over 100 paintings, collages, photographs and archive material. There’s also the entrance hall featuring important works from famed artist Lothar Gotz and sculptures by Anthony Gormley, plus the lower galleries featuring incredible pieces by famed artists like Damien Hirst and Henry Moore.

All aboard

All aboard

Perfect for train enthusiasts and anyone looking to take a railway thrill ride, Whistlestop Valley is a wonderful location that provides a wonderful blend of incredible views, fun activities and train-themed adventures! Take a ride on a beautiful, hand-painted steam train across the glorious countryside and ancient woodlands, travelling through the longest tunnel on any 15-inch railway in Britain. There’s also a fantastic miniature ride-on railway for a chance to zoom around the local duck pond, two epic outdoor adventure areas, and an endless array of walking routes to discover.

Hunt for treasure

Hunt for treasure

Ready for a one-of-a-kind adventure? There’s buried treasure hidden around Leeds, and it’s up to you to find it! Easily downloadable in PDF form, the treasure map will be your handy guide on a loop through Leeds, as you’ll explore historic sights and uncover the folklore of Leeds’ legendary golden flute. Discover the hidden secrets of landmarks like Granary Wharf and Town Hall, with clues and directions designed with children in mind to make a great day out for the whole family.

Choose your armour

Choose your armour

Home to the UK’s national collection of arms and armour, the Royal Armouries Museum is home to over 4,500 objects on display. This purpose-built museum teaches visitors how arms and armour have shaped history, art and culture through the ages. The museum is split into 6 galleries; War, Peace, Tournaments, Oriental, Self Defence and Hunting, all guaranteed to get your little one’s imagination running.

Highlights include Henry VIII’s foot combat armour, made for the grand tournament known as the Field of Cloth of Gold in 1520, a full-size all-metal elephant armour and tusk swords from the late 16th century, and the Tula Garniture – an elegantly decorated set of weapons belonging to Empress of Russia Elizabeth Petrovna from 1752. And for those who prefer their sci-fi to their history, there’s also the famous ‘pulse rifle’ from the classic 1986 Aliens film.