Forbidden Corner, Yorkshire

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Talking statues, shrinking rooms, underground labyrinths, a griffin, a glass pyramid: these are a few of the weird wonders at the Forbidden Corner (Tupgill Park Estate, Middleham, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, DL8 4TJ, U.K.; phone +44 [0] 01969 640638), one of Britain’s oddest attractions. Initially one man’s private pleasure garden, the park was
opened to the public in 1994.

Admission through prebooked tickets only (online or call). £11 (near $16.50) adult, £10 senior, £9 child (4-15), and under four free. Open 12-6 Mon.-Sat., 10-6 Sun., April 1-Oct. 31. Sundays only, November until Christmas.

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Talking statues, shrinking rooms, underground labyrinths, a griffin, a glass pyramid: these are a few of the weird wonders at the Forbidden Corner (Tupgill Park Estate, Middleham, Leyburn, North Yorkshire, DL8 4TJ, U.K.; phone +44 [0] 01969 640638), one of Britain’s oddest attractions. Initially one man’s private pleasure garden, the park was
opened to the public in 1994.

Admission through prebooked tickets only (online or call). £11 (near $16.50) adult, £10 senior, £9 child (4-15), and under four free. Open 12-6 Mon.-Sat., 10-6 Sun., April 1-Oct. 31. Sundays only, November until Christmas.