Bolton AbbeyThe interesting ruins of Bolton Abbey are open to the public and situated on the banks of the River Wharfe surrounded by many walking routes.
Bonsor East Mine WorkingsThe visible remains date mostly from the 18th Century although there are also early 17th Century German workings.
Bonsor Dressing FloorsThere are many remains of the old workings and some historic items preserved including old mine carts.
Lyveden New BieldLyveden New Bield is the ruined shell of the Elizabethan house of Thomas Tresham that was never completed after Tresham died in 1605. The building is remarkable due to its design which features a curious cross shaped layout and many carved stone symbols around the walls.
Appletree WorthA relatively modern, stone bridge across Appletree Worth Beck leads to the ruins of Appletree Worth, replacing the stepping stones that were used previously.
Wheelton PlantationA nice woodland area packed with interesting industrial ruins and mining remains to explore.
Hebblethwaite Hall GillHebblethwaite Hall Gill is remarkable for a series of small waterfalls by the ruins of an old mill. Situated at the bottom of a small ravine the ruins are of stone-built buildings with a few sections of wall still upstanding.
Arichonan RuinsIn the 19th century sheep were to become more profitable than the tenants of Arichonan. Landlord Neil Malcolm terminated the leases of the tenants of the Arichonan Township in September 1848, but his tenants refused to leave. They did not want to lose their homes and livelihood and decided to fight.