The Royal Pump Room Museum
Recalling Harrogate's golden years as one of Britain's foremost
spa resorts, the Royal Pump Room Museum recounts the town's history
and royal connections, and demonstrates some of the more bizarre
spa treatments to which the Victorians submitted themselves.
Visitors can also visit the most sulphurous well in Europe
Harrogate Royal Baths and Turkish Baths
Beautifully restored, the Royal Baths and Turkish baths,
originally opened in 1897 once again offer visitors the chance to
relax and unwind in healing waters and avail themselves of a
sublime range of spa treatments in the exquisitely mosaic-tiled
surroundings of these historic baths.
Bettys Tea Room
Bettys has been a Harrogate institution since its establishment
in 1919, and enjoying the fare - which includes over 300 breads,
cakes and chocolates, as well as 50 different teas and coffees -
and hospitality of this delightful and historic corner tea room is
practically obligatory for anyone visiting the town.
Harrogate is renowned for its floral displays, and within the
seventeen acres of the English Heritage Grade II Listed Valley
Gardens, visitors will not only find a spectacular array of varied
shrub, flower and herbaceous beds but also beautifully-manicured
lawns and many stunning and historic buildings and sculptures
including the Sun pavilion and the Cherub Fountain.