Greenhead Park is this weekend joining in with an event celebrating the country’s superb architecture and culture.
Two free events are being staged in the park this Saturday and Sunday.
They have been organised as part of national Heritage Open Days.
Every year on four days in September buildings of every age, style and function throw open their doors.
It is a one-in-a-year chance to discover architectural treasures.
Participants enjoy a wide range of tours, events and activities that bring local history and culture to life.
As part of the celebrations, on Saturday the park is holding a heritage walk.
Visitors will get the chance to visit the main features of the recently restored Victorian park and hear about its fascinating history.
The walk, led by local historian David Griffiths, starts at the Trinity Street gates at 11am.
Then on the Sunday there will be a model boating display from 11am until 3pm.
Families will be able to see model boars in action on the paddling pool.
There will also be displays in the Conservatory by the Friends of Greenhead Park and the Huddersfield Society of Model Engineers.