Spectacular: Winter Wonderland has become an annual tradition and continues until January 5th 2014, although it is closed on Christmas Day.
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Magical: A local inspects three of the 18 ice sculptures on display in Bradford's City Park. The pieces are the work of children's author and artist Jamie Wardley.
Old-fashioned: The Beamish Open Air Museum in Country Durham has had a festive makeover, complete with vintage lights and traditional Christmas trees.
Edwardian: The Beamish Open Air Museum in County Durham includes trams, buses and shop fronts from 100 years ago, including this tram with original ale adverts.
What'll it be this year? A colourfully-dressed Father Christmas greets Libby Cooper, nine, and her sister Grace, eight, at the Beamish museum's vintage grotto.
Tradition: A woman making a Christmas cake at the Beamish museum. The fruitcake's origins date back centuries to when dried fruit and spices were a delicacy.
Lego: Mike Addis and Catherine Weightman spent 10 weeks making a 10ft gingerbread house out of 125,000 Lego bricks at their home in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.
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