Things to see and do - Halifax
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Halifax Travel guide
Halifax : Michelin's recommendations
Although founded in the Middle Ages, this industrial town set in a great bowl surrounded by hills, is now mostly Victorian in character, its streets lined with dignified buildings in local stone.
Tourist attractions Halifax : Things to see and do
Eastfield Mills GB - Halifax HX3 6AT
Former second hand clothes shop, this Georgian house (1779) hides some fine architecture behind its white façade. There is a Renaissance square with a sloping colonnade, and the galleries that once rang with the sound of merchants today contain speci..
rd. Discovery GB - Halifax HX1 2NE
Eureka is a modern centre for children with multicoloured interactive exhibitions for the under-12s.
17 st. Town Hall GB - Halifax HX1
The Town Hall was built in 1862 by Charles Barry and has a 51m spire, making it one of the finest great 19C buildings in Halifax.
Shibden Mill Fold GB - Halifax HX3 7UL
Master Lane, Pye Nest GB - Halifax HX2 7EW
Prix Prices from : 55 £
5 minutes’ drive from the centre of Halifax, The Tower House Hotel provides modern, stylish rooms with private bathrooms. Guests can enjoy the restaurant and colourful bar. With flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi access, all of the brightly furnished ro..
42-46 Horton Street GB - Halifax HX1 1QE
Prix Prices from : 40 £
Built as a Coach Inn during the early 1800's, this traditional Halifax hotel offers a warm welcome. It enjoys a central location and is opposite Halifax Railway Station and The Eureka Children's Museum. Free parking and a 24-hour reception/bar servic..
Holdsworth Rd GB - HX2 9TG Halifax
Shibden Mill Fold, Shibden GB - HX3 7UL Halifax
A former corn mill set in a tranquil, deep-sided valley, with beamed ceilings, welcoming fires and lots of cosy corners. Menus offer plenty of choice, with pub favourites alongside more ambitious dishes. Well-drilled staff. Comfy, individually furnis..
F Mill, Ground Floor, Dean Clough (Gate 9) GB - HX3 5AX Halifax
Modern tapas restaurant with a buzzy vibe, run by a bright, breezy team. Sit on the spacious terrace, at a wooden table or on white leather stools at the metal-topped bar. The Spanish and Italian small plates are perfect for sharing.
76 Wharf St GB - HX6 2AF Sowerby Bridge
Personally and passionately run restaurant on the high street of a former mill town; look out for the eye-catching illuminated window display. Modern monthly menus have subtle Mediterranean influences and the desserts are a real highlight.