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Set in the picturesque Shibden valley, a mile from Halifax, Shibden Hall dates back to 1420 and offers visitors a fascinating journey through the lives of the people who lived and worked here. Shibden Hall's architecture is a mix of styles...more
Lister_s Road | Shibden Hall reopens on 2nd March 2019, Halifax HX3 6XG, England
All reviews anne lister boating lake the barn historic house well worth a visit gentleman jack miniature railway duck pond dry stone lovely parkland fascinating history car park volunteer guides beautiful park land train children's play area lots of space
We recently visited Shibden Hall while in Halifax. Really interesting building with lots to see and learn about. We were particularly interested in the changes different families had made to the Hall throughout it's history and how they lived. Only £5 per adult which is...More
Incredible place and full of history! I would say the only down size is that the tour only shows secret parts on certain tours. I have been multiple times and saw certain parts of the hall that I wasn’t shown other times. Otherwise, it’s amazing...More
We had a fabulous time in the Hall, only £5 per adult. Lots of interesting things to see and facts to learn (I now know why we say “good night, sleep tight”!)
Friendly, helpful staff too.
There is also lots and lots to do if...More
Shibden Hall is well worth a visit if you are in the area. It was built in 1420 and you learn about the various families that owned it over the years, including Anne Lister, the diarist. I found it very interesting seeing how they lived...More
What a beautiful house and gardens , really interesting afternoon there is also a big park and swings etc Firth’s children , tea shop and lots f parking . Tee s also a boating lake and a little ride on ran
Lovely old house surrounded by beautiful gardens, very interesting place to visit if your into history.
Anne Lister once owned and lived here too.
Below Shibden Hall, there is Shibden park which is a great park with a lake where swans and ducks reside, a...More
We nt to Shibden Hall with a coach party of mainly elderly people.Unfortunately found it to be very unfriendly for people with mobility issues.Long walk from where we were dropped off to the hall and another long walk down to the café.Also inside the hall...More
This is a wonderful Elizabethan house. Everything is authentic and the house is classed as a museum. The intricate carvings and wood panelings are beautiful. There are easy read information boards in each room telling the history of it. We had a lovely lady join...More
Halifax came up on our travel radar after a an Antiques Roadshow in the Piece Hall whetted our appetite for a visit
Having looked at what else was worth a visit in the area Shibden House came high on the agenda
Tuesday morning visit in...More
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Shibden Park have deals depending if you want to use pitch and putt only or also go on the boats or on the small train (together there is a special package). There website shows some variations but the pitch and putt alone... More
Shibden Park have deals depending if you want to use pitch and putt only or also go on the boats or on the small train (together there is a special package). There website shows some variations but the pitch and putt alone is around £1.50 per person. Sorry for delay in responding but have been away.